Families of Vallecillo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume Two

Families of Vallecillo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume Two is out. Crispin Rendon just published it yesterday. If your family is from Vallecillo or it’s surrounding area make sure to get a copy of this resource.

Even if they are not, make sure to download this eBook, you never know your research may one day take you to Vallecillo and it is better to have it than to not. you have to always keep in mind that our ancestors moved constantly, at least some generations.

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Email From Crispin:

I have posted another free book online.

Families of Vallecillo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume Two


Happy Holidays,

Crispin Rendon


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If the download is not working then you will have to wait till next month to get a copy of this eBook. Sometimes the server where it is being hosted is maxed out on the allowed bandwidth for the month. So don’t just look at the eBook, make sure to download your own copy, if able to. Besides nothing in the internet is permanent.

Let me know of any finds that you do with the help of this book, leave you comments in the comment section of this page.

About Moises Garza

This blog is an attempt to document my family and make you aware of resources that I find. I also hope that with this blog I can network with other researchers interested in this region and connect with long lost relatives. To keep up to date with this blog follow us with RSS feed, Twitter, Facebook, or Google+. Contact me at moisesgarza@gmail.com

2 thoughts on “Families of Vallecillo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume Two

  1. Gina Szczesny

    This is great! Thank you for your hard work! My only comment is that Gaspar Franco, b. 1835 was married twice. His second marriage was to Longina Garcia Landa. She was the daughter of Atenogenes Garcia and Ma. Refugia Landa. Gaspar died around 1810 in Agualeguas and Longina died in my Great Grandfather’s (George Franco) in Crystal City, Texas in the 1930’s or 1940’s
    . This is the line from which I am descended.

    1. Moises Garza

      Email the author this information. I know he would add it to his database and future publications will surely include this information.

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