I just wanted to make you aware of a great resource that really like. It is not too much genealogy related but it is a great website that I know you will enjoy. This website, TAMI, Texas Archive of the Moving Image is a repository of films that have anything to do with Texas. They are […]
Play Podcast: Summary: In this episode Moises talks about five ways to keep your genealogical data safe, the We Are Cousins community, WorldCat.org, new commenting system at We Are Cousins blog, Find a Grave, and the Spanish Patriots eight volume book series.
Some time back this book was posted at the We Are Cousins group “Herencia Mestena Un Reencuentro con la historia del rancho San Rafael de las Tortillas Guerrero, Tamaulipas”. I did not think much about it since I had not come across any genealogical information about my family in regards to this ranch/town. Months latter […]
The Agualeguas “Church Death Records 1821 – 1880″ book is an excellent resource. Specially if you ancestor was from this Mexican Town in Nuevo, Leon Mexico or it’s surrounding area. This book was written by SAGA the Spanish American Genealogical Association back in 1989 as part of their “Escandon Project”. As stated in the title […]
This year the 35th Annual Texas Hispanic Genealogical and Historical Conference will be hosted by Las Porciones Society. It will be at the Casa de Palmas in McAllen Texas this coming September 25th through the 27th. I want to thank Ofelia Olsson for sending me this information. Bellow you can find two PDF documents, one is […]
Just wanted to let you know that I am currently selling the first time ever Limited-Edition We Are Cousins Tee. They will be on sale for the next 9 days and my goal is just to sell 20 shirts. You can order them here: http://teespring.com/wearecousins or read more about
I found an excellent resource that with no doubt will become one of your favorites for your genealogy research. Throughout my genealogical research I had been coming across ancestors that settled and lived in Camargo since it’s founding. One of such ancestors was my 7th great grandfather Bartolome Trevino whom I only knew had dies […]
I was recently browsing through the website Somos Primos and came across “El Libro de Matrimonios de la Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Loreto de Burgos 1750-1860″ it is basically just an index of all the marriages. I know that some of you may be interested in this genealogical data.
I am currently reading the book by Karen Gerhardt and Rod Santa Ana III titled “Images of America, Hidalgo County Texas”. I want to thank my friend Juan Lino Garza for lending it to me. If your family has deep or recent rots to Hidalgo County I highly recomend this little 128 page book. It […]
Do you know if your ancestor or ancestors where Spanish Patriots During the American Revolution? I first became aware last year that many of us may have Spanish patriots as ancestors, when I attended the Brownsville Historical Association’s Branching Out: Genealogy Workshop 2013. Presenter Elizabeth Heis: Resgistrar Dubois Hite Chapter DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) Vice Chairman […]