domingo, 30 de octubre de 2011

[Genealogia de Mexico] 30306 Acervos y colecciones latinoamericanas en bibliotecas de Norteamérica

Conferencia del Dr. David Dressing (University of Notre Dame), "Acervos y colecciones latinoamericanas en bibliotecas de Norteamérica"

Datos generales
Tipo de actividad: 
Conferencia
Lugar: 
Zamora, Mich.
Fecha: 

Programa: 

véase página del CEH

Datos adicionales
Organizador o responsable: 
Centro de Estudios Históricos


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(Élder J. Richard Clarke, Liahona julio de 1989, pág.69)



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[Genealogia de Mexico] 30304 "El pan nuestro de cada día" de Muertos

--------- Mensaje reenviado ----------
De: Martha <dimar17@yahoo.com>
Fecha: 30 de octubre de 2011 14:57
Asunto: "El pan nuestro de cada día" de Muertos




 
 
                                                                                               
Buenas noches muchachas y muchachos, ¿Como están? Deseo de todo corazón que se encuentren muy pero muy bien de salud, tranquilos y con bienestar. Yo no tengo nada de qué quejarme, ahí la llevo. 

Pasando a otro tema, fíjense que La gastronomía tradicional mexicana fue nombrada en noviembre del año pasado "Patrimonio Intangible de la Humanidad". Como parte de ella, se encuentra nuestra exquisita panadería y por ende el tradicional y delicioso "Pan de muerto".
 
Los días 1o. y 2 de noviembre de cada año en todo México recordamos en forma especial a nuestros difuntos con una gran celebración a la que llamamos "Día de muertos". En ella no faltan los hermosos "altares" en los que, además de flores de cempazuchitl, imágenes, objetos y adornos especiales para la ocasión, se ofrecen verdaderos manjares culinarios y bebidas tradicionales de nuestro país, en donde el rico "panecito de muerto" no falta.

 Y como dice el dicho que… "De limpios y tragones están llenos los panteones", deseo que en este próximo encuentro que tendremos con el ánima de nuestros amados difuntos degustemos, en compañía de nuestra familia y amigos, de estas sabrosuras que se elaboran de muchísimas formas y sabores en los diferentes estados de nuestro México precioso, por supuesto acompañado de un rico champurrado, un atole, un humeante café de olla aromatizado con especias y endulzado con piloncillo o un espumoso chocolate mexicano. Mmm... qué antojo tengo.

El Tequila, el Mezcal, la Charanda, el Sotol o el Pulque, los dejamos para brindar y entrar en calor durante la velada. ¿Les parece bien?
 
Adjunto al presente les envío un archivo en pps., espero les guste. Muchas gracias por todo lo que recibo de ustedes.
 

¡Ah, se me olvidaba! Anticutimano... ¡Pido el ombliguito del pan, o la cabeza, el corazón o el cráneo, bueno la bolita de arriba, como le quieran llamar! Jajaja

Reciban un cálido abrazo y un beso con mucho cariño.
 
Laura

Abajo imágenes de diferentes variedades pan de muerto.  Para que se les vaya haciendo agua la boca. A mi se me antoja una probadita de cada uno.


                     
                         Pan de muerto almendrado                  Pan de muerto de calabaza y nata                                            
                
               Pan de muerto de pinole y piloncillo                  Pan de muerto de pulque                                
                                          
                                                Pan de muerto relleno de queso
                  
                        Pan de muerto de calabaza                 Pan de muerto de naranja con nuez         
                                               
                                                 Pan de muerto relleno con manzanas
                    
                     Pan de muerto con semillas integrales             Pan de muerto relleno de cajeta                    
                                           
                                                     Pan de muerto de natas   
                                   
                               Pan de muerto de coco                Pan de muerto de chocolate                      
                                                                                           y amaranto
                               
                                                        Pan de muerto glaseado 
                 pan de muerto 
                       Pan de muerto de guayabas                              Pan de muerto con ajonjolí                                                                                                                     
                           México, Manjares para los muertos, una delicia...
                           "Pan de muerto, un auténtico manjar que a los vivos nos encanta"


 Nada en este mundo tiene sentido si no tocamos el corazón de las personas.
Si la gente crece con los golpes duros de la vida,
también puede crecer con los suaves toques del alma.
 
