The following is the transcription to the 1880 Death Index of China, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. It is listed in alphabetical order by last name. Unfortunately some of the page numbers to the left column can not be read. See Original Image used for transcription.
This is the 1913 Civil Registry Death Index for Doctor Coss, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. It is listed by alphabetical order. The original image used for this transcription can be found in the following collection from FamilySearch Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, 1859-1962 > Doctor Coss > Defunciones 1911-1940 Transcript of Original Image: Numero Nombres Folio de Actas […]
Believe it or not there are many people in South Texas and Northeastern Mexico with Irish ancestors. I know this because of this regions rich history and the names that I occasionally come across on the church and civil indexes. On the 8th of January Chris Paton made me aware through Google+ about Irish Lives […]
Thanksgiving in the United States Our Thanksgiving holiday tradition in the United States traces its origins to the 1621 celebration at Plymouth in present-day Massachusetts. Evidence has also been found for an earlier harvest celebration on the continent by Spanish explorers in Florida during 1565, as well as a thanksgiving feasts in the Virginia Colony. The initial thanksgiving observance […]
This is a list of all the Marriages for 1902 – 1908 of Los Aldamas, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Information comes from images at FamilySearch, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, 1859-1962 Los Aldamas Matrimonios 1902-1908 To Easily search this index press CTRL+F and enter the name you are looking for. Marriages of Los Aldamas Nuevo Leon from 1902 to […]
This is a list of all the Marriages for 1909 – 1922 of Los Aldamas, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Information comes from images at FamilySearch, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, 1859-1962 Los Aldamas Matrimonios 1909-1923 Marriages of Los Aldamas Nuevo Leon from 1909 to 1923 Marriages for 1909 Number Page Male Female 3 5 Vela, Alberto Chapa, […]
Another great tool when researching South Texas and Northern Mexico Genealogy is PARES (Portal de Archivos Espanoles). Don’t forget to run your ancestor names in their archives search since it contains numerous collections pertaining to mexico and all of Spaniard territories before the 1800’s I found a document as old as 1695 which pertained to one of my ancestors dying […]