Play Podcast: Summary: This episode of contains the audio of the presentation of Carlos Cantu done in June for the RGVHGS titled “Do you have a Cavazos cconnection”. Also Moises talks about the Mier Padron Project, the book about Alonso De Leon, and Transcript, a tool to help you transcribe images.
Have you traced your family back to Nuevo Leon. If so this book may be of interest to you. This book “Apellidos de Nuevo Leon” was originally written by Tomas Mendirichaga Cueva and transcribed into “Last Names of Nuevo Leon” by Edna Garza Brown back in 1989. The last names that the author goes into […]
This is the Mar 10, 1723 baptism of my 6th great grandfather Jose Antonio Cavazos in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. He was the son of Joachin Cavazos and Ana Catalina de Montemayor. His godparents are listed as Gregorio Trevino y Mariana Ruiz. Cut Out of Original Image: View Original Image Transcription of Above Image: Joseph Antto. […]
If you do have a Cavazo’s connection you might be interested in attending this Sunday to the presentation hosted by the Rio Grande Valley Hispanic Genealogical Society. The presentation will be titled “Do You Have a Cavazos Connection?”. I bet you do since this last name is very popular in Northeastern Mexico and South Texas. […]
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The following marriage record is of my 3rd great grandparents Narsizo Perez and Juana Francisca Tamez finally brought down a two year brick wall. Turns out that familysearch had the microfilm needed but unfortunately they only digitized half of the roll. I had contacted them over a year ago and was told that the problem had been forwarded […]
The following is the 1822 baptism of my 3rd great grandmother Maria Juana Francisca Tamez in Santiago, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. This document indicates that her parents are Pablo Tamez and Maria Ygnacia Cbasos. It also indicates that they were from Hacienda del Cercado. If you follow the link you will obtain more information regarding Hacienda el Cercado. […]