                                                                                                           
 
 




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[Genealogia de Mexico] 30303 Foro de Charco escondido 2a parte

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[Genealogia de Mexico] 30302 On the web - Luis de Carvajal

Luis Carvajal's 400th Yartzheit

Reid Heller *

On 11 December 1996, Reid Heller wrote: "The Dallas Carvajal Yartzheit" was successful, both in terms of the numbers attending (150-200) and the enthusiasm of the audience. Simon Sargon performed his Ladino song-cycle, At Grandfather's Knee in the Meadows Museum amidst masterpieces of Baroque Spanish Art and I delivered a lecture on Luis, El Mozo next door in the Bridwell Library." The following essay is a condensation of research Mr. Heller conducted in preparation for the lecture.

Tzaddik of the Southwest

In Dallas, on the eastern edge of the great southwestern desert which extends southward through the hill country and past the Rio Grande, we are still mindful of the Indian and Spanish cultures that saturate the landscape. Since Hernando Cortez commenced the conquest of our region in 1521, this desert has been the setting for a parade of colonial oppressors and heroes. The Jewish imagination has much to reflect on here. For example, the story of Pope, leader of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680, continues to conjure images of Bar Cochba and another desert freedom struggle.
The Jewish role in this landscape is very real, though largely ignored. Nearly three hundred years before Adolphus Sterne and his fellow Jewish merchants made homes in and around our region, a young Jewish man known to history as Luis de Carvajal, el mozo, lived, prayed, and exactly 400 years ago, on December 8, 1596, was burned at the stake in Mexico City. His life is known to us, not merely through inquisition records, but in his own words, for he left to posterity a memoir, letters, poetry and a spiritual testament which together constitute the sole surviving Jewish writings of the Spanish colonial period.
Luis was born c. 1566 in Benavente, Spain and given the birth name of Luis Rodriguez de Carvajal. His uncle, Luis de Carvajal, el Conquistador, bore the title "Admiral" and later "Governor of the New Kingdom of Leon," a province of the Viceroyalty of New Spain. Luis, his parents and siblings arrived at the port of Tampico in the entourage of this famous uncle in 1580. In the New World they, along with thousands of other Jews, hoped to find a refuge from the fires of the Inquisition.
Commencing with the mass expulsion of the Jews in 1492, the practice of Judaism was outlawed throughout Spain and her territories. We do not know how many of the Jews who chose to remain under Spanish jurisdiction were secretly loyal to Judaism, but the number was not insignificant based on the Inquisition records available to us. These "crypto-Jews" superficially observed Catholic rites. But in small family groups and underground "congregations" they continued to observe and transmit as much of Judaism as their situation permitted. Luis' father, Francisco Rodriguez was one such crypto-Jew and, through his influence, his wife and most of his nine children lived as crypto-Jews. Francisco died in 1584.
Luis' situation was exceedingly complex following his father's death. He succeeded his father as the head of a large family. He was also designated the principal heir of his childless uncle, who, though descended from Jews, had no sympathy for crypto-Jews and could never be entrusted with Luis' secret. Luis explored the northern territories with his uncle, almost as far north as the present Texas border. On those journeys he sought the company of fellow crypto-Jews and attempted to learn what he could of Judaism from those more learned. Although a well educated man of his time, Luis' Jewish learning was not profound. His Jewish practice, like that of most Mexican crypto-Jews, was based on a Latin translation of the Hebrew Bible and a few fragments from the Jewish prayer book. Yet his memoirs evidence a remarkable and insatiable drive to acquire Jewish learning and to observe Jewish practice whenever possible.
This drive to become an observant Jew can be clearly seen in these simple, moving words where he describes how, after his father's death, he circumcised himself in a ravine of the Panuco River:
"When the Lord took my father away from this life, I returned to Panuco, where a clergyman sold me a sacred Bible for six pesos. I studied it constantly and learned much while alone in the wilderness. I came to know many of the divine mysteries. One day I read chapter 17 of Genesis, in which the Lord ordered Abraham, our father, to be circumcised -- especially those words which say that the soul of him who will not be circumcised will be erased from among the book of the living. I became so frightened that I immediately proceeded to carry out the divine command. Prompted by the Almighty and His good angel, I left the corridor of the house where I had been reading , leaving behind the sacred Bible, took some old worn scissors and went over to the ravine of the Panuco River. There, with longing and a vivid wish to be inscribed in the book of the living, something that could not happen without this holy sacrament, I sealed it by cutting off almost all of the prepuce and leaving very little of it."(Translated by Seymour B. Liebman)
