[Genealogia.org.mx] 13996 Re: Segun yo, estas son las Novedades Editoriales de Genealogia (y algunas ya no tan novedosas publicaciones)

Estándar
Perdón por la pregunta, quizá no he leído bien, pero no me queda claro donde se pueden adquirir estas publicaciones. Me parecen muy interesantes.
 
Gracias,
 
Beatriz
 

 

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Item #1058
1910 U.S. CENSUS, ZAPATA COUNTY, TEXAS
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Jo Emma B. Quezada
Price: $32.50
Shipping: $3.25
Transcription is by name, relation, marriage status, place of birth,
occupation & date of immigration. Analysis of population by town/
ranch. Name index. San Antonio, 2000, 1st Ed., 134 Pgs.,
PB.Quantity:

Item #1023
1799 CENSUS OF VILLA DE SAN JUAN BAUTISTA DE CADEREYTA DEL NUEVO REINO
DE LEON, Present Day Cadereyta Jimenez, N.L.
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Zelma Murphree
Price: $35.00
Shipping: $3.25
Extracted and input by Zelma Murphree, with assistance from Eliseo
Martínez and Raul Guerra. The census includes 15 ranchos and haciendas
in the municipal area and lists 741 families in each homestead
indicating whether they are of Spanish or caste origin without
detailing the caste. Contains a total of 105 census pages and a 28-
page name index. Cadereyta was founded on March 12, 1637 by don Luis
de Zuñiga y Almaráz. San Antonio, 2002 1st Ed., 33 Pgs.,
PB.Quantity:

Item #849
1828 CENSUS OF ABASOLO AND THE HACIENDAS OF SARDINAS, SANTA GERTRUDIS,
AND MENCHACA, COAHUILA, MEXICO
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Rolando Lara, et al
Price: $25.00
Shipping: $3.50
HEADLINER – ”WHAT’S NEW” BOOK
With Mickey Garcia.. Conmsists of 3, 076 persons located in 627
residences, 2232 in Abasolo, 456 in Sardinas, and 388 in Santa Gertrus
and Menchaca. Columns are Family Surname, First Name, Marital Status,
Age and Date born. With index. San Antonio, 2007 Los Bexareños
Genealogical Society 1st Ed., 8&1/2 x 11, 127 Pgs., PB.Quantity:

Item #1057
1860 U.S. CENSUS, ZAPATA COUNTY, TEXAS
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Jo Emma B. Quezada
Price: $27.50
Shipping: $3.25
This is the first census of Zapata as a separate county since it was
formed in 1858. The county at the time had a population of 1,247
persons. The census was enumerated by Jack R. Everett from August 11
through August 17, 1860. Transcribed by name, age, sex, occupation,
and place of birth such as Mexico or Texas. Tables summarize census by
place of birth, occupation, and population by town or ranches. Name
index is included. San Antonio, 2001, 1st Ed., 45 Pgs.,
PB.Quantity:

Item #998
1875 CENSUS OF THE MUNICIPALIDAD DE NAVA, Located at Present Day Nava,
Coahuila
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Donald May
Price: $27.50
Shipping: $3.25
Nava is a municipality located between Piedras Negras and Allende in
Coahuila. The Villa was founded February 21, 1801 but had previously
been a settlement called Mota de San Andres. The census lists First
Name, Surname, Age, Marriage State, Profession and ability to write.
Contains 1,217 entries, with index.
San Antonio, TX, 2004 Los Bexareños Genealogical Society 1st Ed.,
Privately published. 41 Pgs. 9.* &1/2 x 11, PB
Quantity:

Item #876
1875 CENZO DE GUERRERO, COAHUILA
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Donald May
Price: $20.00
Shipping: $3.25
HEADLINER – ”WHAT’S NEW” BOOK
Census of Guerrero, Coahuila formerly known as Mission and Presidio
San Juan Bautista, located about 30 miles from Piedras Negras.
Contains first name, surname, age, status (single or married), trade
or profession in some cases, and knowledge of writing. With index. San
Antonio, 2007 Los Bexareños Genealogical Society 1st Ed., 66 total
Pgs., 8 & 1/2 x 11, PB. Quantity:

Item #875
1875 CENZO DE PIEDRAS NEGRAS, COAHUILA
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Donald May
Price: $20.00
Shipping: $3.25
HEADLINER – ”WHAT’S NEW” BOOK
Piedras Negras, Coahuila is opposite Eagle Pass on the Rio Grande.
Contains first name, surname, age, status(married or single) trade or
profession(in most cases), with index. San Antonio 2007 Los Bexareños
Genealogical Society 1st Ed., 72 Pgs., 8 &1/2 x 11, PB.Quantity:

