One of the early settling families of Laredo, Texas is that of Joseph Miguel Diaz and Maria Rita de Villarreal. Joseph Miguel Diaz received porcion 35 on the North side of the Rio Grande River.
Joseph Miguel Diaz is the son of Miguel Diaz and Maria Gertrudis Treviño.
The parents of Maria Rita de Villarreal are Marcos de Villarreal and … Read the rest
Las Villas del Norte Community Tree, with over 139,000 names, is a great resource for anyone with roots in South Texas and the Northeastern Mexican States of Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas, and Coahuila. Watch this presentation to get an inside look on its features, search capabilities and on what information you can expect to find. Best of all, learn of how
Las Villas del Norte Newsletter Volume 5 Issue 3 is out and ready for you to enjoy. If you are a member of Las Villas del Norte you can get your free copy here.
It is the third newsletter for the year 2019, make sure to get your own copy by downloading it to your digital archives.
Also, make sure … Read the rest
Las Villas del Norte Community Tree, with over 139,000 names, is a great resource for anyone with roots in South Texas and the Northeastern Mexican States of Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas, and Coahuila. Come and get an inside look on its features, search capabilities and on what information you can expect to find. Best of all, learn of how you can
One of the early settling families of Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico is that of Lorenzo Martinez Guajardo and Aldonsa Flores de Valdez. They lived from the late 1500s to the middle 1600s.
Lorenzo Martinez Guajardo is the son of Francisco Martinez Guajardo and Ines Rodriguez Navarro.
The parents of Aldonsa Flores de Valdez are Rodrigo Flores de Valdez and Maria Isabel … Read the rest
Watch Beatrice de Leon Edwards presentation" Tlaxcalan Colonizers of Northern New Spain" to learn about the possibility of having Tlaxcalan ancestry in our DNA, and why there is a high probability that some of our Native American DNA comes all the way from Tlaxcala, a state in central Mexico.
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One of the early settling families of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico is that of Alonso de Leon and Juana Josefa Gonzalez. Even though it is known that he raised his family in the area surrounding Cadereyta, Nuevo Leon, I still consider him an early settler of Monterrey since Cadereyta used to be under the jurisdiction of Monterrey.
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Come and listen to Beatrice de Leon Edwards present "Tlaxcalan Colonizers of New Spain". She will talk about how most of the Hispanics who live in the Southwestern United States show a varied amount of Native American in our DNA results.
In this presentation she we look at the possibility of having Tlaxcalan ancestry in our DNA, and why there
One of the early settling families of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Joseph Barrera and Maria Magdalena de Tijerina. They were originally from Monterrey and are listed in the 1750 census of Reynosa.
Joseph's full name as it appears in his 1744 marriage is, Joseph Phelis Barrera and his parents are Miguel Barrera and Francisca Ruiz.
The parents of … Read the rest
Listen to Susana Privett's presentation "Deciphering Historical Past Censuses". Susana will take a closer look at the past historical records of our nation's censuses. Learn about the questions that each census asked, thus providing an insight into our ancestors lives and clues to finding more about them.
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