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By Marionicia - Posted on 26 January 2011

Hello everybody.

Well, I don´t know which is the appropiate forum to place my request so appologize in advance.

A lady friend of mine was born in Jerécuaro, Guanajuato and needs a copy of his civil born record.

She actually has it but with some mistakes, considered mistakes by the person attending in Registro Civil in Ensenada, Baja California, where she lives, so she is thinking she needs to travel to Jerécuaro, Guanajuato.

The copy she has is old and is handwritten, so maybe the mistakes where made by the person who made the copy from the original.

This are the mistakes so far:

name written as: Ma. de Lourdes Malagón, the surname of the mother is omitted.
a second time her name is written as: M. de Lourdes, letter "a" after M is omitted.

In fact her father´s second name is Mondragón, and all his brothers and sisters are Mondragón except her. The good thing she has not to change it because her father´s second name in such record is written as Malagón, so she is not worried about this mistake.

Jerécuaro is a Municipality in Guanajuato.

What is to do? She hopes to get a fotostatic copy of the original record in the book to check if the same mistakes are in it.

Or she wants to know if there is a person in Jerécuaro who do this job and get and send her a good, and better if digitalized, record.

And if so, how much would be the cost and send the payment instead of traveling from Ensenada to Jerécuaro.

Thank you for your attention. Leticia Leon Morales

The best way for your friend to start would be to find out if there is a process for correcting errors in records. She should be able to find out by visiting the local registrar in the municipality where she lives.

If it is possible, it may require an affidavit or other document, such as a sworn statement, from someone who has personal knowledge of what the record should be. The local registrar should be able to answer this question.

George Fulton
Pleasanton, CA

Thank you George, I will suggest her this.

Regards, Leticia Leon

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De: "gpf13@aol.com"
Para: announce@lists.nuestrosranchos.com
Enviado: miércoles, 26 de enero, 2011 8:59:53
Asunto: [Nuestros Ranchos] Copy of original civil record

The best way for your friend to start would be to find out if there is a process
for correcting errors in records. She should be able to find out by visiting the
local registrar in the municipality where she lives.

If it is possible, it may require an affidavit or other document, such as a
sworn statement, from someone who has personal knowledge of what the record
should be. The local registrar should be able to answer this question.

George Fulton
Pleasanton, CA

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