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Bexar Archives Online 1717 – 1805

Bexar Archives Online 1717 – 1805

A great genealogical and historical resource that we have at our disposal is the Bexar Archives located at The University of Texas at Austin in their Briscoe Center for American History. This collection contains documents from 1717 to 1805. These archives are the official Spanish documents that preserve the political, military, economic, and social life of the Spanish province of…

Can’t Find Your Ancestors in Mier after 1925? Find out Why.

In 1925 a second Civil Registration was opened for the municipality of Mier. The southern half of the municipality now had their births, marriages and deaths recorded in Arcabuz, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Arcabuz, belonged to Mier all the way up to 1953. Now days it is located in the present day Municipality of Miguel Aleman and has belonged to it since…
Families of China, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume Three

Families of China, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume Three

Crispin Rendon has released his third volume on the Families of China Nuevo Leo, Have you gotten your copy? Crispin has made this eBook free and I highly recommend that you get your own copy for your digital library before it is gone. These eBooks are an essential resource to anyone researching Nuevo Leon, specially the families of China Nuevo…
The Founding Families of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico and Their Descendants

The Founding Families of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico and Their Descendants

In 1753 nineteen families settled in el Paraje del Cantaro, now ciudad Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico. This book is about those nineteen families and their descendants. The idea for this book came about since the very first time I read the book “Mier En La Historia” by Maria Antonio Guerra. Mr. Guerra in his book provides a transcription to a document…
Female mtDNA Descendants of Maria Ines Rodriguez

Female mtDNA Descendants of Maria Ines Rodriguez

This is the mtDNA descendant report of Maria Ines Rodriguez that was prepared by Crispin Rendon and it contains fourteen generations of her female descendants. Maria Ines Rodriguez is my 10th great grandmother. I am a descendant of hers through three of her daughters. She was born about 1549. She was married to Juan Navarro. Get your own copy Please…
Female mtDNA Descendants of Beatriz Ruelas Navarro

Female mtDNA Descendants of Beatriz Ruelas Navarro

This is the mtDNA descendant report of Beatriz Ruelas Navarro that was prepared by Crispin Rendon and it contains eleven generations of her female descendants. Beatriz Ruelas Navarro is my 11th great grandmother through both my paternal and maternal side. She was born about 1580 and died about 1650 probably in Saltillo, Coahuila Mexico. She was married to Santos Rojo.…