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Genealogía de México 31525 Somos Primos January 2013 148th Online Issue http://www.somosprimos.com/sp2013/sp jan13/spjan13.htm

Estándar

http://www.somosprimos.com/sp2013/spjan13/spjan13.htm

Dear Primos:

May the new year bring cooperation, collaborations, and solutions to the many problems which the world faces. I hope that each of us will determine to do something within our area of influence to help.

The issue features an article which really inspired me. Published (1/4/2012) by Hispanic Link News Service, it is generously shared by Editor Charlie Ericksen. Written by José de la Isla, with photos by John Reed Brundage, it is a first hand witness to the effort of Mexican people to honor their dead, and let the world know the horror of what the drug war is doing to their country. It is the first article.

There are so many good works that we don’t hear about. I hope that each of us will determine to do something bold and dramatic, with kindness, like Elia Andrade’s project, Bordando Por La Paz, to increase understanding of what is happening in the world around us.

God bless, Mimi

TABLE OF CONTENTS Somos Primos January 2013 148th Issue

STREET BATTLES OF MEXICO’S INAUGURATION DAY AND THE PANUELOS

UNITED STATES
T’was 11 days before Christmas, around 9:38
The Congressional PRAYER CAUCUS
An Angel of God walked amongst us by Tony "The Marine" Santiago
Highlighting Hispanic Contributions to America
The Decades of the Hispanic by Daisy Wanda Garcia
Research on the Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Más Wired
Friends of the National Museum for the Latino Community
American Valor by Dr. Charles R. Roots Senior Pastor
"America Our Home," Linda Ronstadt album, Expressing Latino Pride in America
Two Legacies: How Blacks & Mexican-Americans Helped Shape Uni of Texas History
The 2013 Raza Peace & Historical Calendar
The Horrors of FEMA disaster ‘relief’; the glory of private efforts by Chuck Norris
Mourning in America, Layoffs We Voted For Last Night By Rusty Weiss
Businesses Who Have Announced Closings or Layoffs Since the election
Closing, Layoffs, and Shrinking Hours
More Layoffs, Closings, and Bankrupts
It is all about doing the math… I’m going to bite the bullet, too! by Oscar Ramirez
Opportunity And Wealth Remain In America, Not Europe By Matthew Melchiorre

WITNESS TO HERITAGE
Celebrating Juan Seguin
Tejano Vision: To teach mainstream Texas history in a seamless manner
from its discovery in 1519 to the present.
America’s Hidden Hispanic Heritage:Historical Evidence to Reconnect Americans
with their Hispanic Roots By Miguel Perez (2012)
Chinese-Mexicans celebrate repatriation to Mexico by Olga R. Rodriguez
Special Report: The Skeletons in Calderon’s Closet, November 29, 2012

ERASING HISTORIC REALITY
Ben Affleck’s Argo and the White-Washing of the Mexican-American
By Moctesuma Esparza
Arizona – The Alamo Revisited In Tucson Post by Rodolfo F. Acuña
Inside the Alamo: A Dispatch From Bexar County

HISPANIC LEADERS
Abel G. Rubio Dead at 82 August 13, 1930 – Died December 10, 2012
Jenny Dolores Rivera Saavedra, July 2, 1969 – December 9, 2012

NATIONAL ISSUES
Fracking shifts the global energy balance
When are we Going to Wake Up as a Nation and Protect Our Children?
by Dr. Ignatius Piazza
Massive Revenue Loss Follows California Tax Hike Vote

HEALTH ISSUES

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
Extractions from Exploring the Hispanic Paradox
Humboldt State University Launches Research Institute Devoted To Marijuana

ACTION ITEM
Enough is Enough:We Need Latinos To Play Latino Roles in Movies & on TV
By Kirk Whisler
The Beginnings of a New National Latino Theater Alliance By Oscar Basulto
Now Casting. . . Mexican-American Families Who Lead Fascinating, Exciting Lives

