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What ever happened to the missing 1719-1733baptismal records from Aguascalientes?

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By MariaCortez - Posted on 01 January 2010

Bill,

I just wanted to echo the thanks and kudos that have already been
posted here. You are the most accomplished Genealogist ever! Thanks
for sharing this important bit of information. You always stick to
the facts and never post useless opinions. That's the mark of a true
Genealogist.

Maria Cortez

>  Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] What ever happened to the missing 1719-1733baptismal records from Aguascalientes?
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>  To: all members of Nuestros Ranchos
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>  Te following excerpts are from a letter I sent to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, UT in August of 2008.  It contains important information for those focusing their research in Aguascalientes.  Since I didn't get a reply or noticed any corrective action taken, I decided to post it in this forum for the benefit of all members of Nuestros Ranchos.
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>  "For several years I had been trying to find the baptismal record of my 4th great grandfather Vicente Ruiz de Esparza, but soon realized that it was missing.  As a matter of fact, all the baptisms of ?Espa?oles? from 1719-1733 from ?Parroquia de la Asunci?n de Aguascalientes? seemed to be missing.  I searched over and over for these records, carefully combing through a number of microfilms, to no avail.  Finally, in desperation, I decided to take a trip to Aguascalientes in central Mexico (I live in Texas) to find out if the book had been lost or never filmed by the LDS."

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