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Item #3074
GUERRERO: THEN AND NOW
MEXICO & LATIN AMERICA
Author: Jo Emma B. Quezada
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A Pictorial of the town of Revilla, later Ciudad Guerrero, Tamaulipas,
inundated by the waters of Falcon Dam in the early fifties, now
completely on dry land after recession of the lake waters.
Unfortunately this great commercial hub and home to many ancestors of
Hispanic South Texans could have been saved except for political
expediencies of the times. This edition of approx. 186 photos contains
about half of the photos in color. It has an introduction, a census
taken in July 18, 1757 by Captain Jose Tienda de Cuervo, and a street
map. San Antonio, 2001 1st Ed., 65 Pgs., PBQuantity:

Item #1065
APELLIDOS DE TAMAULIPAS, N. LEON, COAHUILA Y TEXAS
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Rodolfo González de la Garza
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Genealogical data on hundreds of surnames in Northern Mexico and
Texas. Section on Tomás Sánchez, Founder of Laredo, Texas, an
alphabetical listing of many of his descendants and their marriages,
other early settlers of the areas, the lines of the kings, ancestors
of King Ferdinand, much more. N. Laredo, 1980, 1st Ed., 351 Pgs.
SPTXT, PB.

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Item #908
BAPTISMS IN TAMAULIPAS, Cruillas: 1800-1821 & San Fernando de las
Presas:1810-1824
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Irma Garza Cantú
Price: $45.00
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Contains 902 baptismal entries in Cruillas and 1,067 in San Fernando
with separate indexes for both, extracted and translated by the
author. San Diego, CA 2005 privately printed 1st Ed., 304 Total Pgs.,
8 &1/2 x 11, PBQuantity:

Item #1053
BAPTISMS OF OUR LADY OF MONSERRAT CATHOLIC CHURCH, 1767-1799, Located
in Cruillas, Tamaulipas, Mexico
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Irma Garza Cantu Jones, et al
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Cruillas was founded by the José Escandón enterprise on June 16, 1765
with eight families from Cadereyta, five from San Fernando, two from
Salinas, one from Saltillo, and three soldiers. In 1854 Capt. Richard
King recruited vaqueros from drouth-stricken Cruillas to work at the
King Ranch. Many descendants still work and reside there. Contains
brief history. Most common names are Ayala, Barrientos, Cantú, Cruz,
Garza, de León, Durán, Galván, García, Gonzáles, Gutiérres, Herrera,
Leal. Longoria, Palacios, Peña, Quintanilla, Ramíres, Reyes, Rivera,
Rodrígues, Sánches, Silva and Villarreal, but many more.854 & index.
San Antonio, 2001 1st Ed., 171 Pgs. PB.Quantity:

Item #1115
CADEREYTA, (1635-1760), Su origen, Descendientes, y Vecinos que
Salieron a Fundar Texas y Tamaulipas
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Guillermo Garmendia Leal
Price: $40.00
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Includes the founding of Cadereyta in 1637, founding families in
1637-1638, descendants of the founders, the city councils of
1638-1735, Census of the villa and its jurisdiction in 1712, and
citizens who left in 1748-1766 to found the towns of Tamualipas, Etc.
Monterrey, 1993, 1st Ed., SPTXT, PB, 131 Pgs.Quantity:

Item #914
CAPT. BARTOLOME GONZALEZ & HIS DESCENDANTS
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Joel René Escobar Sáenz
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Capt. Bartolomé González was the founder of one of the González
branches of Nuevo León, Tamaulipas, Texas and the U.S. Southwest.
Other branches come from the González Hidalgo and González Paredes
clans. Bapt. Bartolomé arrived in Monterrey circa 1645 as a miner in
Valle de Los Salinas and was mayor of Monterrey in 1648. Two of his
sons kept the González name but three others took the Quintanilla
surname. Another excellent publication by the author. McAllen, TX 2005
1st Ed., 414 total Pgs. 8 &1/2 x 11, HB.Quantity:

