domingo, 12 de noviembre de 2017

Reunión de la Sociedad Genealógica y de Historia Familiar de México- Noviembre 2017

Reunión de la Sociedad Genealógica y de Historia Familiar de México
Auditorio del Museo del Noreste

Noviembre 25, 2017


 Horario 18:00 – 19:00
Dirección: Calle Dr. Jose Ma. Coss #445, Centro, 64000 Monterrey, N.L.
Benicio Samuel Sánchez García

Presidente de la Sociedad Genealógica y de Historia Familiar de México
Genealogista e Historiador Familiar

Miembro de la Federation of Genealogical Societies
Miembro de la International  Society of Genetic Genealogy
Miembro de Hispagen
Miembro de Hispania Nostra
Miembro de la Asociación Canaria de Genealogía
Miembro de la APG

Cell Phone: 811 1916334 
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sábado, 11 de noviembre de 2017

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Benicio Samuel Sánchez García

Presidente de la Sociedad Genealógica y de Historia Familiar de México
Genealogista e Historiador Familiar

Miembro de la Federation of Genealogical Societies
Miembro de la International  Society of Genetic Genealogy
Miembro de Hispagen
Miembro de Hispania Nostra
Miembro de la Asociación Canaria de Genealogía
Miembro de la APG

Cell Phone: 811 1916334 
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viernes, 10 de noviembre de 2017

Alguien tiene informacion sobre Isaac Garza Garza?

Alguien tiene informacion sobre Isaac Garza Garza?
Benicio Samuel Sánchez García

Presidente de la Sociedad Genealógica y de Historia Familiar de México
Genealogista e Historiador Familiar

Miembro de la Federation of Genealogical Societies
Miembro de la International  Society of Genetic Genealogy
Miembro de Hispagen
Miembro de Hispania Nostra
Miembro de la Asociación Canaria de Genealogía
Miembro de la APG

Cell Phone: 811 1916334 
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COLABORACION DE JOHN INCLAN: Por el Web Palacio de Torres Cabrera




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sábado, 4 de noviembre de 2017

Colaboracion de crispin Rendon: Montemorelos Volume 11 free ebook

This email is going out to the over 1,000 people in my genealogy address books.


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jueves, 2 de noviembre de 2017

Fwd: correos electronicos ​ inquietudes mias sobre los Fernandez de Castro.

---------- Mensaje reenviado ----------
De: Rossie Reyes <>
Fecha: 2 de noviembre de 2017, 22:43
Asunto: correos electronicos
Para: "" <>

Buenas noches Sr. Sanchez;

Regularmente solia recibir informacion, contesstacion a
inquietudes mias sobre los Fernandez de Castro.

Ya tengo aproximadamente dos meses que no recibo nada de la genealogia y me pregunto:  que debo hacer para que me vuelvan a empezar a enviar esta informacion?

Soy descendiente directo de Juan Fernandez de Castro, el que anduvo en Zacatecas, y caso con Mayor de Renteria.

Gracias, y saludos,

Fernando Laurel

Sent from Windows Mail

Colaboracion de Enrique Carvajal Ayala: Diego Lainez (SUENA EN EL MUNDO EL NOMBRE DE DIEGO LAINEZ Por Enrique Carvajal Ayala)

ver adjunto

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De: Enrique Carvajal Ayala <>
Fecha: 11 de octubre de 2017, 22:51
Asunto: Diego Lainez

Les saludo con gusto.

Enrique Carvajal Ayala

Revista Genealogica Gratuita y en Linea: SOMOS PRIMOS "We are Cousins" November 2017 - ​

SOMOS PRIMOS  "We are Cousins"  November 2017
Notification letter and Table of Contents
Please cut and paste

Dear Primos and friends:

Last month, looking forward to November, Michael Perez made a casual comment, "I wish someone would write about the REAL first Thanksgiving.."  I said, "You mean in Texas?"  He said, "Yes" and I said, "I did!!"   I had almost forgotten, until Michael mentioned it.

