Adislaudo Peña married Guadalupe García
Their children (alphabetically by first name):
- Alfonsa Jáquez
- Apolonio García
- "Chatin" (her real name unknown)
- Francisca "Pancha"
- Isidro Peña
- Nicolás García
- Pasqual Peña
The Story by Ayda Peña-Pérez July 17, 2010 :
- My grandmother Lupe was Indian. She may have been born in Mexico but I don't have info on her. She died at the age of 92 and requested that she be buried in her Virgin de Guadalupe dress.
- My grandfather Adislaudo Peña's background is unknown except that my father told me he had been kidnapped by the Commanche Indians as a young lad and used to wear an earring in his earlobe. I find this interesting because I usually think of only gypsies or pirates wearing earrings.
- Family lore says that the older sons, Apolonio and Nicolás went to Mexico to avoid the WWI draft.
- Nicolás García and Apolonio married two Piña sisters. Sotero Piña was their brother and has a long history in Fort Stockton. If you read the book on the St. Joseph Catholic Church written by Father Wilde, you will find their family history there.
Ojinaga, Chihuahua Mexico was a border crossing for many of these families who travelled back and forth. Joe Primera researched and wrote family history and he is related to me on the Cano-Lugo side.
The information on this page was provided by Ayda Peña-Pérez