Item #1114
CERRALVO, (1630-1760) Mas de 1,200 Vecinos, Desde su Fundacion Hasta
el Exodo a Texas y Tamaulipas
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Guillermo Garmendia Leal
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Alphabetical listings of settlers of Cerralvo from 1600-1760. Chapter
on penetration of northern Mexico area. Monterrey, 1992, 1st Ed.,
SPTXT, PB, 111 Pgs.Quantity:

Item #5061
EL MUNICIPIO DE LOS ALDAMAS, NUEVO LEON, SU TERRITORIO, SU GENTE
MEXICO & LATIN AMERICA
Author: J. Guadalupe Lozano Alanís
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A profile of the Los Aldamas municipality in Nuevo Leon. The
Municipality in Mexico includes not only the city but what would be
equivalent to a county in the United States. Los Aldamas is in
northeastern Nuevo Leon bounded by the state of Tamaulipas,and the
Nuevo Leon municipalities of General Treviño, Dr. Coss, China, General
Bravo, Los Herreras and Melchor Ocampo. The book is illustrated in
black and white photos, maps, etc. Reviews its social-political
history, geography, economic activities, social development, and
popular culture. Los Aldamas, N.L. Presidencia Municipal 1993 1st Ed.,
SPTXT, 260 Pgs., PB.Quantity:

Item #1090
FAMILIAS DE MONTERREY, TOMO IV, Familias del Valle del Guaxuco Hoy
Santiago y Allende, Nuevo Leon, 1660 a 1800
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Guillermo Garmendia Leal
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Focuses on Santiago in the Valley of Guaxuco near Monterrey. Includes
the descendants of Miguel de Montemayor and Monica Rodríguez, families
who appear in protocolos and other documents, families in the census
of 1745, and families who emigrated from the valley of Guaxuco to
found Tamaulipas. Format is descendancy charts and alphabetical
listings. Monterrey, 1997, 1st Ed. 176 Pgs. SPTXT.Quantity:

Item #1009
FAMILY HISTORY OF CAPT. MIGUEL SANCHEZ SAENZ AND HIS DESCENDANTS
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Joel René Escobar y Sáenz
Price: $130.00
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Another massive Escobar project this time on his Sáenz ancestors,
initiated when he found that his paternal and maternal Sáenz lines
were related when the two lines joined with the third generation of
Miguel Sánchez Sáenz' descendants. The author found that these
ancestors belonged to the Mier Jurisdiction at the time Jose de
Escandon established the border settlements. Good fortune came in that
the Mier records were intact and had been microfilmed by the Mormons.
The unlucky side was the records of Ciudad Camargo, where many books
are missing and where many entries were brief omitting the parents of
the marrying couple. Escobar has pieced together the Sáenz family of
Nuevo León, Tamaulipas and present day Texas. This is not a complete
history due to missing records as noted including those of Cerralvo,
Nuevo León. Some churches have not permitted microfilming by the
Mormons and the author filled in many gaps with the help of other
researchers who contributed their family trees. Includes Color and B&W
photos, & Supplement. Shipping is $ 8.25, ($ 2.75 Reg +$5.50 xtra).
San Antonio, TX 2002 1st Ed., 477 Pgs., 8 &1/2 by 11 size,
HB.Quantity:

Item #972
FUNDADORES DE LINARES
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Guillermo Garmendia Leal
Price: $45.00
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The latest work by the prolific genealogist from Monterrey, Mexico.
Chapter I is Diversos Eventos(Diverse events), Chapter II is
Testamentos, (Wills) 1702-1757, Chapter III is Familias de Linares,
1712-1748, Chapter IV is Padron (Census) de Linares de 1764, Chapter V
is Obispado (Bishopric) of Linares 1779, Chapter VI is Gral. Fernando
Sanchez de Zamora, and Chapter VII is Fuentes (Sources) of
Information. Appendix I lists families who went to Tamaulipas.
Hidalgo, TX 2004 1st Ed., 173 Pgs., Spanish Text, 8 &1/2 x 11, PB.
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Item #854
HERENCIA MESTENA, Un Reecuentro con la historia del rancho San Rafael
de las Tortillas, Guerrero, Tamaulipas
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Mario Manuel Escoto Santoyo
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HEADLINER – ''WHAT'S NEW'' BOOK
A very thorough and comprehensive narrative of this once thriving
community near Guerrero, Tamaulipas. Contains history, many photos,
illustrations, and genealogies of the inhabitants. Over a ten year
period, The author, a veterinarian, compiled documents, visited
archives, interviewed persons, traveled many highways and knocked on
doors to chart the cultural roots of this Pueblo. Monterrey, 1998
Universidad Autonoma de Monterrey, 1st Ed., 5&1/2 x 81/4, Spanish
Text, 302 Pgs., PB.Quantity:

Item #2136
JOSE DE ESCANDON, Colonizer of Nuevo Santander
THE SPANISH COLONIAL PERIOD
Author: Hubert J, Miller
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One of the great figures of 18th century Mexico. Founder of the
Spanish province of Nuevo Santander which later became Tamaulipas.
Founded 200 towns, 18 missions. Edinburg, 1980 1st Ed., PB, 39
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Item #24153
KEEPERS OF THE WILDERNESS
MEXICO & LATIN AMERICA
Author: Arturo Longoria
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Recounts a journey to southern Tamaulipas, Mexico in late 1998, a tale
of wilderness and people, and a search to discover the roots of our
behaviors to the land.A Journalist and teacher who has bemoaned the
loss of the South Texas brush country, Longoria introduces readers to
the lush, near-tropical vegetation of one of the remaining unspoiled
areas of North America. Number 15 in the Environmental Series. College
Station,TX, 2000 Texas A&M University Press 1st Ed., 115 Pgs.,6 x 9.
PB.Quantity:

Item #1131
LOS BENAVIDES de Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas y Texas, 1619-1910
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: José F. de la Peña
Price: $30.00
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Introduction, 156 genealogical entries, 154 on Benavides women.
Ventura, Ca., 3rd Ed., SPB, 66 Pgs.Quantity:

Item #1137
LOS FLORES de Revilla/Ciudad Guerrero, Tamaulipas
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: José F. de la Peña
Price: $30.00
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Contains 154 genealogical entries plus 158 on Flores Women. Ventura,
CA, 1996. 1st Ed. SPB, 50 Pgs.Quantity:

Item #1002
LOS GARZA DE REVILLA/CIUDAD GUERRERO Y CIUDAD MIER, TAMAULIPAS,
1753-1904
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Jose F. de la Peña
Price: $35.00
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The latest in a series of books by the author detailing another of his
family lines from this area. The sections describe the history of the
Garza name, marriages in chronological order for the period listed
with known children, Garza women of Revilla/Ciudad Guerrero, and Los
Garza of Ciudad Mier. Ventura, Ca, 2003 1st Ed. 64 Pgs.,
SWPB.Quantity:

Item #1127
LOS GUERRA, Coahuila, Tamaulipas y Texas 1602-1900, 2nd Ed.
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: José F. de la Peña
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Intro on Dionicio Guerra Gutiérrez & Vicente Guerra Cañamar. 78
genealogical entries, 61 on Guerra women, 241 entries on Guerras from
Ciudad Mier,169 on Mier women. Ventura., CA 2006, 3rd Ed.,65 Pgs.
SPB.Quantity:

Item #1130
LOS PENA DE NUEVO LEON, TAMAULIPAS Y TEXAS , 1754-1919
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Jose F. de la Peña
Price: $45.00
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Includes, The Peña Family-Revilla,(126 entries-119 on Peña Women)
Family Photo History and The Peña Family-Ciudad Mier, (237 entries-125
on Peña Women). These are chronological marriage extractions with
known children along with an introduction and the de la Peña family
history. 2002 5th Ed., Ventura, CA, 182 Pgs., 8 &1/2 x 11, with
indexes. SWPB.Quantity:

