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PADRONES - Diocesis de Guadalajara 1639-1875

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By jrefugioghermosillo - Posted on 26 January 2018

Hola prim@s,

Here are links to padrones of various parishes of the Diocesis de Guadalajara, years 1639-1875.
Aquí enlaces a los padrones de varias parroquias de la Diocesis de Guadalajara, años 1639-1875. Entre ellas: Guadalajara, Jalostotitlan, Tepatitlan, Cuquio, Sta Maria de Lagos, San Juan de Lagos, Tequila, Teocaltiche, La Barca, Zapotlan, Purificacion, Encarnacion, Cienega de Mata, Teul, Juchipila, Jerez, Zacatecas, Jalpa, Nochistlan, San Matias Pinos, Asientos AGS, San Sebastian Venado, Monterrey NL y mas.
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/32677?availability=Family%20History%20Library

Saludos!
Manny Diez Hermosillo

I am enjoying these! Thank you.

Hi Manny,

Would you happen to know which film number is the census of Jerez, Zacatecas, Mexico?

Also if there is Valparaiso, Zacatecas, Mexico and Huejuquilla El Alto, Jalisco, Mexico.

Hi Antonio,

I'm sorry, I don't know which roll any of the Jerez padrones would be on. These aren't indexed, you just have to go through each roll. The easiest way is to use the thumbnail viewer, and find the beginning of each padron. Most of them have a title page, or at least a header, announcing which parish it is.

There are several years of padrones, and I'm sure all of the towns you mentioned are included.

Good luck!
Manny Diez Hermosillo

Actually I've found that you can find a lot those Nueva Galicia padrones listed in Lymann D. Platt's book, Census Records for Latin America and the Hispanic United States. You can find a copy of it online from Google books for about $10 or something. The book lists the old film numbers, which you can search for in Familysearch under the Catalog search tab. From there it makes it a little easier to look for the specific film instead of searching every single film in the collection. You still need to search manually for the images you're looking for but the multi-image feature helps to see the beginning of the various padrones.

Madera, There does seem to be a good amount of listings of those places in Lymann's book.

Hope this helps,
Paul A. Gonzales

P.S. It is worth noting that while most of Platt's indexes for the Guadalajara padrones film locations are accurate, there is sometimes the occasional mistake.

I have Lyman's book, I see the film I need, but I don't see all of the city names--I need the 1840 census roll 168807, great The years don't seem to be consecutive. I so wish someone would transcribe all of this!! arrgh! I will put on my perseverance cap now.

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