Thank you Marilyn, I would love the websites to go on! I am just starting on my ancestry and I am already stuck at this point, I have stories but many with vague details. Just info like what I told you about my great-great grandparents speaking another language, but nobody asked from where. You know people during those times, at least my family, didn't asked too many questions. I do know that at the entrance to the town of Cosala, Mex. the entryway is a arch in the shape of a crown and supposedly some exiled king or noble of some sort landed there...rumor is a Spanish or French noble or maybe like you say a Basque. When I went to visit there I was only 13 and obvioulsly I didn't think of doing any sort of research...there is a museum and old church with records from what I understand now. One of my grandmother's sister's is coming to visit soon from Mex. and I will be sure to ask her all I can, but she is one of the youngest of 11 and doesn't remember or know too much, but I will ask, maybe something will come up. But until then the website will be greatly appreciated. FYI, there are many, many Zazuetas in Cosala alone...but my grandmother's family mainly stayed in Mexico in Sinaloa and Obregon, my grandmother and one sister were the only ones to come to the US...to California.
Thank you so much!