I found the following map at the Texas History Portal. It is an 1884 map of the Mexican State of Tamaulipas, Mexico. Maps have come to play an integral part in my genealogy research and the following map is very interesting since it names the towns as they were named in many birth, baptism, marriage, and death record. It also provides me with more clues as to what towns used to be named what. Continue reading
Have you heard about Caverns of Oblivion by Carl. L Duain? If you have not you should check this book out. It is basically the English translation of the three main books presented in Historia de Nuevo Leon Con Noticias Sobre Coahuila, Tejas, y Nuevo Mexico. To be clear I am not saying that Duain translated this exact book but Continue reading
This is a short video in remembrance of a man (my wife’s grandfather) that lived and enjoyed life, whose legacy will for ever live through those he left behind. Francisco Salinas Flores was born in Cuevitas, Texas to Pedro Salinas Rivas and Maxima Flores Vela back in June 7, 1918. Continue reading
I don’t know if you have started your own family tree at FamilySearch but in case that you have. Then the “Using The FamilySearch family Tree: A Reference Guide” will be perfect for you.
This guide contains 168 pages and will answer all the questions that you may have or you may come across while using this website to create your family tree. Continue reading
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. Continue reading
A few days ago I shared a post that I wrote for MexicanGenealogy.info titled “Using the Power of Google to Find Your Mexican Ancestors“. There I described how Google could help you locate your ancestors and provided you with some search techniques.
I was searching for a Guide on how to properly conduct searches at familysearch but instead came across the following guide. Continue reading
Thanks to Diego Renteria for sharing the baptism record of Andres Gonzalez whom is the brother of my 10th great grandfather Diego Gonzalez. You can see Diego’s comments bellow and also the image that he shared with me on Facebook. Also thanks to Miguel angel Gonzalez for doing the translation. Continue reading
Once again thanks to Diego Renteria for providing me with a copy of my 10th great grandfathers baptism record. You will find that image just bellow. Continue reading
The image below is the 1631 marriage of my 11th great grandparents Captain Bartolome Gonzalez and Isabel Gomez Dominguez, also known as Isabel Gomez Esquivel. Diego Renteria posted it at WeAreCousins Facebook Page on 7-5-13. Continue reading
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. Continue reading