Item #1024
MARIN, NUEVO LEON, MEXICO: EXTRACTOS BAUTISMALES DE LA PARROQUIA DE
NUESTRA SENORA DE LA ASUNCION, 1815-1822
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Jose F. González et al
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The second installment by the authors on the baptismal records of
Marin. Marin is the cradle for many Martínez family members, for the
Hacienda de los Martínez de los Aiguales was established here by
Captain José Martínez, son of Ignacio Martínez and Isabel Flores.
Captain Martínez Married Ines de la Garza ( Daughter of Captain Pedro
de la Garza) and one of their nine children was Miguel Martínez,
founder of Revilla (Ciudad Guerrero),Tamaulipas). Contains
approximately 500 entries with a name index. San Antonio, 2002,1st
Ed., 129 Pgs., PB.Quantity:

Item #1056
MARIN, NUEVO LEON, MEXICO: EXTRACTOS BAUTISMALES DE LA PARROQUIA DE
SAN ANTONIO DE LOS MARTINEZ (1802-1814), VOL I
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Jose F. González et al
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Marin is the cradle for many Martínez family members, for the Hacienda
de Los Martínez de los Aiguales was established here by Captain José
Martínez, Son of Ignacio Martínez and Isabel Flores. Captain Martínez
married Inés de la Garza ( daughter of Captain Pedro de la Garza) and
one of their nine children was Miguel Martínez, founder of Revilla,
(Ciudad Guerrero, Tamaulipas). This parish functioned under the
jurisdiction of the parish of Our Lady of Salinas located in Salinas
Victoria, Nuevo Leon. Contains over 700 baptismal records taken from
the microfilm records of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints and includes an index. The title is in Spanish but the text is
English. San Antonio, 2001 2nd Ed., 113 Pgs. PB.Quantity:

Item #1079
MIL FAMILIAS DE TAMAULIPAS, NUEVO LEON, COAHUILA Y TEXAS, TOMO III
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Rodolfo González de la Garza
Price: $60.00
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Contains 7,000 entries with 859 branches explored of more than a
hundred surnames. Includes 88 pages on Alonso de Estrada with 115
surnames, 1,900 descendants of King Ferdinand the Catholic. A
connection is made from 1500 to 1580, from then descendants are listed
to about 1800, some to present. Also 40 pages on Joaquin Galan, with
49 surnames and 600 heirs, many to the present, info on the Galan land
grants. Much more in this long-awaited volume. Nuevo Laredo, 1998, 1st
Ed., SPTXT, 481 Pgs, PB.

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Item #2017
NUEVO LEON Y LA COLONIZACION DEL NUEVO SANTANDER
THE SPANISH COLONIAL PERIOD
Author: Israel Cavazos Garza
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A very good overview of the role played by the state of Nuevo León in
the colonization of Nuevo Santander (now the state of Tamaulipas)
Contains so many names it is almost a genmealogical work, and one
third of the book contains the name index. Monterrey, Nuevo León,
Mexico, 2004 Reprint by the author, 224 Total Pgs., SPTXT, 5&1/2 x
8&1/4, PB.

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Item #3081
SAN IGNACIO, TAMUALIPAS, MEXICO, Its Origins, Its People, Its Legacy
MEXICO & LATIN AMERICA
Author: Joel C. Uribe Martínez
Price: $27.50
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San Ignacio, Tamaulipas is situated by the Banks of the Rio Grande
across from San Ignacio, Texas. Now a small villa time has not
destroyed its physical aspect & colonial spirit. A few families make
their living raising small herds of cattle, sheep & goats & fishing.
Includes roots & genealogy, El Martineño Ranch, La Alma Ranch, early
days. Laredo, 1999, 1st Ed., 54 Pgs., English Text, PB.Quantity:

