Moises Garza

Rio Grande Valley Hispanic Genealogical Society with Mary Torres

WAC-21: The Rio Grande Valley Hispanic Genealogical Society With Mary Torres

Play Podcast: Summary: In this episode Moises talks with Mary Torres the current president of the Rio Grande Valley Hispanic Genealogical Society. They talk about the benefits that the RGVHGS offers and also why you should join a local genealogical society.

Apuntes Genealogicos del Capitan DIego Gonzalez

Apuntes Genealogicos Del Capitan Diego Gonzalez

Captain Diego Gonzalez was my 8th great grandfather. I was pleasantly surprised to find a book about him in my local university’s library. The book is titled “Apuntes Genealogicos del Capitan Diego Gonzalez” in English it basically translates to Genealogical Writings about Captain Diego Gonzalez. This book was written by Leticia E, Montemayor back in 1997 […]

Your First Report-Book with Family Tree Maker

Your First Report/Book with Family Tree Maker

This is the fifth article in our series Going Digital With Genealogy. In this post I will show you how I create reports using Family Tree Maker. I talk about Family Tree maker since it is the Software that I have been using since 2012. Even though you may be using another program I highly […]

DEfunsiones de Montemorelos 1714-1774 Personas con Apellido de Leon; Familiares, Esclavos y Sirvientes de Estos

Defunsiones de Montemorelos 1714-1774 Personas con Apellido de Leon; Familiares, Esclavos y Sirvientes de Estos

This is a great resource made by Juan Jesus de Leon. He made this resource for his own genealogical research and asked me to share it with you in the hopes that it might also help you in case you are researching the De Leon last name in the Montemorelos area. Here are some words […]

Reynosa Marriages 1790-1811 with Mario Davila

WAC-20: Matrimonios de Reynosa 1790-1811 with Mario Davila

  Play Podcast: Summary: In this episode Moises talks with Mario Davila the author of Matrimonios de Reynosa. A book that provides researchers with a very comprehensive index to the marriages of Reynosa covering the time period of 1970 to 1811. They also talk about great genealogical tips for new researchers and family historians.

Creating Genealogy Reports and or Books

Creating Genealogy Reports and or Books

This is the fourth post that I write in the Going Digital With Genealogy Series. In this post I will show you the different types of reports that are out there so that you may get your feet wet when it comes to show casing your hard work. The beauty of using a genealogy program […]

Antonio Guerra Canamal and Luisa Fernandez de Rio Frio El Sagrario Mexico City 1624 Pg 482

1624 Marriage of Antonio Guerra Canamal and Luisa Hernandez de Rio Frio in Mexico City, Mexico D.F., Mexico

This is the marriage of my 9th great grandparents Antonio Guerra Canamal and Luisa Hernandez de Rio Frio whom got married in Mexico City back in December 22, 1624. The document has several words that I could not make out. In their place I placed a [?] instead. If you can decipher them let me […]

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Family Tree Maker My Favorite Genealogy Software

This is the third post that I write in the Going Digital With Genealogy Series. In this post I will write about some of the benefits about using Family Tree Maker and as to why I have used them since 2012. For those of you that may be reading this blog for the first time […]

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Is the We Are Cousins Podcast Gone?

I recently got this question and had no sure answer for it. You could say that the podcast burned me out and needed some time off. I tried to change the format once to only find out that it was not going to work neither. I decided to change it once again and I love […]

Baptisms of the Cathedral of Monterrey, nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume I 1667 - 1677

Baptisms of The Cathedral of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume I (November 10, 1667 – December 31, 1677)

I was recently conducting research on an ancestor of mine and found a citation that mentioned this book “Baptisms of The Cathedral of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume I (November 10, 1667 – December 31, 1677)”. I promptly went to the Library page for the University of Texas Pan American and searched to see if […]