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Introduction - Reynoso/Mejia/Sandoval/Iniguez

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By JoseReynoso - Posted on 15 January 2010

Hello,

My name is Jose Reynoso, born in La Boquilla, Moyahua, Zacatecas.  I'm new to the group and just started researching my family's genealogy.  I've been reading some of the posts, I'm very excited to join such a great group of people.

>From the Reynoso side, I've traced my grandfather, Melecio, Reynoso, b. 8 Dec 1893 in Guadalajarita, Zacatecas.  Melecio's father, Juan Reynoso, b. 30 Mar 1857 in Guadalajarita, Zacatecas.  Juan's father, Nasario Reynoso, b. 1830 around Moyahua, Zacatecas.  Nasario's father, Teodosio Reynoso b. about 1800 around Moyahua, Zacatecas.  And finally Teodosio's father, Miguel Reynoso b. abt 1780 around Moyahua, Zacatecas.

For the Reynoso line, see: http://www.nuestrosranchos.com/en/node/18347

>From the Mejia side, I've traced my grandfather, Jose Mejia, b. abt 1898 in Nochistlan, Zacatecas.  Jose's father, Maximiano Mejia, b. abt 1860 around Nochistlan, Zacatecas.
So far, I have not found anything else for Maximiano, other than marrying Zenona Melendres on January 27, 1878 in Nochistlan, Zacatecas.  Zenona Melendres, b. 23 Jun 1863, in Nochistlan, Zacatecas, is the daughter of Jose Melendres and Clara Reinoso.

>From the Sandoval side, I've traced my grandmother, Luciana Sandoval, b. 2 Jul 1902 in Guadalajarita, Zacatecas.  Luciana's father, Julio Sandoval, b. 1876 in El Remolino, Zacatecas.  Julio's father, Rodrigo Sandoval, b. 1850 in Moyahua, Zacatecas.  Rodrigo's father, Barbaro Sandoval, b. abt 1830 around Moyahua, Zacatecas.

>From the Iniguez side, I've traced my grandmother, Maria Iniguez, b. 1898 in San Jose de La Boquilla, Moyahua, Zacatecas.  Maria's father, Ignacio de Jesus Iniguez, b. 31 Jul 1867 in San Jose de La Boquilla, Moyahua, Zacatecas.  Ignacio's father, Inez Iniguez, b. abt 1836 around Moyahua, Zacatecas.  Inez's father, Antonio Iniguez, b. 1797 in Yahualica, Jalisco.  Antonio's father, Juan Jose Iniguez, b. 8 Jun 1782 in San Miguel, Yahualica, Jalisco.

Antonio Iniguez married Josefa Sandoval on July 11, 1822 in Moyahua, Zacatecas.

Other names on my tree are: Flores, Ballesteros, Renteria, Rodrigues, Alvarado, Martinez, Arellano, Gutierrez, Bocanegra, Cisneros, Lopes, Medrano, Gonzales, Pulido, Rios or Diaz, Campos, Carrillo, Haro, de Aro, de Luna, Vidaurri, and Benavides.

If anyone have any information, please let me know.  Thank you very much!

Jose, you did a great job of presentation, thank you.  I'm afraid I don't have any info or links to your family but watch for some of the surnames you shared. 
Welcome to the group, I do think you will be a great asset  and do hope some in the group do connect to your lines.

Linda Castanon-Long in Marietta, Ga

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From: Jose Reynoso
To: research@nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Fri, January 15, 2010 12:53:33 PM
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] Introduction - Reynoso/Mejia/Sandoval/Iniguez

Hello,

My name is Jose Reynoso, born in La Boquilla, Moyahua, Zacatecas.  I'm new to the group and just started researching my family's genealogy.  I've been reading some of the posts, I'm very excited to join such a great group of people.

>From the Reynoso side, I've traced my grandfather, Melecio, Reynoso, b. 8 Dec 1893 in Guadalajarita, Zacatecas.  Melecio's father, Juan Reynoso, b. 30 Mar 1857 in Guadalajarita, Zacatecas.  Juan's father, Nasario Reynoso, b. 1830 around Moyahua, Zacatecas.  Nasario's father, Teodosio Reynoso b. about 1800 around Moyahua, Zacatecas.  And finally Teodosio's father, Miguel Reynoso b. abt 1780 around Moyahua, Zacatecas.

For the Reynoso line, see: http://www.nuestrosranchos.com/en/node/18347

>From the Mejia side, I've traced my grandfather, Jose Mejia, b. abt 1898 in Nochistlan, Zacatecas.  Jose's father, Maximiano Mejia, b. abt 1860 around Nochistlan, Zacatecas.
So far, I have not found anything else for Maximiano, other than marrying Zenona Melendres on January 27, 1878 in Nochistlan, Zacatecas.  Zenona Melendres, b. 23 Jun 1863, in Nochistlan, Zacatecas, is the daughter of Jose Melendres and Clara Reinoso.