Luis' family gradually emerged as the focal point of a network of crypto-Jews based in Mexico City. He and his sisters encouraged former Jews to return to Judaism. Through their efforts, Jews were circumcised, studied the Hebrew Bible together and observed the Festivals. But their enthusiasm led them to take risks. Luis, for example, spoke openly about Judaism with his brother, Gaspar, a Dominican friar. He then delayed an opportunity to escape to Italy out of concern for his sister, Isabel, who had been denounced to the Inquisition. Once Isabel was taken into custody, it was simply a matter of time. In this pathetic passage he describes his and his mother's first arrest in 1589:
"Two or three days after my return, I went to see my mother during the night, for I dared not visit her or be with her during the day. When we were about to sit at the table for supper, the constable and his assistants from the Inquisition knocked on the door. Having opened it, they placed guards on the stairs and doors and went to take my mother prisoner. Although deeply shaken by the blow from such a cruel enemy, my mother accepted her fate with humility; and crying for her sufferings but praising the Lord for them, she was taken by these accursed ministers, torturers of our lives, to a dark prison. " (Translated by Seymour B. Liebman)
Luis overheard his mother's screams as she was tortured on the rack, the horrible account of which appears in his memoir. In prison Luis experienced divine visions while asleep and in response to them took a new name, Joseph el Lumbroso (the "Enlightened"). He remained imprisoned with his mother, in separate cells, until he and his family were "reconciled" to the Church in a public auto da fe on February 24, 1590. Luis and his family were sentenced to service in convents and public hospitals. Additionally, Luis obtained access to an extraordinary library and used his free time to study and write. His literary production between the years 1590 and 1594 include his Memoirs, poetry and Jewish liturgy. For years to come Luis' mother and sisters trembled under the surveillance of the Inquisition. Once Luis' sister dropped a small book of Jewish prayers, written in Luis' hand, into the street. Luis lived in terror that it would be found and lead the authorities back to him. For four years he worked to buy his and his family's freedom from the penance and shame imposed by the Inquisition authorities. When he at last succeeded he believed it to be a miracle. But it was short-lived.
In the spring of 1595, Luis was arrested for the last time. Luis' friend, Manuel de Lucena, a crypto-Jew, had been denounced to the Inquisition by a brother. At Manuel's fourth hearing before the Inquisition and following several rounds of torture, Manuel denounced Luis. Luis was promptly charged with "judaizante relapso pertinaz" (being a perpetual, relapsed Judaizer) and arrested. While in prison Luis penned a spiritual Testament and some 20 letters of encouragement to his family.
Luis was imprisoned and tortured for nearly 2 years and finally, on December 8, 1596, he was burned at the stake in Mexico City with his mother, Francisca, and three of his sisters, Isabel, Leonor and Catalina. No Jewish woman had been executed in Mexico until then. Conflicting accounts of his death have been circulated. Before his body was consumed in the flames a priest claimed that he had been garroted. The same priest suggests that he kissed a crucifix held up to his lips. If the priest's account is correct (which is by no means certain), he almost certainly did so soley to avoid the pain of being burned alive, for such was the price of an expedited death. He was survived by his saintly sister, Anica, and a beloved disciple, Justa Mendez. His brothers, Baltazar and Miguel, escaped to Europe where they too changed their names to Lumbroso. Baltazar settled in Italy where he became a surgeon. Miguel may have settled in Salonica but is not to be confused with the famous Rabbi of that name.
Luis and his family are now all but forgotten in the United States, despite the efforts of his English translator, Seymour Liebman, and Martin Cohen's outstanding biography in English. The four hundredth anniversary of his Yartzheit has yet to receive a single line in our better known Jewish periodicals. But Luis' life continues to inspire us with his spirit of fidelity and remembrance. He is the proof that the Jewish spirit is forever in the process of resurrecting itself. In an era where Judaism is routinely defined with vague terms such as "identity" and "spirituality," Luis reminds us of the commitment and nobility that Jews have aspired to throughout the millenia. He is our region's connection to the pre-modern era of Jewish heroism and greatness.
This summer, I anticipate that my thoughts will turn several times to a small prison cell in Mexico City where an "enlightened" young Jew wrote these words amidst the terror:
"Oh Lord have mercy on Your people fill the world with Your light so that heaven and earth will be filled with Your glory and Your praise, amen, amen. Dated in Purgatory, the fifth month of the year five thousand three hundred and fifty-seven (six?) of our creation."
Luis de Carvajal, el mozo, Joseph Lumbroso, 1567- December 8, 1596, his memory is a blessing!
The primary sources for this essay are Seymour B. Liebman's The Enlightened, (University of Miami Press, 1967) and Martin Cohen's The Martyr: The Story of a Secret Jew and the Mexican Inquisition in the Sixteenth Century (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1973).
Reid Heller
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Dallas, Texas 75219-4901
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2nd rev. 121401; 1st rev. 122396; originally submitted 130996