Item #848
1875 CENZOS DE VILLA DE FUENTE, COAHUILA, GIGEDO, COAHUILA, Y VILLA DE
ROSALES, COAHUILA
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Donald May
Price: $22.50
Shipping: $3.50
HEADLINER – ”WHAT’S NEW” BOOK
Contains columns showing First Name, Surname, Marital Status,
Profession, Age, and Writing Ability. Villa de Fuente has 13 pages-5
for index, Gigedo has 10 pages-4 for index, Villa de Rosales has 18
pages-7 for index. San Antonio, 2007 Los Bexareños Genealogical
Society 1st Ed., 8&1/2 x 11, 57 total Pgs., PB.Quantity:

Item #1060
1880 U.S. CENSUS, ZAPATA COUNTY, TEXAS
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Jo Emma B. Quezada
Price: $35.00
Shipping: $3.00
A series of transcriptions by the author, a by-product of assisting
her husband J. Gilberto Quezada with his book Border Boss, Manuel B.
Bravo and Zapata County, a biography of her grandfather. Transcription
is by name, sex, relation, place/date of birth, place of birth of
parents, and occupation. Includes a name index. San Antonio, 2000, 1st
Ed., 138 Pgs., PB.Quantity:

Item #993
1882 CENSUS OF THE VOTERS OF THE MUNICIPALIDAD DE PARRAS, Located at
Present Day Parras de la Fuente, Coahuila
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Donald May
Price: $27.50
Shipping: $3.25
Parras was first settled in 1578 but oficially founded on February 18,
1598 when Captain Anton Martin Zapata and Juan Agustin Espinosa S.J.
brought Tlaxcaltecan families to the area. in 1789 Parras was
separated from Nueva Vizcaya and became part of Coahuila. Today it has
a population of 43,244.The census lists first name, surname, age,
marriage state, profession and ability to write. San Antonio, TX 2004
Los Bexareños Genealogical Society 1st Ed., 25 Pgs., 81/2 x 11, with
index.PB.Quantity:

Item #1059
1900 U.S. CENSUS, ZAPATA COUNTY, TEXAS
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Jo Emma B. Quezada
Price: $32.50
Shipping: $3.25
Transcription is by name, sex, relation, place of birth, age,
occupation & date of immigration. Population analysis of occupation/
year of immigration. Index. San Antonio, 2000, 1st Ed., 165 Pgs.
PB.Quantity:

Item #1055
1901 PARISH CENSUS OF SAN FERNANDO CATHEDRAL, Located in San Antonio,
Texas
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Edward Trevino, Jr.
Price: $27.50
Shipping: $3.25
This is an extraction of the original census in the archives of the
Catholic Chancery of San Antonio, (microfilm copy in San Antonio
Public Library 6th floor). The census has been reorganized in the
transcription by surname. A family number has been added to aid in
indexing though such a number is not in the original. 4,000 names
listed and the index provided further organizes the work. San Antonio,
2001 1st Ed.,229 Pgs., PB.Quantity:

Item #1069
1920 U.S. CENSUS, ZAPATA COUNTY, TEXAS
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Jo Emma B. Quezada
Price: $30.00
Shipping: $3.00
Transription is by name, relation, marriage status, place of birth,
occupation & date of immigration. Analysis of occupation & year of
immigration. Name Index. San Antonio, 2000, 1st Ed., 110 Pgs.
PB.Quantity:

Item #7046
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY
TEXANA & THE AMERICAN BORDERLANDS
Author: Frank Cusman Pierce
Price: $35.00
Shipping: $2.75
This history was first published in 1917 by the Collegiate Press,
George Banta Publsihing Company, Menasha, Wisconsin. Pierce was a
Brownsville attorney whose father had been the U.S. Consul in
Matamoros during most of the Civil War. The younger Pierce operated
the Rio Grande Valley Abstract Company and was a genealogist. His son,
General John Leonard Pierce, was one of the charter members of the
Lower Rio Grande Valley Historical Society. This revised and edited
edition by the Society includes titles to Chapters and an index, among
other inprovments. Edinburg, TX, 1998 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Historical Society Reprint, 225 Pgs., 6 x 9, HB.(ndj)Quantity:

