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By Visitor - Posted on 11 July 2006

Again, thank you so much for your help. I am so happy. Helen
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From: arturoramos
> Helen:
> Here is another interesting entry that may or may not be your ancestor but the
> dates seem to match and the fact that this woman's father's name was Tiburcio
> makes me think that the information in my previous message which was included in
> the IGI from an individual's pedigree rather than an actual extraction of a
> record may be incorrect... both Hermengildo's father's name and perhaps the
> location of the marriage.
> If this is the correct Simona Richarte, the name Tiburcio in your family comes
> from the Richarte side not the Femat side. You should also note that Femat is
> spelled Femad, Fermad, Fermat, etc. in the records.
> Christening: 23 FEB 1834 Cienega De Mata, Ojuelos, Jalisco, Mexico
> IGI Batch: C607045 Film 0640156

Dear Group,
I'm hoping there's someone out there that likes reading the old church entries.  This is an unusual request, I know; but I don't know any other way to do this.  On the pilot site, I'm researching difunciones entries for Nstra Sra De Guadalupe, Salinas Victoria, Nvo Leon 1745-1836, specifically image 140.  It's on the right, third from the bottom.  This is my 7ggrandfather, Martin De Arrambide, and I need to know if I'm reading the entry correctly.  I'm not sure about a word that comes after his name; it could indicate that my research with that line is finished in Mexico.  Also, does it say that he had a mason's burial?  What's that? I'm confused and all help would be greatly appreciated.   Thanks so much,   Alice

Femat and Femá with Romo de Vivar


I came across this information today:

The name Femá is also written as Femat, judging from two documents:

1. Marriage dispensa for Don Fernando Femá and Dona Teodora Romo de Vivar,
Mexico, Jalisco, Catholic...Church Records, 1590-1995
Diócesis de Guadalajara
Matrimonios 1735-1819
Image 45 of 278

This doc has a tree for Monica Romo de Vivar and two of her sons and their sons and their son/daughter (who wish to marry). One son of Monica has the name Fermin Femá and the other is given as Pedro Romo de Vivar.

2. The Información Matrimonial for Fermín Antonio Femat and
Mónica Romo de Vivar (dated 17/Oct/1715 in Aguascalientes, Sagrario) IMAGE 166 ON THE FOLLOWING:

Monica's proposed husband is named as Fermin Antonio Femat, and his father has the same name (end with a "t", no accent mark)

Denise Fastrup

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