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By reye611 - Posted on 16 June 2008

Hello, I am new to the group and in the process of researching my father's family (Diaz) which is from Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco. I have included what I know so far. I am still awaiting some records from the Family History Center. I will also be researching the Luna line in Mayahua De Estrada, Zacatecas as my father's mother was a Luna. I just wanted to post this message in case anyone just happens to have some information and/or I can be of any help in the future. Also, If I should post this information somewhere else, let me know. I also have this information entered into ancestry.com. Thank you for your time.

Reye Diaz

Sample:

1. Reye Diaz – 1968 – Still Living – Sacramento, CA. - Me

2.
Camillo Nicholas Diaz – July 18, 1923 – December 2, 2002
Went by Nick C. Diaz. World War II Veteran, Army Ranger, Born in Merino Colorado, died in Sacramento, CA. Married twice. Son of Joseph Diaz and Juanita Luna

3.
Joseph Maria Diaz – July 5, 1896 – May 15, 1968
Went by Joe Diaz. Farmer and Bootlegger. Born in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico.
Documents: Civil records from Tepatitlan, maintain original document, show a Jose Ma. Diaz was born on July 5, 1896 to a Julio Diaz and Romana Nario. These same records also show the parent of Julio Diaz to be Encarnacion Diaz & Regina Ramirez and the parents of Romana Nario to be Juan Nario and Gregoria Camerena. Married to Juanita Magallenas Luna who, according to original Civil documents from Mayahua De Estrada, Zacatecas, was born on January 6, 1904. While in the U.S., she maintained a DOB of December 7, 1903. She died in March of 1903 in Sacramento. Have not committed to her genealogy but have been able to determine that her mother was named Albina Magallanez -1867 (Zacatecas) –1941 (Salinas, CA). and her father was named C. Florencio Luna who was born in 1868 in Mexico (Zacatecas).

4. Julio Diaz (abt: 1850) - Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Julio Dias Ramires was christened on April 15, 1850 in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. His parent were Encarnacion Diaz and Regina Ramires. Batch # C603712, Source Call # 0218458.

5. Encarnacion Diaz – Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that an Encarnacion Dias was married June 21, 1849 to a Regina Ramires in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. This same records show the parents of Encarnacion Dias to be a Juan Jose Diaz & Crecensia Gomez. Batch #M603735, Source Call #0218525.

6. Juan Jose Diaz - Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Juan Jose Diaz Castellano was married June 24, 1811 to a Crecensia Gomez in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. This same records show the parents of Juan Jose Diaz to be a Nicolas Diaz Castellano & Teresa De Asebes. Batch #M603728, Source Call #0218519.

7. Jose Nicolas Dias - Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Jose Nicolas Diaz was married February 2, 1788 to a Teresa De Asebes in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. This same records show the parents of Nicolas Dias to be a Manuel Dias & Maria Ana Peres. Batch #M603728, Source Call #0218519.

8.

Joseph Manuel Dias - Not sure of DOB, Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Joseph Manuel Dias was married June 25, 1752 to a Maria Anna Peres in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. Does not show parents. Batch #M603726, Source Call #0218517.

Well this is very interesting I am descended from the same family Pedro Diaz~Castellano from from Spain who arrived in Mexico in the
ca. 1680? They made their way to Tepatitlan or firstly to Guadalajara as the story goes. Well, Reye your line isnt that far from the original trunk of the tree since you say your abt 1730 presently i would guess you Jose Nicolas is a grandson of our ancestor? I know im also confused as i type this. -Daniel del Camino
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I am also related to the same Aceves in Tepa. Were double cousins! I made a mistake your Manuel Dias should be a grandchild of my gggggf Pedro Diaz Castellano he only had one son and the rest were daughters. His name was Joseph Diaz Castellano. I would definetly order the marriage for your manuel! Your manuel should have been born ca. 1725 or so and a great grandson; my mistake. Manuel should be a son of Joseph. I will look into this.
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This is so exciting. My long lost cousin Daniel Mendez! I was hoping my post would generate a response. Didn;t know it would come so quick. I will definetly order the marriage records for Manuel. Now when you you are related to the same Aceves, do you mean Teresa De Asebes that was married to Nicolas Diaz Castellano?