BUSINESS
Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez and the National Hispanic Business Women
Association Hold 4th Annual Latina Business Women Luncheon
NHBWA 2013 Educational Scholarship Guidelines
Google Launches Program to Offer Free Websites for Hispanic Small Business

EDUCATION
Remembering Armando Ayala, Ph.D.
For Young Latino Readers, an Image Is Missing
Dr. Thomas Carrasco, Chicano studies professor hired by CNN as a political
commentator by Emma Hermansson
Diana Hernández, recognized as outstanding leader by Jeanne Baron
Teacher test fraud opens the door to school choice in Arkansas
LEAD – HACU Presentation, Sunday Oct 21, 2012, Washington DC
California State University San Bernardino news.csusb.educ
President Morales named to 2013 AASCU Board of Directors, to chair in 2014

CULTURE
Landfill Harmonic –A Film About Inspiring Dreams, One Note at a Time
9th Symphony – Beethoven
Estampas de la Raza: Contemporary Prints, Romo Collection, McNay Art Museum
Flamenco por derecho, flamenco de raíz by Dr. L. Eve Armentrout Ma, Esq
Jesse Trevino," Los Piscadores"
Jesus Garza puts 1970’s Chicano civil rights back in the spotlight

LITERATURE
Latino Literacy Now
Somos en escrito by Armando Rendon
Translating Needs?
Ernest Hemingway sobre temores en la vida y cómo enfrentarlos

BOOKS
¿Has Visto a Maria? by Sandra Cisneros
Clay Hills and Mud Pies, by Annie Mary Perez
Chicken Beaks, Growing Up Hispanic by Ben Romero
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
In Defense of My People, Alonso S. Perales and the Development of
Mexican-American Public Intellectuals
The Distance Between Us: A Memoir”

LATINO PATRIOT
No Reversal for Peralta Family
New national monument honors military service dogs
Flag Etiquette
Boot-Buying NRPD Cop Larry DePrimo
Wintergarden area, December 6-8, 1941 by Richard G. Santos
Hispanic Collaboration with Travis County Sheriff for Memorial Monument, Austin
Staying in Touch with Friends by Joe Sanchez

EARLY LATINO PATRIOTS
America’s Spanish Savior: Bernardo de Gálvez by Barbara A. Mitchell
Galvez Statute
Read All About It, Third In A Series by Joe Perez
Canary Islanders approved by the SAR
Order of the Founders of North America 1492-1692
New Mexico Society of the Sons of the American Revolution

SURNAMES:Ramirez-Salinas Family Reunion

DNA: Feb 23, 2013, New Mexico DNA Project & Iberian Peninsula DNA Project

CUENTOS
Act of Kindness by Ben Romero
On the Bluffs of Boyle Heights and Along the Flatlands

FAMILY HISTORY
Two National Conferences Merge For One Great Family History Event
Registration is Now Open for the 2013 Jamboree Extension Webinar Series
Family Search, New Records Added for Brazil, Chile, Italy, and Spain

WESTMINSTER, CA, an ALL-AMERICAN CITY

ORANGE COUNTY, CA
January 12: SHHAR Meeting, Don Garcia, Doing Hispanic Research on the Internet
2013 Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Calendar of Speakers
Southern California Genealogical Society online library catalog
Memories of Mexican Schools" on exhibit until April 12, 2013

LOS ANGELES, CA
Morin Memorial Square in East Los Angeles
LatinoLA Expanding its outreach
Archive News – Chicano Studies Research Library at UCLA
CABE 2013 is February 13-16, 2013, in Long Beach.