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[Genealogia de Mexico] 30305 Ayuda por favor con Alonzo o Alonso

Mi papa y mama son de Guanajuato.  Somos Alonzo's y Alonso's.  Hay alguien que sabe de Ellis?

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[Genealogia de Mexico] 30301 Charco Escondido

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viernes, 28 de octubre de 2011

[Genealogia de Mexico] 30300 Invitación "La Literatura en el Inicio del Periodismo Regiomontano" (Monterrey)

Invitación de ponencia "La Literatura en el Inicio del Periodismo Regiomontano" impartida por el Lic. Erasmo E. Torres López  el viernes 28 de octubre en Colegio Civil  

 

 

Archivo Histórico de Monterrey

Zaragoza y Corregidora s/n

Museo Metropolitano de Monterrey, 2do. Piso

Centro de Monterrey

Teléfonos:

5102 7278 y 5102 7280


 



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[Genealogia de Mexico] 30299 Dia de Muertos

Día de Muertos en El Museo de Historia Mexicana, el Museo del Palacio y el Museo del Noreste (Monterrey)

BOLETÍN DE PRENSA
DÍA DE MUERTOS: TRADICIÓN VIVA
 
 
Para el habitante de Nueva York, París o Londres, la muerte es  la palabra  que jamás se pronuncia porque quema los labios. El mexicano, en cambio,  la frecuenta, la burla, la acaricia, duerme con ella,  la festeja, es uno de sus  juguetes favoritos y  su amor más permanente.
 
Octavio Paz, "El Laberinto de la Soledad".
 
El Museo de Historia Mexicana, el Museo del  Palacio y el Museo del Noreste  invitan a la comunidad nuevoleonesa a celebrar el Día de Muertos participando en el proyecto "Día de Muertos: Tradición Viva", que permitirá reflexionar, divertirse e interactuar con esta tradición del 26 de octubre al 6 de noviembre.
 
Este año los visitantes de los 3 Museos podrán participar y aprender sobre una de las tradiciones más importantes de México a través del uso de la tecnología con la intención de involucrar a las nuevas generaciones.
 
El Museo de Historia Mexicana ofrecerá una instalación en el vestíbulo, donde estará como anfitriona al personaje más carismático de la celebración, La Catrina, quien será el contacto directo a través de las redes sociales para enriquecer el contenido y el dinamismo de la instalación.
PARA INTERACTUAR
 
El Museo de Historia Mexicana presentará en el vestíbulo principal, una instalación interactiva que permitirá a los visitantes encontrarse con "La Catrina", quien los invitará a participar con frases alusivas y "calaveras" de personajes históricos digitando los hashtags #lamuerte y #calaveritas, para ser compartidas en el perfil de Twitter @_lacatrina creado por 3 Museos, así como en una de las pantallas en sitio.
 
