Noted events in her life were:
• Family Connection. 270
There is only oa few families with the name Apodaca living in Albuquerque in 1750 according to the 1750 Spanish Census. A Juana Apodaca who is the right age to be married in 1752 is among the family memebers listed in the household of José Apodaca.
José Apodaca, Spanish, age 26 and his wife Petrona García, Mulatto, age 20 with three children: Andrea, four; Maria Josefa, age two; Juan Antonio, age one month old; sister, Juana Apodaca, age sixteen; Lorensa, Indian, servant, age 25 with son, Juan Francico age two; María Antonia, servant age fourteen.
Other Apodaca Families listed:
Manuel Apodaca, Mulatto, age 30; wife Antonia Arias, Spanish, with two children, José age five and Manuela age three.
Theresa Apodaca, age 30, widow of Francisco Sandobal and their five children as well as Felipe Apodaca, age 17 & single & Rosa Apodaca, age 15 & single, likely the siblings of Theresa Apodaca.
Bisenta (Braula Candelaria), mulatto, age 30 and the widow of Visente Apodaca with six children: Antonio Apodaca, age 16, Jacinta Apodaca, age 14, Tomasa Apodaca, age 12; Simón Apodaca, age 10; Francisca Apodaca, age 6 and one natural daughter: Josefa María Candelaria, age 1 month old.
Spanish & Mexican Colonial Census, pp. 77, 78, 79