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By Visitor - Posted on 16 March 2006

Enter your vote today! A new poll has been created for the
ranchos group:

Nueva Galicia: Would Opening the Membership up to All of
Nueva Galicia adversly affect your membership in the Ranchos
group? [note: This is not a vote to change but a poll to get
an understanding of how you all feel about this subject].

o Yes, Please don't do it
o Somewhat, but Whatever the majority decides
o Si y No
o Quien Sabe: Where is Nueva Galicia Anyway?
o NO! Absolutely Not: Where have you been? Open the doors to all of NG!!!

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Our groups basically covers what was Nueva Galicia. As I understand it, most of the northern territories were only part of Nueva Galicia for a short period of time before they got broken out into Nueva Vizcaya, Nuevo Mexico, etc.

What was left of Nueva Galicia was basically the state of Jalisco, from which Zacatecas was broken out. Then Aguascalientes was split out of Zacatecas and Nayarit was split out of Jalisco.

So basically, other than Nayarit, we cover Nueva Galicia now.

When you say "all of Nueva Galicia" what exactly do you mean?

Our groups basically covers what was Nueva Galicia. As I understand it, most of the northern territories were only part of Nueva Galicia for a short period of time before they got broken out into Nueva Vizcaya, Nuevo Mexico, etc.

What was left of Nueva Galicia was basically the state of Jalisco, from which Zacatecas was broken out. Then Aguascalientes was split out of Zacatecas and Nayarit was split out of Jalisco.

So basically, other than Nayarit, we cover Nueva Galicia now.

When you say "all of Nueva Galicia" what exactly do you mean?

Thanks for explaining that.... I know i missed a few messages and I probably missed the definition of it.....

arturoramos <arturo.ramos2@verizon.net> wrote:
Our groups basically covers what was Nueva Galicia.  As I understand it, most of the northern territories were only part of Nueva Galicia for a short period of time before they got broken out into Nueva Vizcaya, Nuevo Mexico, etc.

What was left of Nueva Galicia was basically the state of Jalisco, from which Zacatecas was broken out.  Then Aguascalientes was split out of Zacatecas and Nayarit was split out of Jalisco.

So basically, other than Nayarit, we cover Nueva Galicia now.

When you say "all of Nueva Galicia" what exactly do you mean?
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Well I'm not really comfortable in establishing the boundaries of the
Nueva Galicia area. I thought there was some discussion awhile back
about significant parts of the Historical Nueva Galicia being left out
of our research area.



Are we only talking about Nayarit, well if so then consider the poll to
mean expanding to the Nayarit area as well. Weren't there other pockets
or partial parts of estados that aren't included?



Like I said I'm out of my area of confident knowledge.



joseph





arturoramos wrote:

Our groups basically covers what was Nueva Galicia. As I understand it, most of the northern territories were only part of Nueva Galicia for a short period of time before they got broken out into Nueva Vizcaya, Nuevo Mexico, etc.

What was left of Nueva Galicia was basically the state of Jalisco, from which Zacatecas was broken out. Then Aguascalientes was split out of Zacatecas and Nayarit was split out of Jalisco.

So basically, other than Nayarit, we cover Nueva Galicia now.

When you say "all of Nueva Galicia" what exactly do you mean?

Fabulous.

I was kind of hoping that as the members vote they would toss in their
thoughts as well.

I'm trying to get a feel for what you all think. I won't be making the
change soon but have been thinking about how you the group members feel
about it. Afterall Ranchos is not the joseph group it is about your the
subscribing members.

everyone elso feel free to give your opinion. we can revisit this issue
when we are fully transitioned to the other side: http://NuestrosRanchos.com

joseph

wixaritori wrote:

>I just went to the old Ranchos site at Yahoo to cast my vote.
>
>Would it affect my membership if the areas of interest for the group expanded to include the neighboring states of Jalisco, Zacatecas and Aguascalientes? Not at all!
>
>The voting results show divided opinions. Although I respect whatever reasons others may have to think that it affects them, I must admit that I just can't grasp those reasons.
>
>Victor
>
>
>p.s. FYI, I have already updated my mail account in all the mailing lists that I subscribe to in nuestrosranchos.com. And I'm thinking about canceling my yahoo email account in the near future.
>

I don't want to have to deal with a bunch of nonsensical messages if we
broaden the list. Does Nueva Galicia include Chihuahua, too? If so
then let's bring it on. If not, forget it!:) Marge:)
On Mar 17, 2006, at 1:59 AM, Joseph Puentes wrote:

> Fabulous.
>
> I was kind of hoping that as the members vote they would toss in their
> thoughts as well.
>
> I'm trying to get a feel for what you all think. I won't be making the
> change soon but have been thinking about how you the group members feel
> about it. Afterall Ranchos is not the joseph group it is about your the
> subscribing members.
>
> everyone elso feel free to give your opinion. we can revisit this issue
> when we are fully transitioned to the other side:
> http://NuestrosRanchos.com
>
> joseph
>
>
> wixaritori wrote:
>
>> I just went to the old Ranchos site at Yahoo to cast my vote.
>>
>> Would it affect my membership if the areas of interest for the group
>> expanded to include the neighboring states of Jalisco, Zacatecas and
>> Aguascalientes? Not at all!
>>
>> The voting results show divided opinions. Although I respect
>> whatever reasons others may have to think that it affects them, I
>> must admit that I just can't grasp those reasons.
>>
>> Victor
>>
>>
>> p.s. FYI, I have already updated my mail account in all the mailing
>> lists that I subscribe to in nuestrosranchos.com. And I'm thinking
>> about canceling my yahoo email account in the near future.
>>

I TOO WOULD LIKE TO SEE CHIHUAHUA INCLUDED AS ONE OF OUR TARGET STATES.  CHIHUAHUA IS THE  LARGEST STATE IN THE REPUBLIC AND SO MANY OF OUR RELATIVES LIVED ON THE BORDER WAITING TO GET PAPERS, PERMITS TO ENTER THE U.S.    IT IS IMPORTANT AS A BORDER CROSSING STATE,  I VOTE TO INCLUDE THIS STATE.   JUST MY TWO OR THREE CENTAVOS.....YOLANDA MEDINA PEREZ

Joseph Puentes <makas@nc.rr.com> wrote: Fabulous.

I was kind of hoping that as the members vote they would toss in their
thoughts as well.

I'm trying to get a feel for what you all think. I won't be making the
change soon but have been thinking about how you the group members feel
about it. Afterall Ranchos is not the joseph group it is about your the
subscribing members.

everyone elso feel
free to give your opinion. we can revisit this issue
when we are fully transitioned to the other side: http://NuestrosRanchos.com

joseph


wixaritori wrote:

>I just went to the old Ranchos site at Yahoo to cast my vote.
>
>Would it affect my membership if the areas of interest for the group expanded to include the neighboring states of Jalisco, Zacatecas and Aguascalientes?  Not at all!
>
>The voting results show divided opinions.  Although I respect whatever reasons others may have to think that it affects them, I must admit that I just can't grasp those reasons.
>
>Victor
>
>
>p.s. FYI, I have already updated my mail account in all the mailing lists that I subscribe to in nuestrosranchos.com.  And I'm thinking about canceling my yahoo email account in the near future. 
>
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Yolanda,   You make such a good point, while to date I do not have any relatives from the northern states I do enjoy reading history about all of Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Galicia, and Nuevo Mexico. And you are correct that it is the largest states and with it is proximity to the border it affects most of us, so I vote with you to include some additional states provided that the new participants bring something useful to the entire group.   For what it's worth I have put in my dos pesos..........Alicia

Yolanda Bobby Perez <windrocklili@sbcglobal.net> wrote: I TOO WOULD LIKE TO SEE CHIHUAHUA INCLUDED AS ONE OF OUR TARGET STATES.  CHIHUAHUA IS THE  LARGEST STATE IN THE REPUBLIC AND SO MANY OF OUR RELATIVES LIVED ON THE BORDER WAITING TO GET PAPERS, PERMITS TO ENTER THE
U.S.    IT IS IMPORTANT AS A BORDER CROSSING STATE,  I VOTE TO INCLUDE THIS STATE.   JUST MY TWO OR THREE CENTAVOS.....YOLANDA MEDINA PEREZ


Joseph Puentes <makas@nc.rr.com> wrote: Fabulous.

