Unknown López de García
Diego González de Apodaca
(-Bef 1680)
Sebastiana López de García
José González de Apodaca
(Abt 1655-After 1734)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Antonia Martín Herrera

2. Isabel Gutiérrez
3. Francisca Durán
4. Josefa Martín Serrano

José González de Apodaca

  • Born: Abt 1655, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252
  • Marriage (1): Antonia Martín Herrera 248,252
  • Marriage (2): Isabel Gutiérrez on 12 Aug 1686 in El Paso del Norte, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248,252,287
  • Marriage (3): Francisca Durán on 30 Jun 1693 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252,287
  • Marriage (4): Josefa Martín Serrano on 6 Feb 1713 in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 1480
  • Died: After 1734, Villa de Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 40

bullet   Another name for José was José González de Apodaca.

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 252
José González de Apodaca, legitimate son of the Diego Gonzáles de Apodaca and Sebastiana López García, and widower of Antonia Martín (who died in 1683) married Isabel Gutiérrez on August 12, 1686. He was thirty at the time. In 1681 he signed the muster-roll at Guadalupe del Paso, stating that he was twenty-eight years old and married. He was described as a native of New Mexico, of medium build, with a pock-marked, aquiline face, and straight hair. Like other people of the Salinas country, he was proficient in the Indian tongues, and so rendered valuable service as an interpreter during the Otermín Campaign of 1681. He and his family returned to New Mexico with the Reconquest.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, p. 5 (Kindle Locations 484-492)

José González de Apodaca returned to New Mexico in 1693 with his wife, Isabel Gutiérrez, and their known children, Juan Esteban and Juan Antonio. His daughter María, by his first wife, was married to Carlos López. Old José was still living in Chama in 1729, when he gave his age as seventy-four.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, p. 126 (Kindle Locations 5439-5443)

José González de Apodaca, 36, son of Diego de Apodaca and Sebastiana de Gracia, did not bring his wife Isabel Gutiérrez back to New Mexico in 1693 as stated in ONMF, 126] because she had died at El Paso in May of that year.

On June 3, he married Francisca Durán, widow of Antonio Gómez [DM, 1693, no. 21]. This was his third wife. Besides Juan Esteban and Juan Antonio, by Isabel Gutiérrez, there was an elder son, Francisco, by his first wife, Antonia Martín. This Francisco was twenty and living at Santa Cruz in 1692 when he married María López de Luna of Rio Abajo, October 5 [DM, 1692]. Juan Antonio de Apodaca [ONMF, 126], son of José de Apodaca and Isabel Gutiérrez, was 28 in 1710 when he married María Durán, 30, on January 2 [DM, 1709]. At Santa Cruz they had a daughter, María, May 12, 1711, and a son, Marcos, May 6, 1713. This Marcos and his wife Monica Valverde appear in ONMF on page 127.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 15218-15230

• Background Information. 248
María González Apodaca (22), española, north of New Mexico living in Ysleta del Paso, was the daughter of Jose Gonzales de Apodaca and Antonia Martín Herrera, deceased.

~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales p. 918

• Background Information. 287
A José de Apadaca gave his age as 48 when he enlisted as a settler in El Paso on 22 Sep 1681. Apodaca participated in the failed reconquest lead by Otermíne in 1682. In January 1682, he was appointed interpreter of the Tiwa language.

José's first wife was Antonia Martín Herrera, who died before 1683. They had a daughter, María Gonzáles de Apodaca married Carlos López in 1698.

José married a second time to Isabel Gutiérrez, the daughter of Roque Gutiérrez and María de Tapia. José and Isabel had at least three children. Two sons married in 1709. Juan Esteban wed María Francisca Moya, a native of the Presidio del Gallo and daughter of Antonio Moya and Francisca Antonia de Guijosa. Juan Antonio married a second time to María Durán, daughter of Salvador Durán and Ana Márquez. Juan Antonio married a third time to Francisca Lucero de Godoy, daughter of Nicolás Lucero de Godoy and María Montoya, in 1716.

