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By makas_nc - Posted on 12 June 2006

For those that are doing research in both areas have you ever had a look
at this film? It is pretty current 1905, but my curiosity makes me want
to see what's on the film. Is El Refugio close to Momax?:

Title
Registros parroquiales, 1905-1919

Authors
Iglesia Católica (El Refugio, Jalisco) (Main Author)

Notes
Microfilme de manuscritos en el archivo de la parroquia de Santo Tomás
Apóstol en Momax, Zacatecas.
Contenido: Bautismos, 1905-1919.
El rancho de El Refugio forma parte del municipio de Colotlán.
Parish registers of baptisms from El Refugio (Colotlán), Jalisco, Mexico.

Subjects
México, Jalisco, El Rufugio (Colotlán) - Church records

Format
Manuscript (On Film)

Language
Spanish

Publication
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmado por la Sociedad Genealógica de Utah, 1962

Physical
1 rollo de microfilme ; 35 mm.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Registros parroquiales - VAULT INTL Film [ 444024 ]

© 2002 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.

Joseph, I was just reading the exchange between you and Arturo about the El Paso, Texas Border crossing records. In my husband's family "treasure chest of documents," we came across one for his paternal grandmother, Trinidad Serrano, dated Aug 19, 1927. The wonderful thing about this document is that it has a picture of Trinidad. For those list members that have never seen one, in a couple of days I'll scan the one I have, and place it on my "La Casita Corbera webpage." The cost of this alien head-tax was $8.00 representing head-tax assessed by the US Immigration Service Mexican Border District... It's signed by J. H. Lane, Bridge Collecter for the El Paso Electric Co. El Paso, Texas. Pat

Joseph Puentes wrote:
For those that are doing research in both areas have you ever had a look
at this film? It is pretty current 1905, but my curiosity makes me want
to see what's on the film. Is El Refugio close to Momax?:

Title
Registros parroquiales, 1905-1919

Authors
Iglesia Católica (El Refugio, Jalisco) (Main Author)

Notes
Microfilme de manuscritos en el archivo de la parroquia de Santo Tomás
Apóstol en Momax, Zacatecas.
Contenido: Bautismos, 1905-1919.
El rancho de El Refugio forma parte del municipio de Colotlán.
Parish registers of baptisms from El Refugio (Colotlán), Jalisco, Mexico.

Subjects
México, Jalisco, El Rufugio (Colotlán) - Church records

Format
Manuscript (On Film)

Language
Spanish

Publication
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmado por la Sociedad Genealógica de Utah, 1962

Physical
1 rollo de microfilme ; 35 mm.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Registros parroquiales - VAULT INTL Film [ 444024 ]

© 2002 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.

Joseph, I have added the Alien Head-Tax Receipt to my website. It can be viewed at this URL http://www.geocities.com/papagaia2/trinidad.htm
Pat

Patricia Corbera wrote:
Joseph, I was just reading the exchange between you and Arturo about the El Paso, Texas Border crossing records. In my husband's family "treasure chest of documents," we came across one for his paternal grandmother, Trinidad Serrano, dated Aug 19, 1927. The wonderful thing about this document is that it has a picture of Trinidad. For those list members that have never seen one, in a couple of days I'll scan the one I have, and place it on my "La Casita Corbera webpage." The cost of this alien head-tax was $8.00 representing head-tax assessed by the US Immigration Service Mexican Border District... It's signed by J. H. Lane, Bridge Collecter for the El Paso Electric Co. El Paso, Texas. Pat

Joseph Puentes wrote:
For those that are doing research in both areas have you ever had a look
at this film? It is pretty current 1905, but my curiosity makes me want
to see what's on the film. Is El Refugio close to Momax?:

Title
Registros parroquiales, 1905-1919

Authors
Iglesia Católica (El Refugio, Jalisco) (Main Author)

Notes
Microfilme de manuscritos en el archivo de la parroquia de Santo Tomás
Apóstol en Momax, Zacatecas.
Contenido: Bautismos, 1905-1919.
El rancho de El Refugio forma parte del municipio de Colotlán.
Parish registers of baptisms from El Refugio (Colotlán), Jalisco, Mexico.

Subjects
México, Jalisco, El Rufugio (Colotlán) - Church records

Format
Manuscript (On Film)

Language
Spanish

Publication
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmado por la Sociedad Genealógica de Utah, 1962

Physical
1 rollo de microfilme ; 35 mm.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Registros parroquiales - VAULT INTL Film [ 444024 ]

© 2002 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.

this is very interesting information about the Alien Head Tax. I just
sent off an email to the El Paso Electric company asking if they know
where these records might be archived (that is if they weren't destroyed),

joseph

El Paso Electric Main Offices
Toll free: 1-800-592-1634
(915) 543-5711

Mailing Address
El Paso Electric
P.O. Box 982
El Paso, Texas 79960

Customer Service Lines
Texas (915) 543-5970
New Mexico (505) 526-5555
e-mail: customerservices@epelectric.com

Patricia Corbera wrote:

>Joseph, I have added the Alien Head-Tax Receipt to my website. It can be viewed at this URL http://www.geocities.com/papagaia2/trinidad.htm
> Pat
>
>Patricia Corbera wrote:
> Joseph, I was just reading the exchange between you and Arturo about the El Paso, Texas Border crossing records. In my husband's family "treasure chest of documents," we came across one for his paternal grandmother, Trinidad Serrano, dated Aug 19, 1927. The wonderful thing about this document is that it has a picture of Trinidad. For those list members that have never seen one, in a couple of days I'll scan the one I have, and place it on my "La Casita Corbera webpage." The cost of this alien head-tax was $8.00 representing head-tax assessed by the US Immigration Service Mexican Border District... It's signed by J. H. Lane, Bridge Collecter for the El Paso Electric Co. El Paso, Texas. Pat
>
>

That's great, anxious to see what they have to say. Maybe FHC filmed them... Pat
Joseph Puentes wrote: this is very interesting information about the Alien Head Tax. I just
sent off an email to the El Paso Electric company asking if they know
where these records might be archived (that is if they weren't destroyed),

joseph

El Paso Electric Main Offices
Toll free: 1-800-592-1634
(915) 543-5711

Mailing Address
El Paso Electric
P.O. Box 982
El Paso, Texas 79960

Customer Service Lines
Texas (915) 543-5970
New Mexico (505) 526-5555
e-mail: customerservices@epelectric.com

Patricia Corbera wrote:

>Joseph, I have added the Alien Head-Tax Receipt to my website. It can be viewed at this URL http://www.geocities.com/papagaia2/trinidad.htm
> Pat
>
>Patricia Corbera
wrote:
> Joseph, I was just reading the exchange between you and Arturo about the El Paso, Texas Border crossing records. In my husband's family "treasure chest of documents," we came across one for his paternal grandmother, Trinidad Serrano, dated Aug 19, 1927. The wonderful thing about this document is that it has a picture of Trinidad. For those list members that have never seen one, in a couple of days I'll scan the one I have, and place it on my "La Casita Corbera webpage." The cost of this alien head-tax was $8.00 representing head-tax assessed by the US Immigration Service Mexican Border District... It's signed by J. H. Lane, Bridge Collecter for the El Paso Electric Co. El Paso, Texas. Pat
>
>

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