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This group is for people interested in researching ancestors from Mexico. This is for all my primos from Mexico.

Members: 38
Latest Activity: Oct 9, 2013

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WELCOME TO MEXICAN ROOTS ANCESTRY

Jose and Debbie Are Here To Help You With Your Mexican Roots Research If You Have Questions Please Feel Free To Ask One Or Both Of Us.We hope you enjoy your time here. Lets Start The Fiesta

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Message Boards 3 Replies

Started by Jose Carlos de Leon. Last reply by Edward J. Romero Sep 23, 2013.

British residing in Mexico

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FamilySearch Record Search 4 Replies

Started by Jose Carlos de Leon. Last reply by Patricia Stanard Mar 25, 2010.

Carl Schneider - Ciudad Mante, Tamaulipas, Mexico

Started by Beth Gatlin Jan 23, 2010.

A Surname-Mexican Roots

Started by Phillip Marr Aug 21, 2009.

Searching for Luis de la Rosa 6 Replies

Started by Omar Codina. Last reply by Omar Codina Aug 6, 2009.

Searching for Slave Records/Property Records/Deeds from Mexico 4 Replies

Started by Family Griot. Last reply by Janet Paulos Khashab Aug 5, 2009.

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Comment by Cynthia Diane Valdez Castillo on May 30, 2010 at 2:22am
First looking for info for Jose Maria Valdez he was my great grandfather. One of his son's is Amador Valdez he was married to Alicia her maiden name was Arambula
Comment by Eduardo Alvarado Romero on April 30, 2010 at 9:16pm
I'm searching for my Mother's family, I have tried everything possible to locate them or any records, all were negative. My Mother was born in Los Mochis,Sinaloa,Mx on March 16th, 1904, her name was changed when she immigrated, so that's my problem. Possible names: MARIA HERIBERTA ALVARADO OR HERIBERTA ALVARADO, her Mother my Grandmother: FLORENTINA O JUANA ALVARADO (married name), she died in Los Mochis,Sin, around 1908, after her death her Father my Grandfather: RAPHAEL OR RAFAEL MANUEL ALVARADO, married ROSENDA ALGONDA, this did not sit well with my Grandmother Florentina's family, moved about 750 miles to the area of MILPITAS/EL QUEMADO,SIN, last contact with them was around 1958. My Mother was registered in Sinaloa around 1909,this is mandatory, but I can not locate any records because of the problem with the SURNAMES. I have traveled down to Sinaloa twice, written letters to everyone, but no luck. I tried LDS and all the other internet sites, put messages on all kinds of boards but to this date no one has been able to help me. Any ideas?
Comment by Salvador Cabral Valdes on March 12, 2010 at 4:44pm
al foro le falta movimiento , con preguntas para poder ayudar
Comment by Jose Carlos de Leon on March 4, 2010 at 8:39pm
I've added another 100+ to my Family Tree today. I have 18 generations and 2.000+ individuals. Connie Alvarez and I will be attending a genealogy convention in the San Francisco Bay Area this weekend.
Comment by Tina Sabin on February 7, 2010 at 3:45pm
I have ancestors from Arandas....Penilla and Fonseca. My grandparents were Maria Guadalupe Fonseca and Jose Melquides Fonseca. Thanks Jose.
Comment by Lloyd Fedelin Fadera on January 25, 2010 at 9:11am
I'm Lloyd Fedelin Fadera the grandson of the late Martin F. Fadera and Rosa Ferrancullo Feudo (father side). Jose De Leon Fedelin and Sofia Fameronag Fallarme (mother side).
Comment by Jose Carlos de Leon on December 9, 2009 at 8:00am
Again I looked up marriages/baptisms at the San Jose LDS Family Research Center and found about another 100 ancestors from the 1740s-1790s in Colotlan, Mexico.
Again Connie Alvarez assisted me in my research.
Comment by Jose Carlos de Leon on December 2, 2009 at 4:12pm
That film lookup from 17 Nov has produced an additional 90+ ancestors! After verifying the marriages, I was able to find their children in the baptisimal film Gedcom files!. Plus the records also showed their parents and i was able to find their parents' marriage dates plus other siblings. I call this the "Flip-Flop" genealogy research technique!
Comment by Jose Carlos de Leon on November 19, 2009 at 11:31am
I went to the San Jose, Ca. LDS Family Research Center this week and found 30+ more ancestors from the years 1792-1819 marriage records of Colotlan, Jalisco, MX. Connie Alvarez helped me with my research!
Comment by Jose Carlos de Leon on September 28, 2009 at 10:24pm
BTW, I'm on FaceBook under the name, "Joseph de Leon" and I invite you all to hang out there and be my friend there!!
 

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