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This is the last eBook by Crispin Rendon on the Families of Lampazos, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Crispin thank you for all your hard work. Just in case that you have not gotten it here is more information on his free eBook on Lampazos de Naranjo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. This final Volume is number five.
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Description of eBook by Crispin
Volume four of five in this series contains marriage information from 500 marriage records found on film 605576 (matrimonios 1729-1867). These marriages occurred in the time span of August 13, 1830 to September 29, 1853. These marriages are found on images 358-445. Basic information from the marriage records is presented along with other information gathered in an attempt to present two generation descendant reports. Most of the non-marriage record information presented was gathered using the FamilySearch.org database index.
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I provided my name and email address and am trying to download the Families of Lampazos de Naranjo series. I have been unable to do so. I keep getting a forbidden message. How can I find out more about these books to see if they will be useful to me? I am interested in the very early inhabitants of Lampazos de Naranjo, the late between 1688 and 1750. I am looking for a connection between two people with the surname San Miguel.
I just updated the link so that you can download them. Here is a link to all five of them https://www.wearecousins.info/?s=families+of+lampazos
Thank you so very much. I am actually looking for births but this is also a wonderful resource. I sincerely appreciate those who put forth the effort to do this.
I am trying to find my real father’s family information. I have heard they came from Lampasos and his parent’s names were Nastor Sanchez and her last name was Cardenas probably came to Laredo, Texas during the early1900’s. Her father looked Indian and was 104 when he died. The family had 10 male children. My father’s name was Gregorio Sanchez.
My grandmother on mother’s side has a lot of history as her ancestors were Don Thomas Sanchez and Juan Jose Borrego. They came to colonize South Texas mainly the area of Zapata, Laredo, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon. Several lived in Lampazos so I know some of the ancestors. As far as my real father’s ancestors, I have very little knowledge of them because they are not recorded in Laredo’s genealogly.