One of the early settling families of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Jose Pedro Regalado de Hinojosa and Maria Catarina de la Pena. In the 1757 census of Mier they are listed as follows; "Don Pedro Regalado de Hinojosa, casado con Doña Maria de Peña, tiene tres hijos, todas armas y seis caballos".
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An early settling family of Revilla (Ciudad Guerrero) is that of Cristobal Gutierrez de Lara and of Isabel de Benavides. They are listed in the 1757 census of Revilla as follows, "Don Cristobal Gutierrez casado con Doña Isabel Benavides, cuatro sirvientes, todas armas y cuatro caballos".
The parents of Cristobal were Nicolas Gutierres de Lara and Clara de Trevino Renteria, … Read the rest
Author Roberto Herrera Ritte will present his historical and biographical novel on one of his own ancestors "El Diezmero de Reynosa Don Vicente Lopez de Herrera. He will talk about how the novel is the result of his many genealogical investigations and briefly brush up on the repositories that he found his ancestor in.
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Are you struggling to organize your genealogical information? If you are, make sure to join Las Villas del Norte in order to listen to my presentation on how you can organize your genealogy information and stay on top of your game.
In this presentation I provide examples of popular methods of organizing genealogy information and then he will present
An early settling family of Laredo is that of Agustin Sanchez and Francisca Javiera Rodriguez. They lived during the early 1700's and late 1700's.
The parents of Agustin Sanchez are Tomas Sanchez and Josepha de la Garza.
The parents of Francisca Javiera Rodriguez are Joseph Rodriguez de Montemayor and Maria Zaragoza Ruiz de Ocon.
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Are you struggling to organize your genealogical information? If you are, make sure to come and listen to Moises Garza present on how you can organize your genealogy information and stay on top of your game. He will provide examples of popular methods of organizing genealogy information and then he will present on how he organizes his own genealogical information.
An early family of Monterrey, in fact, one of the founding families of Monterrey is that of Juan Perez de los Rios and Agustina de Charles. They are one of the families that accompanied Diego de Monterrey from Saltillo to permanently settle in what was going to become Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. This couple lived in the late 1500's and … Read the rest
This is the first newsletter for the year 2018 and if you are a member of Las Villas del Norte you can get it here for free.
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Come and listen to Las Villas del Norte member Susana Guerra Privett present "Census Data: A Genealogist Valued Resource". Susana will talk about the Census Burea, data collection, surveys and census, frequently asked questions, availability of data and common terms used.
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An early family of the Villa of Camargo is that of Jose Diego Garcia Maria Jacoba Vela.
In the 1757 census of Camargo they are listed as follows: "Diego Garcia, casado con Doña Maria Vela, tiene cinco hijos, todas armas y dos caballos". Heres is the English translation: Diego Garcia, married to Doña Maria Vela, has five children, all weapons … Read the rest