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By gloriad648 - Posted on 19 July 2006

-----Original Message-----
>From: Jose Aguayo

>I read with great interest your mention of General Trinidad Rodriguez. I,
>too, am a student of the Mexican Revolution and especially General Francisco
>Villa and the Division Del Norte. When I read your message, I immediately
>consulted the index of The Life & Times of Pancho Villa by Friedrich Katz.

Jose, would your book include any information on the "Tigre de Tijuana"
Lt. Miguel Guerrero, who died Feb 14, 1914 while fighting the Villistas in San
Miguel el Alto? I'm curious as to his date and place of birth, and ancestry, to
prove or disprove a possible family connection. There was a corrido written
about him, and his remains are buried in Tijuana. I've seen only a brief reference
to Guerrero on someone's blog, and have part of a faded newspaper article from
1936 that my grandmother saved. Guerrero murdered my grandfather in 1912.

Thank you for your help and time.

Gloria Delgado

Sorry. There is no mention of Lt. Miguel Guerrero in The Life & Times of
Pancho Villa.
Jose Aguayo
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gloria"
To:
Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2006 12:47 AM
Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] Pancho Villa and Lt. Miguel Guerrero

> -----Original Message-----
>>From: Jose Aguayo
>
>>I read with great interest your mention of General Trinidad Rodriguez. I,
>>too, am a student of the Mexican Revolution and especially General
>>Francisco
>>Villa and the Division Del Norte. When I read your message, I immediately
>>consulted the index of The Life & Times of Pancho Villa by Friedrich Katz.
>
> Jose, would your book include any information on the "Tigre de Tijuana"
> Lt. Miguel Guerrero, who died Feb 14, 1914 while fighting the Villistas in
> San
> Miguel el Alto? I'm curious as to his date and place of birth, and
> ancestry, to
> prove or disprove a possible family connection. There was a corrido
> written
> about him, and his remains are buried in Tijuana. I've seen only a brief
> reference
> to Guerrero on someone's blog, and have part of a faded newspaper article
> from
> 1936 that my grandmother saved. Guerrero murdered my grandfather in 1912.
>
> Thank you for your help and time.
>
> Gloria Delgado

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