CALIFORNIA

Reenactment of the Dec 6, 1846, Battle of San Pasqual
Seeking Descendents of Signers of the First California Constitution, Galal Kernahan
Stepping Stones through Genealogy by Sylvia N. Contreras
Remembering Juana Briones California Pioneer by Lorraine Frain
San Francisco Genealogy
Pioneers of Riverside CO: Spanish/Mexican/Early American Periods by Steve Lech

SOUTHWESTERN US
Wickenburg Hispanic Pioneer Families Book

Friends of the San Pedro: The Boquillas land grant and evictions of 1906
Nuestro Rio’s websites in English and Spanish
Historical Society of New Mexico, New Mexico Historical Notebook
Time for the Federal Government to Return Land Taken from the Western States

MIDDLE AMERICA
Researcher unveils Latino history in Illinois dating back to 1880
A Wicked War: Polk, Clay, and the 1846 U.S. Invasion of Mexico
by Amy S. Greenberg
Ducks, Decoys, and Decimas: A new exhibit to uncover Isleños culture
Plazas and Power: Canary Islanders at Galveztown, an Eighteenth-Century Spanish
Colonial Outpost in Louisiana

TEXAS
Portrait of Spain: Masterpieces from the Prado at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Heaven and Earth Exhibit of Fidencio Duran
Austin Hispanic Almanac
Unprecedented Chicano/a-related archiving project in Houston, Texas
Reenactment Preparation for 200th anniversary of the Tejano Battle of Medina
The Japanese Texans of the Valley by Norman Rozeff
Texas Insights, Volume III, Issue 2 October 2012
CMAS honored civil rights pioneer Bob Sánchez on Nov. 7

MEXICO
Archivo Baig Freeman 1910 Mexico 2010 los rostros de la revolución
San Patricio Battalion
Documents transcribed by Tte. Corl. Ricardo R. Palmerín Cordero
Libro de Confirmaciones de el Sagrario de la Cuidad de San Luis Potosi,
S.L.P, Diziembre 17, 1748 .
Matrimonios de 3 Hermanas de Múzquiz, Coah.
3 Matrimonios Familia Villarreal de Muzquiz, Coah.
Libro de Matrimonios de la Iglesia de Santa Rosa de Muzquiz, Coah.
Bautismos del Real Presidio del Santisimo Sacramento (CD M. Muzquiz, Coah)
Bautismos de la familia Muzquiz, de Cuidad M. Muzquiz, Coah.

INDIGENOUS

The Music of Martin Espino
‘Island of the Blue Dolphins’ woman’s cave believed found

ARCHAEOLOGY
Comparación con "arte" hecho y construido por distintos civilizaciones
US returns 4,000 archaeological relics to Mexico
Yale Returns All Machu Picchu Artifacts to Peru

SEPHARDIC
Historic Jewish Cemetery in Caribbean Fades Away by Karen Attiah
The United Nations passed a resolution in 1947 that created the state of Israel
Columbus Was A Jew –not a joke True? Maybe
A Tepid ‘Welcome Back’ for Spanish Jews by Doreen Carvajal

CARIBBEAN/CUBA
The Borinqueneers U.S. Stamp
El Boricua. Monthly Bilingual Cultural Publication for Puerto Ricans
El tercer congreso del grupo Negritud
La existencia de Cuba, desconocida hasta finales del siglo XV.

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
Homenaje al Día de la Tradición, Arturo Bienedell
Antonio Fernandez Arce, afortunado emisario entre China y Perú

THE PHILLIPINES
A Female President of The USA in the Year 2016? by Eddie AAA Calderón, Ph.D.
Joe Bataan: A fusion of 3 cultures: Afro-Filipino & Latin by Maria Embry

SPAIN
Civil Registration Records By Sonia Meza Morales and Debbie Gurtler
Spain Threatens to Deport Filmmaker for Anti-Islam Documentary by Soeren Kern

INTERNATIONAL
Señores, start your engines
Britain wants to return to its Christian roots?
New Televison Series in England: Isabel, Christopher David Bently
After America, There is No Place to Go, by Kitty Werthmann, 85 years of age
Italy’s Mosque Wars by Soeren Kern

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Genealogía de México 31522 Descendientes de Indios

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El 25 de diciembre de 2012 23:32, Papá del Pato <papadelpato> escribió:

Andres de Benavides {indio}

n. a. 1730 hacienda los Lerma, Monterrey, m. antes del 6 febrero 1796.

