Where your ancestors from Cerralvo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico? If they were the “Cerralvo Church Baptism Records 1761 – 1859 Book I” is an excellent genealogical resource. This book is a 200 page book that was compiled and crated by the Spanish American Genealogical Association out of Corpus Christi back in 1989. The information within the pages of this book can be found on the microfilm #0605442 available at FamilySearch.
The microfilm contains copies of the records found at the San Gregorio de Magno Parish of Cerralvo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. This book is the first out of three books. This book covers form A to G. Also this book is very important since these records are not indexed at FamilySearch. Ancesstry.com does have them indexed but you need the world subscription witch is about $30.00 or more per month.
Cover of Book “Cerralvo Church Baptism Records 1761 – 1859″:
See the images indexed by this book online:
Fortunately for us the microfilm used to create this index is available at FamilySearch. Once you find your ancestor within the pages of this book you can go to FamilySearch and you can browse for the images here: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-159380-79167-94?cc=1473204&wc=MCMV-NNT:45390401,45390402,45390403
Where to obtain this book:
There are three ways to get hold of this book.
- You can buy it at SAGA’s Website.
- Check it out at the University of Texas Pan American in Edinburg Texas.
- Look for int in a library near you using WorldCat.
Let me know in the comments if you do find your ancestors in this book.