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VITELA family in JALPA or Miguel Auza, Zac.

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By Visitor - Posted on 03 October 2008

Hello everybody:

I see many of you search families in Jalpa, Zac. but I don't find any match with your lastnames, however, as you have been searching in those records, I would like to ask you if you have seen VITELA in Jalpa? My grand-father was born there in 1866 - 68 and his name was Francisco Vitela, his parents were Gorgonio/Aurelio Vitela and Fermina/Emigdia Lopez (I found them with two different names both). It has been difficult to me to find more information. I have read several microfilms and nothing comes up. What I found in IGI were many Vitela from Miguel Auza, Zac. (Mezquital del Oro) but among the many names no-one matches my G-Grand-parents Gorgonio and Fermina. I haven´t been able to relate them. As I found many Vitelas there by the same years (1850-1870) y think they may be relatives, but I haven´t conffirm that.

If anyone have some ideas, sugestions or recomendations, hints or informations to share, please let me know because I feel a little lost and frustrated. Hope someone can help me.

Thanks in advance.

Best regards.


Francisco VITELA married Juana VILLAREAL also from Jalpa. Juana's parents were Juan VILLARREAL and Dionisia SALAS. Hope somebody has hear or known about them.

Thank you in advance.

Alessandro, yes, I have seen Vitela in the Jalpa records. In a message I
sent earlier, I sent a list of the available records of Jalpa thru LDS. Next
Thursday, I will look for the specific years you mention and see if your
grandfather is listed.



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Thank you Mercedes, I´ll appreciate it very much. Keep in touch.

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