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    The First Texas Independence, 1813

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    How much do you know about Texas? This book will provide you with a chapter of Texas history that is not thought in schools. You will learn about the struggles of the first Tejanos to seek independence for themselves and their posterity. I found out about this book when I received...
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    Jose Bernardo Gutierrez de Lara

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    On September the 26th I received an email by Ernesto Uribe with a newspaper cut out titled “Celebran el Natalicio de Jose Bernardo Gutierrez de Lara”. Jose Bernardo Gutierrez Lara is considered to be a hero of Texas independence. If you Google him you will find more information on him....
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    The Family Tree of Ernesto Uribe

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    Ernesto Uribe the author of Tlalcoyote, The Unforgiving, and Rumors of a Coup has asked me to share his family tree with you. The ancestors of Ernesto are from South Texas and Northeastern Mexico. I don’t want to put words in Ernesto’s mouth so bellow the image I am sharing...
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    Inherit the Dust from the Four Winds of Revilla: A 250-Year Historical Perspective with Emphasis on Ancient Guerrero, its People and Its Land Grants

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    If you have traced your ancestors back to Revilla then this book is a must have for your genealogical information. Inherit the Dust from the Four Winds of Revilla: A 250-Year Historical Perspective with Emphasis on Ancient Guerrero, its People and Its Land Grants is a 388 page book written...
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    Fundadores de Tamaulipas 1748 – 1770

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    If your genealogy research has led to to be looking for ancestors that came to Tamaulipas between 1748 and 1770 then you need to get a hold of this book. It’s title is “Fundadores de Tamaulipas 1748 – 1770” and it was written by Guillermo Garmendia L. in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon back...

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Hi, My name is Moises and welcome to We Are Cousins, a blog dedicated to South Texas and Northeastern Mexico Genealogy. It’s primary purpose is to educate and provide its readers with resources to locate their ancestors, whom at one point lived in this area. To read more about me or my other projects visit my personal website moisesgarza.com
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