Are you researching your family genealogy? Specially the ones with the Longoria last name whom were from the Camargo and South Texas area. If so, you might want to check this book out. It contains great Genealogical information and land grant information. This book also contains information on the authors other family lines all leading up to the Longorias.
Here is a description of the book:
The author relates the details of his research to try to make it clear once and for all the impossibility of the alleged paternity of the Spanish king Felipe V on one of the author’s ancestors , Captain Juan Diego Longoria, one of founding families 1749 , along with 40 other families , of Santa Ana de Camargo in the old Nuevo Santander . A few of the descendants of Captain Longoria recieved land fro Continue reading
If you have not come across this book, El Nuevo Reino de Leon Y Monterrey A Traves de 3000 Documentos (The New Kingdom of Leon and Monterrey through 3000 Documents) you are in for a treat. This book was written by Israel Cavazos Garza back in 1998 it is the synopsis of 3000 documents from the Civil Archives of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Continue reading
Just wanted to let you know about this great book. Historia de Nuevo Leon Con Noticias Sobre Coahuila, Tejas, y Nuevo Mexico is a book that contains three books one by Capitan Alonso de Leon, an Unknown Author that Cavazos identified as Continue reading
Just wanted to let you know that I received the following email from Crispin Rendon earlier today let me know that he had just released the fourth volume of Families of Salinas Victoria. Continue reading
Dos Familias en la Conformacion Historica del Noreste Novo Hispano, Siglos XVII-XIX by Francisco Javier Rodriguez Gutierrez describes the strategies that some Northern Mexico families utilized to acquire, conserve, and consolidate their power and presence in the area from the beginning of the 17th century. Continue reading
Captain Bartolome Gonzalez is my 11th great grandfather through four different lines. The following book titled “Captain Bartolome Gonzalez and His Descendants” was written and published by Joel Rene Escobar y Saenz. Continue reading
“Camargo Church Marriage Records 1764 – 1913 Grooms Second Revision” is another great resource for those of us doing research on our ancestors from Camargo, Tamaulipas, Mexico or the surrounding area.
Cover to “Camargo Church Marriage Records 1764 – 1913 Grooms Second Revision”:
This book contains the Camargo, Nuevo Santander marriage records from 1764 to 1821 and the Camargo, Tamaulipas, Mexico records from 1821 to 1913. It also includes other marraige records obtained and archived in Mrs. Minerva Overstreeets Collcetion. They were also extracted and compiled from the Nuestra Senora de Santa Anna Catholic Parish Records of Camargo, Tamaulipas, Mexico by SAGA
Where to read or buy this book:
The University of Texas Pan American has a copy in their catalog that can be checked out.
You might also want to search WorldCat for a library near you that may have this book.
Finally you can buy it from SAGA off their website at: http://www.sagacorpuschristi.com/
Just wanted to let you know about another great resource that will be very helpful if you are researching your ancestors and they happen to be from Cadereyta, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. It is another book that is published by SAGA and it is called Cadereyta Church Baptisms Incl Grandparents 1825 – 1835. Continue reading
If your last name happens to be Tijerina or you are researching the Tijerina family from the area of China, General Bravo, Dr. Coss, and Los Herreras Nuevo Leon, Mexico, Then this book is for you. Continue reading
Hi, Just wanted to let you know that Crispin Rendon has already released his second book on The Families of Salinas Victoria. I strongly recommend you download it and add it to your Genealogy library and preferred reader.
Here is the email that he sent me yesterday:
This email is going out to the 469 people in my genealogy address book.
There is no reason to respond.
Below find a link to another book I have posted on the web.
Families of Salinas Victoria, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume Two
You may notice the surnames Bermeo and Bermea.
I am sure it is the same family surname but have not decided to merge them.
I am leaning toward changing all of the Bermea to Bermeo.
As always thanks Mr. Rendon for another great Resource.