Item #897
AGUALEGUAS CHURCH MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1821-1833
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Eduardo Javier Hinojosa González
Price: $35.00
Shipping: $3.25
Contains marriage records for the period extracted from microfilm of
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and compared to the
books published by SAGA, The Corpus Christi Texas Spanish American
Genealogical Society. Each entry (over 800)is detailed with sources
listed. Contains index. San Antonio, 2006 Privately published 1st Ed.,
135 Pgs., 8 &1/2 x 11, PB.Quantity:

Item #7076
ALAMO TRACES, New evidence and New Conclusions
TEXANA & THE AMERICAN BORDERLANDS
Author: Thomas Ricks Lindley
Price: $19.95
Shipping: $2.75
Foreword by Stephen Harrigan. Lindley, A former criminal investigator
for the United States Army, has diligently sifted through the
historical record of the Alamo conflict and has found some surprising
rew evidence. Lindley states that this book is not a popular history,
but rather methodical piece-by-piece dismantling of what we thought we
knew about the battle combined with convincing speculation about what
might have really happened. Illustrated and with index. Lanham, MD,
Republic of Texas Press, 2003 1st Ed., 386 pages, 5&1/2 x 81/2, Trade
PB. Quantity:

Item #2027
ALMONTE’S TEXAS, Juan N. Almonte’s 1834 Inspection, Secret Report &
Role in the 1836 Campaign.
THE SPANISH COLONIAL PERIOD
Author: Jack Jackson
Price: $49.95
Shipping: $3.50
Fearing that its northeastern territory in Texas would be lost to
North American colonists, Mexico sent Juan N. Almonte on an inspection
to determine the actual state of affairs- The last conducted by a high-
ranking Mexican official before revolution engulfed Texas. Upon his
return Almonte wrote a secret report of the measures necessary to
avoid losing Texas-a report that has been unknown to scholars and the
general public. It is presented here in English for the first time
along with more than fifty letters written by Almonte during the
inspection. This document offers crucial new insights on Texas affairs
and will change the way historians regard Mexico’s attitude toward the
foreign colonists and their revolution of 1835-1836. Illustrated with
12 figures and contains index. Another masterful work by Jackson.
Austin, 2003, 1st Ed., 503 pgs. HB.Quantity:

Item #934
AN ELEVEN GENERATION GENEALOGICAL ANCESTRAL REPORT OF GUADALUPE
AGAPITO MARTINEZ
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Guadalupe Agapito Martinez, et al
Price: $27.00
Shipping: $3.00
A computer generated genealogical chart from the files of Jerry
Benavides of HOGAR, the Dallas Texas Hispanic Genealogy Society. The
genealogical lines of Guadalupe A. Martinez are shared by many persons
primarily in Northern Mexico and South Texas who descend from the
pionerring families who first came to the ” wilderness” of the
Saltillo and Monterrey area. Texas was ” the Unknown land” then and
these first families would slowly move northward to be the first to
establish ranches and towns in what is now present day Texas. Contains
pictures of Martínez, Laurel and Guerra families and homes. Has index
and source references. San Antonio, TX 2005 Los Bexareños,
Genealogical Society 1st Ed., 146 Pgs., 8&1/2 x 11, HB.Quantity:

Item #1050
BAPTISMAL RECORDS OF THE PRESIDIAL COMPANY OF SAN ANTONIO, BUCARELI DE
LA BABIA, COAHUILA, MEXICO 1788-1823 And Baptismal Records of the
Following Haciendas located in the Vicinity of the Presidio la Babia:
Chapel of the Hacienda del Alamo, Chapel of the Hacienda del Carrizal,
Chapel of the Hacienda San Juan Bautista de Sabinas and Parish of La
Rosita Lampasos
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Jesse Rodriguez
Price: $27.50
Shipping: $3.25
This presidio was located some 50 miles northwest of the present city
of Melchor Múzquiz in Coahuila. After the presidio was closed due to
Indian depredations, the company retained its identity even after
their departure. Consists of 789 entries with an Index. Most common
names are Acosta, Aguilar, Alvarado, Arizpe, Ávila, Bósquez, Cadena,
Castañeda, Cervantes, Dávila, Elizondo, Escamilla, Espinoza,
Fernández, Flores, Galindo, García, Garza, Gómez, González(s), Guerra,
Gutiérrez, Guzmán, Hernández, Herrera, Jiménez, Longoria, López,
Maldonado, Martínez, Menchaca, Múzquiz, Olivares, Olvera, Pérez,
Ramírez, Ramos, Ríos, Robles, Rodríguez, Ruiz, Salazar, Salinas,
Sánchez, Santos, Talamantes, Torres, Treviño,Valdez, Váquez, Vidaurri,
Zepeda and Zuñiga. Many more. San Antonio, 2001, 1st Ed., 114 Pgs.,
PB.Quantity:

