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​Come and join us for FREE and listen to professor Gonzalez talks about his pioneering ancestors who founded Revilla nowadays Guerrero, Tamaulipas, and others that arrived there a few decades later. Regardless they settled in San Ignacio Ranch starting in the 1830s

This presentation is great for anyone with roots in this part of Northeastern Mexico and South Texas.

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Presentation “Tracing My Mothers Ancestor’s From Revilla to San Ygnacio, Texas”

Tracing my Mother's Ancestors, From Revilla to San Ygnacio, Texas

​Come and join us for FREE and listen to professor Gonzalez talks about his pioneering ancestors who founded Revilla nowadays Guerrero, Tamaulipas, and others that arrived there a few decades later. Regardless they settled in San Ignacio Ranch starting in the 1830s

This presentation is great for anyone with roots in this part of Northeastern Mexico and South Texas.

The

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Presentation “A Look at Mexican Catholic Church Records”

A Look at Mexican Catholic Church Records

Prior to 1860 the only institution that would record births, deaths, and marriages was the Catholic church. In this presentation "A Look at Mexican Catholic Church Records" you will learn what genealogical information church records contain and where to find them online and offline.

The presentation will be Decemebr 8, 2019  at 2:00 PM at the Speer Memorial Library located

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Early Settlers of Reynosa: Antonio Alexandro Fernandez and Maria de Jesus Barbosa

Antonio Alexandro Fernandez and Maria de Jesus Barbosa

One of the early settling families of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Antonio Alexandro Fernandez and Maria de Jesus Barbosa. They were from Monterrey and are listed in the 1750 census of Reynosa.

Antonio Alexandro Fernandez is the son of Lazaro Fernandez and Micaela de la Garza.

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Recap of Presentation “Guanches, The Mysterious Natives of the Canary Islands”

Guanches, The Mysterious Natives of the Canary Islands

This post contains a recap of the presentation  "Guanches, The Mysterious Natives of the Canary Islands". 

 

How is it that the DNA of the ancient indigenous Guanches of the Canary Islands is present in many Hispanics of northern Mexico and the Southwestern United States?

In this presentation Dr. Beatrice de Leon Edwards explains the connection that many of us

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Presentation “Guanches, The Mysterious Natives of the Canary Islands”

Guanches, The Mysterious Natives of the Canary Islands

Come and listen to Beatrice de Leon Edwards present "Guanches, The Mysterious Natives of the Canary Islands".

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How is it that the DNA of the ancient indigenous Guanches of the Canary Islands is present in many Hispanics of northern Mexico and the Southwestern United States?

In this presentation Dr. Beatrice de Leon Edwards explains the connection that

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Recap of Presentation “A Look at Mexican Civil Registration Records”

A Look at Mexican Civil Registration Records

In this presentation, we take a look at the Mexican Civil Registration records and what genealogical information each of these records contains. You will also learn where to find them online and offline.

 

Now let's talk about this presentation. Since 1860 Mexican Law has required that every birth, death, and marriage event be recorded by Mexico's Civil Registration Office.

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