Dolores, Revilla, and Laredo (three sister settlements)

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Statement[by] Rogelia O. Garcia.
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LC ClassificationsF394.D63 G3
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Paginationviii, 51 p.
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Dolores, Revilla, and Laredo – Three Sister Settlements. July 6, by Moises Garza Leave a reply. While searching for a book at the University of Texas Pan American I came across this one titled “Dolores, Revilla, and Laredo – (Three Sister Settlements)” by Rogelia O. Garcia. It is a 51 page book that is very interesting.

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This book contains the Censuses of Laredo, Dolores, Revilla, Mier, Camargo, and Reynosa. It is great for anyone that has roots in this area. Below is the table of contents so you can see what it contains.

The index of names makes it specially easy to find your ancestors. This book contains the censuses for the six Villas del Norte; Laredo, Dolores, Revilla, Mier, Camargo, and Reynosa. Included in this book is a name index of these censuses in alphabetical order by last name.

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It also includes information about the Indians of each Villa. This book is a great genealogical resource and a great addition to any library.

San Agustin Parish of Laredo Marriage Book II - Dolores, Revilla, and Laredo - Three Sister Settlements Los Uribe de Laredo, Revilla, y San Ygnacio - Las Villas del Norte: The Censuses of Laredo, Dolores, Revilla, Mier, Camargo, and Reynosa | Garza, Moises | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für Reviews: 7.

The Mier Church Padrones - This Is Book Two Out of Tree of the Mier Church Censuses Series Covering the Years to Garza, Moises, Lozano, Chris Format: Pasta blanda. Las Villas Del Norte: The Censuses of Laredo, Dolores.

Revilla, Mier, Camargo, and Reynosa. This book contains the censuses for the six Villas del Norte; Laredo, Dolores, R. Seis villas del norte: (antecedentes históricos de Nuevo Laredo, Dolores, Guerrero, Mier, Camargo y Reynosa) Ismael Villarreal Peña Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas, Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas, - Mexico, North - 83 pages.

LAREDO, TEXAS. Laredo is on the Rio Grande in southwestern Webb County in South Texas, about miles southwest of San Antonio and miles west of Corpus Christi.

It is served by Interstate High U.S. highways 59 State HighwayRanch Roadand the Missouri Pacific and Texas Mexican railroads. While searching for a book at the University of Texas Pan American I came across this one titled “Dolores, Revilla, and Laredo – (Three Sister Settlements)” by Rogelia O.

Garcia. It is a 51 page book that is very interesting. Especially if you have traced your ancestors to any of these three settlements as I have done for Revilla. The. Called Mission Revilla a Visita, it is commemorated with a state historical marker in the present-day city of Zapata at the courthouse plaza.

Also in Zapata County was the ranch settlement of Nuestra Señora de los Dolores, established inabout 11 miles north of San Ygnacio.

Today, the site is referred to as Dolores Hacienda. Las Villas Del Norte: The Censuses of Laredo, Dolores, Revilla, Mier, Camargo, and Reynosa. By Moises Garza. Price. Store. Arrives.

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Preparing. Shipping The price is the lowest for any condition, which may be new or used; other conditions may also be available. Book category Adult Non-Fiction. The men of Dolores and Revilla were men of very liberal ideas, while those of San Augustin de Laredo were conservative.

Their descendants are proud of them.” – Rogelia O. Garcia. The author also mentions that most of the information that you will find in this book comes form the;End date: Book Notes. Book Notes Dolores, Revilla, and Laredo: Three Sister Settlements.

By Rogelia O. Garcia.

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(Waco: Texian Press, Pp. viii+ Illustrations, bibli-ography, notes.) This book is described by the author in her preface as "the outgrowth of several years of research," much of it in the civil archives of Laredo.

Escandón's plan, as implemented by Garza Falcón, was to establish seven settlements along the river-Revilla, Camargo, Mier, Dolores, Reynosa, Laredo, and Vedoya. On March 5,Garza Falcón arranged for forty families from Nuevo León to settle at Camargo on the banks of the Rio Grande.

