by Moises Garza

July 28, 2020

1829 Death Record of Joseph Luis Treviño
Last Names of Nuevo Leon

This is the November 21, 1829 death record of Jospeh Luis Treviño who died in Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico. He is my 5th great grandfather.

This record indicates that he was sixty nine years old when he died thus palcing hsi birth year asabt 1760. The record also indicates that he was married to Maria Estefana Cuellar.

From other records we know that he was the son of Jose Marcelino Trevino and Maria Isabel Trevino.

His wife Maria Estefana de Lizarraras y Cuellar was the daughter of Jose juan Francisco Cuellar and Ana Maria Gutierrez de Castro.

Transcription of Death Record

N. 138
[?] Trevi-
[?]a de
[?] pesos

En el Campo Sto. de la villa de Mier en veintiuno de Nbre.
de mil Ochocientos veinte y nuebe yo el Presvitero - Felipe de
Jesus Cepeda Cura Ynto. de Dha di sepultura Ecia. Con
Entierro mayor Misa y bijilia procecion al Campo St. a Dn.
Luis Treviño de secenta y nuebe años Casado qe. fue con Da.
Ma. Estefana Cueyar. testo y dejo sien obejas pa. las Animas
en arrendamiento murio de fiebre y pa. qe. conste lo firme.

Felipe de Jesus Cepeda

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

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FamilySearch: Tamaulipas, Mexico, Catholic Chruch Records, 1703-1964, "México, Tamaulipas, registros parroquiales, 1703-1964," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 21 May 2014), Mier > Inmaculada Concepción > Defunciones 1767-1848 > image 269 of 634; paróquias Católicas, Tamaulipas (Catholic Church parishes, Tamaulipas).

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