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By Ziguli - Posted on 20 May 2018

Has anyone heard of a place called "Ocotospa"?
That is what I was able to understand from the writing, but I could be wrong.
Relatives are from Atenguillo, but couldn't locate this "Ocotospa".
Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

Mexico, Jalisco, Catholic...Church Records, 1590-1979 Cuquío San Felipe Matrimonios 1762-1787, 1789-1795
Page 353 of 689

Don Adres Sanchez y Margarita Placiensia

The place was a.k.a. "Rincon de Ocotoxpa" or "San Nicolas de Ocotoxpa". That "Puesto" was in the "jurisdiccion" of "el pueblo de Cuquio" as can be seen in the christening record of Maria Casilda de Jesus christened on 09 April 1744. She was the sister of Don Andres Sanchez. The record is the last one of the page at the left hand side in the following image:

I hope the information above may be of some help.

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