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By mendezdetorres - Posted on 12 January 2010

Hi all, on Sunday after Church we had a fireside and had the honor
to speak with the head of the Latin America division committee of
Family Search. For about 3 hours he gave a presentation on how
to start our genealogy for the all levels of expertise. He's the guy
in charge on the order of records are released online (at least
the Spanish speaking countries.) He stated because of constant
asking for Zacatecas it would be one of the next states to be released
we could be seeing with in later this year possibly for Zacatecas
church records online which would be good for all of us! He also
stated it matters what people want, if no one says we want say Guanajuato
then he'll just wait. The reason why Chihuahua was released was because
his ancestors are mostly from Chihuahua, ha ha ha. We as Nuestros
Ranchos should sign and write up a letter to release Jalisco soon!
I think with the body of dedicated genealogist we have it would leave an
impression. Eventhough he said Mexico City (DF) and Jalisco would be
one of the last ones to be realeased. Because They both were capitals of their
own audencias in Colonial Times. Nueva Galicia and Mejico. It also helps
if we leave feedback on the pilot site, they actually do check it believe it
or not. I hope this gives us hope! I know I cant wait for Zacatecas and Ill
explode when Jalisco is finally released!
-Daniel Mendez Camino

I'm In!!!

We should contact Everybody,, and really, really push for it!!!!

why wait for Jalisco ?? I believe is the most researched state isn't it????

Sounds Illogical to me.

Saludos!!!

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From:
Sent: Tuesday, January 12, 2010 7:58 PM
To:
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] Soon to be released Zacatecas Pilot Records

> Hi all, on Sunday after Church we had a fireside and had the honor
> to speak with the head of the Latin America division committee of
> Family Search. For about 3 hours he gave a presentation on how
> to start our genealogy for the all levels of expertise. He's the guy
> in charge on the order of records are released online (at least
> the Spanish speaking countries.) He stated because of constant
> asking for Zacatecas it would be one of the next states to be released
> we could be seeing with in later this year possibly for Zacatecas
> church records online which would be good for all of us! He also
> stated it matters what people want, if no one says we want say Guanajuato
> then he'll just wait. The reason why Chihuahua was released was because
> his ancestors are mostly from Chihuahua, ha ha ha. We as Nuestros
> Ranchos should sign and write up a letter to release Jalisco soon!
> I think with the body of dedicated genealogist we have it would leave an
> impression. Eventhough he said Mexico City (DF) and Jalisco would be
> one of the last ones to be realeased. Because They both were capitals of
> their
> own audencias in Colonial Times. Nueva Galicia and Mejico. It also helps
> if we leave feedback on the pilot site, they actually do check it believe
> it or not. I hope this gives us hope! I know I cant wait for Zacatecas and
> Ill
> explode when Jalisco is finally released! -Daniel Mendez Camino

Count me in, I will also leave feed back in the pilot site regarding Jalisco.

