Jose Domingo Trevino and Maria Elena Pena 1827 Church Marriage, Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico

The following is the 1827 Church marriage record of my 4th great grandparents Jose Domingo Trevino and Maria Elena de la Pena. I have yet to find either of their parents, but it is interesting that the document indicated that he was a widow. Hopefully this could lead to other documents. If anyone out there has any information on them let me know. The document also states that both of them were neighbors from “el Alcabus” meaning Arcabuz.

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N. 31 Jose Domingo Trevino Viudo con Ma. Elena de la Pena 

En esta parroqa. de esta Villa de Mier en dies y seis de Agosto de mil ochocientos veinte y siete: yo el Presbo. Juan Nepno. Yanes de Benavides, cura Encargado de Esta. Villa pz. Ps. Into. Dn. Felipe de Jesus Cepeda: concluidas las diligs. en Eto. necesarias, leidas los proclamos en los dias quince, veinte y dos, y veinte y cinco del pasado Julio del presente ano, y no haviendo resultado ningun otro impedimiento Canonico, mas que del que fue legitimamente dispensado pr. el Snr. Governador de esta Sagrada Mitra el Dn. Dn. Jose Leon Lobo de un parentesco de afinidad licita en Segdo. con tercer grado, case y vele infacie Ecce a Jose Domingo Trevino Viudo, con Ma. Elena de la Pena, ambos vecinos de esta en el Alcabus: fueron testigos Jose Anto. de la Pena, y Jose Anto. Ybanes: y pa. qe. conste lo firme. 

Juan Nepno. Yanes de Benavidez

Source: FamilySearch

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