An early settling family of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Maria Rita Lopez de Jaen and Jose Juan Bautista Chapa. In the 1757 census of Mier Maria Rita is listed as follows: "Doña Maria Rita Lopez, viuda, tiene seis hijos y diez caballos".
Both Maria Rita Lopez de Jaen and Jose Juan Bautista Chapa are also listed on the … Read the rest
Manuel Hinojosa's presentation 'Nuevo Santander Roots" was eye opening. He depicted important seventeenth and eighteen century leaders and their families. He also shared his travels on the same caminos taken by these early pioneers to New Spain and the early settlements in Nuevo Leon and ending on Las Villas del Norte.
An excellent presentation for any genealogist, and family
One of the early settling families of Revilla (Ciudad Guerrero), Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Cristobal Baez de Benavides and Maria Rita Cuellar. They are listed on the 1757 census of Revilla as follows: "Don Cristobal Benavidez, casado con Doña Maria Cuellar, siete hijos, armas, cuarenta caballos y dos burros".
Cristobal Baez de Benavides is the son of Juan Baez … Read the rest
Las Villas del Norte Newsletter Volume 5 Issue 1 is out and ready to read. If you re a member of Las Villas del Norte you can get your free copy here.
It is the first and newsletter for the year 2019, make sure to get your own copy by downloading it to your digital archives.
Also, make sure to … Read the rest
Join us for a presentation by Manuel Hinojosa on Nuevo Santander Roots. This presentation depicts important seventeenth and eighteen century leaders and their families. Mr. Hinojosa will share his travels on the same caminos taken by these early pioneers to New Spain and the early settlements in Nuevo Leon. The time line of two hundred years ends with the establishment
If you are not happy with your tree then it may be time to reboot it, listen to Moises talk about how to reboot and or start your genealogy and family tree the right way, about software to help you manage it, and also of websites, you should be using to find your ancestors.
This presentation is perfect for
One of the early settling families of Laredo, Texas is that of Juan Garcia Saldivar and Catharina de las Casas Martinez. They are listed on the 1757 census of Laredo as follows: " Don Juan Garcia Zaldivar, casado con Doña Catarina de las Casas, todas armas, cinco caballos y dos sirvientes".
I have yet to discover who the parents of … Read the rest
If you live in the Rio Grande Valley area make sure to attend my presentation "Rebooting Your Genealogy". In it, I will talk about restarting your research the right way, about software to help you manage it, and also of websites, you should be using to find your ancestors.
This presentation is hosted by Las Villas del Norte Genealogy Group.
One of the early settling families of Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico is that of Ambrosio de Cepeda and Juana de la Fuente they lived from the early to middle of the 1600's.
Ambrosio de Cepeda is the son of Miguel Caballero and Isabel Bautista Cepeda. As you can see he adopted the last name of his mother instead of that of … Read the rest
Watch Eligio Peña's presentation "Visiting a Cemetery and Uploading Photos to Find a Grave". Learn the basics of things you need to know before visiting a cemetery for research or to photograph its tombstones.
Also, learn about Find a Grave and how to upload images to it to help make them available to everyone.
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