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1855 Death Record of Maria Paula Garcia

1855 Death Record of Maria Paula Garcia
This is the September 28, 1855 Death Record of Maria Paula Garcia who died in Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico. She is my 5th great grandmother.  Unfortunately this record has no names of parents or husband. it does provide a valuable clue, her age. With it we can state with confidence that she is the same Maria Paula baptized february 1, 1795 to…

1888 Death Record of Tiburcio Mendoza

1888 Death Record of Tiburcio Mendoza
Here is the December 15, 1888 Death Record of Tiburcio Mendoza who died in Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico. He is my 3rd great grandfather. This record indicates that Tiburcio was married to Lorenza Mireles. It does not mention the name of his father but that of his mother is Petra Ibarra. Another great thing about this record is that it mentions that he…

Reynosa Church Baptism Records 1800 – 1912

This book is an index of the Reynosa Church Baptism Records 1800 – 1912 that has over 15,000 entries. The purpose of this book and my hopes for it is that it makes it easier for you to research your ancestors from Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico. The interest for this index was a desire to research my wife’s ancestors. A little…

The Founding Families of Revilla and Their Descendants

The Founding Families of Revilla and Their Descendants
In 1750 thirty-nine families settled in the Northern Frontier of New Spain. That settlement became the Villa of Revilla. It later became Ciudad Guerrero, Tamaulipas, Mexico. This book is about those thirty-nine families and their descendants.Ever since publishing the book The Founding Families of Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico and Their Descendants I wanted to do a similar book about Revilla. The…

Padrones de Reynosa

Anthony Garza has published the 1828, 1841, and 1844 censuses of Reynosa in his latest publication titled “Padrones de Reynosa: Volume IV Reynosa Collection (Volume 4)”. As you know, there are not that many publications about Reynosa and this book is a great resource. Below is the description of this book by Anthony himself. This is the fourth volume of…

Censo de Reynosa 1890

In July Anthony Garza published another book about Reynosa and it is titled “Censo de Reynosa 1890: Volume III Reynosa Collection (Volume 3)”. This census is huge since it covers Reynosa plus 138 of it’s rural communities. At first glance the book is kind of confusing so make sure to read the Introduction to quickly learn on how it is…