One of the early settling families of Camargo, Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Francisco Ignacio Farias and Juana Maria Barrera. They are listed in the 1750 census of Camargo.
I have yet to find out who were the parents of Francisco Ignacio Farias and Juana Maria Barrera.
Below is a copy of the 1750 census entry and a transcription of … Read the rest
Come and listen to Beatrice de Leon Edwards present "Guanches, The Mysterious Natives of the Canary Islands".
Description fo Presenattion:
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
An early settling family of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Jose Francisco Ignacio Gutierrez and Maria Matiana de Hinojosa. In the 1757 census of Mier, they are listed as follows "Don Ignacio Gutierrez, casado con Doña Maria Hinojosa, dos hijos, armas, diez caballos, un burro y dos sirvientes, el uno casado, tres hijos.
I have yet to discover the … Read the rest
Come and listen on how since 1859 Mexican Law has required that every birth, death, and marriage event be recorded by Mexico's Civil Registration Office. In this presentation you will learn More about the Civil Registration and what genealogical information each of these records contain along as where to find these records online and offline.
The presentation will be October
One of the early settling families of Revilla (Guerrero), Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Pedro Alcantara Baez Benavides and Maria Josefa Ochoa. In the 1757 census of Revilla they are listed as follows "Don Pedro de Alcantara Benavidez, casado con Doña Maira de Ochoa, dos Hijos, armas, seis vaballos y dos burros".
Pedro Alcantara Baez Benavides is the son of … Read the rest
This is the official Las Villas del Norte 2020 Journal Call For Articles. Las Villas del Norte will be publishing its fifth journal in January 2020 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. This year's main … Read the rest
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