The First European Thanksgiving was between the Spanish and the Indians along the Rio Grande, April 30, 1598.

I was serving on the Hispanic Arts Council at The Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, CA.  In the spring of 1990, we presented the play, the "First European Thanksgiving on the American Continent" performed in the garden area of the museum.

I did the research in the Long Beach State University library. The series of 10 scenes were based on historical information found on those documents  We had a cast about 30.  Both the number of scenes and large cast for a 40-50 minute play was intentional: to limit the rehearsal time and script memorization requirements. Our single performance in period dress and to a full audience was very well received.

The script is available to read and use:.  Hopefully some of you might want to make use of the script next year, in some form: play, Readers' Theater, or radio.

Another memory lane sharing.  While on the Bowers Arts Council, I was also a member of the International Pen Women. In 1994,  I brought both groups together and coordinated a CALAVERAS poetry contest in celebration of El Dia de Los Muertos. With the help of the Orange County Register and the cooperation of the Santa Ana School District, we had both students and adults involved.  It was a very fun community event  Read some of the winning Calaveras under Culture in this issue.

With sincerest thanks to readers and submitters to Somos Primos.  It is like opening a present when I read the family stories, community activities, and personal comments which I receive daily.  I have learned so much.  It is a joy.

One of my blessings is the privilege of providing a venue for your voices to be heard.  May you and your loved ones be safe and thankful for the precious gift of life.


 10/31/2017 12:07 PM

United States
The Mendez Festival, a National Statement
Orange County - at the Vanguard of the Civil Rights Movement Seminar
Desks of two Texas Judges Respected, Honored and Preserved:
        Judge Bravo and Judge Canales by J. Gilberto Quezada
NOT how the Supreme Court was designed to operate: SCOTUS cert pool
Prager University is Suing YouTube and Google for Censoring Prager Videos
What is happening in Canada:  All pro-life activity outlawed
Congressional Reform Act of 2017
Thanksgiving Oh, perfumed presence of early Autumn by Oscar S. Ramirez
Searching for common ancestors by Letty Rodella
Columbus XX: Hey America, my ancestor didn't cause your failings
Todos le debemos algo a España por historiador Joseph Pearce
Video- Las primeras universidades  en el Nuevo Mundo y en Filipinas
East Meets West by Pete Garcia
Why Does No One Remember Joe Kapp, the NFL's First Mexican-American Super Bowl Quarterback?
Have you wondered why NFL has an issue with cops & American Flag?
Guns and Gun Laws  . . . . something to think about
HUD Misplaced $500 Billion by Ben Marquis
Looking ahead:  ROOTS TECH. . . 2018

Spanish Presence in the Americas' Roots
Central Valley Talk interview of Rancho Del Sueño founder Robin Collins
The First European Vessel to Reach American's West Coast in the 1500s

Early American Patriots
Newspaper article: Galvez Book Review: "El Que Tenga Valor Que Me Siga"
¿Por qué en Luisiana celebran el 12 de abri ?

Historic Tidbits
August 14th, 1927: Hispanic meeting in Harlingen, Texas stalls, but lays groundwork for LULAC
Spain vs. England in American History by George Farias

Hispanic Leaders
Dr. Gilbert R. Cruz, renowned scholar, author, writer, educator:   December 6, 1929 - October 17, 2017
Odie Arambula, journalist, editor, columnist, and historian:               January 1, 1935 - October 19, 2017

American Patriots
Outstanding words of Medal of Honor Recipient, Master Sgt. Roy Benavides, Green Beret
Wilmer Valderrama Snags Rights To WWII Book 'Patriots From The Barrio' by Patrick Hipes
Pete Gomez, Bonner Springs, Kansas Resident Remembers by Rudy Padilla
Resources in support of our Military

Latino Education and Econmic Progress, Running Faster, but Still Behind
Whoa  . .  College Creates Mandatory Patriotism Class for Freshmen
Religious Freedom Restoration Act 1993 Clarified
Colorado Baker Jack Phillips Receives Award at Weyrich Awards Dinner
The Most Beautiful Churches From Around the World
The Greatest Libel since the Blood Libel  by Dennis Prager
Here are some facts about the hypocrites over at the NFL.
Here's how social media connects faith leaders with believers (and haters) around the world

