1925 Marriages for Congregacion Arcabuz, Tamaulipas, Mexico

1925 Marriages for Congregacion Arcabuz, Tamaulipas, Mexico

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I just finished the birth indexes from 1925 to 1930 of Congregacion Arcabuz, Tamaulipas, Mexico. I thought that I was going to start the Deaths first but I will do the marriages instead. It is important to note the skipped numbers below, since those missing are Marriage Applications, they were not mentioned in the index since most of them are of the same couples listed. So if you find your relatives in this list browse through the whole document to find those additional pages of information.

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Mexico, Tamaulipas, Civil Registration, 1800-2002 > Arcabuz >
Nacimientos, matrimonios, defunciones 1925-1930

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          C  O  N  G  R  E  G  A  C  I  O  N

          A  R  C  A  B  U  Z  .             

                   –  1  9  2  5  -

          A  C  T  A  S     D  E    M  A  T  R  I  M  O  N  I  O  S  .       

NO.   DE  ACTAS.                 N  O  M  B  R  E  S  .                       

No.    2.-               Miguel Flores y Felipa Garcia.

No.    3.-               Jesus Alanis y Hilaria Garza.

No.    5.-               Guadalupe Cruz y Andrea Gonzalez.

No.    7.-               Manuel Davila y Sofia Elizondo.

No.    8.-               Anastacio Garza y Maximiana Garza.

No.    9.-               Antonio Flores Garza y Guadalupe Alanis.

No.    10.-             Amado Garcia Y Mercedes Salinas.

Source: FamilySearch

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