Tamaulipas


Can’t Find Your Ancestors in Mier after 1925? Find out Why.

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); In 1925 a second Civil Registration was opened for the municipality of Mier. The southern half of the municipality now had their births, marriages and deaths recorded in Arcabuz, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Arcabuz, belonged to Mier all the way up to 1953. Now days it is located in the present day Municipality of Miguel Aleman and…
The Founding Families of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico and Their Descendants

The Founding Families of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico and Their Descendants

In 1753 nineteen families settled in el Paraje del Cantaro, now ciudad Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico. This book is about those nineteen families and their descendants. The idea for this book came about since the very first time I read the book “Mier En La Historia” by Maria Antonio Guerra. Mr. Guerra in his book provides a transcription to a document…
English Presentation: Libro de Matrimonios de Reynosa 1790-1811 Part I V1

English Presentation: Libro de Matrimonios de Reynosa 1790-1811 Part I V1

Mario Davila receiving certificate of appreciation from Carlos Cantu and Mary Torres. This past Sunday I attended the Rio Grande Valley Hispanic Genealogical Society in Harlingen, Texas. I had the good fortune of traveling with the presenter for that day. None other than my good friend Mario Davila, whom I meet last year at the 35th Hispanic Genealogy and History…

Diccionario Biografico de Tamaulipas – Biographical Dictionary of Tamaulipas

Just wanted to make sure that you are aware of a great resource for the State of Tamaulipas. It is dictionary of biographies about notable people of Tamaulipas. The authors of this book “Diccionario Biografico de Tamaulipas” are Juan Fidel Zorrilla and Carlos Gonzalez Salas. It was printed back in 1984 in Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Unfortunately it does not…

Herencia Mestena Un Reencuentro con la historia del rancho San Rafael de las Tortillas Guerrero, Tamaulipas

Some time back this book was posted at the We Are Cousins group “Herencia Mestena Un Reencuentro con la historia del rancho San Rafael de las Tortillas Guerrero, Tamaulipas”. I did not think much about it since I had not come across any genealogical information about my family in regards to this ranch/town. Months latter while talking to my uncle…

Los Protocolos de la Villa de Nuestra Señora Santa Anna de Camargo 1762-1809

I found an excellent resource that with no doubt will become one of your favorites for your genealogy research. Throughout my genealogical research I had been coming across ancestors that settled and lived in Camargo since it’s founding. One of such ancestors was my 7th great grandfather Bartolome Trevino whom I only knew had dies in Camargo back in September…