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- The Formation of Family Groups. . .Lineage vs Labels
- Did Spanish Jews Migrate to Agua Mansa?
- Colonizing Expedition Members, Abiquiu, Rio Arriba County, NM, to Agua Mansa, San Bernardino County, CA, August – November 1842
- Pablo Belarde Family
- Ancestors of the Carrillo Rodriguez Family of Saltillo, Mexico
- Archdiocese of Morelia – Zamora, Michoacan, Marriages 1622 – 1633
- Abrego y Gutierrez de Baeza: A Sixteenth Century Spanish Frontier Family
- The History of the Marranos
- Archdiocese of Morelia – Zamora, Michoacan, 1632 Padron (Census)
- Lines of Descent from Don Alfonso XI, Rey de Castilla y Leon Don Ruy Diaz de Mendoza y Arellano
- Some Land Grants and Sales in and Around Military Plaza of San Antonio, Texas During the Spanish and Mexican Period
- Spanish & Mexican Records in the Texas General Land Office
- Marriage Record of Blas de la Garza and Teresa Guerrero
- Agustin de Iturbide – Emperor of Mexico – Lineage Chart
- Ancestral Lines of the Hurtado de Mendoza Family
- Teocaltiche, Jalisco, Mexico, Confirmations (16 May 1634)
- Monsignor Nuñez: Refugee from Mexico
- Delinquent Tax Lists, Genealogical Usefulness
- Land Deeds in Zacatecas and Durango, Including Haciendas of the Zaldivars
- Sanchez de la Barrera: History and Genealogy of a Northern Family
- Teocaltiche, Jalisco, Mexico, Confirmations, Part II (June 1648) selected extractions
- Lista de Varios Conquistadores y Pobladores de Nueva Espana
- Mendizabal and the Manila Galleon
- A General History of Southern New Mexico
- Baptismal and Marriage Records of Nuestra Señora de las Nieves, Nueva Galica, 1586-1592
- Mexican Foreign Legion – Saint Patrick’s Battalion
- The Jewish Connection for the Cadena and Iribe Lines, Northern Mexico and Southwestern US
- Epidemics & Infectious Diseases in the New World
- Zamora, Michoacan, Mexico Marriages (1605-1622, 1638-1846)
- The Robledos – a Connection between New Mexico and Zamora, Michoacan, Mexico
- Lozano Line Back to Spain – a Networking Victory
- A Brief History of Nochistlan and Mexitcacan
- Meritos de Mis Antepasados – Bachiller Cristobal de Villegas Faxardo
- Vargas 1693 Recruits, Resettlement, New Mexico
- Memorias – House of Mendoza in the Vasquez de Coronado Expedition
- Hurtado de Mendoza Family Charts
- Sanchez de la Barrera: The History and Genealogy of a Northern Frontier Family (Parts III, IV, V)
- La Casa Imperial de Occidente Hasta Nuestros Dias – Tres Lineas Descendientes (1582-1994)
- Locality Analysis Reference Works for Hispanic Countries
- The Family of Capitán Don Alberto del Canto – Founder of Saltillo
- Zamora, Michoacan, Mexico – Baptisms (1605-1637) and Extensive Family Genealogies of Zamora and Surrounding Areas
- The Estudillo Family of Presidio San Diego
- Teocaltiche, Jalisco, Confirmations (Part III) 6 Jan 1654
- Padre Amable: Agua Mansa’s First Pastor
- Duque de Alburquerque – Pasaje a Nueva España – Abril 1653
- The Baptisms of the Second Company of Volante of San Carlos de Parras – Situated at the Town of Alamo, Coahuila, Mexico
- The Basques – From the Pyrenees of France and Spain to Orange County, California 1860-1890
- The Paternal Ancestry of Don Alonso de Estrada, Tesorero y Gobemador de Nueva España, and the Revised Genealogy of the Sosa Albornoz Family
- Is There a Oaxaca-Nueva Vizcaya Connection?
- Those Remarkable Alvarado Sisters
- Documentos Relacionados con Hidalguias, Limpiezas de Sangre y Filiaciones en General an el Archive Historico Municipal de Leon, Guanajuato
- Rodriguez: Identifying Early Families in Central Mexico
- Matrimonies en la Catedral de Monterrey
(Elizondo, Flores, de la Garra, Gonzalez, Gutierrez, Lozano, Sepulveda, Trevino, Villarreal and Other Surnames)
- 1574 Founding List of Zamora, Michoacan With Some Family Genealogies
- 1580 Petition by Franciscans to Become Curas and Administrators of the Villa of Zamora, Michoacan, With Many Family Genealogies
- The Genealogy of Juan Montanez and His Descendants in Aguascalientes, Jalisco, San Luis Potosi, and Zacatecas
- Bernardo de Gálvez
- Some Periods in the Life of Bernardo de Gálvez
- Blasones y Apellidos: Gálvez
- Lasting Legacy of Insurgent General Pedro Moreno de Ortega y González de Hermosillo: A Biographical, Historical, and Genealogical Study
- Archivo de la Parroquia del Carmen y Abasolo, Nuevo León: Confirmaciones, 1893
- Alonso de Robalcaba
- Michoacán: A Struggle for Identity
- Los Hernández Gamiño: Breve Resena de una Familia Alteña
- Descendants of Diego Rendón and María Valverde
- El Origen de Tres Genercas Alteños en una Solicitud de Órdenes del Siglo XVII
- Basic Foundations of Significant Families of Mexico: Tello de Orozco
Recommended books (Not SHHAR Publications)
by John P. Schmal and Donna S. Morales
A welcome addition to the sparse literature for beginners in Hispanic genealogy. The authors bring a new resource into the public eye and provide the everyday American with a practical guide for locating Mexican ancestors.
The guide is illustrated with many actual documents from the family files of Ms. Morales during her search for her ancestral roots. The utilization of information from birth and death certificates, newspaper obituaries, naturalization records, alien registration forms, and funeral records are discussed. Church and civil records are also reviewed along with many helpful hints on starting and organizing data.
by Michael Hogan.
The author is a professor. He and the publisher, Mikel Miller, reside in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
The Mexican War (1846-48) occurred in many areas of what is today California, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, and other states. The intent was to connect lands “from sea to shining sea” – the Atlantic and the Pacific. Abraham supported Mexico and believed the United States was wrong to start a war.
For more information please visit The Lincoln and Mexico Project
Galvez / Spain - Our Forgotten Ally in the American Revolutionary War: A Concise Summary of Spain's Assistance
by Judge Ed Butler
During a private audience King Felipe asked judge Butler to write a book about Bernardo de Galvez and Spain’s assistance to the U.S. during the American Revolutionary War. Gently poking judge Butler on the shoulder King Felipe, with a broad smile on his face said: “I want you to write a book about Spain’s assistance to the United States during the American Revolutionary War; then I want you to write a screen play, and get Hollywood to make a movie. I would like Antonio Banderas to play the part of General Galvez.” Judge Butler replied: “I can write the book, and I can write the screenplay, but it will be up to Hollywood to decide if they want to make a movie.” The 360 page book with 214 footnotes, and 37 pages of Appendices, contains the names of hundreds of Spanish patriots. It documents the significant support rendered by Spain, and allows our Hispanic community to feel proud that their ancestors played a vital role in the formation of our nation.