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Jose Yrineo Gonzalez Hinojosa and Maria Paula Garcia Gonzalez, 1812 Marriage In Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico

The following image and transcription is of the 1812 marriage of my 5th great grandparents Jose Yrineo Gonzalez Hinojosa and Maria Paula Garcia Gonzalez. They got married in Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico. If there are errors in the transcription I apologize but the image is very faded and has damage in one corner. Well back to the document  This document indicates that the parents of Jose are Juan Antonio Gonzalez and Maria Ananstacia Hinojosa. The parents of Paula are listed as being Nicolas Garcia and Guadalupe Gonzalez, I have yet to find whom the parents of Nicolas and Guadalupe Are. Yrineo and Paula are the parents of my fourth great grandmother Tomasa Gonzalez. Continue reading

Joseph Gonzalez Hidalgo and Maria Rita Guerra, 1734 Marriage in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

The following is the transcription to the 1734 marriage of my wife’s sixth great grandparents Joseph Gonzalez Hidalgo and Maria Rita Guerra. They married in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. They were the parents of my wife’s 5th great grandmother Maria Ynes Gonzalez. The great thing about this document is that it lists both of their parents. The parents of Joseph are Capitan Lucas Gonzalez Hidalgo and Michaela Garcia Dabila, both deceased at the time of the marriage. Rita’s parents are listed as Xptoval Guerra and Nicolasa Baez Trevino. Turns out that Xptoval and Nicolasa are also my 7th Great Grandparents.

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Dn Jph Gonzalez Da Rita Guerra espanoles

En dies y nueve de Septiembre de mill Setecientos treinta y quatro anos Case y Vele a Dn Joseph Gonzalez Hidalgo hijo Lexmo. del Capitan Dn Lucas Gonzalez Hidalgo y de Da Michaela Garcia Dabila Espanoles difuntos y a Da Maria Rita Guerra hija lexma. de Dn Xptoval Guerra y de Da Nicolasa Baez Trevino Vecinos de esta ciudad. F. T. Dn Marcos Gonzalez y Joseph Anto Rodrigues premissin requisitos y lo firme

Br. Juan Baez Trevino cura

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Joseph Isidro de Ayala and Maria Ynes Gonzalez, 1775 Marriage in Monterrey, Nuevo leon, Mexico

Nicolasa Baes de Trevino, 1760 Church Death Record, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

Source: FamilySearch

Jose Tomas Perez, 1805 Baptism, Catedral de Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

The following is the 1805 Baptism record for my wife’s 3rd great grandfather Jose Tomas Perez. His parents are listed as Joseph Ygnacio Perez and Maria Guadalupe Garcia. He was nine days old at the time of baptism. His Godparents are listed as Ygenio Gonzalez and Maria Josefa Vaies. I have yet to discover whom his grandparents might have had been. You can see my previous post about his marriage to Maria Francisca de Allala, Jose Tomas Perez and Maria Francisca De Allala, 1837 Marriage, Valle De La Mota, General Teran, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. You can also see the image used for the transcript here See Original.

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5 Jose Tomas espanol

En le Sagrario de esta Santa Yga. Catl. de monterrey en seis de Eno. de mil ochocientos sinco el Br. Ygnacio [?] Baupo. y puso los Santos oleos y Crisma a Jph tomas Espanol de nuebe dias de nacido hijo legitimo de Jph Ygnacio peres y de [?] de Maria Guadalupe Garcia Vecinos de la Estancuela Padrinos Ygenio Gonzalez y Maria Josefa Vaies a quienes se les adbirtio la obligacion de la Doca. Christiana y parentesco Espiritual y para que Conte. lo firo.

Lic. Juan Jph de la Garza

Source: FamilySearch

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Bartholome de Cuellar and Maria Gregoria Martinez, 1732 Marriage, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

The following image is that of the 1732 marriage of my 6th great grandparents Bartholome de Cuellar and Maria Gregoria Martinez. Please note the underlined text, I used the two marriages above theirs to reconstruct the possible text and the name Bartholome we know to be correct due to their dispensation dated January 30, 1732. I’ll be posting it once I get to it. Back to the document. The document bellow indicates that the parents of Bartholome are Asencio de Cuellar and Anna Garcia. It indicates that Asencio was death by the time the marriage took place and that Bartholome was originally from Saltillo, Coahuila. So many new clues! The parents of Gregoria are listed as Miguel Martinez and Clara Trevino. This documented also indicates that they were related by four degrees. luckily I have the dispensation and it indicates exactly how they are related but that is for another post.

