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By patrmz - Posted on 15 September 2013

Hello All,

My mother, Patricia Barrymore (Garcia Delgado) and I joined the group a month ago and have been grateful for the information we have come across this site. We are researching the Delgado line from Zacatecas and Aguascalientes. We have hit a brick wall so far with Diego Delgado who married Ysabel Martinez Lozano on Feb. 22, 1637 in Aguascalientes. We have not been able to go back farther than this date. His son, Francisco Delgado had a son, Bartholome Delgado, who had Juan Manuel Delgado, who was the father of Juan Joseph Delgado. As far as we know, Juan Joseph left the region on his own in 1756 to settle in Revilla, Tamaulipas as a servant. Prior to this, the family was well to do so we are also investigating the family circumstances at the time. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Regards,
Patricia Ramirez

Jacqueline Villarreal-Emile
Hi. I m a mexican born in Tamaulipas researching for my mother s backgroung in Jalisco. Leal and Huerta are mostly my activity now. Nice to meet you and espero encontrar familia o por lo menos personas que hablen en español.

Jacqueline Villarreal-Emile

Hi all, I just joined yesterday, and am new to this site, and would like to make an introduction. My name is Francisco Escobar, I am currently researching the surname Escobar (Escovar) and Ramirez (Ramires). I have worked backwards from the state of Michoacan, and have been able to find my earliest Escobar line in State of Jalisco. Felipe Escobar Married and have two children that I have been able to identify: Bruno Escobar and Maria Paula Escobar Ramires. I only have particular data on Maria Paula.

By the late 1800's, my ancestors migrated to Guanajuato and Michoacan, and the USA, but I still have family in Guadalajara, Jalisco, and perhaps other lines (Aguacalients, Jalisco, etc.) that I am not yet aware of.

She was born on 24 January 1805, San Juanico, Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco, Mexico. She was baptized on 3 February 1805, Atotonilco El Alto, Jalisco, México. I suspect that her older brother Bruno was born either in Atotonilco El Alto, Ayo El Chico, Arandas, or maybe San Diego de Alejandría, Jalisco. I also assume that their parents were married anywhere in the above locations. My 85 yr old father was very helpful and still is with family history. He claims that the Escobar's came from Spain in the late 1790's. so They could have been married in Jalisco, from 1790 to 1805. i estimated Bruno's birth from 1800 to 1802, but with out actual good data, I have to go until before Maria Paula's baptismal.

Any help, tips, would be appreciated. I have other surnames that are of interest to this group, since my ancestors appear to have lived early on in Aguacalientes, and Jalisco.

Surnames are: AGUILAR, ALVARES, ALVAREZ, ANGEL, ARRANAGA, ASCENCIO, ASENCIO, AYALA, CANO, ENRIQUES, ENRIQUEZ, ESCOBAR, ESCOVAR, ESTRADA, FIGUEROA, FLORES, FONSECA, FRANCO, GALLARDO, GAMINO, GARCIA, GARNICA, GONZALES, GUSMAN, GUZMAN, HERNANDES, HERNANDEZ, JUAREZ, LEON, LOPES, LOPEZ, LUQUE, MAGAÑA, MARTIN, MEDRANO, MELGOZA, MERCED, MORALES, NAVARRO, ORNELAS, OROSCO, OROZCO, ORTIZ, PERES, PEREZ, RAMIRES, RAMIREZ, RENTERIA, RIZO, ROCHIN, RODRIGUES, RODRIGUEZ, ROJO, ROMERO, SALAZAR, SANCHES, SANCHEZ, SARATE, TABARES, TELLO, THELLO, TRILLO, TRIYO, TULE, VILLASEÑOR, ZARATE

As a payback to the good people who were pioneers at the mormon site, i took it upon myself when doing research, to enter ANY familiar ancestral surnames that I come across. My philosophy is that "they may" be related to my line somehow, if not, it would help others.

Thank you, and I do hope to be of some assistance to this group.

I have it a brick wall with ESCOBAR, RAMIREZ, ROMERO, MEDRANO and ZARATE to name a few.

Francisco Escobar

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