Thank you Daniel,

Dennis

> From: pacoromog@hotmail.com
> To: research@NuestrosRanchos.com
> Date: Tue, 12 Jan 2010 20:36:05 -0500
> Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] Soon to be released Zacatecas Pilot Records
>
>
> I'm In!!!
>
>
> We should contact Everybody,, and really, really push for it!!!!
>
> why wait for Jalisco ?? I believe is the most researched state isn't it????
>
> Sounds Illogical to me.
>
> Saludos!!!
>
>
>
> --------------------------------------------------
> From:
> Sent: Tuesday, January 12, 2010 7:58 PM
> To:
> Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] Soon to be released Zacatecas Pilot Records
>
> > Hi all, on Sunday after Church we had a fireside and had the honor
> > to speak with the head of the Latin America division committee of
> > Family Search. For about 3 hours he gave a presentation on how
> > to start our genealogy for the all levels of expertise. He's the guy
> > in charge on the order of records are released online (at least
> > the Spanish speaking countries.) He stated because of constant
> > asking for Zacatecas it would be one of the next states to be released
> > we could be seeing with in later this year possibly for Zacatecas
> > church records online which would be good for all of us! He also
> > stated it matters what people want, if no one says we want say Guanajuato
> > then he'll just wait. The reason why Chihuahua was released was because
> > his ancestors are mostly from Chihuahua, ha ha ha. We as Nuestros
> > Ranchos should sign and write up a letter to release Jalisco soon!
> > I think with the body of dedicated genealogist we have it would leave an
> > impression. Eventhough he said Mexico City (DF) and Jalisco would be
> > one of the last ones to be realeased. Because They both were capitals of
> > their
> > own audencias in Colonial Times. Nueva Galicia and Mejico. It also helps
> > if we leave feedback on the pilot site, they actually do check it believe
> > it or not. I hope this gives us hope! I know I cant wait for Zacatecas and
> > Ill
> > explode when Jalisco is finally released! -Daniel Mendez Camino
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Hello Daniel...Could you be so kind and provide
us with the name, and address of this individual that is the number one man in the Latin American Division....or better yet, an e-mail address.
 
Perhaps if we each blast him with an e-mail, that would be over 300 e-mails from our group..that ought to get his attention.

--- On Tue, 1/12/10, mendezdelcamino@live.com wrote:

Hi all, on Sunday after Church we had a fireside and had the honor
to speak with the head of the Latin America division committee of
Family Search. For about 3 hours he gave a presentation on how
to start our genealogy for the all levels of expertise. He's the guy
in charge on the order of records are released online (at least
the Spanish speaking countries.) He stated because of constant
asking for Zacatecas it would be one of the next states to be released
we could be seeing with in later this year possibly for Zacatecas
church records online which would be good for all of us! He also
stated it matters what people want, if no one says we want say Guanajuato
then he'll just wait. The reason why Chihuahua was released was because
his ancestors are mostly from Chihuahua, ha ha ha. We as Nuestros
Ranchos should sign and write up a letter to release Jalisco soon!
I think with the body of dedicated genealogist we have it would leave an
impression. Eventhough he said Mexico City (DF) and Jalisco would be
one of the last ones to be realeased. Because They both were capitals of their
own audencias in Colonial Times. Nueva Galicia and Mejico. It also helps
if we leave feedback on the pilot site, they actually do check it believe it or not. I hope this gives us hope! I know I cant wait for Zacatecas and Ill
explode when Jalisco is finally released! -Daniel Mendez Camino

Danniel,

Is it Lynn Turner, or Ismael Orrantia that you spoke with?

On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 8:44 PM, Santos Luna wrote:

> Hello Daniel...Could you be so kind and provide
> us with the name, and address of this individual that is the number one
> man in the Latin American Division....or better yet, an e-mail address.
>
> Perhaps if we each blast him with an e-mail, that would be over 300 e-mails
> from our group..that ought to get his attention.
>
> --- On Tue, 1/12/10, mendezdelcamino@live.com
> wrote:
>
>
>
> Hi all, on Sunday after Church we had a fireside and had the honor
> to speak with the head of the Latin America division committee of
> Family Search. For about 3 hours he gave a presentation on how
> to start our genealogy for the all levels of expertise. He's the guy
> in charge on the order of records are released online (at least
> the Spanish speaking countries.) He stated because of constant
> asking for Zacatecas it would be one of the next states to be released
> we could be seeing with in later this year possibly for Zacatecas
> church records online which would be good for all of us! He also
> stated it matters what people want, if no one says we want say Guanajuato
> then he'll just wait. The reason why Chihuahua was released was because
> his ancestors are mostly from Chihuahua, ha ha ha. We as Nuestros
> Ranchos should sign and write up a letter to release Jalisco soon!
> I think with the body of dedicated genealogist we have it would leave an
> impression. Eventhough he said Mexico City (DF) and Jalisco would be
> one of the last ones to be realeased. Because They both were capitals of
> their
> own audencias in Colonial Times. Nueva Galicia and Mejico. It also helps
> if we leave feedback on the pilot site, they actually do check it believe
> it or not. I hope this gives us hope! I know I cant wait for Zacatecas and
> Ill
> explode when Jalisco is finally released! -Daniel Mendez Camino