> Ive included abt a 5 min lookup for you what I found

DIAZ RAMIREZ GENERATION
1. LORENSO DIAS RAMIRES - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Christening: 15 AUG 1852 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico 2. JUAN DIAS RAMIRES - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Christening: 02 JUL 1854 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico
3. VICENTE DIAS RAMIRES - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Christening: 24 JAN 1866 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico
4. LADISLAO DIAS RAMIRES - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Christening: 28 JUN 1856 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico
4. LADISLAO DIAS RAMIRES - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Christening: 28 JUN 1856 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico
6. LUCIA DIAS RAMIREZ - International Genealogical Index Gender: Female Christening: 27 JUN 1858 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico
7. JULIO DIAZ RAMIRES - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Christening: 15 APR 1850 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico

DIAZ GOMEZ GENERATION
1. JOSE ENCARNACION DIAS GOMES - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Christening: 26 MAR 1825 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico 4. Geronima Dias - International Genealogical Index Gender: Female Marriage: 05 SEP 1855 San Francisco De Asis, Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico 5. Francisco Diaz - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Marriage: 08 MAY 1850 San Francisco De Asis, Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico 6. Francisco Diaz - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Birth: Basarte Gender: Female Birth: 13 JAN 1830 3. Maria Dolores Dias - International Genealogical Index Gender: Female Christening: 15 JAN 1830 San Francisco De Asis, Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico
9. José Francisco Díaz Gómez - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Birth: 15 SEP 1827 10. José Francisco Díaz Gómez - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Christening: 19 SEP 1827 San Francisco De Asis, Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico 1. JOSE ANTONIO DOMINGO DIAS GOMEZ - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Christening: 19 MAY 1816 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico

DIAZ PEREZ GENERATION
1. JOSE NICOLAS DIAS - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Marriage: 02 FEB 1788 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico 2. MARIA BONIFACIA DIAZ - International Genealogical Index Gender: Female Marriage: 17 FEB 1787 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico 3. JUANA MARIA DIAZ - International Genealogical Index Gender: Female Marriage: 17 FEB 1787 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico 4. JESUS DIAS - International Genealogical Index Gender: Female Marriage: 27 APR 1803 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico
1. GERTRUDIS DIAS - International Genealogical Index Gender: Female Marriage: 27 JAN 1796 Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico
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This is so exciting. My long lost cousin Daniel Mendez! I was hoping my post would generate a response. Didn;t know it would come so quick. I will definetly order the marriage records for Manuel. Now when you you are related to the same Aceves, do you mean Teresa De Asebes that was married to Nicolas Diaz Castellano?

Daniel Mendez wrote:
I am also related to the same Aceves in Tepa. Were double cousins! I made a mistake your Manuel Dias should be a grandchild of my gggggf Pedro Diaz Castellano he only had one son and the rest were daughters. His name was Joseph Diaz Castellano. I would definetly order the marriage for your manuel! Your manuel should have been born ca. 1725 or so and a great grandson; my mistake. Manuel should be a son of Joseph. I will look into this.
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Hi Reye, Im not sure who she is but I know ALL aceves in Los Altos are related. They came from Spain, Their are only about 3 total people now in the group related to the Diaz Castellanos. You, I and I actually forgot the last person? This family never left Tepa. at least the main branch and only married into a couple families namly the Aceves, Alvarez, Velasco, and Quiros and Losa families. As a Spaniard I can say that my ancestors we rather racist! They usually married into other prominant Spanish families. And hardly at least in my case married the natives. I was nce told if the case ever happened they would make sure the next 3 generations would marry "white" to ensure a criollo. I dont like the fact that they saw them as inferior. According to my genealogy I have only one indian line. That is Moctezuma. One black or mulatto. All my other ancestors were European. I am very proud of my indian and black lines especially because I knew they are part of me and people who worke
d hard to maintain their families. As you keep going back, Im sure youll connect with the Esparza, Romo, Mendoza, Lomelini and other "important families" of Colonial Spain". For me I love genealogy it keeps me going in life even though I might be young
im filled with knowledge and desire.