Así mismo "La Catrina" ofrecerá un video tutorial sobre la historia de las "calaveras" y compartirá una de ellas dedicada a los nuevoleoneses. El público disfrutará su presencia en la instalación y los sitios oficiales Facebook, Twitter y Youtube de 3 Museos. www.youtube.com/3museosNL
 
En tanto, el Museo del Palacio mostrará en el Patio Taller una instalación en honor a "La Doncella de Monterrey", personaje anónimo quien participó y perdió la vida durante la Batalla de Monterrey de 1846, siendo notable por sus labores de ayuda desinteresada en tiempos difíciles. Esta creación rinde homenaje a quienes en condiciones adversas buscan el bien común, arriesgando en ocasiones hasta la vida.
 
Las dos instalaciones estarán abiertas al público a partir del martes 26 de octubre  hasta el domingo 6 de noviembre.
 
PARA REFLEXIONAR
El Museo del Noreste será sede del ciclo de conferencias "Café con Historia: Más allá de la muerte", presentándole 26 de octubre la charla "Brujas" por el Lic. Armando Leal Ríos y el Lic. Héctor Jaime Treviño; el día 27 "Panteones y Velorios" por el Lic. Antonio Guerrero, el Lic. Juan Jaime Gutiérrez "El Conde de Agualeguas" y el Arq. Víctor Cavazos; y cierra el 28 de octubre con la plática "Para la Eternidad" por Dr. Enrique Tovar, finalizando con la proyección del documental "Mi Niña Blanca" del CEDIM.
El ciclo se hace en conjunto con la Asociación Estatal de Cronistas Municipales del Estado de Nuevo León, José P. Saldaña y pretende  conocer diversos aspectos relacionados con  del Halloween y el Día de Muertos que en Nuevo León poseen un carácter peculiar. Seran transmitidos en vivo vía audio por TwitCasting, podrán escucharlas al seguir @_lacatrina en Twitter.
 
PARA DIVERTIRSE
El domingo 30 de octubre a partir de las 14:00 horas, en la Plaza Santa Lucía tendrá lugar la Feria de Creatividad Infantil "Festejemos el Día de Muertos con Arte" en colaboración con CONARTE, en la cual los niños con sus familias podrán de manera gratuita realizar talleres, participar en la carpa de cuentos, disfrutar presentaciones de danza acrobática y música, además conocer a "La Catrina", quien estará presente en el evento.
Durante el mismo día en el Museo del Palacio a las 16:30 horas, se realizará el Concurso de disfraces "Calaveritas" dirigido a niños de cuatro a diez años, en el que se premiarán a las tres mejores caracterizaciones, para después disfrutar de la obra "Ritual ¡Vivan los Muertos!", a cargo de Zurcidores de Cuentos, a las 17:00 horas. Entrada y eventos gratuitos.
 
Para mayor información se pueden comunicar al 20339900, visitar www.3museos.com, o seguirnos por Facebook o Twitter en @3museos y @_lacatrina. 


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miércoles, 26 de octubre de 2011

[Genealogia de Mexico] 30298 Guillermo

         Guillermo Reyna

         n. a. 1800 Chamal, Ocampo, Tamaulipas.

 

Guillermo Reyna se casó con Vicenta Ortega, procreando

      a:

         Mariana de la Crus Reyna Ortega

         n. 15 julio 1829, b. 19 julio 1829 Santa Barbara, Ocampo, Tamaulipas. {imagen 413/ acta 202/

              bautismos 1818-1835}

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martes, 25 de octubre de 2011

[Genealogia de Mexico] 30297 A

         Antonio Magallon

         n. a. 1650 la Barca, Jalisco.