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Bartholome de Cuellar and Maria Gregoria Martinez, FamilySearch, Monterrey, 1732 Marriages Pg 169 and 170-1-small Bartholome de Cuellar and Maria Gregoria Martinez, FamilySearch, Monterrey, 1732 Marriages Pg 169 and 170-2-small

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Bartholome de Cuellar y Gregoria Martines espanoles

En este dia 25 de julio de setecientos treinta y dos as. case y vele, ynfacie eclesie, de de Licensia sui Parroquia, a Bartholome de Cuellar hijo Legitimo de Asencio de Cuellar Difunto, y de Anna Garcia originarios y vecinos de la Villa del Saltillo con Gregoria Martinez Doncella, orijinaria, y vecina deesta feligrecia hija Legitima de Miguel Martinez y de Clara Trevino Vesinos de ella y todos Espanoles, aviendoseles dispensado el parentesco de 4o. grado Enigualdad de sangre y publicado los En virtud de boleta En los dias, 11, 15. y 18.de Maio fueron testigos Onofre Gonzalez, Pedro Martinez, y Juan Garcia, y lo frime.

Fr. Mathias De Aguirre

Source: FamilySearch

Pablo Tamez Leal and Maria Ygnacia Cavasos Garcia, 1811 Church Marriage Santiago, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

 The following is the 1811 Church marriage of my 4th great grandparents Pablo Tamez Leal and Maria Ygnacia Cavasos Garcia. They got married in Santiago, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Pablo’s parents are listed as Juan Angel Tamez and Anna Maria Leal. Juan was listed as diseased. The parents of Maria Ygnacia are listed as Esteban Cavazos and Juana Francisca Garcia. Both of them are also listed as being from “Hacienda de los Rodriguez”.

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 Pablo Tamez and Maria Ygnacia Cavasos, FamilySearch, Santiago, Marriage, 1811, Pg.70See Original

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 No. 44 D. Pablo Tames con Da. Ma. Yga. Cavasos espls. en 8 de Mayo de 1811

En esta Parrochia de Santiago de Guajuco en ocho de Mayo de Mil ochocientos y once a. el Br. D. Jose Angel Cavazos este de Cura, practicadas sengun [?] las Diligs. matrimoniales, y haviendo procedido las amonestaciones en castisas Parroquiales de lso tres Dias festivos, qe. fueron el veinte, y ocho de Abril, primero, y ttres de Mayo, y no haviendo resultado impedimto. pa. el Matrimonio, Caso y Velo, infacie eclecie, y en tiempo debido a D. Pablo Tames espanol origo. y vezo. de este valle en la Hazda. de los Rodriguez, hijo legmo. de D. Juan Angel Tames difto. y Da. Anna Maria Leal, con Da. Maria Ygnacia Cavazos espanola del mismo origen, y vecindad, hija legma. de D. Esteban Cavazos Difto. y de Da. Juana Franca. Garcia: Fueron sus Padrinos D. Seferino Tamez, y Da. Ma. de Jesus Tamez, y testigs. el mismo Padrino, y D. Juaqn. Rodriguez. Y pa. qe. conste lo firmo.

Jose Estanislao Cantu

Source: FamilySearch.org

Ygnacio Perez and Maria Guadalupe Garcia and Their Children

1st Generation

Ygnacio Perez (my wife’s 6th great-grandfather through her paternal side) was born in Mexico and died on an unknown date (I do not know who his parents where).  He married Maria Guadalupe Garcia (my wife’s 6th great-grandmother).