Dia de los Muertos and the 1994 Calaveras Poetry Contest of Orange County by Mimi Lozano
Spain, Portugal and Italy seasonal practices: chestnut parties, skeletal sweets, and marriage proposals
Moon Over the Land of Enchantment / Luna sobre la tierra del encanto by Rafael Jesús González
Gabino Palomares: 45 years of music journey // San Francisco
The art of música norteña

Books and Print Media
A Beautiful, Cruel Country: Life on the Wilbur-Cruce Ranch by Eva Wilbur-Cruce
Hard-Won Cowboy Wisdom: Not Necessarily in Order of Importance by Peter Coe Verbica.
Rancho San Felipe by Sarah Duque and Scott T. Barnes
Texas-Mexican Conjunto: History of a Working-Class Music by Manuel Peña
The History of Texas Music by  Gary Hartman
Crónica de la eternidad: ¿Quién escribió la Historia verdadera de la conquista de la Nueva España? por Christian ​ Duverger ​

Films, Television, Radio, and Internet
New Platform Creates Opportunity for High Budget Diverse Content
María Teresa Márquez and CHICLE: The First Chicana/o Listserv Network
Men of Company E - Movie Rights
AARP AZ Radio 2 October Topics: My Fraud Prevention Strategy; a Nation of Immigrants
The Son (TV series) American western drama television series

Genealogía de Los Félix de Sonora por Guillermo Padilla Origel

'Who is a Jew?' can now be answered by genetic testing by Jeremy Sharon
Kvetch Like an Egyptian,  Wendy Wippel, Omega Letter
Tlaxcaltecas mtDNA and Montemorelos:  Volume 10 by Crispin Rendon

Family History
Adelfa Cortez' Cactus Garden, Pleasanton, CA by Jenny Christenson
Preparing for Thanksgiving, writing memories of your blessings
FamilySearch's New Web Tool Makes Ancestry Records Easier to Find

Orange County, CA
Special Screening! Saturday, Nov 4th,  Discussion with Dolores Huerta at The Frida Cinema
November 11, 2017:  Dr. Joseph Arce, Mexican Revolution (1910-1916)
Thanks to recent rains, using goats for brush  control is in demand,
       March 6, 2017, Orange County Register
Through Mexican consulate business class, woman starts nonprofit hiring ex-cons by Jessica Kwong, March 6, 2017, Orange County Register
Students tell lawmakers their struggles growing up in Santa Ana
         by Roxana Kopetman , March 24, 2017   Orange County Register

Los Angeles County, CA
Nov 3: Festival International: They Called Me King Tiger / Me llamaban King Tiger
Fullerton's First Inhabitants Part 5: Environment and Economy
Nov 12: World Premiere of an Enemy of the Pueblo

Rx California: Salinas Rodeo, San Juan Bautista by Willow Running Hawk
Hollywood movie, Vertigo
San Juan Bautista and the California San Andreas Fault
Northern California looks like a war zone
Celebrating The Independence of México in San Diego, September 15, 2017

Pan-Pacific Rim
Álvaro de Mendaña y Neira por el Océano Pacífico San Juan Bautista: el galeón que unió Japón y España
Northwestern US
5 Hero Vets Who Saved Lives in Vegas 'War Zone'
Fall in the San Juan, Colorado San Juan Mountain Bob !
Última Expansión Territorial de Nueva España, Alaska gobernada desde México

Southwestern US
AARP La Onda
Tucson Presidio Museum Events
1866 Bonds Issues by Santa Ana to Finance Return to Power

November 13-17th: The San Antonio Conservation Society's Heritage Education Tours
Report on 38th Texas State Hispanic Genealogical and Historical Conference by Joe Antonio Lopez
Joe Lopez speaks to Greater San Antonio Masters Leadership Program: Pre1836 Texas History
Rudi Rodriguez interviewed on  historical background of the Campo Santo beginning in 1808
October 24th, 1690 - Llanos-Cardenas expedition begins mapping Matagorda Bay

