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mi fuente de informacion es familysearch or parte de mi geneologia mi papa la obtuvo cuando fue a un pueblo en Zacatecas.

2017-11-21 16:09 GMT-06:00 Fernando Rangel <rangel.juanfernando>:

Hola Jose

Si no es molestia para ti, ¿cual es tu fuente de información ó de donde pudiste conseguir esta información?

* Nuestra pagina web oficial la encuentras en

– Ayudanos donando un poco

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Anuncio publicitario 34441 Re: Juan GUERRA CAÑAMAR


On Sunday, January 11, 2009 at 2:51:34 PM UTC-6, Raul Guerra wrote: > I have just published, in the December 31, 2008 edition of Los > Bexareños Genealogical Register, an article on the GUERRA CAÑAMAR > family. It especially is focused on Juan GUERRA CAÑAMAR, the husband > of Elena CAVAZOS and the father of Vicente GUERRA CAÑAMAR, who was the > founder of Revilla, Nuevo Santander, Mexico. In the article the > parents of Juan GUERRA CAÑAMAR are identified and a copy of the first > page of the document is included in the Register. This information > came from an “Informacion Matrimonial” that is in the archives of > Santiago Apóstol Catholic Church in Monclova and is dated 21 Nov > 1693. The parents are identified as Joseph GUERRA and Aldonza de > VIDAURRI from Lagos, Jalisco, Mexico. From other information that was > included in the Register (Juan’s baptism certificate and Joseph GUERRA > and Aldonza de VIDAURRE’s marriage certificate) we are able to show > that Joseph’s parents are Antonio GUERRA and Luisa HERNÁNDEZ de RÍO > FRÍO. This makes Joseph GUERRA and Ignacio GUERRA (another major > GUERRA family tree in Northeast Mexico and South Texas) brothers and > most of the GUERRA families on the Mexico-Texas border cousins. >
> The children of Juan GUERRA CAÑAMAR and Elena CAVASOS are: >
> 1. Joseph Antonio GUERRA CAÑAMAR + Maria Efegenia de los Santos de la > GARZA
> 2. María Josefa GUERRA CAÑAMAR + Nicolás de la GARZA
> 3. Margarita GUERRA CAÑAMAR + Juan Dimas FERNÁNDEZ de CASTRO > 4. Juan Amador GUERRA CAÑAMAR + Juana Francisca RODRÍGUEZ de > MONTEMAYOR
> 5. Vicente GUERRA CAÑAMAR + María Micaela Jerónima de la GARZA FALCÓN >
> Raul Guerra

Hello, to everyone in the group. I hope that you are all well. I have just discovered that I am an ancestor of Juan Guerra Cañamar, but through a woman named Gertrudis that he married in 1911. Also, all of the information that I have found so far (up to 1720), comes from vital records from an Apostol Church in Villa de Santiago Nuevo León. Lots of twists to get to where I am, and I am surprised and puzzled. It is also interesting, Raul, that the information that you have discovered and shared also comes from a church called Apostol, but yours is in Coahuila. I am anxious to see what more there is available online. Be well, everyone! -Tomás 34440 Pronto se requerirá que inicies sesión con una cuenta gratuita de FamilySearch para p oder buscar y ver registros históricos


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