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Thew Marron and Carrillo familes of Baja Sur pre-1820

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Re: The Marron and Carrillo familes of Baja Sur pre-1820

Posted: 6 Sep 2012 2:26AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 6 Sep 2012 2:37AM GMT
Hi Teddi...

There still so many things to clarify with this re-made Californio Surname: Marron.
It is possible that a single couple: Rafael Marrón-Gertrudis Peña have a vast ramifications in both Californias?

Just to metion one of their children: Jose Juan Maria Marron-Peña who married Maria de La Luz Ruiz (August, 1806)
w/some children:
1. Juan Maria (Romualdo) Marrón-Ruiz(1808-1853) m. Felipa Osuna, Children: Maria de la Luz Marron (1836-1894),

2. Ygnacio de Jesus Marron (1838-1919),

3. Sylvestre Marron (1827-1906) m. Leonora Osuna &

4. Francisca Marron (1831-??) m. Leandro Inocencio de Osuna

Etc, etc..., and this ramification only hapens in the San Diego Area. What about in LA, or going South, In El Rosario, Colonia Vicente Guerrero, Ensenada or San Quintin.

If we bring another couple: Juan Marrón b.1800 & Maria de la Cruz Carrillo b.18??
where children names repeated.

Life is not too Short, at least for search This interesting Surname: Marron.

See you my friend, or cousin.
David V. Marrón

SubjectAuthorDate Posted
TeddiMontes 21 Sep 2011 5:26PM GMT 
TeddiMontes 21 Sep 2011 5:28PM GMT 
sillylandfish... 1 Dec 2011 9:45PM GMT 
sillylandfish... 3 Dec 2011 2:50PM GMT 
TeddiMontes 22 Jan 2012 5:50PM GMT 
DavidMarron34 6 Sep 2012 8:26AM GMT 
caf_s_q 18 May 2013 6:03PM GMT 
TeddiMontes 19 May 2013 12:45AM GMT 
DavidMarron34 21 Jan 2012 9:36AM GMT 
TeddiMontes 22 Jan 2012 5:14PM GMT 
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