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By C. H. Udave - Posted on 19 August 2013

I'd like to provide a brief introduction of my genealogy background for the membership at Nuestros Ranchos:

I began my mother's patrilineal genealogy research in June of 2010, and have been actively researching and documenting our Udabe ancestors, particularly from the towns of Teocaltiche (1700-1800) and Villa Hidalgo (1800-1930), with an emphasis on Rancho Arroyo Seco, just outside of Villa Hidalgo (formerly known as-Paso de Sotos) in Jalisco. My mothers's matrilineal lineage derives mostly from Calvillo, Aguascalientes, and possibly from Zacatecas.

I'm eager to find other researchers who might have ties to or any information regarding the following surnames-
Udabe (Udave, Eudave, Udavi, etc.), Esparza, Salas, Serna, Soto, Lopez, Rios, Aguallo, Rubalcava, Penalola, Ornelas, Romo, Reynoso, Rodriguez, Sanches, Arizmendes, Delgado, de la Serda-from the following locations: Teocaltiche, Paso de Sotos, Villa Hidalgo, and Rancho Arroyo Seco, in Jalisco, Mexico.

I'm also researching:
Penalosa, Salas, Martinez, Mondragon, Marin, Bargas, Rubio, Duron, Salasar, Ramirez, Marques, Robalcava-in Calvillo, Aguascalientes, Mexico. I'm looking for any information for Pablo Salas and Juana Mondragon, probably married in Aguascalientes, around the timeframe of 1840-1850, and their son, Magdaleno Salas, born about 1851…location unknown…but most likely in Aguascalientes, also.

I believe my mother's Udabe ancestor originated in the Basque areas of Spain, however, I've yet to identify or document any specific ancestral connections across the Atlantic. I've located and "googled" a small village by the name of Udabe-Basaburua in the Pyrenees Mountains, and have been able to enjoy seeing a 360-degree view of it from the main road through town. The countryside is quite beautiful and pastoral, from what I can see!

I'm willing to exchange information, and I do my own research and documentation. I speak very little Spanish, but can read and understand "un poquito"- (especially with the help of online translation sites). I was born and raised in the United States, and both of my parents (now deceased) spoke Spanish at home…so I'm not totally unfamiliar with the language.

I've followed the Nuestros Ranchos website for several years now-in the public forums and I very recently obtained N.R. membership. I look forward to corresponding with the various researchers within the N. R. membership.

Sincerely,
Consuelo H. Udave
Bremerton, WA, USA

Welcome, I like your resume!

I know you'll accomplish your goals. We have a few common surnames that we're researching. Most of mine are from Jalisco and Zacatecas.

I have a free RootsWeb.com Family Tree that perhaps may help you. It's called "jalisco families" and this is the link

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=jalisco_families

Jose Carlos de Leon

Consuelo,

I do have some connections with the Udave family. While they are seemingly not related to me, they did marry into my husband's family the Bargas or Vargas from Teocaltiche but the Udave's I have originated in Villa Hidalgo and then moved to Nochistlan, Zac.

Will you by chance be attending the conference in Sacramento on Sept 14th. Nueva Galicia Genealogcial Society.
http://www.nuevagalicia.net/special_events/

You'd get to meet other members with common interests and from the same region and you and I could review and exchange information. There will be two speakers presenting on Nueva Galicia with a focus on our regions. I will contact you off-line.

Alicia

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From: Consuelo Udave
To: research@nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Monday, August 19, 2013 3:46 PM
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] As a brand new member...

I'd like to provide a brief introduction of my genealogy background for the membership at Nuestros Ranchos:

I began my mother's patrilineal genealogy research in June of 2010, and have been actively researching and documenting our Udabe ancestors, particularly from the towns of Teocaltiche (1700-1800) and Villa Hidalgo (1800-1930), with an emphasis on Rancho Arroyo Seco, just outside of Villa Hidalgo (formerly known as-Paso de Sotos) in Jalisco.  My mothers's matrilineal lineage derives mostly from Calvillo, Aguascalientes, and possibly from Zacatecas.

I'm eager to find other researchers who might have ties to or any information regarding the following surnames-
Udabe (Udave, Eudave, Udavi, etc.), Esparza, Salas, Serna, Soto, Lopez, Rios, Aguallo, Rubalcava, Penalola, Ornelas, Romo, Reynoso, Rodriguez, Sanches, Arizmendes, Delgado, de la Serda-from the following locations: Teocaltiche, Paso de Sotos, Villa Hidalgo, and Rancho Arroyo Seco, in Jalisco, Mexico.

I'm also researching:
Penalosa, Salas, Martinez, Mondragon, Marin, Bargas, Rubio, Duron, Salasar, Ramirez, Marques, Robalcava-in Calvillo, Aguascalientes, Mexico.  I'm looking for  any information for Pablo Salas and Juana Mondragon, probably married in Aguascalientes, around the timeframe of 1840-1850, and their son, Magdaleno Salas, born about 1851…location unknown…but most likely in Aguascalientes, also.

I believe my mother's Udabe ancestor originated in the Basque areas of Spain, however, I've yet to identify or document any specific ancestral connections across the Atlantic.  I've located and "googled" a small village by the name of Udabe-Basaburua in the Pyrenees Mountains, and have been able to enjoy seeing a 360-degree view of it from the main road through town.  The countryside is quite beautiful and pastoral, from what I can see!

I'm willing to exchange information, and I do my own research and documentation.  I speak very little Spanish, but can read and understand "un poquito"- (especially with the help of online translation sites).  I was born and raised in the United States, and both of my parents (now deceased) spoke Spanish at home…so I'm not totally unfamiliar with the language.

I've followed the Nuestros Ranchos website for several years now-in the public forums and I very recently obtained N.R. membership.  I look forward to corresponding with the various researchers within the N. R. membership.

Sincerely,
Consuelo H. Udave
Bremerton, WA, USA

Hi Consuelo, please see my family line as I have many Robalcaba (various spellings), Soto and Sanches from Teocaltiche, Arroyo Seco, Jalisco. Please let me know if you see any familiar names. I too have Robalacaba fom Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes.

Hello Jose!

Thank you for the information re: your "jalisco families" link @ RootsWeb.com! I haven't checked it out completely just yet, but in a brief review of half a dozen surnames, I have not found any links...just yet. The bulk of my ancestors begin in Teocaltiche for the time period of 1700-1800. Then, they migrated to the Paso de Sotos area (later renamed Villa Hidalgo), where they remained for most of the next hundred years (at least as far as my research shows). The other side of my matrilineal lineage comes from Aguascalientes, Mexico...mostly the Calvillo area...going back about four generations.

I will review your website more closely for any possible links, but I do thank you for the welcome and web referral!

Consuelo Udave

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