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GENEALOGY - Useful Information

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BAPTISMS

 

La Segunda Compañía Volante de San Carlos de Parras 1788-1825 – translated baptisms for this cavalry company start at the pueblo of San José y Santiago del Álamo, Coahuila, México, then move to Mapimí, Durango, México, then to San Gerónimo, Chihuahua, México, finally arriving in San Antonio, Texas in January 1803. It was from this company's time within its walls that Mission San Antonio de Valero commonly became known as the Alamo. (large file)

 

Nuestra Señora del Refugio de la Bahía 1807-1828 – translated baptisms of the mission established on the Texas coast in 1795.

 

Presidio de Santa Rosa María del Sacramento 1738-1789Múzquiz, Coahuila, México – translated baptisms. (large file)

 

San Antonio de Valero 1703-1783 – translated baptisms of the mission that commonly became known as the Alamo. Commencing in 1703 as San Francisco de Solano along the Río Grande, it was renamed San Ildefonso in 1712, again renamed San José in 1713, until it was finally renamed mission San Antonio de Valero in 1718 after its relocation to San Antonio, Texas. (large file)

 

San Fernando Church 1731-1812 – translated baptisms of San Fernando Church, San Antonio, Texas. This church, now a cathedral, was built by the Canary Island settlers who formed the first civil settlement in Texas known as San Fernando de Béxar. (large file)

 

San Fernando Church 1812-1858 – translated baptisms of San Fernando Church, San Antonio, Texas. This church, now a cathedral, was built by the Canary Island settlers who formed the first civil settlement in Texas known as San Fernando de Béxar. (large file)

 

San Fernando Church 1858-1863 – translated baptisms of San Fernando Church, San Antonio, Texas. This church, now a cathedral, was built by the Canary Island settlers who formed the first civil settlement in Texas known as San Fernando de Béxar.

 

San Fernando Church confirmations of 1759 – confirmations from the week of November 19-25, 1759 at San Fernando Church, San Antonio, Texas.

 

San José y San Miguel de Aguayo 1777-1823 – translated baptisms of the mission established in San Antonio, Texas in 1720, commonly referred to as the "Queen of the Missions".

 

BURIALS

 

Nuestra Señora del Refugio de la Bahía 1807-1825 – translated burials of the mission established on the Texas coast in 1795.

 

San Antonio de Valero 1703-1782 – translated burials of the mission that commonly became known as the Alamo. Commencing in 1703 as San Francisco de Solano along the Río Grande, it was renamed San Ildefonso in 1712, again renamed San José in 1713, until it was finally renamed mission San Antonio de Valero in 1718 after its relocation to San Antonio, Texas.

 

San Fernando Church 1744-1860 – translated burials of San Fernando Church, San Antonio, Texas. This church, now a cathedral, was built by the Canary Island settlers who formed the first civil settlement in Texas known as San Fernando de Béxar. (large file)

 

San José y San Miguel de Aguayo 1781-1824 – translated burials of the mission established in San Antonio, Texas in 1720, commonly referred to as the "Queen of the Missions".

Real Presidio de San Juan Bautista del Río Grande - located near present day Guerrero, Coahuila, México. This is a partial list of burials covering the years 1786 to 1805. Click here for a Cause of Death Analysis from the burial records. For background information about this presidio see the following link: http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/uqs24

MARRIAGES

Nuestra Señora de la Purísima Concepción de Acuña 1733-1790 – translated marriages of the mission originally established in east Texas in 1716 and moved to its present location in San Antonio, Texas in 1731.

San Antonio de Valero 1709-1788 – translated marriages of the mission that commonly became known as the Alamo. Commencing in 1703 as San Francisco de Solano along the Río Grande, it was renamed San Ildefonso in 1712, again renamed San José in 1713, until it was finally renamed mission San Antonio de Valero in 1718 after its relocation to San Antonio, Texas.

San Fernando Church 1742-1857 – translated marriages of San Fernando Church, San Antonio, Texas. This church, now a cathedral, was built by the Canary Island settlers who formed the first civil settlement in Texas known as San Fernando de Béxar.

San Fernando Church 1856-1891 – translated marriages of San Fernando Church, San Antonio, Texas. This church, now a cathedral, was built by the Canary Island settlers who formed the first civil settlement in Texas known as San Fernando de Béxar.

San Fernando Church marriage petitions 1762-1790 – translated marriage petitions and permissions of San Fernando Church, San Antonio, Texas. This church, now a cathedral, was built by the Canary Island settlers who formed the first civil settlement in Texas known as San Fernando de Béxar.

San José y San Miguel de Aguayo 1778-1822 – translated marriages of the mission established in San Antonio, Texas in 1720, commonly referred to as the "Queen of the Missions".

CENSUSES

Atascosa County Census 1860 – United States population census taken in 1860 of Atascosa County, Texas.

GENEALOGIES

DESCENDANTS OF CRISTOBAL COLON (a/k/a Cristoforo Colombo, a/k/a Christopher Columbus)

ÍNDICE GEOBIOGRÁFICO DE EMIGRANTES VERCIANOS A AMÉRICA Y FILIPINAS. SIGLOS XVI-XVIII - Alexandra Rodera Alonso, Universidad de León, a study and listing of emigrants from El Bierzo (León), Spain to the Americas and the Philippines, 16th to 18th centuries.

BRITO FAMILY GENEALOGY - A collection of genealogical research of Brito family lineages, posted with the permission of Marie Brito.


 
   
           

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