It was (hermano) Ismael Orrantia, I met his wife and one of his daughters whoaccompanied him to Fremont. He came to San Jose since my bishop met him atthe temple and offered to give us a presentation on Sunday. It was a blast!
-Daniel
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His name was Ismael Orrantia, I can get his email (I should have gotten it) but my bishopdoes have it, I can email my bishop and post it. Ismael told me I could give out his emailto anyone who is interested in his genealogy, he is willing to take phone calls too at any time.
-Daniel

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I have been waiting for Jalisco for so long so I'm in too. Also Guanajuato is where most of my family is from and I can not move from where I am since Guanajuato is missing so I will do anything go have these two states released.

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Helyn, I will be attending along with my sister. At this time I'm not sure
if my brother will be coming with us. I will let you know.
We will be staying at my sisters house, so we don't need a place to stay.
Please let me know how much you will need for the food for the event so that
I can send it to you.
Thank You
Yolanda Caudillio-Wilkerson

----- Original Message -----
From: "Santos Luna"
To:
Sent: Tuesday, January 12, 2010 9:44 PM
Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] Soon to be released Zacatecas Pilot Records

Hello Daniel...Could you be so kind and provide
us with the name, and address of this individual that is the number one man
in the Latin American Division....or better yet, an e-mail address.

Perhaps if we each blast him with an e-mail, that would be over 300 e-mails
from our group..that ought to get his attention.

--- On Tue, 1/12/10, mendezdelcamino@live.com
wrote:

Hi all, on Sunday after Church we had a fireside and had the honor
to speak with the head of the Latin America division committee of
Family Search. For about 3 hours he gave a presentation on how
to start our genealogy for the all levels of expertise. He's the guy
in charge on the order of records are released online (at least
the Spanish speaking countries.) He stated because of constant
asking for Zacatecas it would be one of the next states to be released
we could be seeing with in later this year possibly for Zacatecas
church records online which would be good for all of us! He also
stated it matters what people want, if no one says we want say Guanajuato
then he'll just wait. The reason why Chihuahua was released was because
his ancestors are mostly from Chihuahua, ha ha ha. We as Nuestros
Ranchos should sign and write up a letter to release Jalisco soon!
I think with the body of dedicated genealogist we have it would leave an
impression. Eventhough he said Mexico City (DF) and Jalisco would be
one of the last ones to be realeased. Because They both were capitals of
their
own audencias in Colonial Times. Nueva Galicia and Mejico. It also helps
if we leave feedback on the pilot site, they actually do check it believe it
or not. I hope this gives us hope! I know I cant wait for Zacatecas and Ill
explode when Jalisco is finally released! -Daniel Mendez Camino

I am not so certain that sending emails matters. Over the past several months, I have inquired about the State of Nayarit, specifically Ixtlan del Rio, and all I have received is pretty much a "canned" response. I am still waiting. (And this is to a person who has indexed over 50,000 persons for the Family Search Indexing Project!)
Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry

-----Original Message-----
From: Eduardo Seoane
Date: Tue, 12 Jan 2010 21:21:44
To:
Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] Soon to be released Zacatecas Pilot Records

Danniel,

Is it Lynn Turner, or Ismael Orrantia that you spoke with?