Item #18527
TAMAULIPAS
MAPS
Author: Guia Roji
Price: $8.00
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State map in color with tourist information on cities and towns.
Foldout. Quantity:

Item #1112
TEXAS Y TAMAULIPAS (1748-1770), TOMO I (Las Villas del Norte)
Guillermo
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Guillermo Garmendia Leal
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Lists founders of northern Tamaulipas towns: Aguayo (Cd. Victoria),
Burgos, Camargo, Cruillas, Laredo, Mier, Revilla (Guerrero), Reynosa,
San Fernando, Santander (Jimenez), & Soto la Marina. Appendix included
on ancient names of towns and their modern names. Monterrey, 1991,1st
Ed., PB, PTXT, 253 Pgs.Quantity:

Item #1147
THE FARIAS CHRONICLES, A History and Genealogy of a Portuguese/Spanish
Family
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: George Farías
Price: $70.00
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Illustrated by Jack Jackson. Winner, 1995 Documentation Award by the
Webb County Heritage Foundation. A family history in two parts
combining history, genealogy and brief memoirs of the author. The
first part " The Ancient Family" describes the origin of the name, and
the five root branches originating in Portugal. Included are
Portugal's heroic defenders, Nuno Goncalves de Faria and his son
Goncalo Nunes; Pedro de Faria, Governor of Malacca and his relative,
the merchant-pirate Antonio de Faria, a swashbuckling adventurer who
lived a fascinating life and died in a tragic treasure raid on ancient
Chinese royal tombs. This part concludes with notes on other family
members who have some claim to fame.

In the second part titled, "The Modern Family" the author's branch is
described dating back to 1777 when his earliest known ancestor, Jose
Antonio Farías, appears at Presidio del Rio Grande de San Juan
Bautista, now Guerrero, Coahuila, Mexico. Jose Antonio's wife was
Catarina Rodríguez and they are known to have had three sons and a
daughter. One son, Jose Andres Farías, came to Laredo on the Rio
Grande about 1798 to command the Spanish colonial garrison there as a
member of the Third Flying Cavalry Company of Nuevo Santander. His
marriage to Guadalupe Sanchez, a granddaughter of Tomas Sanchez, the
founder of Laredo, marked the beginning of the Farias family in this
future border city. A Chapter is included on the Martínez clan, the
author's maternal line, with descent from Teniente de Capitan Miguel
Martínez, one of the founders of Revilla (Ciudad Guerrero) Tamaulipas.
Other related lines are Benavides, Fernández, Almazán, Marulanda, de
las Fuentes, Gutiérrez, Salinas, and de la Peña.

Jose Andres Farias became mayor of Laredo, was commended by Simon
Herrera for his military leadership against the insurgents in the
Mexican War for Independence, and later commended also by Joaquin de
Arredondo when he led the Royalist volunteers from Laredo to the
Battle of Medina near San Antonio which crushed the army of the First
Texas Revolution. Many of Jose Andres' descendants served as military
officers and public officials. Along with others who were ranchers and
merchants, they helped forge the great state of Texas out of a wild,
primitive, and sometimes lawless frontier.

Diane Reid Elliott of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville wrote
in the April 1997, Southwestern Historical Quarterly, "What a
delightful surprise to open a book such as this, expecting to find a
detailed genealogy meaningful only to a particular family, and to
discover instead tales of castles, pirates, adventures in the South
China sea and the Texas frontier, along with names like Vasco Da Gama,
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, Ricardo Montalban and Federico Peña….
This makes for interesting reading for anyone intrigued by the history
of Portugal or the Mexican-American borderlands as well as members of
the family." Limited 1st Ed. signed by the author. 12 Jackson Illus/
Maps. Edinburg, Tx, 1995 , 8 pgs CP, 32 B&W, HB, 298 Pgs.,

