Moises recaps the presentations that he attended during the 35th Texas Hispanic Genealogical, talks about his ancestors Juan Bautista Perez and Maria Guadalupe Lopez Prieto, Texas Almanac 2014 – 2015 , and U.S. Latino Patriots: from the American Revolution to Afghanistan.
This is session number 16
Today I am going to talk to you about the 35th Annual State Hispanic Genealogy Conference
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- This week’s Ancestor Record
1740 Church Marriage of Juan Bautista Perez and Maria Guadalupe Lopez Prieto in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
- This Weeks Online Resource
U.S. Latino Patriots: From the American Revolution to Afghanistan, An Overview
- This week’s book
Get the Texas Almanac 2014 – 2015 eBook for Free
- Upcoming Genealogical Conferences and Local Society Meetings
36th Annual Texas Hispanic Genealogical Conference will be in Laredo
Brownsville Historical Association will have their Genealogy Workshop this October the 11th.
- 35th Annual State Hispanic Genealogy Conference
I meet many We Are Cousins readers and listeners of this podcast. I also meet many people that are members of the community in person. Even meet one member of the Mexican Genealogy Academy. Had a ton of fun meeting all my primos.
The following are the presentations I attended:
Heard Clemente Rendon “Matamoros en la Historia”,
Manuel Hinojosa “Military in Texas”
Prof. Israel Cavazos Garza “La Capitulacion de Carvajal 1579”
Guillermo Garmendia Leal “Documetos Perdidos en los Archivos, como reemplazarlos”
Dora Villarreal “Ranchos Viejos: Preserving a Family Heritage”
Amancio Chapa “Historical Legacy of Juan Bautista Chapa With New information from Italy on His family history and the book “Da Albisola al Novo Regno di Leon”
Dorina de Alaniz Thomas “Hispanic Family Records”
Jose Sanchez “Tips and Instructions for Writing your family History”
Arturo Cuellar: FamilySearch “Pancho Villa”
Joseph e. Chance “Jose Maria de Carvajal: Merchant Wars”
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Hope that you had fun and until next time, God bless.