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Moises Garza
Attended University of Texas–Pan American
Lives in Mission, Texas
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Manage Your Family Tree With Software - Going Digital With Genealogy Series 

The first thing that you need to do to go digital with your genealogy research is to find a genealogy program to organize your family tree. Genealogy programs will also let you add any documents or photos that you may find about your ancestors. Not to mention it will also, if you chose the correct one, help you keep your family tree backed up to the cloud just in case that your computer crashes and or is stolen. Most importantly you will... - http://ow.ly/Hqf9c
The first thing that you need to do to go digital with your genealogy research is to find a genealogy program to organize your family tree. Genealogy programs
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These are the online genealogy resources that I am aware for the Mexican state of Hidalgo. I hope that they can be of help to you in your genealogy research. Online Genealogical Resources for Hidalgo Mexico. You can expect to find records going all the way back up until 1546.
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I want to congratulate David Moreno and the great work that he has been doing. David has several cemetery projects going on and he also has created a website to help organize his family genealogy findings. It is this website that I wanted to share with you today. It is called Real Starr.
I want to congratulate David Moreno and the great work that he has been doing. David has several cemetery projects going on and he also has created a website to
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Interested in South Texas or Northeastern Mexico Genealogy? If you are check my blog out.
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keep up the good work, Moises.  I've been highlighting your blog to my colleagues here in Chula Vista doing research in Mexico records.  They tell me they have learned a lot.
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Dr. Chance gives a short overview of the History of Texas land titles. Moises talks about the volume 10 of The Families of Saltillo, Cohuila, The Vital Contribution of Texas in the Winning of the American Revolution, and the 1689 Church Marriage of Antonio Lopez Prieto and Maria Rodriguez de Montemayor in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
Play Podcast: Summary: Dr. Chance gives a short overview of the History of Texas land titles. Moises talks about the volume 10 of The Families of Saltillo, Cohuila, The Vital Contribution of Texas in the Winning of the American Revolution, and the 1689 Church Marriage of Antonio Lopez Prieto and ...
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Research Outline, "A Look At Spanish Genealogical Research"

 This PDF containing collection of articles will help you grasp Spanish Genealogical Research better. 
Inevitably your Mexican Genealogical Research will lead you to Spanish colonial times and then even all the way to Spain. This is the point where I have stopped. I have no idea where to go nor where to search for my ancestors in Spain. Fortunately for me I recently found a PDF document tiled “A ...
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I just want to make you aware that Crispin Rendon just released yesterday his 11th eBook on his series “Families of Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico”. This is a treasure and I highly recommend that you download it. This Volume 11 is comprised of marriages that took place from 1788 to 1823.
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I will be holding the first book raffle of many more to come. The purpose of this raffle is to encourage you to share your research and stories with us.
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If you have traced your ancestors to New Mexico or as it used to be called Nuevo Mexico Then you might want to look into the two PDF eBooks that I found last
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Are you researching Church Records in Spain? This can help you out!
I have lately been getting more and more interested in researching for my ancestors that were form Spain. To be honest I have been putting off since I have no idea how to get started. Hopefully in the future i'll grab the bull by the horns and jump right into it. For right now i have only been ...
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Recently while researching the role of our Spanish Ancestors and their possible contribution to the American Revolution I came across this short essay titled
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In this session of the We Are Cousins Podcast, Moises talks about 10 Hispanic Genealogical Societies that exist in the state of Texas. Moises also talks about his upcoming speaking engagement and a blog post to help you find your Mexican Ancestors prior to the 1880′s.
In this session of the We Are Cousins Podcast, Moises talks about 10 Hispanic Genealogical Societies that exist in the state of Texas. Moises also talks about
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Mexican Genealogy Blogger and Researcher.
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Genealogy Research, Mexican Genealogy, Blogging, Social Networking,
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Mission, Texas
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Brownfield, Texas - La Grulla, Texas - McAllen, Texas - Scottsbluff Nebraska - Stephen Minnesota - Rancho El Ebanito,Tamaulipas, Mexico
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Welcome to my little corner of Google+!
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Hi my name is Moises Garza and you can check out what I am up to at my personal blog moisesgarza.com it is my little corner of the internet. I pretty much talk about anything that I want with only one restriction "would my mom be upset to read it?" if the answer is no then I post it. I also hope that with this Google+ account and my personal blog I can network with other people. You Can also follow me at Facebook, and Twitter
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I have a beautiful wife and two awesome boys, life can't get any better.
Education
  • University of Texas–Pan American
    Criminal Justice, 2001 - 2003
  • South Texas College
    Minor in Sociology, 1999 - 2001
  • Rio Grande City High School
    Diploma, 1995 - 1998
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