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Item #846
TLALCOYOTE
THE SPANISH COLONIAL PERIOD
Author: Ernesto Uribe
Price: $35.00
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This is the hardcover version of item # 845 described previously.
Although a novel it is based on the fascinating true story in Spanish
Colonial Texas history of a young man from Revilla in the state of
Tamaulipas, Mexico who is kidnapped by Comanches and forced to survive
violent cultural changes. It is well researched and written by our
good friend Ernesto Uribe,(Inset) who grew up on horseback, popping
cattle out of the brush on a South Texas Ranch where his family has
raised beef since 1755. A Laredo, Texas native he went to Texas A&M
University on a track schlaership and holds a master's degree from
that institution. He retired from The Unites States Information Agency
as a foreign- service officer to write fiction full-time.
Philadelphia, PA 2001 X-Libris Corporation 1st Ed., 299 Pgs., HB.
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Item #1038
WITH ALL ARMS, A Study of a Kindred Group
RARE & ONE OF A KIND
Author: Carl L. Duaine
Price: $135.00
Shipping: $6.50
This classic work has become the "bible" for persons who have roots in
Northern New Spain ( Texas, Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, and Coahuila).
Recently after an extended search Borderlands Book Store was able to
locate what appears to be the last available lot of this out of print
book. What began as a research project by Duaine on the family history
of his mother, the daughter of Juan Rios and Macedonia Ramirez-both
from Mier, Mexico, led ultimately to a genealogical/historical work on
the first permanent settlers in northeastern Mexico. Encompassing over
a quarter century of research, compilation and writing, Duaine
produced a benchmark publication considered basic now for research in
Hispanic genealogy of families originating in this area. Duaine
discovered, as other have, that many families who settled along the
Rio Grande were related to one another and that his grandmother's line
tied in with hundreds of other regional descendants, a result of
intermarriage between the 150-200 families who first settled the
Monterrey/Saltillo region.
The book contains chapters on these core families, the Carvajal
interlude, Diego de Montemayor and Monterrey, Alberto del Canto and
Saltillo, and the founding of Ciudad Mier. Sources came from many
civil and church documents found in Tamaulipas, Nuevo León, Coahuila,
Durango and Zacatecas. Researchers will find themselves referring to
this work constantly as they find new family connections.
This lot of books is new and its covers and pages are in good
condition. Due to extended storage some page edges at the top and/or
bottom have slight spots. The price has been adjusted for these
blemishes. Those in the best condition will be selected for first
buyers. Copies are limited, so order now. Shipping is $6.50 ($2.75
regular plus $3.75 extra). Edinburg TX, 1987 1st Ed., 8 & 1/2 by 11
size, 347 Pgs., HB.NOTE-SEE ITEM # 971 IN "HISPANIC GENEALOGY" FOR 2ND
REVISED EDITION 2004.Quantity:

Item #971
WITH ALL ARMS, A Study of a Kindred Group
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Carl L. Duaine
Price: $65.00
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Edited by Laurence A. Duaine. This classic work in Hispanic
genealogy(1st Ed, 1988) has been revised and edited by Alan Duaine,
the author's son with minor corrections while retaining the original
text. The index has been significantly expanded to record all names
mentioned in the text, with the bibliography similarly extended. Noted
historian and illustrator, Jack Jackson from Austin, Texas, has
contributed 15 masterful and dramatic pen and ink sketches. A major
objective of this edition has been to make it available and affordable
to new generations of readers and researchers.
With All Arms has become the "bible" for persons with roots in
Northern Mexico. Duaine found-in the study of the ancestry of his
mother, the daughter of Juan Rios and Macedonia Ramírez, both from
Mier, Mexico-that many of the families who settled along the Rio
Grande were related and that his grandmother's line tied in with many
of the 150-200 families who settled New Spain's Northeastern Frontier.
Major sources for the study came from civil and church records in
Texas and Tamaulipas, Nuevo León, Coahuila, Durango and Zacatecas in
Mexico. Austin, Texas 2004 Las Animas Press, 2nd Ed., 404 Pgs.,(with
dust jacket) 8 &1/2 x 11 size, HB. Quantity:

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