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.
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Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, 1859-1962 >
Doctor Coss > Defunciones 1911-1940
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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
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