As 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.
Hi, I have been meaning to share the following email that I received from Welester a few weeks ago.
1861 Index to Deaths of China, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. They are listed as they spear. There are no index pages for this year. I had to go page by page. If you need to you can find the image to the names on the following collection Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, 1859-1962 > China > Defunciones 1861-1890 pages 1 – 20.
The following image and transcription is of the 1762 death record of my 8th great grandfather Diego Gonzalez de Trevino. The document below is very interesting since right off the bat it calls your attention since all other death records are just a few lines and this one is a whole paragraph. the document indicates that he left several hundred sheep and goats to the church’s various […]
The following image and transcription is of the 1914 Civil Registry Death index for Doctor Coss, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. It is listed by male and female in alphabetical order.
Last Saturday I wrote about Camargo Baptismal Records Index 1764 – 1882 and today I will let you know about another great genealogical book about Camargo, Tamaulipas, Mexico. It is a book by the Spanish American Genealogical Association (SAGA). It is titled Camargo Baptismal Records Index 1764 – 1882.
The following is the images and transcription to the 1925 Index to Marriages of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico. In alphabetical order by groom’s name.