 

Antonio Magallon se casó con Beatris Nuñes, procreando

      a:

         Juan Magallon

          n. a. 1680 la Barca, Jalisco

 

Juan Magallon se casó 9 febrero 1700 San Juan Bosco, la Barca, Jalisco {imagen 45/ foja 42/ casamientos 1681-1768} con Maria Rodrigues (hija de Felipe de Santiago y Francisca Rodrigues)



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[Genealogia de Mexico] 30296 Fwd: Tejanos Fernandez, Fifteen Volumes

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From: Refugio Fernandez <cnsfernandez1943@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2011/10/25
Subject: Tejanos Fernandez, Fifteen Volumes


Dear Family,
 
Attach is a copy of the first pages & table of contents for 15 volumes/books regarding our Fernandez lineage.  I decided to start with Volume 3.  I have not found everything I need, so I had to make some assumptions and include alot of good and interesting information I have found already.  I have much material for each of the volumes.  I probably will follow with Volume 4, then 5 etc...
 
Comments from anyone?
 
God Bless You and Yours


Refugio




 

 

 

The Tejanos Fernandez

 

 

Volume 3

 

 

The First Fernandez to the New World

1450 to 1600

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By

 

Refugio Salinas Fernandez

2011


Introduction

 

        This work provides fourteen volumes of books with a detailed and comprehensive background from what makes the Fernandez DNA from pre-historic times, through the growth of Fernandez ancestors' nobility from the time that Jesus' disciples preached the Catholic Faith within Spain from about 35 AD, through the wars against the Moors to drive them out of Spain.  This work includes historical, political, natural and supernatural events and personal information about what may have affected decisions by my tenth generation grandparents Hernando Fernandez de Castro and Teresa de Figueroa in 1535 through their descendents to my grandfather, Jose Refugio Fernandez (1882 to 1941) including the courting, marriage and life of my parents, Fidel Fernandez and Lupita Salinas (1935 to 1997). 

 

These writings provide historical information from the Spanish Government Ancestry web site "Portal PARES.com" as well as information from various sources in the internet (primarily Ancestry.com, FamilySearch.com, and Google Books, among other sites) and books from the LBJ Library at the University of Texas, UT Latin American Studies Library, and the libraries at Beeville, Alice, Corpus Christi, and San Antonio, Texas. Other sources were the General Land Grant Office in Austin, Texas.  It was difficult to obtain information from the Center for Genealogy Studies at the Pan American College in Brownsville, Texas.  Information from the time of my grandfather, Jose Refugio Fernandez (called Papa Refugio by the immediate family) through 1941, was provided primarily by my parents, Fidel and Lupita Fernandez, my grandmother Dolores Fernandez (Mama Lolita), uncle Reynaldo Fernandez, my aunts Alicia Benavidez and Eloisa Benavidez, and cousins Raul Benavidez, Alonso Benavidez, Dolores Ramos, Magdalena Albert, Amalia Garcia, and Lucilla Casarez. 

 

Because my ancestors, the Fernandez and Salinas, were so devoted to the Catholic Church and all it teachings, this work includes supernatural events which include the Blessed Mother and which affected the lives of those ancestors.  My ancestors left a deep impression in my mind and on my soul about the presence of God and the Blessed Virgin Mary in our lives.

 

            My sons Michael and Robert also performed research of our ancestors at the various libraries and the internet, and they found old newspaper clippings to verify some stories by the older relatives, all of which have already passed away.  My wife and I visited farming areas and towns where my grandfather was born, raised, married and raised his family.  Around 2007, it was impossible to gain access into the Norias Division of the King Ranch, where my grandfather was born, at El Topo Ranch.  Only if you were a hunter who could afford to lease land, could you enter the property.  "Not at this time," was the response I received from the King Ranch Office in 2007.  Two years after I requested permission from the King Ranch office in Kingsville to visit the site, the El Topo Ranch site was razed by the King Ranch and all evidence of early life was destroyed, based on Google Earth photos I was lucky enough to record before and after the event.  I also visited the "Mexican Cemetery" at Gussettville, Texas, near George West, Texas, where my great grandparents, Marcelino Fernandez, Teresa Salinas and Remigio Fernandes are buried.  I also had the opportunity to interview several key people with knowledge about the unmarked Mexican Cemetery.

