Chihuahua, Mexico Online Genealogy Resources



Chihuahua, Mexico Online Genealogy Resources

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Are your ancestors form Chihuahua Mexico? If they are then this list will help you locate them. This is a listing of genealogy resources that can help you research your Mexican Genealogy and your ancestors from Chihuahua, Mexico.

Nueva Vizcaya was the first northern province of New Spain to be explored and settled by the Spanish. In about 1528, a group of Spaniard explorers, led by Alvar Nuñez Cabeza de Vaca, first arrived at the actual territory of what is now Chihuahua. The conquest of this new territory lasted nearly one hundred years and encountered heavy resistance from the Conchos tribe, but the desire of the Spanish to transform the region into a mining center led to a strong strategy to control this area.

You can expect to find records going all the way back up until 1632 maybe earlier if you get lucky.

Catholic Church Records

Civil Registration Records

Facebook Pages or Groups

  • Parral Chihuahua – This is not really a Facebook page dedicated to genealogy but I know that it will be of interest to anyone from Parral. They do have many old photos.

History of Chihuahua

  • Chihuahua – Wikipidia.com’s page about History of Chihuahua.

Information about Municipalities of Chihuahua

Chihuahua Genealogy Forums

  • Gen Forum – Forum about Chihuahua, you can respond or post inquiries about your ancestors by just registering.

Chihuahua State

  • Archivos Históricos en Chihuahua – Blog dedicated to provide information regarding all the different archives for the state of Chihuahua. This blog contains great information both Genealogical and for Research.

Websites Focusing on Chihuahua Genealogy Research

  • Archivos Históricos en Chihuahua – Blog dedicated to provide information regarding all the different archives for the state of Chihuahua. This blog contains great information both Genealogical and for Research.

I am fully aware that there are more resources out there but this is a start. As I come across more of them I will be posting them on this page. Also if your favorite resource is not mentioned here please send me an email I would love to include it.

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  • Dora Salomon

    Thanks so very much for the resource pages for Chihuahua & Nuevo Leon which, are of my special interest.
    Enjoy all of Mexico info you post, too!

    • http://www.mexicangenealogy.info Moises Garza

      Thanks Dora, I appreciate your kind words. Have you checked http://www.wearecousins.info? It is my other blog and one of it’s main focus is Nuevo Leon. You might also find it useful.

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  • Greg Pisano

    My name is Gregory Pisano. I have a sacramental record for my paternal great-grandparents who were married in Chihuahua city in 1850. The record contains the name of the native village of my great-grandmother but I cannot determine a satisfactory reading of it. I can read the remainder of the record but not this name. Would anyone who is from or familiar with the Chihuahua city area like have a look at it? I can be reached at ffused2b@gmail.com. Thank you.

    • Moises Garza

      Looks like Ignacio Pisaño legitimate son of Eugenio Pisaño and Maria Josefa Valdiviero

      • Greg Pisano

        Moises, thanks for your post. It appears that I was not clear where my sticking point is. I can read the entire partida except I cannot come up with a satisfactory reading for the place-name found on the extreme right, fourth line from the bottom.

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