This group is for serious genealogists actively searching for lineages in the states of Jalisco, Zacatecas and Aguascalientes of Mexico.
Este grupo es para genealogistas serios quienes buscan linajes en los estados de Jalisco, Zacatecas y Aguascalientes. Para ver este sitio en español, haga click aquí.
i thought it was illegal for someone to marry their niece.
Reading about the Frigate “San Carlos” that embarked in the port of San Blas, Nayarit, Mexico in 11/26/1775. Then traveled up north to San Francisco. Commanded by Juan De Ayala.
I found this link where Archive of Indias. There is a list of countries to pick on the left side. I pick "Mexico"
Hola , I believe that the Mulatos were looking at a chance of freedom but maybe the owners (after/during the revolution) sent them away seeing that couldn't feed them and had no labor force .
Hola Linda , I understand that the Espanoles kept to themselves but by looking at the records ,there are tons of Mulatos to the point( I think) there could of been some Mulato Groups/colonies/Individ
There are three ports in Spain that were there during XVI period:
Puerto San Sebastian:
Hola a todos:
I found a map where you can zoom in a specific area and get a close look:
Ships "Arrogante (San Antonio De Padua)" and "San Leandro" Microfilm No. 169026 (testamentos 1659 - 1843)
Transportation of Cargo between Cadiz and Veracruz year 1786:
Here Navios (Ships) names “Arrogante” and “San Leandro” are named: