Presentation “Cavazos Family History: Discoveries From 40 Years Research”

Come and listen to Robert Cavazos present on a small branch of a large family tree that goes all the way to the first Cavazos (Captain Juan Cavazos) in New Spain. You will also learn about the many interesting items he has found such as the largest land grant (San Juan de Carricitos) awarded by the King of Spain, to tragedies such as murder, kidnapping by Indians, infancy deaths, etc. In this presentation, he also provides information from the various families’ cemeteries, cattle brands and a collection of old family pictures.

The presentation will be February 9, 2020 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 is open to the public.

Here is our program:

  • 2:00 PM - Greet and Meet - Talk About Genealogy
  • 2:15 PM - Presentation "Cavazos Family History Discoveries From 40 Years Research" - by Roberto Canales
  • ​3:10 PM - Open Registration if Anyone wants to become a member of Las Villas del Norte
  • ​3:20 PM - Networking time to meet each other and talk about research.​

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3 thoughts on “Presentation “Cavazos Family History: Discoveries From 40 Years Research”

  1. Nanis Wallace (aka Ana Maria Guerra Guajardo)

    Just finished watching the Cavazos video. Excellent and very interesting. I am a descendant of 2 of Capt. Juan Cavazos’ children, Maria Cavazos de la Garza and Joseph Cavazos de la Garza. My great grandmother was Maria de los Dolores Tamez Cavazos from Allende, NL. I have lots and lots of Cavazos in my line. Good job, Roberto!

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