Item #1005
BAPTISMS 1832-1855 OF SAN JUAN DE MATA, LOCATED AT PRESENT DAY ALLENDE
COAHUILA.
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Angel Brown
Price: $40.00
Shipping: $3.50
Data input by Zelma Murphree. This small villa of some 20,000
inhabitants is located in the state of Coahuila, Mexico some 50 miles
southwest of Piedras Negras on the historic Camino Real. Originally
founded as Mission San Juan de Mata in 1699 by Diego de Salazar and
Francisco Hidalgo, it was officially established as a villa in 1827.
The name was changed to Allende in 1827 in honor of General Ignacio de
Allende a revolutionary hero of the fight for independence against
Spain. Contains 806 baptisms listed in 203 pages, and includes a 61
page name index. San Antonio,2003 1st Ed., 264 total pgs., 8 & 1/2 x 11
size, PB.Quantity:

Item #948
BAPTISMS 1884-1897 OF THE GRAYTOWN CHURCH NUESTRA SENORA DE GUADALUPE,
Located at Graytown (Present-Day Wilson County, Texas
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Oralia Galaviz Garcia
Price: $37.50
Shipping: $3.00
With collaboration by Doris Fischer and Janee Jennifer Garcia.
Contains over 1,300 entries of Baptismal records. This is the second
book by Los Bexarños Genealogical Society on Graytown records and more
are planned in a series for the future. Includes an index but only of
the person being baptized. These records contain the names of
descendants of many Canary Islands families as well as descendants of
early settlers of Bexar.In 1916 the Graytown Church was combined with
the church at Elmendorf. San Antonio, TX 2005 Los Bexareños
Genalogical Society 1st Ed.,183 Pgs., 8 &1/2 x 11, PB. Quantity:

Item #908
BAPTISMS IN TAMAULIPAS, Cruillas: 1800-1821 & San Fernando de las
Presas:1810-1824
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Irma Garza Cantú
Price: $45.00
Shipping: $3.50
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 #1040
BAPTISMS OF LA PARROQUIA DE LA VILLA DE GIGEDO 1853-1867, Located in
Present Day Villa Union, Coahuila, Mexico
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Angel S. Brown
Price: $45.00
Shipping: $3.25
The Mission Dulce Nombre de Jesus de los Peyotes was first founded in
1674 by Fray Juan Larios but the mission later closed. It was founded
again in 1698. The Villa of San Pedro de Gigedo was established August
19, 1749 due to Apache raids. Minerals were later found in the area. A
subsequent area mission San Francisco Vizarron de los Pausanes had
been founded in 1737 which was later incorporated into the Villa de
Rosales. Then two Villas were separate until 1927 when they were
combined as Villa Union. Population of Villa Union in 1995 was 6,228.
Contains 1,098 entries for baptisms that show date, person being
baptized, age, birthplace, parents, grandparents and sponsors
(padrinos). Includes name index. San Antonio,TX 2002, 1st Ed., 345
pgs., PB.Quantity:

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
Price: $40.00
Shipping: $3.25
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 #843
BAPTISMS OF PRESIDIO DE AGUA VERDE ( Coahuila, Mexico)
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Jesse Rodriguez, et al
Price: $25.00
Shipping: $3.50
HEADLINER – ”WHAT’S NEW” BOOK
With Dennis Moreno. Data is taken from the research of Gloria Cadena,
Mickey Garcia, and Eleanor Foreman. The Presidio de Agua Verde was
located on the San Diego River near its confluence with the Rio Grande
near Piedras Negras, Coahuila,founded in 1773 by Inspector General
Hugo Oconor. These records were found to be in poor condition but the
authors and researchers have endeavored to provide the best
transcription possible. There are 539 enries with index. San Antonio,
2007 Los Bexareños Genealogical Society, 1st Ed., 8&1/2 x 11, 122
Pgs., PB.Quantity:

