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By meef98367 - Posted on 28 May 2008

Could anyone in the group tell me what the word is right before "Zacatecana"? It looks like "F---ica". Is this a town where the bride was "originaria y vecina de"?

This is from a marriage record from the Sagrario in Zacatecas, Zacatecas, 1886. the groom was from Guadalupe, which I know is a town near Ciudad Zacatecas.


Emilie Garcia
Port Orchard, WA

Hi Emilie,
Sorry I called you Emily before ;)
Probalby you have already tried this but... another way to find about your ancestors is going over the birth, marriage or death record books several years before and after your ancestors were born, married, etc. Sometimes you won't find them, but you will find a sibling or cousin. I found a brother of my grandfather nobody in the family knew of, probably because he died as an infant. So even if you think your father only had a sister, he might have had other siblings that died young and their birth, baptism or death records may have interesting information on your family. Also sometimes people would register their children until they were a little older (1-5 years).
Warmest regards,

That is so true. I thought my father had one brother and one sister who died as an infant, BUT...2 months ago I discovered that he had had 3 other brothers who had died very young.

Jose Carlos de Leon

Thank you Angie Godina for the information provided to understand the Civil
and Canon Laws.
You right a little bit more confusing but it gave me more understanding on
how the relationships are calculated.

Sylvia H Corona

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