On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 8:44 PM, Santos Luna wrote:

> Hello Daniel...Could you be so kind and provide
> us with the name, and address of this individual that is the number one
> man in the Latin American Division....or better yet, an e-mail address.
>
> Perhaps if we each blast him with an e-mail, that would be over 300 e-mails
> from our group..that ought to get his attention.
>
> --- On Tue, 1/12/10, mendezdelcamino@live.com
> wrote:
>
>
>
> Hi all, on Sunday after Church we had a fireside and had the honor
> to speak with the head of the Latin America division committee of
> Family Search. For about 3 hours he gave a presentation on how
> to start our genealogy for the all levels of expertise. He's the guy
> in charge on the order of records are released online (at least
> the Spanish speaking countries.) He stated because of constant
> asking for Zacatecas it would be one of the next states to be released
> we could be seeing with in later this year possibly for Zacatecas
> church records online which would be good for all of us! He also
> stated it matters what people want, if no one says we want say Guanajuato
> then he'll just wait. The reason why Chihuahua was released was because
> his ancestors are mostly from Chihuahua, ha ha ha. We as Nuestros
> Ranchos should sign and write up a letter to release Jalisco soon!
> I think with the body of dedicated genealogist we have it would leave an
> impression. Eventhough he said Mexico City (DF) and Jalisco would be
> one of the last ones to be realeased. Because They both were capitals of
> their
> own audencias in Colonial Times. Nueva Galicia and Mejico. It also helps
> if we leave feedback on the pilot site, they actually do check it believe
> it or not. I hope this gives us hope! I know I cant wait for Zacatecas and
> Ill
> explode when Jalisco is finally released! -Daniel Mendez Camino

Has there been lots of people inquiring for Nayarit?I was told the moved Zacatecas because a large percentageof Houston is asking for Zacatecas.
-Daniel

> To: research@NuestrosRanchos.com
> From: paul.gomez@verizon.net
> Date: Wed, 13 Jan 2010 15:11:08 +0000
> Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] Soon to be released Zacatecas Pilot Records
>
> I am not so certain that sending emails matters. Over the past several months, I have inquired about the State of Nayarit, specifically Ixtlan del Rio, and all I have received is pretty much a "canned" response. I am still waiting. (And this is to a person who has indexed over 50,000 persons for the Family Search Indexing Project!)
> Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eduardo Seoane
> Date: Tue, 12 Jan 2010 21:21:44
> To:
> Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] Soon to be released Zacatecas Pilot Records
>
> Danniel,
>
> Is it Lynn Turner, or Ismael Orrantia that you spoke with?
>
> On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 8:44 PM, Santos Luna wrote:
>
>> Hello Daniel...Could you be so kind and provide
>> us with the name, and address of this individual that is the number one
>> man in the Latin American Division....or better yet, an e-mail address.
>>
>> Perhaps if we each blast him with an e-mail, that would be over 300 e-mails
>> from our group..that ought to get his attention.
>>
>> --- On Tue, 1/12/10, mendezdelcamino@live.com
>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>> Hi all, on Sunday after Church we had a fireside and had the honor
>> to speak with the head of the Latin America division committee of
>> Family Search. For about 3 hours he gave a presentation on how
>> to start our genealogy for the all levels of expertise. He's the guy
>> in charge on the order of records are released online (at least
>> the Spanish speaking countries.) He stated because of constant
>> asking for Zacatecas it would be one of the next states to be released
>> we could be seeing with in later this year possibly for Zacatecas
>> church records online which would be good for all of us! He also
>> stated it matters what people want, if no one says we want say Guanajuato
>> then he'll just wait. The reason why Chihuahua was released was because
>> his ancestors are mostly from Chihuahua, ha ha ha. We as Nuestros
>> Ranchos should sign and write up a letter to release Jalisco soon!
>> I think with the body of dedicated genealogist we have it would leave an
>> impression. Eventhough he said Mexico City (DF) and Jalisco would be
>> one of the last ones to be realeased. Because They both were capitals of
>> their
>> own audencias in Colonial Times. Nueva Galicia and Mejico. It also helps
>> if we leave feedback on the pilot site, they actually do check it believe
>> it or not. I hope this gives us hope! I know I cant wait for Zacatecas and
>> Ill
>> explode when Jalisco is finally released! -Daniel Mendez Camino

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