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By arturoramos - Posted on 18 February 2010

Angelina Markle has generously donated her time and talent to transcribe and transliterate the census of the 500 Tlaxcalan families that went to Jalisco, Zacatecas and San Luis Potosi in 1591.

Her transcriptions are available in the file folder along with the original publication of the census. There is a Spanish and English version.

http://www.nuestrosranchos.com/en/tlaxcalan_census_1591

ESPANOL

Angelina Markle ha dado generosamente de su tiempo y talento para transcribir el censo de las 500 familias tlaxcaltecas que se fueron a Jalisco, Zacatecas y San Luis Potosí en 1591.

Sus transcripciones están disponibles en la carpeta de archivos junto con la publicación original del censo. Hay una versión en español e Inglés.

http://www.nuestrosranchos.com/es/tlaxcalan_census_1591

Angelina Markle.

Thank you very much for sharing the results of your effort and time

Muchas gracias por compartirnos el resultado de tu esfuerzo y tiempo .

Miguel Beltran

Thank you for all of your time and effort for working on this census.

If you are a descendant of the Conquistadores and the Indian women, you may want to start comparing the information on this census to the following lists on Nancy Lopez's Genealogy Links. See: cybergata.com/roots/links.htm. Click on the following lists:
My Early New Mexican Ancestors
Santa Fe's First Families
New Mexico Settlers 1598-1680

Many of the early New Mexico settlers returned to Mexico when don Juan de Onate ordered that one foot be cut off of the Acoma Indian captives.

Also start looking at early records after 1591 of many of the northern states of Mexico including Texas and New Mexico.

For more information about the Tlaxcalans after 1591, see my Tlaxcalan webpage: www.lucerito.net/Tlascateca.htm. [sorry about the misspelling but if I spell Tlascalteca correctly you will not be linked]

Stanley A Lucero
Madera, California

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