If you are into genealogy as I am, then you may have had been waiting for this eBook from Crispin. Without fail Crispin has, with this one, published 10 eBooks straight. I had the pleasure and honor of meeting Crispin Rendon on the 35th Annual Texas Hispanic Genealogical and Historical Conference. He is a very down to earth person and hates to get credit for all that he does.
This tenth volume contains another 500 records starting on 1795 to 1800 and Crispin mentions that you can find images 135-212 on film 605096 at familysearch.org.
Here is the link that Crispin sent me on his email.
Make sure to download it to your computer since you never know for how long it will be available.
Let me know if this volume helps you with your genealogical research.
While researching my own family genealogy I came across a database that I had not come across before. It contained great information and not to mention I got many new clues as to where to search for documents.
If it was helpful to me, I think it can also be of help to you. The name of this database is called Solo Genealogia and it is being run and maintained by Jesus A Chacon.
It is mentioned in the main page in Spanish that:
This compilation is based on information taken from parish registers and genealogical works including references. We welcome any comments, suggestions or modifications necessary in order to show the correct information. We greatly appreciate all those who have contributed to this database.
To test it out just enter de la Garza to get an idea of what information you can find in this database. It may be a long shot but enter your ancestors names to see if they come up.
Screen shot of Genealogical Database of Solo Genealogia:
Let me know in the comment area bellow of what you think about this database and or if you found it to be useful for your research.
I want to thank Marlene Pegg, editor of Genealogical Tips, for sending me the latest Issue of their publication. This issue covers January through February and is jam-packed with great genealogy tips and resources that are available out there. Bellow I have included the table of contents so that you may see the type of stories that they publish. One of my blog posts, Website To Help You Find Where Your Ancestors Were From In Mexico, was republished by them.
Cover of Latest Issue:
Table of Contents:
- From the Editor
- Czech Heritage Museum Dedicated
- De Galvez Records From Revolutionary War Period Available Online
- Coming Up: Genealogypalooza
- Summarize Your Work To Organize Your Research
- Something To Try When Using Ancestry.com In The Library
- Texas Tax Rolls 1846-1910 4 AG Holder Is A Victim Of Tax Fraud Identity Theft
- Greek Easter Cookies – Koulourakia
- Hispanic American Newspapers At GenealogyBank
- Guide On Getting Organized
- HSP Record Added To Ancestry.com
- NARA Announces Closure And Consolidations Of Three Facilities
- Military History Publications
- Website To Help You Find Where Your Ancestors Were From In Mexico
- NEWS FROM THE PAST
- Tips To Insure The Future Of Genealogy: Story Telling
- Battle Of Horseshoe Bend
- The Story Behind The Record
- Slaves Were Used As Collateral
- Missing Men: Lost Husband Ads In Newspapers
- Tips For Finding Your Ancestors In Genealogy Databases
- New Resource For State History Source Materials
- Websites Offer Virtual Visit To War Of 1812 Sites
- Forgotten Ashes – No One Should Be Forgotten And Homeless After Death
- Find Military Records Online With New Index
- But I Know I Am Descended From A ……..
- Dangerous Pitfalls Of Death Records
- Alabama Research Hint
- Using The NEHGS Catalog From Home
- Five Research Resources You Cannot Afford To Forget
- Just How Reliable Is That Source?
- Post-it Notes As A Great Research Tool
- Rubik’s Cube Genealogy: A New Twist On Old Data
- Keyword Search In The Family History Library Catalog
- Properly Analyzing Documents: A Key To Genealogical Success!
- szukajwarchiwach.pl—A Polish Website For Online Genealogy Research
- Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers
For those of you that do not know the Tip O Texas Genealogical Society is based out of Harlingen Texas and any one can join by contacting them.
The following is a list comprising of the 58 families listed on the 1757 Census of Revilla/Guerrero. This census was part of areport done by Captain Jose Tienda de Cuervo where he provides information on the General State of the Villas del Norte which had been founded by Jose de Escandon years earlier.
It is interesting to not that even-though at the end of the Revilla census it is listed that only 58 families reside there I found that a total of 60 entries were done. Somehow the two single persons listed living by themselves were not counted as families.
