by Moises Garza

August 3, 2013

El Nuevo Reino de Leon y Monterrey a Traves de 3000 Documentos
Last Names of Nuevo Leon

If you have not come across this book, El Nuevo Reino de Leon Y Monterrey A Traves de 3000 Documentos  (The New Kingdom of Leon and Monterrey through 3000 Documents) you are in for a treat.

This book was written by Israel Cavazos Garza back in 1998 it is the synopsis of 3000 documents from the Civil Archives of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.

This book covers all the civil archives found from 1598 to 1705. Many of my ancestors are listed there and I am sure that many of yours are also listed within the pages of this book.

This book will bring your ancestors to life and provide a small glimpse into their lives and occupations. It also contains a great deal of genealogical information.

You never know the clues that this book will provide you.

I always try and provide you with books that you can download but this one you actually have to find it at a library. Below are the cover and some links to help you find the book at a library near you.

Cover of El Nuevo Reino de Leon y Monterrey a Traves de 3000 Documentos

El Nuevo Reino de Leon y Monterrey a Traves de 3000 Documentos

 

 I hope that you check this book out since it is truly unique and its a treasure about our ancestors.

Where you can find this book:

  • WorldCat – Helps you find it in a library near you.
  • UTRGV – This university holds it in their archives.

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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. I miss el senor Cavazos Garza. I was lucky to have met him and to have purchased several of his books which included a set of 5 protologos covering documents from 1700 to 1801. Got a good insight on my ancestors comings and goings! Will see about getting a copy of this one. If not, will go to a library. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I LOVE THIS BOOK. I HAVE A COPY. THIS BOOK IS A MUST FOR BOTH ROOKIE AND PROFESSIONAL GENEALOGIST, BY STANDER, ETC. THE DOCUMENTS COVER EVERYTHING FROM RAMO DE CIVIL TO TIERRAS. YOU GET KNOW YOUR ANCESTORS BETTER, SOME WHOM HAD TO PROVE THEIR “ESPANOL.”

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