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By paulnpeggy - Posted on 13 January 2014

Hello everyone:

This is my first post onto the forum. Both my husband and I are looking forward to being a part of the group. I have been researching my husband's family for an exciting,interesting and very challenging 8 years. We are looking forward to reading and connecting with other enthusiasts.

Welcome

pnpcastillo@centurylink.net wrote:

Hello everyone:

This is my first post onto the forum. Both my husband and I are
looking forward to being a part of the group. I have been researching
my husband's family for an exciting,interesting and very challenging 8
years. We are looking forward to reading and connecting with other
enthusiasts.

welcome.. you did not say who the lines are that you are researching or where in Mexico they are from.
Linda in Boulder City, Nv.

On Sunday, January 12, 2014 10:19 PM, "pnpcastillo@centurylink.net" wrote:

Hello everyone:

This is my first post onto the forum. Both my husband and I are looking forward to being a part of the group. I have been researching my husband's family for an exciting,interesting and very challenging 8 years. We are looking forward to reading and connecting with other enthusiasts.

Linda: I'm researching my husband's grandmother's family, the Gomez, Anguiano, Lopez, Robalcava and Soto families from Paso de Sotos (now known as Villa Hidalgo)and Teocaltiche, Jalisco and Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes.

pnp,

Sorry, I don't have your name, only your email address,

We may have ancestors in common, the Lopez and Rubalcava from Villa Hidalgo
and Teocaltiche.

Alicia,
San Jose, Ca

On Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 6:25 PM, wrote:

> Linda: I'm researching my husband's grandmother's family, the Gomez,
> Anguiano, Lopez, Robalcava and Soto families from Paso de Sotos (now known
> as Villa Hidalgo)and Teocaltiche, Jalisco and Aguascalientes,
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I like, Alicia, believe we could have certain common ancestors. I would like to compare ancestries along with Alicia, it would be nice to see where we branch off. A part of my mother's ancestry can be traced back to Calvillo and Teocaltiche. I descend from people with the surnames of López, Soto, González de Ruvalcaba, etc.

Daniel Méndez de Torres Camino
San José, Ca

Alicia: Hopefully, I'm responding in the post the right way (?), my husband's name is Paul and my name is Peggy. My husband's 2x grandmother was Ma. Timotea Lopez, married to Juan Gomez. I believe Timotea's parents were Ma. Antonia Lopez and Christobal Lopez. Do any of these names sound familiar to you? As far as I can tell, the Rubalcava family were much earlier. Thanks for responding to my post, Peggy

Daniel: Thanks for responding to my post, as I corresponded to Alicia, my husband, Paul's 2x grandmother was Ma. Timotea Lopez married to Juan Gomez, they lived in Villa Hidalgo. Paul's Soto line comes through his 2x grandmother, Ma. Tranquilina Soto, married to Agustin Anguiano, they also lived in Villa Hidalgo. What I have been able to find is that Ma. Timotea's parents(Antonia Lopez/Christobal Lopez)came from Teocaltiche. I've also traced the family of Ma. Tranquilina to Teocaltiche.

Peggy, my Lopez and Rubalcava ancestors in Teocalitche and Villa Hidalgo
date back to the 1700's, so your husband's grandmother is too recent for
me. After marriage, they migrated to Jalpa and then Nochistlan.

Alicia,
San Jose, Ca

On Thu, Jan 16, 2014 at 6:18 PM, wrote:

> Alicia: Hopefully, I'm responding in the post the right way (?), my
> husband's name is Paul and my name is Peggy. My husband's 2x grandmother
> was Ma. Timotea Lopez, married to Juan Gomez. I believe Timotea's parents
> were Ma. Antonia Lopez and Christobal Lopez. Do any of these names sound
> familiar to you? As far as I can tell, the Rubalcava family were much
> earlier. Thanks for responding to my post, Peggy

Peggy, my Lopez and Rubalcava ancestors in Teocalitche and Villa Hidalgo
date back to the 1700's, so your husband's grandmother is too recent for
me. After marriage, they migrated to Jalpa and then Nochistlan.

Alicia,
San Jose, Ca

On Thu, Jan 16, 2014 at 6:18 PM, wrote:

> Alicia: Hopefully, I'm responding in the post the right way (?), my
> husband's name is Paul and my name is Peggy. My husband's 2x grandmother
> was Ma. Timotea Lopez, married to Juan Gomez. I believe Timotea's parents
> were Ma. Antonia Lopez and Christobal Lopez. Do any of these names sound
> familiar to you? As far as I can tell, the Rubalcava family were much
> earlier. Thanks for responding to my post, Peggy

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