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Jesus Maria & San Jose Calvillo, Aguascalientes Batch Numbers

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By makas_nc - Posted on 11 July 2006

Anyone doing Aguascalientes Research? Here is a great volunteer
opportunity! Learn how to data entry this information in to the films
database that Arturo built. Interested, but have questions? Ask away.

joseph

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Nuestro Padre Jesus Nazareno, Jesus Maria, Aguascalientes, Mexico

Bautismos

C602731 1816 - 1833 0635557
C602732 1833 - 1844 0635558
C602733 1844 - 1852 0635559
C602734 1852 - 1858 0635560
J602735 1858 - 1862 0635561 Boys
K602735 1858 - 1862 0635561 Girls
C602736 1862 - 1868 0635562
C602737 1868 - 1872 0635563

Matrimonios

M602739 1825 - 1865 0635619

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San Jose, Calvillo, Aguascalientes, Mexico

Bautimos

C602671 1772 - 1798 0635761
J602672 1798 - 1806 0635762 Boys
K602672 1798 - 1806 0635762 Girls
C602673 1806 - 1815 0635763
C602674 1815 - 1824 0635764
J602675 1824 - 1830 0635765 Boys
K602675 1824 - 1830 0635765 Girls
J602676 1830 - 1839 0635766 Boys
K602676 1830 - 1839 0635766 Girls
C602677 1839 - 1847 0635767
C602678 1847 - 1855 0635768
C602679 1855 - 1862 0635769
C604351 1863 - 1870 0635770
C604352 1870 - 1875 0635771

Matrimonios

M604353 1772 - 1813 0635886
M604354 1813 - 1854 0635887
M604355 1854 - 1874 0635888
M604356 1874 - 1884 0635889
M604357 1884 - 1885 0604357

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bonus find. . .isn't it strange how the batch number flowed right from
Calvillo batches (C602679) above right into Jalisco below.

Sagrado Corazon De Jesus, Tenamaxtlan, Jalisco, Mexico

Bautismos

C602681 1757 - 1794 1153862
C602682 1795 - 1819 1153863
C602683 1819 - 1836 1153864
C602684 1836 - 1854 1153865

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Helen:

The films database on Nuestros Ranchos has two basic functions... the first is to make it easier to search IGI and VRI by providing batch numbers by municipality and date so that you can easily narrow your search and even perform powerful wildcard searches that are usually not possible without batch numbers. In fact, when you find a film in the database, you can simply click the IGI or VRI button next to the film number and it will take you directly to the familysearch website and give you a listing of EVERYTHING that is on that film from which you can narrow your search by entering as little or as much additional data as you want.

The second purpose is so that members can see if another member has a particular film on indefinite loan at their local FHC. Members who have films on such indefinte loan are usually familiar with the content of the film and can answer questions and some very generous ones will even do a sporadic lookup for another member so as to facilitate searches...

I hope this helps.

Well the specific info below is from the IGI

why not go and have a look

log in to the http://NuestrosRanchos.com site and then at the top pick
the "Films" tab and have a look around. You can access this info from
www.familysearch.org but here we have many of the films/batch numbers in
one place thanks to Arturo. Of course we don't have a comprehensive
listing for our area that is why I was making an appeal for a data entry
volunteer.

batch number hunting for your relatives will help you save a lot of time
when your films come in so you can go directly to the records you are
looking for. But if you have the time going through the films frame by
frame is by far the best way to do it.

joseph

ps: you might want to look in the message archives also for the subject
of "Batch Numbers" or words similar to this. over the years we've had
much discussion about using batch numbers to search for ancestors. If
you can't find them let me know and I'll try to go in and bring them out.

helencfisher@comcast.net wrote:

>I do not understand about this data base? Could you explain, is that from IGI? Helen
>
>
>>Anyone doing Aguascalientes Research? Here is a great volunteer opportunity
>>
>>
>>Nuestro Padre Jesus Nazareno, Jesus Maria, Aguascalientes, Mexico
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>>Bautismos
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>>C602731 1816 - 1833 0635557
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>>
>
>

Joseph:

I have uploaded the Aguascalientes batch and film numbers that you posted. There is way to do mass imports which makes large amounts of data entry unnecessary.

Mickey, I believe you had sent me a similar list with Jalisco batch numbers sometime last month. My computer died and with it died the file you sent me. Can you resend it to me?

Also, there were other members who were doing data entry and entered films with errors they could not fix. I have got some breathing room again and can attend to getting all this fixed, if people just send me their requests PRIVATELY to my email address or through the contact form on the site.

Thank you to everyone for making the Films Database such a sucess.

Does anyone know the location of Chilarillo? -- presumably somewhere in
Aguascalientes circa 1835, mentioned in several Rincón/San José
christening records. I have not been able to find it on any of my maps
or in any of the lists of ranchos and haciendas that I know of.

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Best regards,
Stuart mailto:stuart-ranchos@comcast.net

Stuart, it's listed here: http://biblio2.colmex.mx/bibdig/dicc_cubas/base3.htm this is in our links. It shows 7 Chilarillos, hopefully one is yours.
Linda in B.C.

Stuart Armstrong wrote:
Does anyone know the location of Chilarillo? -- presumably somewhere in
Aguascalientes circa 1835, mentioned in several Rincón/San José
christening records. I have not been able to find it on any of my maps
or in any of the lists of ranchos and haciendas that I know of.

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Best regards,
Stuart mailto:stuart-ranchos@comcast.net

Hello Erlinda,

Thank you, Linda.
I will bookmark that source. It looks like a very useful resource.

Sunday, July 30, 2006, 10:46:46 AM, you wrote:

> Stuart, it's listed here:
> http://biblio2.colmex.mx/bibdig/dicc_cubas/base3.htm this is in our
> links. It shows 7 Chilarillos, hopefully one is yours.
> Linda in B.C.

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Best regards,
Stuart mailto:stuart-ranchos@comcast.net

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