The Founding Families of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico and Their Descendants

In 1753 nineteen families settled in el Paraje del Cantaro, now ciudad Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico. This book is about those nineteen families and their descendants.

The idea for this book came about since the very first time I read the book “Mier En La Historia” by Maria Antonio Guerra. Mr. Guerra in his book provides a transcription to a document found in the Mier archives listing the 19 families that were to settle what is now Mier, Tamaulipas.

This interest grew over time since I am a descendant of almost half of the families mentioned and I knew that many other people are also descendants of them. My vision is to identify every descendant of these families.

This book is a start and even at 426 pages there is a ton of further research that has to be done. There were several families that I could not find anything for but I still listed them in the book since I felt that it would have had not been right no to list them.

Please note that an attempt was done to not list living people so please don’t expect to find descendants of theirs that are still living. Also if your family or ancestors are not listed it is because I have no information on them. If you would like for them to be included in future editions of this book send me their information so that I can research them and include them.

 

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In 1753 nineteen families settled in el Paraje del Cantaro, now ciudad Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico. This book is about those nineteen families and their descendants.

Table of Contents:

Here is the table of contents of this book so that you may know exactly which families were the founding families of Mier, Tamaulipas.

Introduction Pg. i
01 – Manuel Hinojosa and Ines de Chapa Pg. 1
02 – Jose Juan Bautista Chapa and Maria Rita Lopez de Jaen Pg. 51
03 – Ana Maria Guajardo and Jose Jacinto Peña Pg. 55
04 – Jose Francisco Antonio Guerra and Maria Ana Josefa de la Garza Pg. 85
05 – Francisco Javier Salinas and Maria Rosa Longoria Pg.113
06 – Jose Florencio Chapa and Maria Margarita de la Peña Pg.139
07 – Manuel del Bosque Pg. 147
08 – Jose Gaspar Garcia and Maria Gertrudis Barrera Pg. 150
09 – Jose Cristobal Ramirez and Matiana Hinojosa Pg. 174
10 – Jose Pedro Regalado de Hinojosa and Maria Catarina de la Peña Pg. 190
11 – Jose Joaquin Bazan and Maria manuela Gonzalez Pg. 201
12 – Jose Nicolas Antonio Gonzalez and Maria Ana Josefa de Garcia Pg. 206
13 – Jose Manuel Angel Hinojosa and Maria Juana Sanchez Pg. 310
14 – Jose Francisco Ignacio Gutierrez and Maria Matiana de Hinojosa Pg. 339
15 – Andres Garcia and Clara Maria Farias Pg. 343
16 – Jose Miguel Saenz and Maria Gertrudis Hinojosa Pg. 346
17 – Jose Peña and Maria Ana Antonia Lopez de Jaen Pg. 363
18 – Jose Bazan and Ana Maria Salinas Pg. 382
19 -Alonso Garcia Lugo and Maria Tomasa de la Garza Pg. 388
Index Pg. 389

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