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Juan De Angon Pasajo De Indias 1606 to Rancho De Juan De Angon 1633 (Huejuquilla)

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By MADERA_32 - Posted on 07 January 2015

I have found in the PARS Archive a document about the "Pasajero De Indias" of Juan De Angon who traveled to Nuevo Espana (Mexico) in 1606. Here is the reference number to enter to see: CONTRATACION,5295,N.10

In this link: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/web/guest

The style of writing on that document is hard for me to read but I can make out some of it.

Now, in the LDS Online Catholic Church Records I had seen the Cofradia of Huejuquilla 1633 - 1700. I noticed on one of the pages, year 1633, the author mentions that he visits the "Rancho De Juan De Angon"

http://oi57.tinypic.com/2dcdd03.jpg

I showed the Cofradia archive to a historian in Zacatecas, Mexico and he reviewed it for me and told me that the Rancho De Juan De Angon was converted into a Hacienda but doesn't know the name of it.

My GGGGGGG Grandmother Maria De La Candelaria Angon (1655 - 1735) resided in Minillas, Mezquitic, Jalisco, Mexico.

you are having better luck finding ancestors on that website than me

Here is the curious thing. Before I even know who my 7th generation great grandparents are Antonio Madera (1660 - 1709) and Maria De La Candelaria Angon (1655 - 1735). I first looked at the LDS Catholic Church Record Archive of "Cofradias 1633 - 1700" of Huejuquilla back in 1996. I saw the name "Rancho De Juan De Angon." And it stuck with my mind. So then last year something inside me was telling me to save that page of "Rancho De Juan De Angon." year 1633. I saved it.

Then later on I found out who my GGGGGGG Grandparents are and then just found out that my GGGGGGG Grandmother's surname is "Angon."

Edgar Olguin Diaz

buen dia

checa a partir de la linea 12 imagen 6
el cual se mencionan los padres y abuelos paternos y maternos en el sigueinte link :

http://pares.mcu.es/ParesBusquedas/servlets/Control_servlet?accion=4&txt_accion_origen=2&txt_id_desc_ud=141739

esta es una breve transcripcion de esta parte de este documento:
juan de angon y conocio a tomas de angon e a catalina de san hestevan su mujer su aguelos paternos juan de guena e a catalina de gorgo su mujer su aguelos maternos juan de angon e a catalina de guena su mujer .....

en esta pagina tambien se mencionan a estas personas imagen 7
espero y te ayude

excelente dia
saludos

Hello,
Is there a website where we can request from the US birth records for someone born in the 1920's as part of our research? Gracias, Maven

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> On Jan 6, 2015, at 10:45 PM, zacatecano020@hotmail.com wrote:
>
> Here is the curious thing. Before I even know who my 7th generation great grandparents are Antonio Madera (1660 - 1709) and Maria De La Candelaria Angon (1655 - 1735). I first looked at the LDS Catholic Church Record Archive of "Cofradias 1633 - 1700" of Huejuquilla back in 1996. I saw the name "Rancho De Juan De Angon." And it stuck with my mind. So then last year something inside me was telling me to save that page of "Rancho De Juan De Angon." year 1633. I saved it.
>
> Then later on I found out who my GGGGGGG Grandparents are and then just found out that my GGGGGGG Grandmother's surname is "Angon."
>

Hello,
Is there a website where we can request from the US birth records for someone born in the 1920's as part of our research? Gracias, Maven

Sent from my iPad

> On Jan 6, 2015, at 10:45 PM, zacatecano020@hotmail.com wrote:
>
> Here is the curious thing. Before I even know who my 7th generation great grandparents are Antonio Madera (1660 - 1709) and Maria De La Candelaria Angon (1655 - 1735). I first looked at the LDS Catholic Church Record Archive of "Cofradias 1633 - 1700" of Huejuquilla back in 1996. I saw the name "Rancho De Juan De Angon." And it stuck with my mind. So then last year something inside me was telling me to save that page of "Rancho De Juan De Angon." year 1633. I saved it.
>
> Then later on I found out who my GGGGGGG Grandparents are and then just found out that my GGGGGGG Grandmother's surname is "Angon."
>

Does it mention any name of the ship that Joan De Angon traveled on?

Joan (Juan) Angon sailed from Espana to Nuevo Espana on 1606-6-28

So I had the idea of inputting that date on the Pars website and then when the list of people came up, I filtered it on the left "archivo de indias," and I get the list of people that sailed on that date.

So I see list of people that sailed in the fleet of ships with Joan Angon. The first page of the pasajero at very top has the name of the ship starting out as "Nao (name of ship)."

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