by Moises Garza

April 22, 2021

Patriots from the Barrio
Last Names of Nuevo Leon

In this episode, Welester Alvarado and I talk to Author Dave Gutierrez about his book “Patriots from the Barrio” and how genealogy was instrumental in his research. We also discuss military research and his upcoming book.

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Moises Garza

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  1. It is great for one to know how his family tree started- I myself have traced back my great Grandfather and Grandmother from Durango Mexico .

    Further research should take me somewhere to Spain where our last name originated " Soria Spain".

    I hope that that book "Patriots from the Barrio" by Dave Gutierez covers Military History of
    all the young Hispanic men and women who have served in our Armed Forces of America.
    Many of us have even made 20 yrs. career and more in the service of the United States and
    are well decorated -We must toot our own horn. One of my cousins won the Medal of Honor
    in Korea 1951.

    I myself served as a combat Rifleman with an Infantry Unit in 1950 in Korea- and as
    a Combat Engineer in Vietnam with the First Air Cav Div.

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