>From the Sandoval side, I've traced my grandmother, Luciana Sandoval, b. 2 Jul 1902 in Guadalajarita, Zacatecas.  Luciana's father, Julio Sandoval, b. 1876 in El Remolino, Zacatecas.  Julio's father, Rodrigo Sandoval, b. 1850 in Moyahua, Zacatecas.  Rodrigo's father, Barbaro Sandoval, b. abt 1830 around Moyahua, Zacatecas.

>From the Iniguez side, I've traced my grandmother, Maria Iniguez, b. 1898 in San Jose de La Boquilla, Moyahua, Zacatecas.  Maria's father, Ignacio de Jesus Iniguez, b. 31 Jul 1867 in San Jose de La Boquilla, Moyahua, Zacatecas.  Ignacio's father, Inez Iniguez, b. abt 1836 around Moyahua, Zacatecas.  Inez's father, Antonio Iniguez, b. 1797 in Yahualica, Jalisco.  Antonio's father, Juan Jose Iniguez, b. 8 Jun 1782 in San Miguel, Yahualica, Jalisco.

Antonio Iniguez married Josefa Sandoval on July 11, 1822 in Moyahua, Zacatecas.

Other names on my tree are: Flores, Ballesteros, Renteria, Rodrigues, Alvarado, Martinez, Arellano, Gutierrez, Bocanegra, Cisneros, Lopes, Medrano, Gonzales, Pulido, Rios or Diaz, Campos, Carrillo, Haro, de Aro, de Luna, Vidaurri, and Benavides.

If anyone have any information, please let me know.  Thank you very much!

I believe that we may be tracking one of the same family lines. I know for a fact that my great-grandfather, Hilario de Jesus Castaneda, was born in San Jose, Moyahua (1867) to a Manuel Castaneda and a Secundina Yniguez. I have found information about Hilario Castaneda that shows his maternal grandparents listed as Antonio Iniguez and Josefa Sandoval. The way I figure it, Secundina may have been Inez's sister.

Miguel Reynoso was the son of Francisco Reynoso y Renteria and Margarita Quintero.

Link 1:
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18425-76593-34?cc=1874591
Mexico, Jalisco, Catholic Church Records, Guadalajara Diócesis de Guadalajara
Matrimonios 1815, parte 1, images 60-65 (Reynoso tree image 62)
Marriage dispensation (investigation) of Jose Felisano Santillan and Maria Rosalia Reynoso in Santiago de Moyahua (20 February 1815), listed currently as of Conitlan, a village near both Juchipila and Moyahua. The Reynoso name was spelled in most of document as Reinoso.

Jose Felisano Santillan stated he was orginally from Cuquio, Jalisco, Mexico, the legitimate son of Francisco Santillan and Maria de la Cruz Reynoso.

Maria Rosalia Reynoso stated she was orginally from Ranchos de Contitlan (near Moyahua and Juchipila), and 18 years old in 1815, placing her birth circa 1797, the legitimate daughter of Miguel Reynoso and Maria Potenciana Flores

The document stated that bride/groom were distantly related through Diego Reynoso, via two brothers, Christoval Reynoso and Sancho Reynoso.

Brother 1 - Christoval Reynoso was the father of Pedro Jose Reynoso, who was the father of Maria (Cruz) Reynoso, the mother of Jose Feliano Santillan (Groom).

Brother 2 - Sancho Reynoso was the father of Francisco Reynoso, who was the father of Miguel Reynoso, who was the father of Rosalia Reynoso (Bride).

Link 2
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-11201-37628-52?cc=1804458
Mexico, Zacatecas, Catholic Church Records, Moyahua Santiago Apóstol
Matrimonios 1814-1825, image 4 of 149.
Francisco Reynoso was married first to Margarita Quintero, who had died circa 1811
in the neighboring parish of Juchipila. His second marriage was to Maria Micaela
Alonzo, which was documented on 6 June 1814, in Santiago Apostol, Moyahua,
Zacatecas, Mexico parish records. He stated his age as 60, placing his birth circa 1754.

He stated he was originally from Ranchos de Contitlan, a small community near
Juchpila/Moyahua. More importantly he used his full spanish surname of Francisco
Reynoso y Renteria. This was also a second marriage for Maria Micaela Alonzo, who
was previously married to Juan Jose Simon Ponce who had died circa 1808.

Also mentioned in this document was Jose Maria Reynoso, age 65, a widow, who testified for bride/groom. Also mentioned in this document was Alejandro Reynoso and Francisco Enrrigues. The relationshipe of these 3 was not given, but Alejandro Reynoso and Francisco were thanked for the Tronco(Family Tree). This leaves no doubt that both Alejandro Reynoso/Francisco Enrriques were also a part of this family, just don't know how yet.

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