Children of Ygnacio Perez and Maria Guadalupe Garcia

  1. Juan Nepomuceno Perez was born About 1788 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.
  2. Maria De La Ascencion Perez was born About 1793 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.
  3. Maria Segunda Perez was born About 1795 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.
  4. Joseph Netor Mattias Perez was born About 1803 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.
  5. Joseph Tomas Perez was born About 1805 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.
  6. Joseph Stevan Perez was born About 1807 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.
  7. Maria Josefa Perez was born About 1813 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.

2nd Generation (Children)

  1. Juan Nepomuceno Perez was born About 1788 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.
  2. Maria De La Ascencion Perez was born About 1793 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.
  3. Maria Segunda Perez was born About 1795 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.
  4. Joseph Netor Mattias Perez was born About 1803 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.
  5. Joseph Tomas Perez (5th Great-grandfather) was born About 1805 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.  He married Maria Francisca Ayala on Sep. 25, 1837 in Nuestra Señora De La Soledad, General Terán, Nuevo León, Mexico. Maria Francisca (5th Great-grandmother), daughter of Andres Ayala and Maria De Jesus Chapa, was born About 1811 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.
  6. Joseph Stevan Perez was born About 1807 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.  He married Maria Concepcion Garza, daughter of Vicente Garza and Josefa Ayala, on Oct. 14, 1833 in Sagrario Metropolitano, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
  7. Maria Josefa Perez was born About 1813 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and died on an unknown date.

Sources: FamilySearch

Ofelia Garza Lopez, 1927 Civil Registration Births of Congregacion Arcabuz Tamaulipas Mexico

The following death record is that of my grandfather’s sister, Ofelia Garza Lopez was my. At the cemetery of Los Trevinos, Tamaulipas, Mexico I had found Ofelia’s tombstone with a death date of September 15, 1944. The following document indicates that she was born on the 29th of October 1924. So she was 19 years old when she died. At this time she was already married. I need to ask my father to see if he heard anything in respect as to her short life.

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Mexico, Tamaulipas, Civil Registration, 1800-2002 > Arcabuz >
Nacimientos, matrimonios, defunciones 1925-1930 > Pg 111

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Acta N. # 53.

Ofelia Garza
nacio el 29 de
Octubre de 1924
Arcabuz, Tam (Tamaulipas)
En Arcabuz Tamaulipas, a horas que son las nuebe del dia tres del mes de octubre de mil novecientos veintisiete ante mi Matias Reyna, Juez del Registro Civil de esta municipalidad, comparecio el Sr. (Senor) Eusebio Garza, quien manifesto ser vecino de este lugar casado, labrador de 44 cuarenta y cuatro anos de edad y quien presento a este jusgado a una nina viva manifestando que es su quinto hijo legitimo y de su esposa la Sra. (Senora) Paubla Lopez de 38 Treinta y ocho anos de edad; Que son abuelos paternos de la nina el Sr. (Senor) Martin Garza y la Senora Ruperta Lopez, ya finada y abuelos maternos el Sr. (Senor) – Jorge Lopez y la Senora Luz Garza, ya finados; que la expresada nina nacio a las diesiocho horas del dia 29 veintenueve del mes de Octubre de 1924 mil novecientos venticuatro y que le impone por nombre “Ofelia Garza’ leida la presente acta al interesado y firmo siendo testigos los Senores Hermenegildo Garcia y Froilan Garza, casados, labradores, y vecinos de este lugar los que firman de conformidad doy fe —– Matias Reyna = Eusebio Garza = Hermenegildo Garcia = Froilan Garza = Rubricas. _____
Es copia fiel y legal de su original de la qu doy fe. _____
El Juez del R. Civil
Matias Reyna

Sources: FamilySearch

Guest Post: Victor Garcia and Guadalupe Alanis – A Love Story

This guest post is brought to you by Michael Garcia.

After reading a recent post by Moises about his great grandparents’ relationship, I thought I would follow in kind and share a love story from my own family’s history. The following story was told to me by my aunt, with additional information added by her cousin:

My grandfather Victor Garcia was born in 1926 in Los Aldamas, Nuevo León. When Victor was 10 years old his father, Bernardo, died from a gangrenous infection. After his father’s death Victor started traveling between Mexico and the U.S. as a migrant worker.