 

            This account has information about the weather, epidemics, the economic, social and political unrest in Mexico and South Texas from the 1700s to the 1900s, which forced my Fernandez ancestors to move to safer places to raise their families.  It gives some information on the hardships of farm life and the eventual move of the family to Corpus Christi to establish a successful family grocery store.

 

            The sketches are by the author and some are composites of several photos, which will be explained during the course of the writing.

 

 

 

            I give special thanks to my parents, Fidel and Lupita Fernandez, my aunts, Alicia and Eloisa Benavidez, and Cousins Dolores Ramos, Amalia Saldivar, and Raul and Alonso Benavidez for information concerning the early life of my grandparents Jose Refugio and Dolores Fernandez, and for identifying unknowns in old family photos.  I also give thanks to my sons Michael and Robert for their efforts to research difficult facts to find concerning our ancestors, especial, about Eugenio Fernandez in the late 1700s.  I also would like to thank in a special way, my wife, Celestina "Sally" for her patience in my search for information and for writing this book.

 

            I dedicate these books to my cousin Raul Benavidez who kept urging me to write this book: "Don't just talk about it!  Do it!"

 


Table of Contents

 

 

Volume 1 – Fernandez DNA Makeup from Prehistoric Times

 

Volume 2 – Origins of the "Fernandez" Name

 

Volume 3 – The First Fernandez to the New World

 

Chp 1 Aztecs Interpret Celestial and other Phenomenon Announcing the Coming of the "white god" from the East

 

Chp 2 First Fernandez to the New World: 1492 to 1530

 

Chp 3 God Intervenes in the Catholic Evangelization of the New World: 1531

 

a.    Condition of the Indigenous People in Early 1500s

b.    Celestial Signs of Coming Events

c.     Effects of Friar's Evangelization Among the Indigenous Nations

d.    The Celestial Visitor

e.     Interpretation of the Image

f.      Why Roses?

g.    Position of the Catholic Church

 

Chp 4 Tenth Generation Grandparents in Spain: 1485 to 1535

Hernando Fernandez de Castro and Teresa de Figueroa

 

Chp 5 Ninth Generation Grandparents in New World: 1517 to 1610

Juan Fernandez de Castro and Mayor de Renteria

 

                   a. Passage to Santo Domingo

                   b. Passage to Gold and Silver Mines in South America

                   c. Passages to Gold and Silver Mines in Zacatecas, Mexico

                   d. Construction of Refinery and Large Haciendas

                   e. Marriage to Mayor de Renteria

                   f. Death of Juan Fernandez de Castro

                           

Volume 4 – Fernandez in the Founding of Nuevo Leon: 1600 to 1648,

Eight Generation Grandfather, Gonzalo Fernandez de Castro

 

        Chp 1 Dealing with Juan's fortune

Chp 2 Military Governor of Nuestra Senora de Monterrey

        Chp 3 Dealing with Epidemics and other natural disasters

        Chp 4 Protection of Monterrey against Indian Attacks

       

Volume 5 – Life of a Fernandez Soldier and Ranchero in Monterrey: ~1600 to 1690, Seventh Generation Grandfather, Lazaro Fernandez de Castro

 

        Chp 1 Returns Home to Zacatecas, after a long absence

        Chp 2 Portion of Grandfather Juan Fernandez de Castro's fortune

        Chp 3 Participation in Church Weddings

        Chp 4 Family

 

Volume 6 – Ranchero in Monterrey: 1650 to 1748, Sixth Generation Lazaro Fernandez, Son of Lazaro de Castro Fernandez

 

        Chp 1 Mexican Independence from Spain

Chp 1 Early Life of Lazaro Fernandez

        Chp 2 First Marriage to Maria Aldape

        Chp 3 Second Marriage to Micaela de la Garza

 

Volume 7 – Concepcion de Carricitos: Forgotten Fernandez Land Grant: 1730 to 1800 – Fifth Generation Grandfather Jose Eugenio and His Brother Bartolome Fernandez

 

        Chp 1 Lazaro's Family Travels to Colonize Tamaulipas, 1750

        Chp 2 Eugenio enters the Military and travels to Secure the Borders against Indians and Foreigners to Texas.

