Genealogy of Jalisco, Zacatecas and Aguascalientes
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By Visitor - Posted on 24 April 2006
So I do I chat??
not sure of your message,
but I sent you an email early Saturday about needing Yahoo Messenger and
a Yahoo Email account (both free to download off the internet) to be in
the chat. did you get that message.
not sure what you mean below?
MMG8938 [at] aol [dot] com wrote:
>So I do I chat??
Your welcome, I don't have the Mora Baptisms that could be a book you might want to order. We don't have it but you might try the Hispanic Genealogy Resource Center of New Mexico. HGRC or New Mexico Genealogy Society. Genealogy can get expensive and I live on a fixed income but I love it.
My mother just called a told me about your uncle. I am so sorry to hear about his death please tell your mom and the rest of the family.
A quien fuere, que me pudiere orientar sobre el manejo del programa Ahnentafel o Registro
modificado del PAF de los Santos de los Ultimos Dias, no se que estoy haciendo mal, pero siempre
que trato de hacer un reporte general y al hacer click en preview, solamente me muestra dos hojas,
como primera generacion, les agradeceria cualquier informacion o si me recomiendan un programa
de geneologia con Ahnentafel que pudiera ser mejor lo apreciaria mucho. afectuosamente, celestino.
Hola Celestino, si nadie pudo ayudarte, manda un e-mail a mi hijo David Jordan al siguiente: djm [at] enhanced [dot] org - Mi hijo es un computer geek y el me ayudo cuando me paso lo mismo que a ti. Dile que yo te diriji a el.
A quien fuere, que me pudiere orientar sobre el manejo del programa Ahnentafel
modificado del PAF de los Santos de los Ultimos Dias, no se que estoy haciendo
mal, pero siempre
que trato de hacer un reporte general y al hacer click en preview, solamente me
muestra dos hojas,
como primera generacion, les agradeceria cualquier informacion o si me
recomiendan un programa
de geneologia con Ahnentafel que pudiera ser mejor lo apreciaria mucho.
My mother (even though she was scots-irish & not mexican) raised her children to be proud of their heritage. I can remember as a little girl telling older neighbor kids that I was Mexican American from my father & being told I was a liar. I got the gringo genes while my brother got the mexican ones in the looks department. We were not raised to speak spanish but my parents supported my desire to learn although you could say that I am really only fluent enough to cause trouble. Even as an adult, people will talk around me thinking I do not understand & they will automatically assume my husband who is Puerto Rican but does not speak spanish can talk a blue streak with them. When this happens, he can only stand & stare before looking to me to find out what was said. People are always amazed when this happens but I have always felt looked down on when I explain my mixed heritage to them. I have traced my ancestry for eleven years now & am proud
of both the mexican & non-mexican ancestors I can claim descent from. When I graduated from college, my diploma carried not only my married name but my maiden name as well in order to honor my ancestors. In the words of the short lived drama, The Roar, from several years back, "I honor my past & carry my future".
Juli D. Quinteros de Hernandez
I tried to send you some information to the above address but the message was returned undelivered. Is it possible that your mailbox might be full?
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Can we entertain the idea of having a " Book Tertulia" on a specific period of time from our rancho? In 2010 it will be the centennial celebration of the Mexican Revolution, maybe we can start with a theme from that period. It's just a thought.
Podriamos tener una "tertulia" sobre un libro que se enfoque en alguna etapa de nuestros ranchos? El 20010 sera el centenario de la Revolucion Mexicana, tal vez podriamos empezar con un tema de este periodo. Es solo una idea.
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