I am always experimenting with new things to try and make this blog more and more useful as possible and the podcast was one of those experiments. The podcast has been running already for four months straight. Up until the writing of this post there are 17 episodes and has gotten 4,712 downloads in total. […]
Play Podcast: Summary: Moises recaps the presentations that he attended during the 35th Texas Hispanic Genealogical, talks about his ancestors Juan Bautista Perez and Maria Guadalupe Lopez Prieto, Texas Almanac 2014 – 2015 , and U.S. Latino Patriots: from the American Revolution to Afghanistan.
Play Podcast: Summary: Learn about the land records for Hidalgo County, Texas that are available online. Moises also talks about the Mexican Genealogy Academy and how it can help you, the marriage of his 7th great grandparents and the book, The Genealogy of Edna Garza Brown.
Play Podcast: Summary: Moises talks about the Texas County Microfilmed records, the information you can expect to find and where to get a hold of these microfilms. He lalso talks about Sync Toy to back up your genealogical data, Raul Longoria’s Website, and the book Aquellos Primeros Saltillenses.
Play Podcast: Summary: In this episode Moises talks about the Church Padrones (censuses) of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico and how they can help you in your research. He also talks about the 1930 Mexico census and using Evernote for Genealogy.
Play Podcast: Summary: Facebook is very often overlooked as a tool and resource for genealogical research. Moises talks about how he uses Facebook for Genealogical Research and encourages others to use it too.
Play Podcast: Summary: Moises talks about how he went paper less in Genealogy and provides tips so that you do too. Also briefly talks about Google Alerts and the Texas General Land Office land grant search.
Play Podcast: Summary: In this session of the We Are Cousins Podcast, Moises talks about a tool that he uses on a daily basis while doing his research, Spanish Colonial Documents of Northern New Spain,