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Andres de Benavides se casó con Maria Pheliciana Barbosa

Su hijo

Josseph Matias Benavides Barbosa se casó 1796 con Maria Narcisa de las Casas Uribe

Su hija

Maria Antonia Benavides Casas se casó 1825 con Jose Tomas Gonzalez Quinto

Su hija

Maria Petra Gonzales Benavides se casó con Jose Clemente Macias

Su hija

Anastacia Macias Gonzalez se casó 1889 con Grabiel Reina Garsa

Su hijo

Matias Reyna Gonzalez se casó 1922 con Maria Agripina Guerra Blanco

Su hijo

Roberto A. Reina Guerra se casó 1953 con Elisabeth Betancourt Sanchez

Su hijo

Papá del Pato

n. 19 septiembre 1958 Reynosa.

*Nota.-

Los nombres de estos personajes los obtuve, mirándolos con mis propios ojos, en actas de los archivos históricos correspondientes.

Papá del Pato os desea, que conoscas, y ames a tus ancestros, y arriba los Broncos ¡abur!

Genealogía de México 31521 podrias darme datos de este matrimonio

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Papa del pato
estoy revisando esa linea, probando el nuevo FamilyTree que se ofrece en FamilySearch y no logro encontrar a:

Maria Antonia Benavides Casas se casó 1825 con Jose Tomas Gonzalez Quinto

El 25 de diciembre de 2012 23:32, Papá del Pato <papadelpato> escribió:

Maria Antonia Benavides Casas se casó 1825 con Jose Tomas Gonzalez Quinto

Genealogía de México 31520 Descendientes de Indios

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Andres de Benavides {indio}

n. a. 1730 hacienda los Lerma, Monterrey, m. antes del 6 febrero 1796.

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Andres de Benavides se casó con Maria Pheliciana Barbosa

Su hijo

Josseph Matias Benavides Barbosa se casó 1796 con Maria Narcisa de las Casas Uribe

Su hija

Maria Antonia Benavides Casas se casó 1825 con Jose Tomas Gonzalez Quinto

Su hija

Maria Petra Gonzales Benavides se casó con Jose Clemente Macias

Su hija

Anastacia Macias Gonzalez se casó 1889 con Grabiel Reina Garsa

Su hijo

Matias Reyna Gonzalez se casó 1922 con Maria Agripina Guerra Blanco

Su hijo

Roberto A. Reina Guerra se casó 1953 con Elisabeth Betancourt Sanchez

Su hijo

Papá del Pato

n. 19 septiembre 1958 Reynosa.

*Nota.-

Los nombres de estos personajes los obtuve, mirándolos con mis propios ojos, en actas de los archivos históricos correspondientes.

Papá del Pato os desea, que conoscas, y ames a tus ancestros, y arriba los Broncos ¡abur!

Genealogía de México 31519 Genealogía Vetancur Vetancourt Betancourt Bethancourt

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Esclavo Negro Africano

n. a. 1660.

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Esclavo Negro Africano se casó con Mulata Libre

Su hijo

Miguel de Vetancur {mulato libre} se casó con Maria Josepha Cantu

Su hijo

Jose Miguel Vetancurt Cantu se casó con Maria Barthola Lopes

Su hijo

Fabian Vetancur Lopes se casó con Maria Brigida Tanguma Espinosa

Su hijo

Juan Nepomuceno Vetancur Tanguma se casó con Maria de Jesus Ramires

Su hijo

Timoteo Vetancur Ramires se casó con Maria Luisa Cantu Gamboa

Su hijo

Antonio Vetancour Cantu se casó con Francisca Zepeda Gomes

Su hijo

Antonio Vetancourt Zepeda se casó con Maria Concepcion Sanches Arredondo

Su hija

Elisabeth Betancourt Sanchez se casó con Roberto A. Reina Guerra

Su hijo

Papá del Pato