As a young man Victor fell in love with a beautiful girl from Los Aldamas named Guadalupe Alanis. Victor would later describe her to his daughter (my aunt) as being very beautiful with black hair and green eyes. Victor asked Guadalupe to marry him and she agreed. Needing money to build a life together Victor returned to the U.S. for work. When Victor returned to Los Aldamas he discovered that while he was gone Guadalupe had passed away from tuberculosis.

Distraught over Guadalupe’s passing Victor left Los Aldamas. A year later Victor met and married a girl (my grandmother) he had met in Texas and spent the next 50 years of his life with her.

Using the information I got from the story I tried to find any additional information about Guadalupe. All my aunt knew was what she had heard from my grandfather – and that Guadalupe had a brother named Jose. I searched the 1930 Mexico Census and found two girls around my grandfather’s age in Los Aldamas, both of which had brothers named Jose.

Guadalupe Alanis #1 was born on December 5, 1928 to Antonio Alanis and Maria Alanis and lived just one street over from my grandfather as a child. Her known siblings were: Dorotea (1915), Rosa (1917), Josefa (1918), Carmen (1920), Jose (1921), Antonio (1922), and Ubaldo (1925).

Guadalupe Alanis #2 was born on May 23, 1929 to Alejandro Alanis and Maria Luis Pena and lived a couple of miles from Los Aldamas in Estacion Aldamas. Her known siblings were: Ramon (1920), Alejandro (1922), Jose (1924), and Maria (1926).

Apart from the above information I could only assume that since my grandparents were married in 1949 Guadalupe most likely died between 1946-1948.

If anyone knows anything about this story, or is perhaps related to either of these Alanis families please let me know.

Copyright © Michael Garcia. All rights reserved. For permission to reuse this article contact Michael at mgarcia47@comcast.net.

First Head Stone of Eusebio Garza Lopez

This picture is of the first head stone, Eusebio Garza Lopez, my great-grandfather had from the time of his burial in June of 1947 all up until the death of his wife Paula Lopez in December of 1975. The head stone was removed and moved to an old Jacal at Rancho El Ebanito where it remains up to this date. The reason for removing it, is that the family bought both of them matching monuments. I’ll be posting those pictures at a later date.

The Head stone reads “Eusebio Garza Nacio En Agosto 14 1883 Fallecio Junio 4 1947 Dedican Este Recuerdo su Esposa E Hijos“. (Eusebio Garza born on August 14, 1883 Died June 4 1947 His Wife and Children dedicate this Memory).

I remember that as a child I would always see this headstone and be amazed. My mind would start wondering about many things. How was his life? Soon I wanted to learn more and I am lucky that I have.

Eusebio’s parents are Jose Martin Garza Garcia and Maria Ruperta Lopez Garza. He was also the husband of Paula Lopez Garza.

1837 Baptism of Jose Martin Garza Garcia, Mier Tamaulipas Mexico

The following image is of the baptism of Jose Martin Garza in February 9, 1837 which took place in the church of Inmaculada Concepción, Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico. It lists as place of birth Rancho Santa Teresa and his parents as listed as Rafael Garza and Ramona Garcia. It also states that he was 11 days old, thus one can conclude that he was born on Jan 30 1837.

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Original image can be found at; FamilySearch > Mexico, Catholic Church Records > Tamaulipas > MierInmaculada Concepción (Mier, Tamaulipas) > Indice de Bautismos 1819-1874

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N. 25 Jose Martine Del Rancho de Sta Teresa

En esta Parroquia de la Villa de Mier a los nueve dias del mes de Jose MartinFebo. de mil ochocientos Treinta y siete. Yo el Presbto D. J. Ponciano de del RanchoLaurequi: Cura into. de Esta Villa, Bautize solemnemente puse los de Sta Teresa stos oleos y sagrado Crisma a Jose Martin de Once dias h. l. de Rafael Garza y de Ramona Garcia Fueron Padrinos Juan Lo-pes Y Franca. Lopes, Y para que conste lo firme.

Fr. Ponciano de Laurequi