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Re: Casimiro's family: Mexico to San Antonio, Bexar, Texas

Posted: 1 Mar 2010 9:31PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Casimiro, Casimirro, Di Casimiro, Di Casimirro, Casamiro, Casamirro
Im doing biographical research on my grandfather Jose Maria Perez married to Antonia Navarro. About 1915-1916 Jose took in a badly wounded man that had excaped Mexico's revelotion at that time. He was only known as Don Casimiro. Eventually he recovered his several wounds, some were facial. Later, he would visit each Christmas for several years without fail until he finally didnt show. Im looking for information on him.
I have found: 1920 Federal Census from El Paso shows Leyose Casamero, 48, who entered from Mexico in 1916. A resident of Texas with his wife, Petra, 33, both from Mexico and one year old son born in Texas. This is the only one thus far that fits the time period.
If this story is part of your family please contact me at I would like to know more.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
richard 11 Jun 2000 3:57PM GMT 
henrygarnica 16 Apr 2001 12:28PM GMT 
clara3611 13 Jul 2001 7:56PM GMT 
Clara Garnica 17 Jul 2000 10:06PM GMT 
germasa 7 Mar 2003 7:46AM GMT 
pykyz 9 Apr 2003 4:47PM GMT 
Ernie901 2 Mar 2010 4:31AM GMT 
Georgina Espinosa Garnica 12 Sep 2000 12:04PM GMT 
VelmaVOnstott 12 Sep 2000 12:17PM GMT 
Georgina 12 Sep 2000 12:20PM GMT 
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