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By MariaCortez - Posted on 06 April 2006

Do we have a list of all the films that Jaime Holcombe contributed to familysearch.org? I have come across some, but I don't know if I've seen a comprehensive list.

Maria

Dear Mary Lou,

It is very nice to hear from you. It has been a while since we have talked. My email has probably changed since it has been a while. I no longer need the Perez Temblador family worksheets as I have been informed that the Perez Gallo family did not originate from them. But it was in asking for these worksheets that Christopher provided the information I was looking for. And more. That line now connects to some other lines that I have done much research.
I need to look for your phone number so I can get you up to date on my unfinished books. I owe you big time for your encouragement. Do you still meet in Orange County. I would like to see you face to face when you hear what I have been working on. I have discovered some info that we had looked for many years ago.

Thanks again,

Rick A. Ricci

PS. I did the same thing with my Holcombe copies. I used to have all of them saved and organized in binders but over time I would pull individual sheets out and lend them out. I did not get all of them back so I no longer have the complete sets. I may go back to the library and scan them to a flash drive but that's going to take a long time. I also did not make all the copies. I would skip families that I did not know were related to me. It wasn't until later that I found out that they were also family. The Perez Temblador was one of the families that I ignored and that is why I thought that they possibly had a connection to the Perez Gallo.

what surnames are in these batches?

Jaime Holcombe's family group sheets have most of the founding families in Los altos de Jalisco. He has even more families but I focused on my family lines when I downloaded his work.

Munoz de la Barba, Munoz de Nava, Alvarez Tostado, Gonzalez de Hermosillo, Guttierrez, Casillas, franco, Perez , Romo de Vivar, De La Torre, Lomeli, Navarro, Rodriguez, Ibarra, Valdivia, Jimenez, Gomez Hurtado de Mendoza, Perez Gallo, Perez Temblador, and many more.

R A Ricci

This is the film index I compiled in an effort to organize the gazillion Family Group Sheets that Jaime Holcombe submitted to LDS in the mid 1980s. The numbers at very top are the films. Immediately below that are the batch numbers. Each batch had about 50 FGSs. I do not have an alphabetical index. I don't know where my original index is, so I scanned an available copy. Will post the original whenever I find it. See: Holcombe FGS in my Dropbox. Two pages.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/yop1j3tqornd0xh/AABnVNtOvuDJtcuW0Gk5vgBHa?oref=e&n=530255072

Mary Lou

Hi Maria,

You can download them here, thanks to Mary Lou Montagna:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/yop1j3tqornd0xh/AABnVNtOvuDJtcuW0Gk5vgBHa?dl=0

Saludos,
Manny Diez Hermosillo

Hi Mary Lou,

I found two or three of them as attachments to trees on Ancestry.com. I believe I saved them to Lope Ruiz de Esparza on my tree. I can check. I would love to see them all. Does any Mormon church have a Family History Center or would I have to drive down to the big one in LA? I'm in the Bay Area now. If I can view them locally and they are open on Sundays, I'll go on Super Bowl Sunday. :)

Thank you,

Rachel

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