An early family of the Villa of Camargo is that of Juan Bautista Garcia and Maria Rodriguez. In the 1757 census of Camargo they are listed as follows: "Juan Bautista Garcia, casado con Maria Rodriguez, tiene seis hijos, todas armas, quince caballos, dos burros y cinco sirvientes".
Here is the English translation: Juan Bautista Garcia, married to Maria Rodriguez, has … Read the rest
One of the early settling families of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Jose Joaquin Bazan and Maria Manuela Gonzalez. In the 1757 census of Mier they are listed as follows; "Joaquin Bazan, casado con Manuela Gonzalez, tres hijos, armas, cuatro caballos y un burro".
The parents of Jose Joaquin Bazan are Jose Bazan and Ana Maria Salinas. I have … Read the rest
One of the early settling families of Guerrero (Revilla), Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Jose Felix Herrera and Angela Josefa Gutierrez de Lara. In the 1757 census of Mier they are listed as follows; "Don Jose de Herrera, ausente, casado con Doña Isabel Benavidez, cuatro sirvientes, todas armas y cuatro caballos".
The parents of Jose Felix de Herrera are Joseph … Read the rest
Come and listen to Beatrice de Leon Edwards present "The Militarization of the Texas - Mexican Border 1910 - 1920". Learn of the events that lead to this militarization and get an idea of how your ancestors might have had been impacted by it. This presentation will be excellent for any family historian, genealogist, or History buff.
The presentation will
Esther Camacho made a very good presentation titled "Hidden History Hidalgo Cemetery 1884" for Las Villas del Norte this past Monday. If you missed it make sure to become a member of Las Villas del Norte to watch the video.
This presentation will be of interest to family historians and genealogists alike. Also to anyone interested in the history
One of the early settling families of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Juan Guzman and Maria Flores. In the 1757 census of Mier they are listed as follows; "Juan Guzman, casado con Maria Flores, tiene cinco hijos, todas armas y seis caballos".
Here is the English translation "Juan Guzman, married to Maria Flores, has five children, all weapons, and … Read the rest
An early settling family of Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico is that of Baltazar de Sosa and Maria Ines Rodriguez. This couple lived from the early 1500's to the late 1500's.
I have yet to discover whom the parents of Baltazar de Sosa were but those of his wife, Maria Ines Rodriguez, are Diego de Montemayor and Ines Rodriguez. Here I have … Read the rest
Come and listen to Esther Camacho present "Hidden History: Hidalgo Cemetery 1884". This presentation will be of interest to family historians and genealogists alike. Also to anyone interested in the history of Hidalgo County. It will be also a great opportunity to meet others with similar interests as you.
The presentation will be October 15, 2018 at 10:00 AM at
One of the early settling families of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico is that of Diego Rodriguez and Sebastiana de Trevino Quintanilla.
The parents of Diego Rodriguez are Baltazar de Sosa and Maria Ines Rodriguez.
The parents of Sebastiana de Trevino Quintanilla are Juan de Farias and Maria de Trevino.
Diego was married an additional two times. His second wife was … Read the rest
This is the official Las Villas del Norte 2019 Journal Call For Articles. Las Villas del Norte will be publishing its fourth journal in January 2019 and we need your help to make it a success.
Submitting an article is an excellent opportunity to get published, preserve your family's history, and or share your knowledge with others. All types of … Read the rest