I was also disappointed to find that the names of the children, servants, and slaves were no written. In total 300 people were counted. The following list only contains the names of the father and mother. Continue reading
When doing Mexico Genealogy, in search of our ancestry, maps can be of great benefit and help. Specially since towns do change names. The following are two maps one is dated 1858 and the other 1886 both published by Garcia Cubas, Antonio, 1832-1912.
It is interesting to see how the names of towns changed in just a span of almost 30 years and how it seems that the population grew. You may be asking your self. How will this help me find my ancestors? Well very simply by helping you pinpoint towns that have changed their names and also by providing you with clues as to where to research for documents. Continue reading
This is the 1922 Civil Registry Death index for Doctor Coss, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. It is listed by alphabetical order. Continue reading
This is the 1891 Civil Registry Death index for Ciudad Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico. They are listed in alphabetical order by first name. Continue reading
This is the 1921 Civil Registry Death Index for Doctor Coss, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. It is listed by alphabetical order. You can find the original images used for this index at FamilySearch, Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, 1859-1962 > Doctor Coss > Defunciones 1911-1940 Pg 272 and 273. Continue reading
This is the 1919 Civil Registry Death Index for Doctor Coss, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. It is listed by alphabetical order.
1929 Index to Marriages of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico. In alphabetical order by groom’s name.
Cut out of original images:
Mexico, Tamaulipas, Civil Registration, 1800-2002 – Mier – Matrimonios 1919-1927
Transcription of above images:
Folio A Numero de Acta
9 Antonio Ramirez Otero y Estifacia Ramos 7
12 Alfredo Hinojosa y Maria Garza 10
13 Armando Barrera y Rebeca Garcia 11
18 Alfonso Garza y Paula Rendon 15
20 Amando Montalvo y Alicia Pena 17
50 Benigno Amaro y Rigis F Garza 46
37 Clemente Guerra y Catarina Martinez 53
36 Felix Valdes y Genoveva Rios 22
35 Fernando de la Garza y Sofia Bazan 31
42 Francisco Hinojosa y Francisca Barrera 38
47 Francisco Botello y Bruna Medellia 43
14 Gerardo Ramirez y Ygnacia Ayala 12
19 Hipolito Ochoa y Agapita Valenzuela 16
28 Hilario Cortez y Francisca Barrera 24
49 Ildefonso Canales y Santos Barrera 45
7 Julian Moya y Hermila Cantu 6
25 Jesus Garcia y Maria Angelita Chapa 21
27 Juan Ramos y Felipa Gonzalez 23
36 Jesus Garcia y Eusebia de Leon 32
41 Jose Maria Trevino y Agapita Chavez 37
46 Jacinto Ramirez y Ofelia Marroquin 42
48 Julio Garza y Jesusa Sandoval 44
5 Luis Garcia y Luisa Gonzalez 4
10 Lazaro Silva y Gumecinda Villarreal 9
24 Leopoldo Guerra y Elida Ybanez 20
44 Leopoldo Garcia y Ercilia Olivo 40
2 Manuel Villarreal y Gabriela Mena 1
10 Martin Garza y Jova Saenz 8
30 Martimiano Chapa y Paula Ybarra 26
31 Manuel Ancira y Alicia Garcia 27
45 Manuel Tello y Eloisa Vela 41
34 Manuel Barrera y Bernarda Guerra 30
17 Nestor Cantu y Luisa Barrera 14
32 Odie M. Jones y Eva Hobey Bryant 28
3 Pedro Guerra y Apolonia Garza 2
23 Pilar Mendez y Maria Encarnacion Rodriguez 19
33 Pedro Garcia y Concepcion Gonzalez 29
15 Reynaldo Martinez y Ramona Gonzalez 13
43 Reynaldo Pena y Felicitas Trevino 39
4 Salome Rodriguez y Isabel Cazares 3
38 Sostenes Hinojosa y Domitila Hinojosa 34
39 Simon Rodriguez [?] y Felisa Alvares 35
6 Tiburcio Ramirez y Felipa Gonzalez 5
21 Trinidad Castillo y Ana Ysabel Hinojosa 18
29 William Hary Cass y Alma Phobe Archambault 35
40 Zaragoza Barrera y Donitila Hinojosa 36