Disculpen, solo es una pequeña parte de la Genealogia de
los Gutierrez de Mendoza, sobre los que llegaron a vivir primero
a Pegueros, esta en el Boletin no. 1 del Grupo, al final,
creo que en la penultima hoja, esta en formato PDF.
Hola a Todos:
Para los interesados en la Genealogia de los Altos de Jalisco:
Acabo de encontrar esta pagina de Pegueros, Jalisco,
en la seccion de boletines mensuales trae genealogia sobre
I wanted to thank-you, Joseph for helping me get my messages into digest
mode. It was really easy with your directions. Thanks!
A majority of eastern jews are type J2. A J2 classification suggested my husband is of Jewish heritage.
Esther A. Herold
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Soy Roberto Rojas nieto de Maria Teresa Villalobos Sandoval en linea paterna. Mi abuela estaba avecinada en la ciudad de Lagos de Moreno Jalisco, pero al casarse, cambio de lugar de residencia. Mi bisabuela caso en segundas nupcias con alguien de nombre anastacio Huerta.
I think you asked what "J2" means. I found the description in Gary Felix' website" http://members.tripod.com/~GaryFelix/index63.htm
The description reads: "Semitic origin. Mostly found in the Middle East, Mediterranean and North Africa. About 28% of Sephardic Jews have this origin".
While I was using the glossary in the link above, I saw a recipe for Enchiladas Zacatecanas. They are made with shredded pork and a sauce made with roasted green chiles and cream, and they are served topped with cooked shredded carrots and shredded potatoes and cheese, and slices of avocado. Scroll down until you see "Zacatecanas".
I love to try new recipes, especially for the holidays, and I am seldom daunted by the complexity of some. However, I am kind of stumped by the recipe Joseph put up in the files, but I want to try it. It sounds so fancy, what with the meringue topping, and I love desserts with nuts. (By the way, the recipe lists "dos huevos", but in the directions, they only used the whites to make a meringue).
Good Evening to All, Just wanted to let everyone know how much I appreciate Joseph's kindness and patience in helping this novice with the uploading of my folder and file. I continue my research on my Onate and Santelices genealogy in Panuco, Vetagrande, Villa Garcia, and Zacatecas, Zacatecas; Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes; and Guadalajara, Jalisco.
I have a research question about the following information. I wanted to
know if anyone knows whether this is true or not. "Mexican customs and
passenger lists do not begin until 1903, except for documents relating to