Middle America
Fall Comes to Kansas City, Kansas, The Learning years (1952) by Rudy Padilla
La historia desconocida de Niles, Michigan
La Tercera Expedición Española al Río Missouri
New Orleans Film Society

East Coast
Metro Opera House documentary film premiere at Lincoln Center

Caribbean Region
New Season of Puerto Rican Voices Set to Premiere on CUNY TV
Puerto Rican aviators trained the famed Tuskegee Airman

 October 24th, 1952  Austin -African-American colleges merge

October 24th, 1845 -- Pioneer German authors killed by Indians
Una historia de Comanches Por: José Medina González Dávila
Indigenous Guanajuato: A Look into Guanajuato's Past by John P. Schmal

I Am Yehudi, I Am Hebrew, Ani Ivri  by by Micah Ben-Yehudah
The first believers,  'Ma'amim' followed Jesus 'Yeshua' in Israel 'Yisrael'  by Micah Ben-Yehudah

Rock Art Discovered in Deep Dark Caves Reveal Early Human Civilization on Puerto Rico's Uninhabited Mona Island By Hannah Osborne

Colonial Mexico, Series of reports on Earthquake Damage to Churches by Richard Perry
Mexico Earthquake Fund
Primeros Pobladors Españoles de Jalostotitlán, Jalisco, México Por: Guillermo Padilla Origel
1519 - Quinientos años de Alianza entre nativos americanos y españoles
Hospitales en el Virreinato de Nuevo España

Central & South America
Ernesto Apomayta Chambi
Miguel Ruíz  Conquistador  Español Mulato  de  Nicaragua y Perú
Bogotá acoge la Reunión Americana y el Congreso Iberoamericano de Genealogía y Heráldica.

The Songs of the Past by Eddie AAA Calderón

Bilbao Guggenheim Museum celebrating its 20th Anniversary
39,995 - New Free indexed Cadiz records
10 Territorios que alguna vez fueron de España y desconocíamos!
Beatriz Galindo, una erudita renacentista de latín en la Corte de los Reyes Católicos,

'You've Got to Be Carefully Taught'
United Nations Relief &Works Agency (UNRWA) schools use anti-Israel/anti-Jewish points of view
The hijab, was invented in the 1970s over 1300 years after the Quran was written.
The Real Roots of Islamic Terrorism by Khadija Khan
A Compassionate World Begins with You .  .

martes, 31 de octubre de 2017

Clase Gratuita y por Internet por FamilySearch: Arbol Familiar Para Principiantes

Queridos Amigos de la Historia Familiar,


Note: For English translation see below


¿Está empezando su gran viaje de genealogía en FamilySearch?

FamilySearch tiene un árbol mundial que puede ser útil en hacer las maletas para el viaje. Ven a aprender los principios báscios del Árbol Familiar y usarlo a lo máximo. La clase se llevará a cabo el sábado 4 de noviembre de 2017 y será presentada por Arturo Cuellar, AG®.

Empezaremos a la 1 de la tarde hora de Utah (MDT). La clase se llama "Principios Basicos del Arbol Familiar" y será transmitida desde la Biblioteca de Historia Familiar en Salt Lake City.

Para conectarse a la clase, haga clic en este enlace: Al ingresar escriba su nombre y el nombre del país donde nos está escuchando.
Si además de usted hay alguien más y están viendo la clase juntos, por favor, indique la cantidad que están viendo la clase con usted. Por ejemplo, si yo estuviera viendo la clase con 3 otras personas y estoy en Utah, pondría: Arturo Utah 4.

Encuentre la hora de la clase para su país en la lista abajo. Es importante hacerles recordar que deben tratar de ingresar por lo menos 15 minutos antes de la reunión ya que al completar 500 participantes la sala no permitirá más conexiones.

A continuación, hay el horario de muchos países de habla hispana.
Revise bien la hora para su país aquí porque en algunos casos es posible que la hora haya cambiado también.

