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Dusty W Otero
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
manriquez Otero
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
California USA,,thats my roots.,.
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Beginning Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
I am native american here in san juan capistrano california and we are all up side down who was at what mission and what was where...the catholic church has a good list,,and I have that,,it shows me that I come from mission indian ..

The Spanish guards married full blood native wives,,,and that was in the late 1700,s and early 1800...wow just amazing to see all my church records of proof who I am ,,and still here in this valley we call san juan capistrano California,,
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://www.smartybelt.com

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At 12:19am on January 6, 2012, Lorraine Escobar said…

And by the way, Mutsun, is not part of Esselen Nation. They have their own organization - Amah-Mutsun, for Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties. They are not federally recognized.

At 12:18am on January 6, 2012, Lorraine Escobar said…

Maria Juliana Thomasa Alanis was her name, as far as I can tell. And, I know her lineage - she was not Indian - at least not from California. I can go back two more generations on her and all of them had surnames. Usually, the lack of a surname, for that period, was an indicator of being an Indian but since her parents and grandparents had surnames, they were not likely considered Indians by the California missions. More research would have to be conducted in the Mexican record if you are curious about the possibility. But, as for what I have seen - there is no indication she was an Indian.

At 12:13am on January 6, 2012, Lorraine Escobar said…

I typed in Custodia Manriquez but don't know to which site you are referring. It would easier if you can go to the web site you are talking about, copy the url and then send it to my e-mail at InamMec@aol.com.

Lorraine 

 
 
 

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