Recap of Presentation “Last Names of Nuevo Leon”

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 help you in your genealogy research.

Here is the Outline of the Video and What to Expect

Intro Dialogue (0:10) - Just a quick introduction to the video presentation.

The Origin Story(5:13) - I provided the audience on back ground information and what motivated  me to start this series and of my vision of how these books can help any researcher.

Benavides and Chapa (15:15) - In this section I talk about the progenitors of the Benavides and Chapa last name.

De Leon and Garza (20:14) - In this section I talk about the progenitors of the De Leon and Garza last name.

Gonzalez and Hinojosa (25:55) - In this section I talk about the progenitors of the Gonzalez and Hinojosa last name.

Montemayor and Sepulveda (31:56) - In this section I talk about the progenitors of the Montemayor and Sepulveda last name.

Trevino and Villarreal (35:35) - In this section I talk about the progenitors of the Trevino and Villarreal last name.

Coming Soon (39:24) - In this section I talk about the upcoming Marroquin and Tanguma books. 

Free Gift and Recap (44:20) - In this final section attendees were provided with a link to download a free eBook about these last names.

Overall I enjoyed presenting my book series and had fun answering questions afterward.

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