12:00 California y otros en la zona del U.S. Pacific Time Zone
13:00 Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras
14:00 Colombia, Perú, Ecuador, Monterrey, La ciudad de México
14:00 Panamá, U.S. Central Time Zone
15:00 Cuba, Puerto Rico, Bolivia, Venezuela, Paraguay
15:00 República Dominicana, Chile (Santiago). U.S. Eastern Time Zone
16:00 Brasil (Sao Paulo)
16:00 Argentina (Buenos Aires), Uruguay (Montevideo).
21:00 Madrid

Para ver las grabaciones de las clases anteriores, les invito a visitar el Centro de Aprendizaje de FamilySearch o el artículo en el Wiki de FamilySearch que se llama Clases y seminarios de la Biblioteca de Historia Familiar. En estos enlaces también encontrará los volantes de las clases.


Quiero invitarles a compartir esta información a través de Facebook con todos para que puedan aprovechar estas oportunidades. Este es el enlace

¿Está empezando su gran viaje de genealogía en FamilySearch? FamilySearch tiene un árbol mundial que puede ser útil en hacer las maletas para el viaje....



Dear Family History Friends,


Are you starting your Family Tree? Our next class can help you!


This class will be taught in Spanish next Saturday, November 4, 2017. We will begin at 1 pm Utah time (MDT). The name of the class is "Principios Basicos del Arbol Familiar" and will be transmitted from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, UT.


To connect to the class, use this link and upon entering, enter your name and the name of your state or country from where you are watching us. If there are others watching the class together with you, please also indicate the number of people watching the class with you. You can find the time for the class for your area in the list below. It is important to remember that you should try to enter the virtual classroom at least 15 minutes before the class begins because once there are 500 connections no other connections will be allowed.


See the list below for the class time for many locations around the world.

12:00 California y otros en la zona del U.S. Pacific Time Zone

14:00 Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua U.S. Mountain Time Zone

14:00 La ciudad de México, U.S. Central Time Zone

15:00 Bogotá, Lima, Guayaquil

16:00 Caracas, Puerto Rico U.S. Eastern Time Zone

16:00 Bolivia, Republica Dominicana.

17:00 Argentina (Buenos Aires), Chile, Montevideo

21:00 Madrid


To view the recordings of previous classes, I invite you to visit the Learning Center in FamilySearch. or the FamilySearch Wiki article Past Webinars from the Family History Library. In these links, you can also download the handouts for this class and many others.


I invite you to share this information with anyone in your area you so that they can take advantage of these opportunities.

¿Está empezando su gran viaje de genealogía en FamilySearch? FamilySearch tiene un árbol mundial que puede ser útil en hacer las maletas para el viaje....




Arturo Cuellar Gonzalez. AG®

Family History Library

Latin America Research Specialist

Salt Lake City, Utah

Office: 801-240-6490


lunes, 23 de octubre de 2017

Invitación actualizada: Reunión de Genealogía de México en MUNE sáb 25 de nov de 2017 18:00 - 19:00 (CST) (

Se ha cambiado este evento.

Reunión de Genealogía de México en MUNE

Modificado: sáb 25 de nov de 2017 18:00 – 19:00 Hora central: Ciudad de México
Museo del Noreste, Calle Dr. Jose Ma. Coss #445, Centro, 64000 Monterrey, N.L., México (mapa)
(No se puede mostrar la lista de invitados porque es demasiado larga)

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Invitación de Google Calendar

Recibes este mensaje de cortesía en la dirección de la cuenta porque eres uno de los participantes de este evento.

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Si reenvías esta invitación, los destinatarios podrían cambiar tu respuesta de confirmación de asistencia. Más información

viernes, 20 de octubre de 2017

Revista Genealógica en linea y Gratuita: Somos Primos "We are Cousins" October 2017 - ​


Dear Primos, family, and friends:

September 2017 will surely be a year not to be forgotten. Tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, and earthquakes broke alarmingly destructive records along the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and Atlantic seacoasts.  So much loss. So much tragedy.   Prognosis for Puerto Rico economic future is dire.  Mexico's earthquake(s), the worse in a century.   A strange coincidence on September 1985, Mexico suffered an earthquake which took the lives of 10,000.