Isabel Guitérrez died in 1693, and José de Apodaca married a third time to Francisca Durán, widow of Antonio Gómez. José was still serving the presidial troops of El Paso in 1702. Francisca died before 1712 and José settled in Santa Cruz. He was living in Chama in 1729.

~ To The Royal Crown Restored, p. 169


José married Antonia Martín Herrera 248.,252 (Antonia Martín Herrera died before Nov 1698 in Nueva España 248.)


José next married Isabel Gutiérrez, daughter of Roque Gutiérrez and María de Tapia, on 12 Aug 1686 in El Paso del Norte, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248,252.,287 (Isabel Gutiérrez was born in 1668 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248 and died before 1693 in El Paso del Norte, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial. 248
5 Aug 1686, El Paso del Norte. José González de Apodaca (30), widower, soldier of Presidio de San José, living in El Paso, son of Diego Gonzales de Apodaca and Sebastiana López de García, and Isabel Gutiérrez (18), daughter of Roque Gutiérrez, dedeased, an María de Tapia, all of New Mexico. Groom's first wife, died in El Paso three years ago. ~ Witnesses: Juan de Perea (24), Presidio soldier living in El Paso who knew groom for six years; Juan Ruíz Caceres (27), the same; Cristóbal Olguín (20), native of New Mexico, the same, also saying that the grrom was at Salinas on way back from Casas Brandes when his first wife died; Manuel Baca (30) resident of San Lorenzo; Diego Montoya (25), Presidio soldier living in El Paso. Pair married on 12 Aug 1686, with winesses José Madrid and María Trujillo.

~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales, p. 41


José next married Francisca Durán, daughter of Salvador Durán and Ana María Márquez, on 30 Jun 1693 in El Paso del Norte, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252.,287 (Francisca Durán was born in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial. 248
13 Jun 1693, El Paso del Norte. Jose de Apodaca (36), soldier of Presidio, widowed of Isabel Gutierrez, dead one month in El Paso, son of Diego de Apodaca and Sebastiana de Garcia, and Francisca Durán, native of New Mexico, widow of Antonio Gomez, who died in Zia battle five years ago and was buried in house of Juan Dominguez. -Witnesses: Nicolas García (32) español, soldier, native of New Mexico; Juan Luis (80), español, native of New Mexico living in El Paso; Antonio Jorge (42), español, native of New Mexico, who saw Antonio Gomez die in Zia battle five years ago, saying that groom is related to bride in the 2nd degree affinity by copul ilicita with her cousin; Tómas Olguin (25), native of New Mexico and soldier at Presidio, who saw bones of Gomez brought from Dominguez house to El Paso church 8 months ago. Pair married on 30 Jun 1693, with witnesses Don Fernando de Chaves and Antonio Jorge.

~Diligencias Matrimoniales Vol 1, p. 42


José next married Josefa Martín Serrano, daughter of Diego Martín Serrano and Pascula de Soto, on 6 Feb 1713 in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.1480 (Josefa Martín Serrano was born in 1699 in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial, 18 Jan 1713, Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. 1480
Joseph de Apodaca, 56 more or less, native of this realm and resident of this Villa of Santa Cruz, son of Diego Gonzales de Apodaca and Sebastiana López García, both deceased, natives of this realm; widowed in his first nuptials of Antonia Martín, in second nuptials Ysabel Gutierres and in the third nuptials Francisca Durán, with Josefa Martín, 14 more or less, daughter of Diego Martín and Pascuala de Soto, deceased, natives of this realm. Joseph de Apodaca is seeking to obtain a dispensation for an inpediment in the 3rd degree of affinity. Witnesses: José de Atienza (28) married, native of Mexico City, residentof the villa de Santa Cruz; Martín de Valenzuela, 38, native of the city of Zacatecas, resident of the Villa de Santa Cruz and resident of this realm; Blas Lovat, 29, native of Sombrerete and resident of this villa of Santa Cruz, married in this realm. Dispensed of impediment, married & veiled on 6 Feb 1713, by Fry Juan Minguez. Padrinos: Sebastín Martín and María de Sosa, his wife.

"Diligencias Matrimoniales," New Mexico Genealogist, Vol. 49:1, p. 5


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