Escandón's plan, as implemented by de la Garza Falcón, was to establish seven settlements along the river—Revilla, Camargo, Mier, Dolores, Reynosa, Laredo, and Vedoya. On March 5,de la Garza Falcón arranged for forty families from Nuevo León to settle at Camargo on the banks of the Rio Grande.

Villa de Laredo --Población o Hacienda de Dolores --Villa de Revilla (Antigua Cd. Guerrero Tamaulipas) --Villa de Mier (o del Cántaro) --Villa de Camargo --Villa.

Las Villas Del Norte: The Censuses of Laredo, Dolores. Revilla, Mier, Camargo, and Reynosa. This book contains the censuses for the six Villas del Norte; Laredo, Dolores, Revilla, Mier, Camargo, and Reynosa. Included in this book is a name index of.

LAS VILLAS DEL NORTE: THE CENSUSES OF LAREDO, DOLORES, REVILLA, MIER, CAMARGO, AND REYNOSA: Garza, Moises MEI MEXICAN AMERICAN: MEXICAN AMERICAN BIOGRAPHIES: A Historical Dictionary, - Meier, Matt s. GAR MEXICAN AMERICAN: MEXICAN GENEALOGY RESEARCH ONLINE: A guide to Help You Discover Your Ancestry: Garza.

History of San Ygnacio, Laredo and Laredo National Bank, Jose Vasquez Borrego, Jesus Trevino, Blas Maria Uribe and other ancestors of Mercurio Martinez, as presented in clippings and notes by Martinez. A picture of the sundial at San Ygnacio is included.

Other settlements mentioned are Guerrero, Tamaulipas, originally Revilla, and Zapata, This book of remarkable pictures and stories is the kind of book one returns to again and again, that causes one to muse and dream on the past.

• Spanish Exploration • José de Escandón • Camargo, Reynosa, Revilla, and Mier • Dolores • Laredo • San Patricio, Corpus Christi, and Dolores • Revolutions • Republic of the Rio. Todas fueron fundadas en la margen sur del río Bravo, excepto la villa de San Agustín de Laredo que se quedó del otro lado del río, como regularmente se dice: “del otro laredo”.

El 15 de junio delas autoridades mexicanas avisaron al alcalde Andrés Martínez, que la ciudad ahora pertenecía a Texas y a los Estados Unidos. Los Protocolos de La Villa de Nuestra Senora Santa Anna de Camargo. S Enz Ram Rez, Prof V, Saenz Ramirez, Prof Victor M: Books - ews: 3.

Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. Las Villas del Norte: The Censuses of Laredo, Dolores, Revilla, Mier, Camargo, and Reynosa.

it was ok avg rating — 1 rating — 2 editions/5(1). The cry for independence—el grito de Dolores—was first heard in the village of Dolores, in Guanajuato, on Septem Father Miguel Hidalgo, the parish priest of Dolores, issued the proclamation that set in motion the War of Independence in New Spain (Mexico), but.

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This book discusses the history of ranching in South Texas, illustrated with photographs that were part of "the first major exhibit to examine the private cattle ranch in South Texas, held in in the John E.

Connor Museum in Kingsville, Texas" (p. ix). Index starts on page. division eventually went to his heirs; and the Dolores subdivision remained with Manuela. Ina wealthy man from the Villa de Revilla, Jes6s Treviiio, purchased land in the San Ygnacio sub-division.

For his home, he built the structure now known as Fort Treviflo. His son-in-law, BBls Maria Uribe, continued to build onto the structure until it.This book of remarkable pictures and stories is the kind of book one returns to again and again, that causes one to muse and dream on the past.

* Coahuiltecans * Spanish Exploration * Jose de Escandon * Camargo, Reynosa, Revilla, and Mier * Dolores * Laredo * San Patricio, Corpus Christi, and Dolores * Revolutions * Republic of the Rio.,; Rogelia O.

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