South Texas and Northeastern Mexico Genealogy

Hi there,

Thanks for dropping by and I hope that you may find this website informative and useful.

Why I started this blog:

Welcome to We Are Cousins, after much thought I saw the need to create a blog that would not only serve as a place to document my research, family stories, but also a resource to those interested in South Texas and Northern Mexico Genealogy. I also hope that with this blog I can network with other researchers interested in this region. To keep up to date with this blog simply subscribe to the rss atom feed.
This quote was the content of my first post on this website and honestly I was super nervous. I guess it is the same nervousness that always goes hand in hand when we start a new project. Let me just tell you that this blog has turned out to be more than what I expected and a very rewarding experience.

What to you can expect to find in this blog.

As mentioned before this blog is about South Texas and Northeastern Mexico Genealogy. It focuses on Genealogy South of San Antonio, the Mexican states of Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and Tamaulipas.

 

Here you will find,
  • Baptism Transcriptions
  • Marriage Transcriptions
  • Death Record Transcriptions
  • Resources available for Genealogy Research
  • Books You should know about
  • Transcriptions to indexes of Vital Records
  • We Are Cousins Magazine

Also expect to find many other randoms things but the above mentioned ones are just the main ones.

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This post was last updated: 3-31-2013
 

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