Person:Maria Padilla (10)

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Maria Lucia Padilla
m. 16 Oct 1843
  1. Jose Santiago PADILLA1844 -
  2. Jose Ramón PADILLA1846 - Bef 1900
  3. Guadalupe PADILLA1848 -
  4. Maria Trinidad PADILLAAbt 1849 -
  5. Maria Lucia Padilla1854 - 1920
  6. Plácido PADILLAAbt 1856 -
  7. Ruperto PADILLAAbt 1859 -
  8. Felipe Padilla1860 - 1934
  9. Camilo Padilla1865 - 1933
  10. Sixta PADILLAAbt 1866 -
  11. Francisco PADILLAAbt 1867 -
m. 28 Sep 1868
  1. Elisa Gonzales1871 -
  2. Josefina Aurelia Padilla GONZALES1874 - 1946
  3. Nicolas GONZALES1876 -
  4. Eustacia GONZALES1877 -
  5. Alcario GONZALES1880 -
  6. Florencio Gonzales1888 - 1935
  7. Alfredo Gonzales1891 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Maria Lucia Padilla
Alt Name Marcelina _____
Gender Female
Birth[3][5] Jun 1854 Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM
Marriage 28 Sep 1868 Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexicoto Ynocencio GONZALES
Census? 1860, 1880, 1900, 1910 Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Occupation? Housewife
Death[4] 15 Jan 1920 Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Burial[6] 17 Jan 1920 Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico

1. Death Cert gives: Lucia Padilla y Gonzales. Informant: Anita Gonzales, Santa Fe, (daughter-in-law). Cause of death: stomach cancer. She was seen by Dr. E.W. Fiske on 26 December 1919. 2. May have been part Cherokee. Possibly albino; "She had to be led in the sun." (Helen Vanegas, granddaughter, 6/19/99)

3. José Sena in a letter to Josefa dated 14 Feb 1920 consoles her for the deaths of her parents so close together. Ynocencio's will, dated 24 January 1920, refers to his "defunct" wife.

4. According to the 1900 Census, she had 11 children; 5 were still living. (Marcelina, Josefa, Florencio, Alfredo, ? ). In the 1910 Census she states she had 8 children, 3 still living. On that Census, Florencio, Alfredo, and Antonio are living at home, and Josefa is married, living nearby, for a total of at least 4 still living.

5.The family remembers a daughter, Anita. Inocencio's will (1920) does not mention Anita, nor does any census list her.

6. The 1860 Census gives her age as 10, for a birth date about 1850. 7. She resided at 418 College (now, Old Santa Fe Trail), First Ward; she lived in Santa Fe all her life.

8. Witnesses to marriage: Jose Miguel Aracheveque, Jose de La Cruz Ribera. 9. Padrinos: Ignacio Padilla y Paula. 10. Minnie recalls an uncle, Pedro Gonzales, who lived in Nebraska. Might this be a previously unidentified brother of Josefa, or some other relative who happened to be called "Uncle"? She recalls that he was killed in World War II. 11. Petrocina Martinez in Santa Fe sends several letters to Josefa, addressing her as, " my dear sister". Is Petrocina an additional child of Ynocencio and Marcelina? Perhaps she is a daughter-in-law,

References
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  5. Sheet 11, Line 92+
  6. Undertaker: J.H. Watt & Co.