One of the early settling families of Camargo, Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Pedro Cantu and Juana Gonzalez. Int eh 1757 census of Camargo they are listed as follows "Pedro Cantu, casado con Juana Gonzalez, tiene diez hijos, todas armas, sesenta caballos, siete burros, seis burras y tres sirvientes, casados con doce personas".
I have yet to find out who … Read the rest
Join us this Sunday, July 14th for Susana Privett's presentation "Deciphering Historical Past Censuses". Susana will take a closer look at the past historical records of our nation's censuses. The presentation will be July 14 at 2:00 PM at the Speer Memorial Library located at 801 E. 12th St. in Mission Texas. There is no cost to attend and it
An early settling family of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Jose Manuel Hinojosa and Maria Juana Sanchez. In the 1757 census of Mier they are listed as follows: "Don Jose Manuel de Hinojosa el mozo, casado con doña Juana Sanchez, tiene dos hijos, armas y quince caballos".
Jose Manuel Angel Hinojosa is the son of Jose Manuel Hinojosa and … Read the rest
One of the early settling families of Revilla (Guerrero, Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Jose Bernabe Gutierrez and Maria Antonia de la Garza. In the 1757 census of Revilla they are listed as follows: "Don Bernabe de Lara, casado con Doña Maria de la Garza, diez hijos, dos sirvinetes, armas, cincuenta caballos y cuatro burros".
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In this post you will find the recap of the presentation "Last Names of Nuevo Leon". This book is for anyone with deep roots in Nuevo Leon. With it you will learn about the progenitors of the surnames: Benavides, Chapa, De Leon, Garza, Hinojosa, Montemayor, Sepulveda, Treviño, and Villarreal.
I also explain how you can use these books to
Las Villas del Norte Newsletter Volume 5 Issue 2 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 second newsletter for the year 2019, make sure to get your own copy by downloading it to your digital archives.
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Come and listen to Moises Garza present his book series "Last Names of Nuevo Leon". In it he will talk about the progenitors of the surnames: Benavides, Chapa, De Leon, Garza, Hinojosa, Montemayor, Sepulveda, Treviño, and Villarreal. He will also explain how you can use these books to help you in your genealogy research.
The presentation will be June 9
Watch this presentation to learn about the resources and tools that Las Villas del Norte website has to offer to it's members. Learn how you can use them in your own genealogical research to find your ancestors and or learn more about Genealogy and DNA research.
This video is a great introductory video for our new members. Our existing
One of the early settling families of Laredo, Texas is that of Joseph Cayetano Salinas and Isabel Maria de Trevino. They are listed in the 1757 census of Laredo as follows "Don Jose Salinas, casado con Isabel Treviño, un hijo, todas armas y dos caballos".
I have yet to find out who the parents of Joseph Cayetano Salinas and Isabel … Read the rest
An early settling family of Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico is that of Juan Martinez Guajardo and Isabel Flores de Valdez.
Juan Martinez Guajardo is the son of Francisco Martinez Guajardo and Ines Rodriguez Navarro.
The parents of Isabel Flores de Valdez are Rodrigo Flores de Valdez and Maria Isabel Salazar Trevino,
Here are the names of their children and whom they … Read the rest