I was kind of hoping that as the members vote they would toss in their
thoughts as well.

I'm trying to get a feel for what you all think. I won't be making the
change soon but have been thinking about how you the group members feel
about it. Afterall Ranchos is not the joseph group it is about your the
subscribing members.

everyone elso feel free to give your opinion. we can revisit this issue
when we are fully transitioned to the other side: http://NuestrosRanchos.com

joseph


wixaritori wrote:

>I just went
to the old Ranchos site at Yahoo to cast my vote.
>
>Would it affect my membership if the areas of interest for the group expanded to include the neighboring states of Jalisco, Zacatecas and Aguascalientes?  Not at all!
>
>The voting results show divided opinions.  Although I respect whatever reasons others may have to think that it affects them, I must admit that I just can't grasp those reasons.
>
>Victor
>
>
>p.s. FYI, I have already updated my mail account in all the mailing lists that I subscribe to in nuestrosranchos.com.  And I'm thinking about canceling my yahoo email account in the near future. 
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Yes, we should include the Nueva Vizcaya group since
many of our ancestors went north to start new
settlements and I have seen many common names among
the Nueva Vizcaya groups. Also, many of us have
common ancestors from the north, especially from
Chihuahua.

Alberto Duarte Prieto
Santa Maria, California

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I agree about Chihuahua.- Jessica
castaneda

 

-----Original Message-----

From: ranchos@yahoogroups.com
[mailto:ranchos@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
Yolanda Bobby Perez

Sent: Friday, March 17, 2006 9:32
PM

To: ranchos@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re: [ranchos] Re:
[Nuestros Ranchos] Where do you draw the line for your relatives and ancestors

 

I TOO WOULD LIKE TO SEE
CHIHUAHUA INCLUDED AS ONE OF OUR TARGET STATES.  CHIHUAHUA IS THE
 LARGEST STATE IN THE REPUBLIC AND SO MANY OF OUR RELATIVES LIVED ON
THE BORDER WAITING TO GET PAPERS, PERMITS TO ENTER THE U.S.    IT
IS IMPORTANT AS A BORDER CROSSING STATE,  I VOTE TO INCLUDE THIS
STATE.   JUST MY TWO OR THREE CENTAVOS.....YOLANDA MEDINA PEREZ




Joseph Puentes
<makas@nc.rr.com> wrote:

Fabulous.



I was kind of hoping that as the members vote they
would toss in their

thoughts as well.



I'm trying to get a feel for what you all think. I
won't be making the

change soon but have been thinking about how you
the group members feel

about it. Afterall Ranchos is not the joseph group
it is about your the

subscribing members.



everyone elso feel free to give your opinion. we
can revisit this issue

when we are fully transitioned to the other side: http://NuestrosRanchos.com



joseph





wixaritori wrote:



>I just went to the old Ranchos site at Yahoo
to cast my vote.

>

>Would it affect my membership if the areas of
interest for the group expanded to include the neighboring states of Jalisco,
Zacatecas and Aguascalientes?  Not at all!

>

>The voting results show divided
opinions.  Although I respect whatever reasons others may have to think
that it affects them, I must admit that I just can't grasp those reasons.

>

>Victor

>

>

>p.s. FYI, I have already updated my mail
account in all the mailing lists that I subscribe to in
nuestrosranchos.com.  And I'm thinking about canceling my yahoo email
account in the near future. 

>

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