by Moises Garza

February 27, 2020

Las Villas del Norte Community Tree

In this post, you will learn about Las Villas del Norte Community Tree, a genealogical database with over 185,000 names and how you can access it. It may just be what you were looking for to finding more ancestors.

This resource is Las Villas del Norte Community Tree. Basically, it is a database that contains over 185,000 names. I know that there are other familytrees/databases out there with even more names on them but the difference about this one is that this one contains a citation for every name and fact listed on it.

Citations are gold since they help you validate the information and also point you int he right direction as to where to find the original record.

Also, this database is curated by me personally and every day I work towards making it more accurate by correcting data, and by finding and merging duplicates manually.

The bulk of the people in this database are from South Texas, Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, and Coahuila. The further back you go in time you will also find people from Zacatecas, Jalisco, Mexico City, and Spain.

For now, the goal is to create one big family tree for South Texas and Northeastern Mexico but plans for the future are to expand slowly to other regions of Mexico and the United States as Las Villas del Norte grows in membership.

How to Access The Community Tree?

The best way to support our work, help this database grow, and access it is by becoming a member of Las Villas del Norte. Memberships start at $39.00 per year. That's only 11 cents per day! Plus you get a free eBook "The 1757 Censuses of Laredo, Dolores, Revilla, Mier, Camargo, and Reynosa", valued at $19.99, emailed to you.


After you become a member you can access our database here:

Other Benefits for Members Are

  • You get A Quarterly Newsletter
  • One Monthly Video Presentation
  • A Yearly Journal
  • Links to Hundreds of Genealogical Resources
  • 8 Module Course to Learn how to do Mexican Genealogy Research
  • and many other benefits

You also get access to all of our archives that include four past journals, over 20 newsletters, and over 60 recorded presentations!


I do hope that you become a member of Las Villas del Norte Genealogy Group so that you can get access to this database and all the resources that it has to offer.

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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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