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Antonio Madera 1573 Pasjero de Indias?

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By MADERA_32 - Posted on 25 March 2015

http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/web/guest

Refence No. is: INDIFERENTE,2057,N.91

I am interested to know where he went? Can anyone help in deciphering the document which is about 14 pages long.

Katy, I am looking at a length PDF file and found this:

http://oi61.tinypic.com/iodyxk.jpg

"Primeras Propiedades En La Villa De Jerez De La Frontera 1571 - 1620. It is on page 202 of the PDF file I am looking at.

Madera, Katy, "Jerez de la Frontera" is in Spain, the Mexican one is just called "Jerez" (now with "de García Salinas), called like that after the former.

yeah i know, it's just that some of the earlier settlers of jerez in mexico came from jerez de la frontera in Spain.

also madera, can you give me a link to that pdf file on jerez de la frontera

I found it in google and the name of the PDF file is "actores educativos de la region minera zacatecas" The link has a PDF extension.

Jerez De La Frontera isn't that also Jerez, Zacatecas, Mexico because Jerez is near the border of two states Jalisco and Zacatecas "La Frontera?"

If you want to find the link? Try googling: "padrones zacatecas 1648"

then when the list comes up? you will see the one that says "actores educativos de la region minera zacatecas" with a pdf extension.

click on that and a pdf file will download on your computer which you then open to look at. It is very long but interesting information. let me know if you found it.

On page 199 of the PDF file it talks about "Jerez De La Frontera" the one in Zacatecas:

http://oi61.tinypic.com/6gehjt.jpg

"A solo 10 leguas al occidente de Zacatecas, se halla Jerez De La Frontera"

Why don't you just give us the link?

> To: research@lists.nuestrosranchos.com
> From: zacatecano020@hotmail.com
> Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2015 12:05:38 -0700
> Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] Introduction
>
> If you want to find the link? Try googling: "padrones zacatecas 1648" then
> when the list comes up? you will see the one that says "actores educativos de
> la region minera zacatecas" with a pdf extension. click on that and a pdf
> file will download on your computer which you then open to look at. It is
> very long but interesting information.
>

I had trouble trying to copy the link. When I click on the link it downloads the PDF file to my computer. If I right click on the link, "copy link address" and when I tried to paste it here it is too long. It is called, "Actores educativos en la region minera de zacatecas 1754 - 1821" It is a lengthy pdf file and it has lots of information on Zacatecas prior to 1754. It has several pages on the beginnings of Jerez, Zacatecas, Mexico.

Go to google and type:

actores educativos en la region minera de zacatecas 1754 - 1821

You will see it with a "PDF" file and the link begins with upn.mx/../libros-version

Click on it. Let me know if you were able to see it.

For those having dificulties finding the pdf here it is. (let me know if it works, I am re sharing it)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-cDWUXy4ZMmbU8wazlhQ0lIOXM/view?usp=sharing

Madera, just a note, in the days of "Nueva Galicia" there were no frontiers between the states that conforms the area today, it was a macro state and a at some level independent from "La Intendencia de Mexico", thus passing between today Zac, Jal, etc. wasn't really crossing any border.

Like Cathy mentioned the relation between the Jerezes are its founders, but the Spanish is the one with the "de la frontera" name, is quite difficult to sort them out, even more if we take in account how many records mentioned "jerez" the wine/vinegar instead.

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