The Genealogy of Mexico is a website created and managed by Gary Felix. This website focuses on the early settlers of Mexico and History, and it contains many other great resources too. This website simply put, is an authority in Mexican Genealogy.
Recently Gary has started to focus more and more on Mexican Genealogical DNA testing and has even created a yahoo group where anyone that has Mexican Ancestry can join to share their results and learn more.
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In Gary’s Own Words:
This website is provided as a gateway to our ancestral past and is organized to allow us to discover them from the conquest forward.
When I first started researching my Mexican roots, this was the only website that was available and it thought me alot. I highly recommend that you visit it and learn as much as you can too.
You can visit Gary’s website at the following link and also you can also join the Yahoo group using the link bellow.
The Genealogy of Mexico – Home Page of Website
Gary’s DNA Project – More information about Mexican DNA Testing
Yahoo Mexican DNA Group – This is the link of the group so that you may join it.
I am positive that you will really enjoy this website and also get very useful information about your ancestors. If you like this website please share it using the buttons bellow.
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