"Hi, Jose Carlos, how do I cancel my previous message, as I have new and correct information. I entered what I had at the time and thought that information was valid, but now after much research I need to update and correct my previous message. …"
The starting point for documenting the voyages of your immigrant ancestors –and many native-born ancestors- should be the official customs lists and the later immigration manifests required by the U.S. government as of 1820.
Alvarado, Soto, Gomez, Lopez, Ruiz, Valenzuela and
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Mexico and the USA
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Beginning Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Searching for my Mother's long lost family in Mexico and the USA, Juan Segundo Valenzuela b-1751, Juan Nicholas Soto Sotomayor b-1722,Juana Maria Rita Martinez b-1790, Maria Rosa Monreal Lopez y Sanchez b-1753
Efigenio Carrillo Ruiz b-1745, My Mother: Maria Soto aka/Galvan aka/Alvarado b-1904 Los Mochis,Sin,Mx d-1979 San Juan Capistrano,Ca.
My Aunt: Manuela Soto b-1908 Sin, Mx d-1978 McAllen,Texas, married name: Manuela Soto Solis, My Grandmother: Virginia Soto b-cerca1886 d-1909 Sin, Mx. My Grandfather: Rafael Alvarado remarried to: Rosenda, Rosa or Rosario Bazavilvazo in Mazatlan,Sin,Mx. My Uncles, Juan and Fermin Soto b-1905 and 1906 Sin,Mx both died in Texas.