1850 Baptism of Maria Dorotea Lozano Bosques

1850 Baptism of Maria Dorotea Lozano Bosques

This is the 1850 Baptism of Maria Dorotea Lozano Bosques who was baptized in Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe in Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. She is the 2nd great grandmother of my wife.

It is indicated in thsi record that she is the daughter of Justo Lozano and Gertrudis Vosquez.

She grows up to marry Jose Encarnacion del Refugio Perez who is the son of Jose Tomas Perez and Maria Francisca de Ayala.

Below is the transcription of her baptism and further down you will find a link to her marriage record.

Transcription of 1850 Baptism of Maria Dorotea Lozano Bosques


En la A. de Parroqa. de la Villa de N.L. de Guaxco. en 9 de Febo. de 1850 Yo
el Prabo. Narsiso Villar Cura Yto. de ella, Bautize solemnete. y puse los stos.
oleos y crisma a Dorotea de 4. dias de nacida hija lgma de Justo
Lozano y de Gertrudis Vosques: fueron sus P.P. Lucas Almaras y Leocadia
Morlaes a qnes. adverti su oblign. y parentco. esptl. y pa conste lo firmo

Nazario Villar

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If  is also one of your ancestors please let me know how you are related to him/her in the comments of this blog post.

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2 thoughts on “1850 Baptism of Maria Dorotea Lozano Bosques

  1. Belinda Del Bosque

    Hey ya! Mr Garcia, I see this names and variations of these names as I search. I wonder if in some distant way we are cousins. Ha! I am def a novice, any chance your wife (Bosques) would share her three so I might fast forward my meander? I’ll share what I have but it is not exact in any sense of the world. Would love to hear from you delbosquebe@yahoo.com. To be honest I’m not sure how trees (not yet anyway) are “Shared” except by making them public.

    Thank you,

    Belinda Del Bosque

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