Daniel Mendez del Camino in San Jose, Ca
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Reye,

My name is Tony Diaz, wondering if our common surname may share an ancestor or two.  My grandfather, Gerardo Diaz, was born in Momax, Zacatecas, ca. 1898. His parents were from Rancho de Contreras. I understand that Momax (close to Tlaltenango) is near the Jalisco border. Would Tepatitlan be in the vicinity? Have you had your DNA results posted with the Genographic project? Curious to know if we may be related, in spite of the commonality of our shared last name.

-----Original Message-----
From: reye611
To: research@lists.nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 4:05 pm
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] Diaz Family - Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, also Luna - Mayahua De Estrada, Zacatecas

Hello, I am new to the group and in the process of researching my father's family (Diaz) which is from Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco. I have included what I know so far. I am still awaiting some records from the Family History Center. I will also be researching the Luna line in Mayahua De Estrada, Zacatecas as my father's mother was a Luna. I just wanted to post this message in case anyone just happens to have some information and/or I can be of any help in the future. Also, If I should post this information somewhere else, let me know. I also have this information entered into ancestry.com. Thank you for your time. 
 
Reye Diaz 
 
Sample: 
1. Reye Diaz – 1968 – Still Living – Sacramento, CA. - Me 2. Camillo Nicholas Diaz – July 18, 1923 – December 2, 2002 
Went by Nick C. Diaz. World War II Veteran, Army Ranger, Born in Merino Colorado, died in Sacramento, CA. Married twice. Son of Joseph Diaz and Juanita Luna 
3. Joseph Maria Diaz – July 5, 1896 – May 15, 1968 
Went by Joe Diaz. Farmer and Bootlegger. Born in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. Documents: Civil records from Tepatitlan, maintain original document, show a Jose Ma. Diaz was born on July 5, 1896 to a Julio Diaz and Romana Nario. These same records also show the parent of Julio Diaz to be Encarnacion Diaz & Regina Ramirez and the parents of Romana Nario to be Juan Nario and Gregoria Camerena. Married to Juanita Magallenas Luna who, according to original Civil documents from Mayahua De Estrada, Zacatecas, was born on January 6, 1904. While in the U.S., she maintained a DOB of December 7, 1903. She died in March of 1903 in Sacramento. Have not committed to her genealogy but have been able to determine that her mother was named Albina Magallanez -1867 (Zacatecas) –1941 (Salinas, CA). and her father was named C. Florencio Luna who was born in 1868 in Mexico (Zacatecas). 4. Julio Diaz (abt: 1850) - Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Julio Dias Ramires was christened on April 15, 1850 in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. His parent were Encarnacion Diaz and Regina Ramires. Batch # C603712, Source Call # 0218458. 5. Encarnacion Diaz – Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that an Encarnacion Dias was married June 21, 1849 to a Regina Ramires in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. This same records show the parents of Encarnacion Dias to be a Juan Jose Diaz & Crecensia Gomez. Batch #M603735, Source Call #0218525. 
6. Juan Jose Diaz - Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Juan Jose Diaz Castellano was married June 24, 1811 to a Crecensia Gomez in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. This same records show the parents of Juan Jose Diaz to be a Nicolas Diaz Castellano & Teresa De Asebes. Batch #M603728, Source Call #0218519. 
7. Jose Nicolas Dias - Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Jose Nicolas Diaz was married February 2, 1788 to a Teresa De Asebes in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. This same records show the parents of Nicolas Dias to be a Manuel Dias & Maria Ana Peres. Batch #M603728, Source Call #0218519. 
8. Joseph Manuel Dias - Not sure of DOB, Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Joseph Manuel Dias was married June 25, 1752 to a Maria Anna Peres in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. Does not show parents. Batch #M603726, Source Call #0218517. 

Hey Tony, well I know my Granfather, Jose Maria Diaz was born around the same time as your grandfather, 1896 to be exact. However, my grandfather was born in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico, not in the State of Zacatecas, were my grandmother, Juana Luna, was from. Also, as I have been briefly tracing my Diaz roots, it appears the Diaz familoy, for the most part, stayed in Tepatitlan, although my grandfather apparently deviated from that pattern. According to my long lost Cousin Daniel Mendez (look at the posts) he has advised me that the Diaz clan really never left Tepa. So, unless we can trace your grandfathers roots back to Tepatitlan, I'm not sure if he is going to link into my family line in Mexico. However, I will take a look at the information you gave me and also keep an eye out for any possible links.

