Hidalgo


1668 Death Record of Gregorio Fernandez de Tijerina in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

1668 Death Record of Gregorio Fernandez de Tijerina in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); This is the 1668 death record of my 9th great grandfather Gregorio Fernandez de Tijerina in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. He died July 5, 1668 and his wife was Breatriz Gonzalez Hidalgo the daughter of Blas de la Garza and Beatriz Gonzalez Hidalgo. As for Gregorio I still have not been able to find whom…
1719 Church Death Record of Francisco de la Garza in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

1719 Church Death Record of Francisco de la Garza in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

This is the death record of my 9th great grandfather Francisco de la Garza in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico back in October 21, 1719. As the document indicates he was married to Leonor de Renteria. Through other records we have found that his parents were Blas de la Garza and Beatriz Gonzalez Hidalgo. If you are related to him let…

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…

Hidalgo County Records on Microfilm at The University of Texas Pan American

On a previous post I wrote about the Starr County records available at the University of Texas Pan American. On this post I will let you know what records are available on microfilm concerning Hidalgo County, Texas.     The Following is what I found on their Catalog: Publication Info. Austin : Texas State Library, 1990. Description 43 reels Contents…

Eight Generations of Vales and Sanchez and Consanguine Zamorano, Curbelo, and Trevino Families

Eight Generations of Vales and Sanchez and Consanguine Zamorano Curbelo and Trevino Families, is a very interesting family Genealogy Book. The author starts by describing how she arrived to Rio Grande City and then to La Grulla, Texas. Her story begins with her decision to get a teaching position in La Grulla, Texas back in the 1920’s. I have yet…