The following image was shared by Juan Jesus de Leon. It is a photograph of his grandparents Hilario De Leon Duron and Maria Isabel Garcia Gonzalez. Juan stated that both of his grandparents are from Hacienda San Bartolo Cadereyta Jimenez, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Hilario is a direct descendant of Captain Alonso de Leon.
As a matter of fact El Capitan Alonso De Leon is Juan’s 9th great grandfather straight line through his father’s side and Alonso “El Mozo” the son of his is his 8th great grandfather.
Hilario De Leon Duron and Maria Isabel Garcia Gonzalez:
Hilario was born in 1912 and Maria Isabel in 1918. Juan stated that during the time this photo was taken that his grandfather was both in the military and was also Mariachi. As you can see form the photo he is dressed as a charro.
Juan, thank you for sharing this photo with me and all the readers of this blog. I really appreciate it.
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The following is the 1745 church marriage record of my 6th great grandparents Francisco Rios and Maria de La Rosa Rendon, they married in Cadereyta, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The parents of Francisco are listed as Xristoval Rios and Ana de Leon. The parents of Maria de la Rosa Rendon are listed as Juan Rendon and Maria Josepha Vega. I am a descendant of theirs through their son Manuel Angel Rios. I want to thank Marina for helping me locate this document. At this moment I am stuck with both of their parents, if you have any information about them please let me know.
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16 Franco de los Rios, espanol con Ma. Rosa Rendon donceya de esta mitra
Enesta Yga. Parrochial de la villa de CAdereyta en veinte y dos de Nove de mil sets. y quarenta y cinco anos; haviendo procedido todas las diligas q.el Sto. concilio de trento ordena; Amonestandose, entres dias fetivos inter missary solemnia: y no haviendo resultado impedmito. Alguno; case, y vele – enfacie ecclecie; a Franco. de los Rios, espan. de esta villa hijo lexo. de Xptoval de los Rios difto. y Ana de Leon con Ma de la Rosa Rendon, espanola, origa de esta villa; hija lexa. de Juan Rendon: y Ma. Josepha de Vega, Vez. de esta villa: fueron sus Padrinos Joseph Melo; y su esposa Manuela Ruiz: vez de la ciud. de Monterei: testigos de este matrimonio Dn. Joseph Lorz. [?] de la Lanza, y Joseph Franco. Palacios, todos vez. de esta villa, y lo firme -
Fr. Juan de Dios Medina
As of today every Saturday I will be posting a book that is about Genealogy or that can be used for Genealogy. Specially books that have to do with South Texas and Northeastern Mexico Genealogy. I just think it is a great way of letting everyone know of what books are out there. The following book is titled 1799 census of Villa de San Juan Bautista de Cadereyta del Nuevo Reyno de Leon : (present day Cadereyta Jimenez, N.L.). As the tile states this book is the 1799 Census of Present day Cadereyta Jimenez, N.L. and is an excellent book for anyone researching this area.
Ranchos y Haciendas
Mentioned in this Census
RANCHO DEL CAP ADERO 45
RANCHO DE sn JOSE DE LA HORMITA 48
RANCHO DE LAS ENRRAMADAS 49
RANCHO DEL PASO DEL MACHO 50
RANCHO DE LOS HORCONES 50
RANCHO DEL OBISPO 50
RANCHO DE LA CRUZ 79
HACIENDA DE Sta GERTRUDIS 83,84
HACIDNDA DEL CASTILLO 86
RANCHO DE LA VOQUlLLA 92
RANCHO DEL SAUZ 93
RANCHO DE SAN MATEO 93
RANCHO DE SANTANA 93
RANCHO DE LA BAGRIA 93,94
HACIENDA DE SN JOSE 95
As you can see this census is not just of the town of Cadereyta but of all surrounding communities as well.
Where to find Book:
- Find book in a library near you: WorldCat
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