Reye

Hey Tony, well I know my Granfather, Jose Maria Diaz was born around the same time as your grandfather, 1896 to be exact. However, my grandfather was born in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico, not in the State of Zacatecas, were my grandmother, Juana Luna, was from. Also, as I have been briefly tracing my Diaz roots, it appears the Diaz familoy, for the most part, stayed in Tepatitlan, although my grandfather apparently deviated from that pattern. According to my long lost Cousin Daniel Mendez (look at the posts) he has advised me that the Diaz clan really never left Tepa. So, unless we can trace your grandfathers roots back to Tepatitlan, I'm not sure if he is going to link into my family line in Mexico. However, I will take a look at the information you gave me and also keep an eye out for any possible links.

Reye

ripped65@aol.com wrote:
Reye,

My name is Tony Diaz, wondering if our common surname may share an ancestor or two. My grandfather, Gerardo Diaz, was born in Momax, Zacatecas, ca. 1898. His parents were from Rancho de Contreras. I understand that Momax (close to Tlaltenango) is near the Jalisco border. Would Tepatitlan be in the vicinity? Have you had your DNA results posted with the Genographic project? Curious to know if we may be related, in spite of the commonality of our shared last name.

-----Original Message-----
From: reye611
To: research@lists.nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 4:05 pm
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] Diaz Family - Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, also Luna - Mayahua De Estrada, Zacatecas

Hello, I am new to the group and in the process of researching my father's family (Diaz) which is from Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco. I have included what I know so far. I am still awaiting some records from the Family History Center. I will also be researching the Luna line in Mayahua De Estrada, Zacatecas as my father's mother was a Luna. I just wanted to post this message in case anyone just happens to have some information and/or I can be of any help in the future. Also, If I should post this information somewhere else, let me know. I also have this information entered into ancestry.com. Thank you for your time.Â
Â
Reye DiazÂ
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Sample:Â
1. Reye Diaz – 1968 – Still Living – Sacramento, CA. - Me 2. Camillo Nicholas Diaz – July 18, 1923 – December 2, 2002Â
Went by Nick C. Diaz. World War II Veteran, Army Ranger, Born in Merino Colorado, died in Sacramento, CA. Married twice. Son of Joseph Diaz and Juanita LunaÂ
3. Joseph Maria Diaz – July 5, 1896 – May 15, 1968Â
Went by Joe Diaz. Farmer and Bootlegger. Born in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. Documents: Civil records from Tepatitlan, maintain original document, show a Jose Ma. Diaz was born on July 5, 1896 to a Julio Diaz and Romana Nario. These same records also show the parent of Julio Diaz to be Encarnacion Diaz & Regina Ramirez and the parents of Romana Nario to be Juan Nario and Gregoria Camerena. Married to Juanita Magallenas Luna who, according to original Civil documents from Mayahua De Estrada, Zacatecas, was born on January 6, 1904. While in the U.S., she maintained a DOB of December 7, 1903. She died in March of 1903 in Sacramento. Have not committed to her genealogy but have been able to determine that her mother was named Albina Magallanez -1867 (Zacatecas) –1941 (Salinas, CA). and her father was named C. Florencio Luna who was born in 1868 in Mexico (Zacatecas). 4. Julio Diaz (abt: 1850) - Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church.
Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Julio Dias Ramires was christened on April 15, 1850 in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. His parent were Encarnacion Diaz and Regina Ramires. Batch # C603712, Source Call # 0218458. 5. Encarnacion Diaz – Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that an Encarnacion Dias was married June 21, 1849 to a Regina Ramires in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. This same records show the parents of Encarnacion Dias to be a Juan Jose Diaz & Crecensia Gomez. Batch #M603735, Source Call #0218525.Â
6. Juan Jose Diaz - Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Juan Jose Diaz Castellano was married June 24, 1811 to a Crecensia Gomez in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. This same records show the parents of Juan Jose Diaz to be a Nicolas Diaz Castellano & Teresa De Asebes. Batch #M603728, Source Call #0218519.Â
7. Jose Nicolas Dias - Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Jose Nicolas Diaz was married February 2, 1788 to a Teresa De Asebes in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. This same records show the parents of Nicolas Dias to be a Manuel Dias & Maria Ana Peres. Batch #M603728, Source Call #0218519.Â
8. Joseph Manuel Dias - Not sure of DOB, Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Joseph Manuel Dias was married June 25, 1752 to a Maria Anna Peres in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. Does not show parents. Batch #M603726, Source Call #0218517.Â

Hi Reye,

My family is also partly from Moyahua. When you search, also look at Juchipila, Amoxochitl and Contitlan, Zac. I have a lot of Luna's in my tree from that entire area that are connected. The towns are very close to each other.

