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By BiblioRanger - Posted on 11 February 2013

Just wondering - I found the marriage record (1688) where both my 8th GGF and GGM are listed as children of the church. Does anyone know the significance of this? Are they orphans? Did they come over from Spain with the Church? This is the first record that I find with this mention.

Thanks,

Ed

Espanol

Tengo curiosidad. Encontre el matrimonio de mis abuelos en 1688 - y tienen en el resumen del matrimonio como "hijo (e hija) de la iglesia." Esta es la primera vez que encuentro un documento que dice esto. Saben el significado? Son huerfanos? O vinieron de Espana con la iglesia? Esta es la primera vez que veo algo asi.

Gracias,

Eduardo

Never mind. I found the answer. Thanks none the less.

Eduardo Tinoco

Carolyn Gomez Duran
What is the answer?

that would mean parents unknown..
Linda in Boulder City

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Carolyn Gomez Duran
What is the answer?

That would be as Linda said, parents unknown. The child was left at the doorstep of the church by person or persons unknown.

Alicia,

San Jose, Ca

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Carolyn Gomez Duran
What is the answer?

Alicia what do you think happens to door step babies (expuestos) were they usually turned over to the church? I seldom see them in the lineage of the family that baptized them.
Linda

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That would be as Linda said, parents unknown. The child was left at the doorstep of the church by person or persons unknown.

Alicia,

San Jose, Ca

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Carolyn Gomez Duran
What is the answer?

Linda,

I wish I knew the answer. I also wonder about that. I know that in the Municipio of Nochistlan, the church took the indians under their wing as directed by the hierarchy and it was the indians who became the parish scribes and who received an education rather than the espanoles because they were taught by the church leaders.

Alicia,
San Jose, Ca

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From: Erlinda Castanon-Long
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Alicia what do you think happens to door step babies (expuestos) were they usually turned over to the church? I seldom see them in the lineage of the family that baptized them.
Linda

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From: Alicia Carrillo
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Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 11:44 AM
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That would be as Linda said, parents unknown. The child was left at the doorstep of the church by person or persons unknown.

Alicia,

San Jose, Ca

________________________________
From: "casavolver@lpbroadband.net"
To: research@lists.nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 10:38 AM
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] Hija de la iglesia

Carolyn Gomez Duran
What is the answer?

I found the answer in a 2011 conversation in this site:

http://www.nuestrosranchos.com/en/node/19556

Eduardo Tinoco

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