Missing Images For Mexico Catholic Church Records Santiago, Nuevo Leon, Mexico – Fixed

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FamilySearchAs the title for this post indicates, the missing marriage records for Santiago Apostol, Nuevo Leon, Mexico have been fixed and are now online. Earlier today I received the following email from FamilySearch.

Moises

The Mexico Catholic Church records  Missing images has now been fixed. Thanks for reporting it.

Family Search Support

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(CaseID:2675984)

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I was what are they talking about? But then I remembered of the missing images for Santiago Apostol. I quickly went to their website and there they were the 200 – 250 missing images from the roll covering Marriages form 1830 to 1841 are now online. You can check them out here: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18955-29740-51?cc=1473204&wc=M99V-537:n503670716.

I don’t know if you remember but a few months ago I was able to get some images about my 3rd great grandparents that I desperately needed from this collection. You can read more about it on my previous posts: Narsizo Perez and Juana Francisca Tamez, 1841 Marriage in Santiago, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

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