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Herrera surname Tlaltenango, Zacatecas - Aguajes

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By lunalatina1955 - Posted on 28 June 2018

It's been a long time since I've posted. Since that time, my research has intensified and extended to actually looking up one of the few living relatives still in Mexico who took me around to the place of our ancestors, which turns out to be a "rancho" called Aguajes, Zacatecas.

There was a woman who contact me after seeing my tree - her name is Martha Vogel who is related to me via the Herrera line. It turns out that her great grandfather Tranquilino Herrera was also the great grandfather of the relative that took me around all of Zacatecas. As life has it, I have a picture of her great grandparents because he was the grandfather of my grandmother Norberta Herrera Luna. Yes, in this small rancho community, it appears everyone had inter-married, which was a common practice back then, but really hell to try to figure out as relates to geneology.

Hi, My family has roots in the Tlaltenango Valley, too (Momax, Tlaltenango, etc...)

Me, too!

Do you have any San Martín Estrada or Estrada's in your family tree?

I have a couple of San Martin Estradas who married my cousins.

From the 18, 17 or 1600's?

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