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".
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An early settling family of Camargo, Tamaulipas, Mexico is that of Diego Vela and Maria de las Casas. In the 17 57 census of Camargo they are listed as follows: "Domingo Vela, casado con Maira de las Casas, tiene cinco hijos, todas armas y tres caballos".
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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".
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An early family of the Villa of Camargo is that of Antonio de la Garza and Margarita de la Serna. They are listed in the 1753 Census of Camargo but they are not listed in the 1757 census.
It might be that by 1757 they had left Camargo. We do find one of their sons, Leonardo de la Garza, getting … Read the rest