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By gaby.barbosa - Posted on 08 May 2019

Has anybody actually traced their ancestor back to the ships?

Listas de Pasajeros a Indias, Passenger Lists to the Indies?

And beyond. I am currently doing most of my work on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean. I have gone back another hundred years, crossed another border, and am currently working on a French ancestral line of the Reynoso family that goes back to Charlemagne.

Rick A. Ricci

Wow that's amazing! may I ask what part of spain was your ancestor from?

do you have a public tree?

Hola Gaby:

Hay dos portales en línea (webs):
1. Portal Pares
2. Portal Europe.net

Tienen muchos registros en las categorías en la sección Archiivo General de Indias (labels):

1. Casa de Contratación
2. Indiferente General.

Saludos

Marcelina

Buenas noches Marcelina,

Me puede por favor decir en donde puedo encontrar el link de los portales?

Saludos,

Esther

thanks for the info . but please tell me you were successful in searching for your ancestors
What family did you investigate was the Barbosa,s?

Yes, I have to Diego de Temiño, from Seville. He is one of my 13th great-grandfathers. He left Spain to immigrate to the New World on 13 Jun 1518, going first to Cartagena, Colombia, then to Mexico. His name is found in the Inquisition records of Seville. Los Conversos y la Inquisición Sevillana, by Juan Gil, Universidad de Sevilla, 2001, vol 5, p. 385.

Yes, I have to Diego de Temiño, from Seville. He is one of my 13th great-grandfathers. He left Spain to immigrate to the New World on 13 Jun 1518, going first to Cartagena, Colombia, then to Mexico. His name is found in the Inquisition records of Seville. Los Conversos y la Inquisición Sevillana, by Juan Gil, Universidad de Sevilla, 2001, vol 5, p. 385.

My genealogy is still a work in progress but to answer your question, on my paternal line Barbosa I've hit a dead end, as my ancestor who I believed to be born around 1740 was from Cotija, Michoacan, he died in Tamazula de Gordiano, Jal. in 1811, and Cotija's records have been lost.

On my maternal side I have gotten further back but all in Mexico, I would love to find one of my ancestors on their journey to America and then track them in Europe, that would be very exciting!

May I ask which resources did you use to get that far back?

Cheers

He's my ancestor also. Marge V.

> On May 11, 2019, at 16:47, rmfpdx@mac.com wrote:
>
> Yes, I have to Diego de Temiño, from Seville. He is one of my 13th
> great-grandfathers. He left Spain to immigrate to the New World on 13 Jun
> 1518, going first to Cartagena, Colombia, then to Mexico. His name is found
> in the Inquisition records of Seville. Los Conversos y la Inquisición
> Sevillana, by Juan Gil, Universidad de Sevilla, 2001, vol 5, p. 385.
>

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