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José Marcos Baca Captain
María Magdalena Jaramillo de La O
Ygnacio Antonio Durán y Chávez
(1724-)
Ana Gregoria Maése
(1733-)
José Antonio Baca
(-After 1801)
Juana María de la Concepción Chávez
(1752-)
Apolonia Baca
(1777-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
José Tómas Francisco Sánchez

Apolonia Baca

  • Born: 1777, Belén, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva Espańa 34
  • Baptized: 2 Apr 1777, San Augustín de la Isleta, Isleta, Nueva Méjico, Nueva Espańa 34
  • Marriage: José Tómas Francisco Sánchez on 11 Mar 1798 in Tomé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva Espańa 46

Apolonia married José Tómas Francisco Sánchez, son of Julian Sánchez and María Antonia Chávez, on 11 Mar 1798 in Tomé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva Espańa.46 (José Tómas Francisco Sánchez was born in 1775 in Sausal, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva Espána.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Record. 46
DMs 23 Feb 1798/married 11 Mar 1798, José Tomás Sánchez (23), son of Julián Sánchez, deceased, and María Antonia Chávez, married Apolonia Baca (19), daughter of José Baca, deceased, and Juanica Chávez, all of Sausal. Padrinos: Juachín Padilla and his wife Teodora Silva. Tests: Torivio Garcia (65), José García (62), Pedro Padilla (63).

~Tomé Marriages, p. 18

• Diligencia Matrimonial, 23 Nov 1797-8 Jan 1798, Durango, Nueva Espańa. 438
Tomás Francisco Sánchez, 24, espańol, the legitimate son of Julían Sánchez and María Antonia Chávez, citizens of the fourth plaza of Nuestra Seńora Guadalupe de los Chávez. Apolonia de Jesús Baca, 20, espańola, the legitimate daughter of José Baca and Juana Chávez, both deceased and original citizens of Sausal, all in the Belén jurisdiction. The couple was related in the fouth degree of consanguinity.

Witness: Toribio García Jurado, 65, explained the relationship as follows:

Francisco Chávez1st degree, BrothersAntonio Chávez
(father of)   (father of)
Ignacio Chávez2nd degree, 1st cousins Tomás Chávez
(father of)   (father of)
Juanica Chávez3rd degree, 2nd cousinsMaría Antonia Chávez
(mother of)  (mother of)
Apolonia Baca4th degree, 3rd cousinsTomás Francisco Sánchez



Another relationship affected the couple:
Juana Baca 1st degree, sisters Antonia Baca
Ignacio Chávez2nd degree, 1st cousinsTomás Chávez
Junica Chávez3rd degree, 2nd cousins María Antonia Chávez
Apolonia Baca4th degree, 3rd cousinsTomás Francisco Chávez

Torbio García Jurado added that Tomás was related to everyon in the area who was his equal.
José García Jurado, 63
Pedro Padilla, 62

Father Bernal, minister at the mission of Nuestra Seńora de Belén, included baptismal information showing that at San Agustín de Isleta on 11 Mar 1773, Father Junco y Junquera baptized Tomás Francisco, the legitimate son of Julián Sánchez and María Antonia Chávez, espańoles, citizens of this jurisdiction. His godparents were Manuel Gallego and Gertrudis Tenorio.

On 12 Apr 1777 at San Agustín de la Isleta, fray Joaquín de Jesús Ruiz baptized a ten day-old child named Apolonia de Jesús, the legitimate daughter of José Baca and Juana Chávez. Her godparents were Ursula Sánchez, citizens of the puesto de Atrisco.

The information was forwarded to Durango. Bishop Olivares y Benito granted a dispensation of 8 Jan 1798.

~Durango Prenuptial Investigations, pp. 132-133


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