by Moises Garza

May 3, 2018

Y-DNA Descendants of Pedro Salinas
Last Names of Nuevo Leon

This is the report of Y-DNA descendants of Pedro Salinas who was the husband of Angela Solis. Both of them are my 11th great grandparents. This couple he lived during the late 1500's and early 1600's.

This report created by Crispin Rendon indicates that the Y-DNA of Pedro is I-M223.

Introduction of Report by Crispin Rendon

This is what Crispin say about this report.

Crispin Rendon


Pedro Salinas and Angela Solis are my 10th great grandparents. They have 26,387 descendants in our kindred database. There are 12 FamilyTreeDNA matching results with the Salinas surname. Pedro Salinas is YDNA haplogroup I-M223. We have this from the family trees and YDNA test results of Inocente Salinas and Robert Salinas. They are the great grandchildren of Felipe Salinas and Maria Ignacia Alanis.

Get A Copy of the Report, Y-DNA Descendants of Pedro Salinas

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Here is the link to: De Leon and Leal

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Moises Garza

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  1. Looking at a family tree, if a person has a number by it, why can’t I find that number futher down the list. Can you help me with that?

  2. I have many comments, but at this time, I have a question: I have 5 generations of grandfathers, SALINAS, all born in Cadereyta Jimenez Nuevo Leon. If they don't show up as a founding family of Nuevo Leon in your research books, where are they originally from? Are they a " Shem Kenui" (hebrew for adopted name) or what happened there? adoptions, etc…. Salinas make a great population in Los Herreras and Cadereyta, etc, but where do they come from…. my Oldes Salinas ancester Cristobal dates back to early 1700s in Cadereyta, that is when the town began. But I hit a wall there. Can you help? I pay for your valuable time.

    Marcelo Salinas from Roma Texas. Family from1700s from Cadereyta to Mier to Roma, Texas

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