Families of Salinas Victoria, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume Eight

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Just wanted to let you know that yesterday afternoon Crispin Rendon released his eight eBook on his series of Families of Salinas Victoria, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Here is his email with the link to of where to download this eBook.

This volume eight covers the years 1826-1830 and contains 338  marriages plus their children.

Cover of Families of Salinas Victoria Volume Eight:

Email From Crispin Rendon:

This email is going out to the 500 people in my genealogy address book.

There is no reason to respond.

I have posted another volume in the Salinas Victoria series.

See the link below.

Families of Salinas Victoria, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume Eight


Best Regards,

Crispin Rendon

I hope that you take the time to download it and add ti to your growing eBook collection. I already got my copy. I hope this makes your day as it has made mine!

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  • Rey Montemayor

    First of all, your website is awesome – I use ideas from you all the time as I begin my search for ancestors. I am a beginner at this so thank you so much for sharing so much of your work with us. My Question is,

    Where can I find Volumes one, two, and three from the eight volume set written by Mr. Rendon ? That is, the Salina Victoria Family PDF books…

    • http://www.wearecousins.info/ Moises Garza

      Hello Rey, thanks for your kind words. You can find them by doing a simple search on this blog or here.

      Hope this helps and have fun,

      Moises Garza



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