by Moises Garza

June 21, 2018

Facebook Groups for Las Villas del Norte
Last Names of Nuevo Leon

Las Villas del Norte Genealogy Group is hosting Facebook Groups for Las Villas del Norte, If you don’t know, that is the name that the towns of Laredo, Revilla, Mier, Camargo, and Reynosa used to be known as.

The purpose of these groups is to bring people together that have ancestors that settled and or lived in these villas and it’s surrounding jurisdictions.

It is a perfect way for readers and members of We Are Cousins can network with each other and meet distant cousins.

If you do join please join with a mentality of sharing and helping others out in their research. Rember to not just take but also give back to the community.

Giving back can be as simple as posting a link or mentioning to a resource that can be helpful to others.

With that said, these groups are free and anyone can join but please make sure you have ancestors in the villas that you join.

Here are the FREE Facebook Groups for Las Villas del Norte

Click on any of the villas that your ancestors lived and request to join the group.

Laredo, Texas (Genealogy and History)

Guerrero (Revilla), Tamaulipas (Genealogy and History)

Mier, Tamaulipas (Genealogy and History)

Camargo, Tamaulipas (Genealogy and History)

Reynosa, Tamaulipas (Genealogy and History)

Become a Member of Las Villas Del Norte Genealogy Group

If you have ancestors in any of the above-mentioned villas then this group is perfect for you. They have over 40 recorded presentations. Also, access their Genealogy How to Videos, journals, newsletters, and books.

You can become a member here:

Books that May Interest You

These are books that I have created that may be of interest to you.

Book on the 1757 Censuses of Las Villas Del Norte

Reynosa Church Baptism Records 1800 – 1912

The Founding Families of Revilla and Their Descendants

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


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About the author 

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

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