Websites

Saltillo Del Recuerdo – Blog and Facebook Profile Dedicated to Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico

Just wanted to let you know about another great resource that I found on Facebook, it is called “Saltillo del Recuerdo” managed by Jaime Mendoza Zamora. I came across it since from time back I have been following the Facebook page “Archivo Gral Del Estado de Coahuila”  and they happened to share one of their posts.

Genealogía, Historia y Otras Cosas de Nuevo León

I am always on the look out for new resources that may be of benefit to anyone doing Genealogy Research about South Texas and Northeastern Mexico and today I want to share with you one of those resources.

11 Websites to Help You Find your Ancestors and Break Brick Walls

The following list contains 11 websites that I use constantly to find my ancestors or gather clues to break my brick walls. If you are not using them you are missing out. 

A Colossal Genealogy Online Resource

I will be honest with you, I am often surprised that a lot of people don’t know about FamilySearch and the wealth of information that it provides for free. If you are one of these people and have not heard about FamilySearch you are in for a treat.

Website, History and Genealogy of South Texas and Northeast Mexico

When I started to do Genealogy research and also look into South Texas and Northeastern Mexico Genealogy I always came across Guillermo Guerra’s Website  at VSALGS.org. It contains alot of information about South Texas, Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, and Cohuila. I highly recommend that everyone interested in this area check it out. The only problem that I have noticed is that he […]

Ensure Your Blogger or WordPress Blog Gets Listed Appropriately in Google by Using Sitemaps

What good is it to have a Genealogy or Family History Blog if it does not get listed appropriately in Google. Yes I am aware that there are other search engines but for today let us just focus on Google since it accounts at least for more than 50% of all searches. Let me just […]

South Texas Resources at Linkpendium

I recently read about Linkpendium on Google + and was amazed at the wealth of Genealogical information that can be found by using them. They also have a state by state search engine that will let you search up to 2,648,502 pages of free genealogical data with a single query. Give it a try it […]

Danny Villarreal’s Website – A Hispanic Genealogy Treasure

Danny Villarreal’s website is another treasure for Hispanic genealogy and the most complete resource when it comes down to researching the Villarreal Surname, but don’t be deceived. Many people may turn it’s back quickly thinking “I don’t have Villarreal ancestors what am I doing here?”. Danny’s website will not disappoint you he has an extensive database of over 11,000 […]

Raul Longoria’s Website

A Great Resource for South Texas and Northeastern Mexico Genealogy For all of you who may barely be getting their feet wet into their own family genealogy and or family history, here is another great resource that I have used many times over and over again. The resource that I want to make you aware of is Raul Longoria’s […]

John Wilmot’s Genealogy Notebook

There are not many South Texas and Northeastern Mexico Genealogy blogs out there and coming across one is pretty exciting. If you have not done so yet I highly recommend that you check John Wilmot’s Blog JOHN WILMOT’S GENEALOGY NOTEBOOK. Mr. Wilmot describes his blog as: This blog was created simply to share the many notes and documents I gather […]