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New GEDCOM of the Bejar and Alviso Families

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By Maureen Bejar - Posted on 22 January 2008

Recently I submitted my GEDCOM to this site and here is some of the information it contains:

Areas and Ranches covered:

San Miguel El Alto : Ranchos: Moya (Molla), Callejones, Cerro de la Cruz, Abiones, Morquecho, La Mesa,
Cofradia, La Fortuna, Ocotes, Las Pilas.

Valle de Guadalupe: Ranchos, Mexcala, La Joya, Barranca, Canada Grande, Tepozanes, Cerro Blanco, La Loma, Ramblas, Buenavista, La Providencia, Sin Agua.



Tepatitlan de Morelos: Ranchos Ponpotes and Nuevo

In Michoacán: Tangancicuaro, Rancho Puentevillas


Alviso, Ledesma, Jauregui, Bejar, Rocha, De La Torre, Iniguez, Gonsales, Fernandes, Hernandes, Jernandes, Servantes

Other Surnames:

Alba, Alcala, Alvarado, Alvares, Araujo, Ayala, Baldivia, Baragas, Barba, Barria, Becerra, Camacho, Carranza, Casillas, Chaves, Cornejo, Covarubias, Crus, Cuevas, Delgadillo, Delgado, Dias, Dominguez, Flores, Franco, Gallardo, Galvan, Gama, Garcia, Gomez, Gutierres, Lopez, Lozano, Madrigal, Mariscal, Martin, Mata, Montanes, Munoz, Ortiz, Pacheco, Paulin, Paz, Peres, Placencia, Puga, Ponce, Quiros, Ramirez, Renteria, Retancourt, Rios, Rodriguez, Rubio, Ruiz, Sanches, Valdivia

Without knowing some dates of death, I excluded everyone born after 1915. If by chance anyone knows that I have a living person listed on this GEDCOM, please advise and I will remove.

Also, let me know of any errors and I check my backup and will correct with documentation. Thank you.

Hi Maureen

The surname Morquecho turns up in this informacion matrimonial from zacatecas, sagrario 1781, image 405

The groom is Jose Francisco Lira, son of Augustino Lira and Rafaela Morquecho.
The bride is Maria Bruna Brabo, dau of Rafael Brabo and Maria Manuela Rodriguez.
Both are Indian.

Here's the link:

I'd never seen the name Morquecho before, so i checked to see if anyone had any relation to it in NR, and your post turned up. You may not be looking for morquechos, but any else who does a search of the morquecho name will see this post.

Other than that, i can see we share the name Araujo, mine from armadillo de los infantes...


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