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Francisco Xavier Sepúlveda (1742–1788) was a Mexican colonial soldier and patriarch of the prominent Spanish Mexican Sepúlveda family in the early days of Las Californias and Alta California in present-day Southern California, United States. Sepúlveda's eldest son, Juan José Sepúlveda (1764–1808), and his fifth son, Francisco Sepúlveda (1775–1853), became progenitors of two distinguished branches of the family.Francisco Xavier Sepúlveda y García was born in Villa de Sinaloa, Mexico.

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  • Francisco Xavier Sepúlveda (1742–1788) was a Mexican colonial soldier and patriarch of the prominent Spanish Mexican Sepúlveda family in the early days of Las Californias and Alta California in present-day Southern California, United States. Sepúlveda's eldest son, Juan José Sepúlveda (1764–1808), and his fifth son, Francisco Sepúlveda (1775–1853), became progenitors of two distinguished branches of the family.Francisco Xavier Sepúlveda y García was born in Villa de Sinaloa, Mexico.
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  • Francisco Xavier Sepúlveda (1742–1788) was a Mexican colonial soldier and patriarch of the prominent Spanish Mexican Sepúlveda family in the early days of Las Californias and Alta California in present-day Southern California, United States. Sepúlveda's eldest son, Juan José Sepúlveda (1764–1808), and his fifth son, Francisco Sepúlveda (1775–1853), became progenitors of two distinguished branches of the family.Francisco Xavier Sepúlveda y García was born in Villa de Sinaloa, Mexico. His parents were Juan José Sepúlveda (1720 - ) and Ana María Josefa García (1720 - ). In 1762, Francisco Xavier married María Candelaria de Redondo. In 1781, Francisco and with wife María Candelaria de Redondo and 6 children, accompanied the José de Zúñiga Expedition into upper Las Californias. Francisco Xavier Sepúlveda died in the Pueblo de Los Ángeles and was buried at the Mission San Gabriel Arcángel cemetery on 26 January 1788.Sepulveda Boulevard, the longest street in the City and County of Los Angeles, is named for the Sepúlveda family.
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