by Moises Garza

October 6, 2014

Last Names of Nuevo Leon

Dr. Chance gives a short overview of the History of Texas land titles. Moises talks about the volume 10 of The Families of Saltillo, Coahuila, The Vital Contribution of Texas in the Winning of the American Revolution, and the 1689 Church Marriage of Antonio Lopez Prieto and Maria Rodriguez de Montemayor in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.

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This is session number 17

Today’s main topic will be the Presentation by Dr. Chance titled “ A short History of Texas Land Titles”

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  1. What’s new at Family Search in regards to south Texas and northeastern Mexico genealogical records?

Family Search has updated the

Texas, Naturalization Records, 1906-1989

United States, GenealogyBank Obituaries, 1980-2014

  1. This week’s book

Families of Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico Volume Ten

  1. This Weeks Online Resource

The Vital Contribution of Texas in the Winning of the American Revolution

5. This week’s Ancestor Record

1689 Church Marriage of Antonio Lopez Prieto and Maria Rodriguez de Montemayor in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

  1. Upcoming Genealogical Conferences and Local Society Meetings

The Brownsville Historical Association will have their Genealogy Workshop this October the 11th.

The Rio Grande Valley Hispanic Genealogical Society meets every 3rd Sunday of the month at the Harlingen Public Library

The Nuevo Santander Genealogical Society out of Zapata County meets every first Saturday of the month at the Zapata County Museum.

Las Porciones Genealogical Society meets every last Monday of the month at 6:00 pm, don’t know the location

  1. A Short History of Texas Land Titles

Presentation by Dr. Chance titled “ A short History of Texas Land Titles”

Hard to listen to due to audio quality but it is very informative.

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    1. Each area is different. For Hidalgo county, they are online. For the Monterrey rea pre-1800’s they are on their online archives. I guess it depends on the area that you are researching.

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