It is too early to assess the damage of life and property to all the locations, hit by the action of an explosive, angry weather, expressing it's very uncontrollable self. . .   among our primos.

Hopefully we will all find a way to help in some way . . . . through our church, service organization, or individually.
If you have a warm bed and a roof over your head, you are blessed.

Abrazos, Mimi

The Voice of "El Pueblo":  Reies López Tijerina by Jose Antonio Lopez
 The Voces Oral History Project: Defend the Honor: ten years later
Sept 9th: 19th International Latino Book Awards
KCAL to kick-off Hispanic Heritage Month with the Random Act of Mendez Project
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage: A Resource for Community and Classroom Use by Mimi Lozano
Fact Tank: Our Lives in Numbers, How the US. Hispanic Population is Changing by Antonio Flores
Dr. Hector P. Garcia Day in Texas by Wanda Garcia
National Hispanic Heritage Month 2017 Theme: "Shaping the Bright Future of America" by Juana Bordas
Looking to 2018: An idea to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month by Margarito J. Garcia, Ph.D.
Really American: Keith Nguyen
Memories of the 1954 Laredo, Texas  Flood  by Gilberto Quezada
Report: Army ends enlistment contracts for foreign-born recruits by Kyle Rempfer
In attacking Columbus, Antifa tries to finish what the Klan started
Jefferson y Fray Junipero Serra por Francisco Javier Vallaure de Acha
Protestors for Hire
Never Forget: The 5 Lessons We Should Have Learned From 911
Afraid of the "Islamophobia" Label, Teachers Avoid 9/11 Lessons
United Nations Relief & Work Agency textbooks for Palestinians demonize Israel and Jews by Danielle Ziri
Mexican diplomat Gilberto Bosques: The diplomat who saved 40,000 lives
The End of Prayer Shaming video by High School
So you want to take a knee by Oscar Ramirez
Photo: Real Men Taking a KneeSpanish Presence in the Americas' Roots
Future of the Wilbur-Cruce Colonial Spanish horse in the Americas by Ann Troutner (Ana Trucha)
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April 2017 marked the 100th anniversary of the U.S.'s entry into World War I.

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Interview of author Isabel Delia Gonzalez, Breaking and Bleeding of a Macho Man by Mimi Lozano
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lunes, 16 de octubre de 2017

Piedra de Magdala

Exhibirán por primera vez en México una réplica de la piedra de Magdala

Enlace Judío México -En el marco del II Encuentro Nacional Juntos por México, será exhibida por primera vez la réplica de la pieza arqueológica denominada La piedra de Magdala, uno de los descubrimientos más importantes de IsraelSe espera la llegada de más de ocho mil visitantes.

Dicha exhibición es posible gracias a la colaboración de autoridades de Israel y México, así como de la Universidad Anáhuac, la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), y la Autoridad de Antigüedades de Israel, quienes colaboran en la investigación científica de los hallazgos del pueblo natal de María Magdalena.

Conocido también como el proyecto mexicano en Israel, se espera que la exhibición sea visitada por más de ocho mil personas.

El hallazgo tuvo lugar en 2009 durante la construcción de un centro de retiro en Galilea, donde fue hallada una sinagoga del siglo primero y en la cual fue encontrada la piedra de Magdala. En el lugar han sido descubiertos además de la piedra, el mercado en donde se vendía pescado salado, baños de purificación ritual usados por la élite del pueblo, espacios domésticos y un puerto.


Benicio Samuel Sánchez García

Presidente de la Sociedad Genealógica y de Historia Familiar de México
Genealogista e Historiador Familiar

Miembro de la Federation of Genealogical Societies
Miembro de la International  Society of Genetic Genealogy
Miembro de Hispagen
Miembro de Hispania Nostra
Miembro de la Asociación Canaria de Genealogía
Miembro de la APG

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