Are you searching or researching your Mexican ancestors in the Mexican states of Jalisco, Zacatecas, and Aguascalientes? If you are then the the Nueva Galicia Genealogical Society may be of help to you. Their main focus is these three Mexican states which during the early Spanish rule, in Mexico, used to comprise of what used to be known as the Nueva Galicia.
I recently came across their website which has listed some great resources. I know that this Society can be a great resource for anyone researching that area. Connecting with others can turn out to be one of your greatest resources to bringing down your brick walls and finding your ancestors.
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You can visit their website using this link: http://www.nuevagalicia.org
If you are also interested they have a face book page that can be found here:
Take the time and do browse their website and also their Facebook page. Remember you never know where you may find the next clue to finding your Mexican Ancestry.
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