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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If your genealogy research has led you to Cadereyta, Nuevo Leon, Mexico then you are aware that many of it’s records have not been indexed by FamilySearch. But you are in luck www.eagleknight.com is a great resource when it comes to Cadereyta. They also have a great article about Paleography And Reading Spanish Genealogy Records. They have three books that are for sale that will help you in your research; Continue reading
|Part of Image from Ancestry.com
The 1930 Mexican Census is available for free at ancestry.com
I already found family in the area around Los Ramones, Nuevo Leon and obtained some images. Will you find yours? I am sure that you will since this census has been labeled as the most important census of the 20th century with over 90% of the population participating.
It includes over 12.8 Million names and all of them have been indexed at Ancestry.com and are available for immediate search.
Unfortunately, I could not locate any family in the Miguel Aleman, Tamaulipas area, since the whole Municipio of Miert appears to be missing. It is very likely that either they were not counted or the pages were somehow missing.
I also could not locate ancestors In the Diaz Ordaz area. I need to do further research to find out why, I just hope the information is there and the problem is me.
Well happy hunting, as for me I am still diving into it.
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