by Moises Garza

March 3, 2013

Last Names of Nuevo Leon

The following image and transcription is of the 1914 Civil Registry Death index for Doctor Coss, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. It is listed by male and female in alphabetical order.

Cut out of Original Image:

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Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, 1859-1962 >

Doctor Coss > Defunciones 1911-1940

 

Transcript of Above Image:

	Hombres			Mujeres
Alanis Nicolas			Alanis Sanjuana
Alanis Antonio			Alanis Catarina
Alanis Pablo			Alanis Nicolasa
Alanis Gustavo			Alanis Elvira
Alanis Epifanio			Cantu Alejandra
Elizondo Marcial		Cantu Felipa
Garcuia Candelario		Flores Elida
Garcia Miguel			Flores Sanjuana
Graza Ramon			Gracia Librada
Herrera Geronimo		Gonzalez Ma. Nieves
Hinojosa Zenon		        Hinojosa Erlinda
Hinojosa Lorenzo		Hinojosa Pomposa Leal
Lopez Lorenzo			Longoria Olivia
Leal Rafael			Leal Antonia
Salinas Salinas Guadlaupe	Lopez Amelia
Salinas Jasinto			Lopez Felipa
S. Salinas Atilano		Pena Ma. de la Luz
Salinas Bernardino		Perez Monica
Tijerina Andres			Rios Marta
Trevino Fidencio		Tijerina Aurora
Acta num 6 Sin Nombre	        Trevino Ma Benilde
				Uviedo Priopina
				Garcia Ramona
Eusebio Hinojosa

Source: FamilySearch.org

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Moises Garza

I have doing my family genealogy since 1998. I am also the creator of this blog We Are Cousins, and the Mexican Genealogy blog. To always be up to date with both of these sites follow me on Facebook. To contact me or book me for a presentation, buy my books, and or learn more about me visit my personal website at www.moisesgarza.com.

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  1. Dear Moises,

    Having been working on my maternal ancestors,, I have come to a standstill. I know my mother's grandparents' names but have no idea where they come from. I only know their names and that's about it. I would appreciate some leads or a family tree that corresponds to them.

    My maternal great grandfather was Nicolas Alanis (b. April 1968) and his wife was Ygnacia L. (b. July 1861) (maybe Cantu). They were from Doctor Coss.

    Their children were: Jose H. Alanis b. April 1896, Francisca b. Feb 1899, and Aurora b. March 1900.
    This information was taken from a 1900 Census from Brownsville, Texas. My Grandmother was Francisca.

    I realize that you are very busy, but maybe one of your associates would be willing to help. I really don't expect to hear from any one. I truly hope so, though.

    Sincerely, Your cousin,

    Roxana Salinas Blanton

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