Item #960
BAPTISMS OF SANTA ROSA DE LIMA CHURCH, MELCHOR MUZQUIZ, COAHUILA,
1805-1830
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Jesse Rodriguez
Price: $37.50
Shipping: $3.00
Melchor Múzquiz was established on the site of what originally was the
Presidio del Santisimo Sacramento located on the original Camino Real
running through Monclova and leading to San Juan Bautista Presidio and
Mission (now Guerrero Coahuila). Contains extracts of 1,199 baptismal
records. Includes 54 page index. San Antonio, TX 2004 Los Bexareños
Genealogical Society 1st Ed., 213 Total PGs., 8 &1/2 x 11, PB.
Quantity:

Item #988
BIBLIOPHILING TEJANO SCHOLARSHIP, Secondary Sources on Hispanic Texans
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Bruce A. Glasrud, et al
Price: $25.00
Shipping: $3.25
Written with Arnoldo de Leon, this is Occasional Papers No. 8 by the
Center for Big Bend Studies. The authors have compiled a thorough
bibliography of secondary works on Tejano scholarship-defined as those
academic works that have Texas as a focus, setting, or theme and have
Mexican-descent people as their subjects. A much needed reference tool
for academicians, researchers, and lay people alike. With handy author
index. Alpine, TX, 2003 Sul Ross State University, 1st Ed., 471 Pgs.,
6 x 9, PB. Quantity:

Item #945
BIRTHS OF SAN PEDRO DE LAS COLONIAS, COAHUILA (Registros Civiles)
1873-1884
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Frances Aguirre & Daniel Gomez
Price: $27.50
Shipping: $3.00
San Pedro de las Colonias was founded in 1870 and designated a villa
in December, 1873. Francisco Madero wrote his book , La Sucesion
Presidencial de 1910 here, and later became President of Mexico. The
town is located in the Laguna (Lake) district and is a very fertile
area with cotton as the main crop. Contains over 500 Civil births
recorded for the period with an index. San Antonio, Tx 2005 Los
Bexareños Genealogical Society 1st Ed.,,8&1/2 x 11, PB.Quantity:

Item #887
BUITRON FAMILIES, Laredo, Texas Abt 1910
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Yolanda Juarez Patiño
Price: $30.00
Shipping: $3.25
A book of descendant lists and related information about various
members of the Buitron family from laredo, Texas.
Surveys the descendants of Jose Ignacio Buitron, Dionicio Buitron,
Eustaquis Buitron, Gerardo Buitron, Hilario Buitron, Jose Buitron,
Martin Buitron, Miguel Buitron and Maria Felipa Guajardo, Miguel
Buitron and Maria Elegia Lopez, Quirino Buitron, Ramon Garcia Buitron
and Trinidad Buitron. With index, illustrated. San Antonio 2005
privately published 1st Ed., 101 Pgs., 8&1/2 x 11, PB Quantity:

Item #903
BUSTAMANTE, NUEVO LEON (SAN MIGUEL DE AGUAYO) MARRIAGE RECORDS AND
FAMILY INFORMATION, 1708-1832
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Elizabeth K. Butzer
Price: $35.00
Shipping: $3.50
Contains 1,124 Marriage entries with index for the period taken from
various sources. The author, a Research Fellow in Geography at the
University of Texas at Austin is the author of Historia Social de una
Communidad Tlaxcalteca:San Miguel de Aguayo (Bustamante, N.L.
1686-1820
(Saltillo, 2001). San Antonio, 2006 Los Bexareños Genealogical
Society, 1st Ed., 213 Total Pgs., 8 &1/2 x 11, PB. Quantity:

Item #1044
CARTAS PRIVADAS DE EMIGRANTES A INDIAS, 1540-1616
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Enrique Otte
Price: $40.00
Shipping: $3.50
A compilation of 650 private letters written by individuals to their
families during the period in Spain from the New World. This
correspondence was found by the author in the Archives of the Indies
in Seville. Covers a variety of subjects and includes separate name,
place and general indexes. The letters come from New Spain, Central
America, The New Kingdom of Granada, Quito, Peru, Rio de la Plata,
Venezuela, the Antilles, Hispaniola, Cuba, Jamaica and the
Philippines. Most come from New Spain and Peru. The general index
identifies places within these regions from where the letters
originate. Mexico City, 1996 Repr., 611 Pgs., SPTXT, PB.Quantity:

Item #865
CATALOGO DE PASAJEROS A INDIAS, SIGLOS XVI, XVII. XVIII, Volumen VI,
(1578-1585)
RARE & ONE OF A KIND
Author: Ma. del Carmen Galbis Diez
Price: $175.00
Shipping: $10.00
USED BOOK – CONDITION LISTED BELOW
The 6th volume in a series of eight(8) publihed so far by the Archivo
General de Indias. These eight volumes cover the 16th century and the
beginning of the 17th century in a task that began in 1930. These are
passenger lists that contain the geographical origin, marital status,
and parents of the passenger and sometimes the purpose of the trip.
Contains handy name index and index of ship’s captains. Seville, 1986
Archivo General de Indias 1st Ed., 839 Pgs., PB. Quantity:

Item #931
CATALOGO DE UN FONDO ECLESIASTICO MEXICANO, La Arquidiócesis de Mexico
1538-1911
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Oscar Mazín
Price: $125.00
Shipping: $7.50
This catalog facilitates access to the historical archices of the
Cathedral of Mexico, and in particular to one of its sections. This
volume brings to light 23 boxes of documentation previously overlooked
in earlier published works. These come from the diocesan secretariat
where copies were made of eclesiastical deliberations, related
correspondence, and the papers of instititions it sponsored such as
colleges and hospitals. Contains indexes of names, geopgraphical
areas, chronology and archival rolls, along with a diocesan
organizational chart and a foldout map. Mexico City, 2004 Centro de
Estudios de Historia de México Comdumex 1st Ed., 615 Pgs., 8&1/2 x 11,
PB.Quantity:

Item #1008
CATALOGUE OF THE SPANISH COLLECTION OF THE TEXAS GENERAL LAND OFFICE,
PART I, Titles, Unfinished Titles, Character Certificates,
Applications for Admissions, Register and Filed Notes, PART II
Correspondence, Empresario Contracts, Decrees, Appointments, Reports,
Notices and Proceedings.
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Galen D. Greaser
Price: $75.00
Shipping: $8.00
A two-volume work sold as a set. Excellent guide and summary to the
Spanish Collection documents to be found in the Texas General Land
Office, widely considered the most valuable and comprehensive source
of original documents on the settlement of Texas before 1836. The
Congress of the Republic of Texas instructed the first commissioner of
the land office, John P. Borden, to seek out empresarios and public
officials to gather the records, books, and papers pertaining to
public lands for safekeeping. The records originally were in a
confused state and commissioners traditionally had had to beg for
resources to organize, records, file, safeguard, translate and copy
them. In time the records were organized and indexes were made for
sections of the records. This, however, is the first comprehensive
catalogue. A “MUST”: item for libraries, historians and genealogists.
Contains name indexes. Austin, 2003, 1st Ed., 8 &1/2 x 11 size, Part
I, 344 Pgs., Part II, 276 Pgs., PB.Quantity:

Item #24545
CEDULARIO AUTOBIOGRAFICO DE POBLADORES Y CONQUISTADORES DE NUEVO LEON
RARE & ONE OF A KIND
Author: Israel Cavazos Garza
Price: $100.00
Shipping: $6.00
The first settlers of Nuevo Leon in making petitions for lands,
encomiendas of indians, etc. discussed their merits and deeds and thus
recorded information on places, founding of towns,,journeys of
discovery or pacification, military actions and personal data. After a
historical overview the author extracts portions of over 300
documents(Some Lengthy) that provide insight into the life,times and
families of these men. Contains indexes. Fine copy.Monterrey, Nuevo
Leon Mexico 1964 Gobierno del Estado de Nuevo León, 1st Ed.,257 Pgs.
6&3/4 x 9&1/4, PB.Quantity:

Item #1048
CENSUS OF REAL DEL SENOR SAN JOSE DE PARRAL, 1768 At Hidalgo del
Parral, Chihuahua
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Frances & Daniel Gomez
Price: $27.50
Shipping: $3.25
Rodrigo del Rio founded the first royal mine in the district, The Real
and Minas de Santa Barbara in 1567. The early mines produced low-grade
ores with some silver. This census records 1,504 households and the
name index contains 1,776 surnames. Thirty-one locations are
enumerated, mainly barrios, haciendas & ranches usually by ethnicity,
marital status, occupation & age of head of household. San Antonio,
2001, 1st Ed., 100 Pgs.,PB.Quantity:

