Lt. Col. Raul Ricardo Palmerin Cordero is the president of the Association of Genealogist for the Mexican State of Nuevo Leon. He is also an active member of the Association of Mexican Genealogists.
The following books will give you a solid foundation to start your Mexican Ancestry search. All three are available at Amazon.com. Remember to check your local library to see if they have a copy that way you won’t have to buy them.
Just wanted to let you know about a genealogy software named Clooz. They are currently working on another version of the software and are in beta testing. They have expressed an intent to make a Spanish version but need your help in making it a reality.
As I mentioned in my Previous post New Series On People of Interest in Mexican Genealogy, this is the first post of what I hope is the many other to come.
Crispin Rendon has been an invaluable source of information to myself and many others
If you followed the previous post of Your Family Is The Place to Start and did as indicated then you are ready to start reading this post.
So you have gathered as much information that could possibly be gathered from your family and have organized it. If you attempted to …
I will be starting a New Series of posts named “People of Interest in Mexican Genealogy”.
The goal of these posts is to introduce you to active members of the genealogy community that are currently doing research and contributions in Mexican Genealogy.
Guadalajara Dispensas is a genealogy blog that focuses in assisting genealogists and family historians in finding marriage dispensations located in the archives of the Catholic Diocese of Guadalajara.
If you do not know what a dispensation is please check out the following article Consanguinity (in Canon Law).
The Catholic …
Once you find your first documents and overcome the joy of finding them. It can be discouraging that you may not be able to decipher them. I mean decipher since some are very hard to read, specially when you do not know what the document contains. I won’t lie