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Looking for Cordero/Flores from Tlajomulco, Jalisco Mexico.

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By paigeherrera - Posted on 26 August 2015

Welcome to the group. I have seen many surname changes. Not counting
children using a mother or grandparents name, I usually see it more on my
mulato or indigenous relatives. Are you looking for help on a specific
person or persons?

Paige

My Cordero/Flores are indigenous on my grandmother's maternal side. We have no information on my grandmother's father as she was an "hija natural". My ggrandmother was Ramona Cordero Gomez(Flores), daughter of Yldefonso Cordero Torres & Ancela Gomez Gonzalez. My grandmother was taken from her family around 1910 at the tender age of 6 & though she returned to Tlajomulco twice as an adult she never found her mother nor brother, Manuel Flores, who was born about 1907. So, you are familiar with the practice of people just changing their surnames?

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