Also, a tip, anything can happen in a family tree... So don't walk away from the possibility of your other family also having a branch in Zac. My family went back and forth between Zac, Jal and Aguascalientes throughout the generations.

Suerte and welcome!

Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T

-----Original Message-----
From: reye611

Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 14:05:41
To:research@lists.nuestrosranchos.com
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] Diaz Family - Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco,
also Luna - Mayahua De Estrada, Zacatecas

Hello, I am new to the group and in the process of researching my father's family (Diaz) which is from Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco. I have included what I know so far. I am still awaiting some records from the Family History Center. I will also be researching the Luna line in Mayahua De Estrada, Zacatecas as my father's mother was a Luna. I just wanted to post this message in case anyone just happens to have some information and/or I can be of any help in the future. Also, If I should post this information somewhere else, let me know. I also have this information entered into ancestry.com. Thank you for your time.

Reye Diaz

Sample:

1. Reye Diaz – 1968 – Still Living – Sacramento, CA. - Me

2.
Camillo Nicholas Diaz – July 18, 1923 – December 2, 2002
Went by Nick C. Diaz. World War II Veteran, Army Ranger, Born in Merino Colorado, died in Sacramento, CA. Married twice. Son of Joseph Diaz and Juanita Luna

3.
Joseph Maria Diaz – July 5, 1896 – May 15, 1968
Went by Joe Diaz. Farmer and Bootlegger. Born in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico.
Documents: Civil records from Tepatitlan, maintain original document, show a Jose Ma. Diaz was born on July 5, 1896 to a Julio Diaz and Romana Nario. These same records also show the parent of Julio Diaz to be Encarnacion Diaz & Regina Ramirez and the parents of Romana Nario to be Juan Nario and Gregoria Camerena. Married to Juanita Magallenas Luna who, according to original Civil documents from Mayahua De Estrada, Zacatecas, was born on January 6, 1904. While in the U.S., she maintained a DOB of December 7, 1903. She died in March of 1903 in Sacramento. Have not committed to her genealogy but have been able to determine that her mother was named Albina Magallanez -1867 (Zacatecas) –1941 (Salinas, CA). and her father was named C. Florencio Luna who was born in 1868 in Mexico (Zacatecas).

4. Julio Diaz (abt: 1850) - Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Julio Dias Ramires was christened on April 15, 1850 in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. His parent were Encarnacion Diaz and Regina Ramires. Batch # C603712, Source Call # 0218458.

5. Encarnacion Diaz – Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that an Encarnacion Dias was married June 21, 1849 to a Regina Ramires in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. This same records show the parents of Encarnacion Dias to be a Juan Jose Diaz & Crecensia Gomez. Batch #M603735, Source Call #0218525.

6. Juan Jose Diaz - Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Juan Jose Diaz Castellano was married June 24, 1811 to a Crecensia Gomez in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. This same records show the parents of Juan Jose Diaz to be a Nicolas Diaz Castellano & Teresa De Asebes. Batch #M603728, Source Call #0218519.

7. Jose Nicolas Dias - Not sure of DOB, have ordered Micorfiche through the Mormon Church. Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Jose Nicolas Diaz was married February 2, 1788 to a Teresa De Asebes in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. This same records show the parents of Nicolas Dias to be a Manuel Dias & Maria Ana Peres. Batch #M603728, Source Call #0218519.

8.

Joseph Manuel Dias - Not sure of DOB, Through Familysearch.org, have been able to determine that a Joseph Manuel Dias was married June 25, 1752 to a Maria Anna Peres in Tepatitlan De Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. Does not show parents. Batch #M603726, Source Call #0218517.

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