        Chp 3 Bartolome submits a request for land and gets the Concepcion de Carricitos land grant from the Royal Government

        Chp 4 Bartolome Fernandez and Widow's Last Will

        Chp 5 Jose Eugenio retires from military

 

Volume 8 – The Fernandez Battle for Concepcion de Carricitos: 1808 to 1855, Four Generation Grandfather, Jose Antonio Fernandez

 

Chp 1 Jose Antonio and Brother join the Mexican Military

        Chp 2 Granted Santa Rosalia Ranch near Brownsville, TX       

Chp 3 Becomes Aware of his father, Jose Eugenio's ownership of Concepcion de Carricitos

        Chp 4 Legal battle in Matamoros Court to Win Ownership of Concepcion de Carricitos from Los Trevinos

 

Volume 9 – State of Texas Recognizes Fernandez Ownership of Concepcion de Carricitos Land Grant: 1830 – 1870, Third Generation Grandfather, Jose Angel Fernandez

 

        Chp 1 Marriage and Family

        Chp 2 Legal Battle in Texas Court Wins Ownership of Concepcion de Carricitos and losses half of land to his lawyer

        Chp 3 Jose Angel sells remaining parts of land to others

        Chp 4 Descendents a share of his fortune

 

Volume 10 – Life of a Fernandez Dwarf Cowboy and Migrant Worker: 1852 to 1904, Second Generation Grandfather, Marcelino Fernandez

 

        Chp 1 Early Life

        Chp 2 Courtship with Thirteen-Yr Teresa Salinas

        Chp 3 Life as a Cowboy at King Ranch's Norias Division

        Chp 4 Work as a Migrant Worker at Alice, Texas

        Chp 5 Work as a Migrant Worker at Puente Piedra (Oakville, TX)

        Chp 6 Death of Marcelino Fernandez, and Teresa Salinas

        Chp 7 "Mexican Cemetery" at Gussettville (George West), TX

 

Volume 11 – Life of a Fernandez Migrant Worker: 1882 to 1920, Grandfather Jose Refugio Fernandez

 

        Chp 1 Courtship of Jose Refugio Fernandez and Dolores Fernandes

        Chp 2 Life in Live Oak County

        Chp 3 Lynching of Jose Refugio's God child

        Chp 4 Family moves to Blanconia, TX

        Chp 5 Mexican Refugees Force Fernandez' Decision to give up Farm Life

 

Volume 12 – Life of a Fernandez Merchant in Corpus Christi, Texas: 1921 to 1941, Grandfather Jose Refugio Fernandez

 

        Chp 1 House Hunting at Corpus Christi, Texas

        Chp 2 Construction of the Two-Story Grocery Store

        Chp 3 Family Goes to Work

        Chp 4 Searching for Concepcion de Carricitos Land Grant Papers

 

Volume 13 – Fernandez Merchants and Civil Servants in Corpus Christi, Texas: 1920s to 1970s

 

Volume 14 – A Love Story: Fidel Fernandez and Lupita Salinas: 1935 to 1997

 

Volume 15 – "Las Reclamaciones:" Fernandez Family Attempt to Get U.S. and Mexican Governments to Pay Descendents of Eugenio Fernandez for Concepcion de Carricitos Land Grant: Early 1950s





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[Genealogia de Mexico] 30295 Juan

         Juan Antonio Magallon

         n. a. 1710 Salome Jalisco.

 

Juan Antonio Magallon se casó con Manuela Garcia, procreando

      a:

         Juan Manuel Magallon Garcia

         n. 20 octubre 1746, b. 30 octubre 1746 San Juan Bosco, la Barca, Jalisco. {imagen 235/ foja 220/

              bautismos 1733-1769}

 

Juan Manuel Magallon Garcia se casó con Gertrudis Chabarria, procreando

      a:

         Jose Alejo Magallon Chabarria {español}

         n. a. 1790 la Barca, Jalisco.

 

Jose Alejo Magallon Chabarria se casó 31 agosto 1815 Santa Ana Acatlan de Juarez, Jalisco {imagen 111/ foja 211

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