Item #962
CENSUSES OF PUNTA DE LAMPAZOS, 1753 TO 1818, Located at Lampazos de
Naranjo, Nuevo Leon
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Frances Aguirre &Daniel Gomez
Price: $30.00
Shipping: $3.00
a short introduction and 1753 Census of Rancho del Carrizal, 1762
Census of four other communities, 1807 and 1818 censuses of 28
hacienda’s and ranchos. With good index. San Antonio, Texas 2004 Los
Bexareños Genealogical Society 1st Ed., 139 Pgs., 8&1/2 x 11, PB.
Quantity:

Item #18752
CIUDAD DE AGUASCALIENTES
MAPS
Author: Guia Roji
Price: $10.00
Shipping: $1.50
Metropolitan area city map in color with index of streets and
colonias. Foldout.
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Item #18751
CIUDAD DE MONTERREY
MAPS
Author: Guia Roji
Price: $11.00
Shipping: $1.50
Metropolitan area city map in color with index of streets and
colonias. Foldout. Quantity:

Item #2018
CONQUISTADORAS, Mujeres Heroicas de la Conquista de América
THE SPANISH COLONIAL PERIOD
Author: Carlos B. Vega
Price: $39.95
Shipping: $3.00
Contains biographies of women who helped shape new civilizations in
the Americas some 500 years ago. Though the exploits of the
conquistadores are well known little has been written about these
powerful and influential women and their remarkable achievements. The
book covers eight women in detail-María de Toledo, Beatriz de la
Cueva, María Arias de Peñaloza, Ana Francisca de Borja, Isabel Barrios
y Quirós, Isabel de Bobadilla, Francisca Pizarro and Leonor de
Alvarado- and more than 40 others, Spanish, Indian and Black, who held
a variety of leadership positions. The text is in Spanish and the book
a bit pricey but great information, index and bibliography. Jefferson,
North Carolina 2003 McFarland and Company, Inc. 1st Ed., 241 Pgs., 6 x
9, Trade PB.Quantity:

Item #892
DEATHS OF EAGLE PASS, TEXAS OUR LADY OF REFUGE, BOOK I, 1864-1907
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Armandina Galan Sifuentes
Price: $35.00
Shipping: $3.00
The author was born in Eagle Pass and this is the first book she has
contributed to Los Bexareños for publication. Contains an early
history of Our Lady of Refuge Church and the Del Rio Deanery. Contains
over a thousand death entries for the period with a handy index. San
Antonio, 2006 Los Bexareños Genealogical Society 1st Ed., 157 Total
Pgs., 8 &1/2 x 11, PB.Quantity:

Item #936
DEATHS OF IGLESIA DE NUESTRA SENORA DE LA ASUNCION, 1802 TO 1832,
MARIN, NUEVO LEON, VOl I
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Aida G. Martínez
Price: $27.50
Shipping: $3.00
Contains a brief history of Marin which is close to Monterrey, Nuevo
León. The death entries are transcribed in Spanish but are brief and
easy to read. Contains over 1200 entries and a handy index. San
Antonio, 2005 Los Bexareños Genealogy Society 1st Ed., SPTXT, 100
Pgs., 8& 1/2 x 11, PB.Quantity:

Item #24164
DEBRETT’S TEXAS PEERAGE
GENERAL GENEALOGY
Author: Hugh Best
Price: $40.00
Shipping: $3.50
USED BOOK – CONDITION LISTED BELOW
For 214 years Debrett books have been the blood-stock register of
Britains’ titled lords and ladies, Known to them as ” The Book.” This
work was commissioned to describe today’s patrician, though untitled,
Texans with an overview of their ancestors and forebears. Begins with
some of Texas’First First familes of Spanish descent, such as the
Curbelos, Roque de la Portillas & The Yturrias. VG/VGDJ Illustrated
B&W photos, with Index of Texas family names. New York, N.Y., Howard-
McCann, Inc. 1983 1st Ed., 385 Pgs. 7&1/2 x 9&1/2. HB. Quantity:

Item #1073
DESCENDANTS OF GREGORIO HERRERA, Born About 1720
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Yolanda Patiño
Price: $29.50
Shipping: $3.00
Gregorio Herrera was born in Monterrey, Nuevo León, México appearing
later in the 1777 census of San Carlos de Candela. He married Melchora
Ramón in 1751 in Punta de Lampazos, Nuevo León México. A descendant,
Blas Herrera, is known as the “Paul Revere” of the Alamo. Major
related lines are Cantú, Flores, Garza, González, López, Lozano,
Neaves, Patíño, Penaloza, Pérez, Sandoval and Villanueva. Another
great indexed family history work. San Antonio, 1999, 1st Ed.73 Pgs.,
PB.Quantity:

Item #1074
DESCENDANTS OF JOSE MIGUEL THEODORO PATINO
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Yolanda Patiño
Price: $32.50
Shipping: $3.00
José Miguel Theodoro Patíño born about 1720 in Guadalajara, Jalisco,
México appeared in the 1777 census of San Fernando de Austria. He
married María Josefa Flores de Valdéz a native of the villa de
Coahuila (Now Monclova). Some of the related surnames are Alejandro,
Algueseva, Brown, Butcher, Cadena, Castillo, Garcia, González,
Hernández, Martínez, Penaloza, Rodríguez, Sánchez, Valdéz, Woller and
Zamora. Good indexed family history. San Antonio, 1999, 1st Ed., 100
Pgs., PB.Quantity:

Item #889
EL MUY ILUSTRE AYUNTAMIENTO DE MONTERREY, 1596-1996
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Israel Cavazos Garza
Price: $45.00
Shipping: $3.25
Includes fifteen chapters on the history of the founding of Monterrey,
the first city council, the first building, subsequent buildings, etc.
The second half of the book is a listing of the city council members
from 1596 to 1996. Contains photos of mayors from 1812 forward and has
a name index. Monterrey, N.L. Mexico, 1996 3rd Ed., 155 Pgs., 8 & 1/2
x 11, PB. Quantity:

Item #896
EL NUEVO REINO DE LEON Y MONTERREY, A traves de 3,000 documentos (En
síntesis) del Ramo Civil del Archivo Municipal de la ciudad, 1598-1705
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Israel Cavazos Garza
Price: $75.00
Shipping: $5.00
An excellent work much in demand from the renowned professor and
scholar from Ciudad Guadalupe, Nuevo León, Mexico. Contains a summary
of over 3,000 archival doucments that profile activities of the civil
brasnch of the Monterrey Municipal Archives. Includes a wealth of
genealogical information with indexes. Monterrey, 1998, Congress of
Nuevo Leon 1st Ed., 497 Pgs., SPTXT, 8 1/2 x 11, PB.

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Item #922
ELIZONDO, Pobladores del Septentrión Novohispano
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Luis Lopez Elizondo
Price: $45.00
Shipping: $3.00
A long-awaited work by our colleague, Mr.Lopez Elizondo who has been
compliling this book on the Elizondo family for several years. This
the Spanish text of his book and he in working on an English version
for the near future. The book is done in generation sections up to the
current generations. Contains an Index. San Antonio, TX 2005 Privately
Published 1st Ed.,152 Pgs., & &1/2 x 11, PB.Quantity:

Item #24639
ESPAÑA Y MEXICO EN EL SIGLO XIX, TOMOS I (1820-1830), II (1831-1845) &
III Apendice Documental (1820-1845)
RARE & ONE OF A KIND
Author: Jaime Delgado
Price: $75.00
Shipping: $5.50
USED BOOK – CONDITION LISTED BELOW
A monunmental work on Spanish/Mexican history and relations during the
two and a half decades after Mexico won her independence from Spain.
With index of individuals, and illustrated with portraits.Prologue is
by C. Perez Bustamante, Fine copies showing slight age but unread as
pages are uncut. Madrid, 1950-1953, 1,493 Pgs, Spanish Text, 7 x 10,
Rustic PB.Quantity:

Item #873
FAMILY TREE BOOK ( The F.W. Seabury Papers)
HISPANIC GENEALOGY
Author: Joel René Escobar
Price: $140.00
Shipping: $10.00
HEADLINER – ”WHAT’S NEW” BOOK
BACK IN PRINT. This is the second edition of this very popular work
reprinted by author due to a high demand for this information. Francis
William Seabury was a prominent attorney and legislator in Brownsville
and Starr County. No one knows the reason why he accumultaed extensive
genalogical information on many of the families of the original
porciones. The Francis W. Seabury Papers are housed at the Center for
American History at the University of Texas at Austin. The Family Tree
Book contains genealogical information on 95 families and some related
information and illustrations. Includes a separate index. Excellent
and valuable work. NOTE-THIS PRICE WILL BE IN EFFECT UNTIL AUGUST 30TH
AT WHICH TIME THE PRICE WILL BE RAISED TO $ 150.00. McAllen, TX 2007
2nd Edition, CopyZone, Inc., 8 & 1/2 x 11 size, 538 Pgs., HB.Quantity:

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