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Posted: 2 Jul 2002 2:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 Jan 2005 3:42AM GMT
Surnames: Peinado
This message board was established to identify a group of people with the surname of Peinado. I would like anyone who has information about the name e.g. history, origin, family roots, etc. to contribute to this board. If you know anyone with the last name Peinado send them this direction so we can start an on-line community.

Thanks

Re: Surname

Posted: 8 Aug 2002 3:08AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Peinado
My great grandfather was Jose Maria Peinado. He was from Durango, Mexco. He later married Conception Loya and lived in Chihuahua. He had a cannery on his hacienda, was a judge and a professor (taught law, I believe). I'm told tht he also started the first money order in Mexico. He left Chihuahua for El Paso during the Revolution. Lived in Las Cruces NM for awhile and finally settled in Glendale ,California. He had 13 children, 8 girls and 5 boys. The boys were Jose Maria (Pepe), Francisco(Frank), Miguel(Mike) and J.P. (don't know is full name). He wrote for "La Opinion", a spanish newpaper that is still published here in Los Angeles, California. I don't have any information on his parents or siblings as of yet. All this information was obtained through family and I haven't researched deep enough to document anything but I do have an article he wrote for the paper speaking out against the death penalty. Thank you for starting up this board because I can't find any info. on Peinado history.
Posted: 19 Aug 2002 6:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 Jan 2005 3:42AM GMT
Fascinating! My father is Ricardo Peinado and he is from Colombia, S. America. He father was a businessman, name Turibio, he created furniture. My father left S. America to U.S. in 1958 and lived in Nebraska for a short time. He eventually settled down and made his home in Eagle Rock, a stone's throw away from Glendale. I would love to explore more on Peinado history. What I remember as a child is that my great grandfather had 5 brothers who all went to different parts of Mexico and South America. Could this be our connection? Perhaps we can work together and create an international Peinado network.

Re: Surname

Posted: 20 Aug 2002 10:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
OK Ricardo, it looks like it's up to you and me, for now anyway. There are quite a few Peinados out there, they just don't show up on any of these boards. Well, I gathered some more info. to share with you. It's in bits and pieces but here it goes.

- The first Peinado was a captain from Spain. He had two families.
- His first family was in Mexico City. His wife was european.
- He was sent to the north where he started a second family.
- He gave his children from both families the same names.

I believe that this info. was found in a library in Veracruz or Acapulco.

I don't know how you feel about the whole legitimacy thing. Some people won't accept certain branches of a family because of it. It's not an issue for me. I'm grateful to get a hold of any info. I can.

In the late 40's my mother took a trip to Mexico and met some Peinado relatives in Delisas, Chihuhua. They owned a yardage store. Also some relatives in Durango, Durango. They owned a meat market.

Other Peinados ran a photography studio on 1st Street in East L A. They were my grandmther's 2nd cousins. His name was Anastasio Peinado. His wife spoke french. He had 2, maybe 3 daughters. One daughter went to Los Angeles (Girls)
Catholic High School and another married a man who had a bakery on 1st Street named somethig like Tres Luces. One of his sons became a priest and the other took over the photography studio.

There are some Peinados in El Paso, TX. A few years back a cousin to my grandmother researched and gathered a lot of info. His name was either Alfonso or Arnulfo. They were brothers and I don't have any other info. on them or what they did with the info. they gathered.

The info. that you gave on your family was so interesting! Unfortunately, I don't have any info. on my great-grandfathers siblings. But then again that might be a blessing in disguise because anything is possible.

I plan to visit the L.A. County Library downtown. They have a lot of info. I just have to find the time. I read on another mess. board that they have a book containing info. on families with spanish surnames.

If I find any other info. I'll let you know.
Thanks again for this board.
Rebecca
Posted: 30 Sep 2002 12:56AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 Jan 2005 3:42AM GMT
Rebecca,

Thanks for the information. It has been awhile since I have been able to do any research about the familia. I never heard of the illegitimacy of two families in Mexico. I met another Ricardo in CA when I was in college. The interesting thing is that we had the exact same name including middle name. Here we were attending the same college, living in the same dormitory, living one hall away from each other, born the same year. When we met we talked about how we never knew there was a branch of Peinado's from Mexico or Colombia.

Re: Surname

Alexandre Peinado (View posts)
Posted: 10 Apr 2003 2:43PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello Ricardo, how are you..... ?

well, i don't have information about the family, but my name is Peinado.......
I am brasilian and i am 20 years.....

nice to meet you... see you..

Re: Surname PEINADO

maRCO (View posts)
Posted: 15 Mar 2006 6:03AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi im from durango mexico the last name of my mother and family is peinado, maybe i can get some information about the last name, origin etc.

Re: Surname PEINADO

Rebecca (View posts)
Posted: 10 Apr 2006 8:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Peinado
Dear Marco,

First let me apologize for not getting back to you sooner.

The only info. I have on the origins of the Peinado family is from my line of the family but nothing in terms of general information.

My great-grandfather, Jose Maria Peinado was from Durango, born 1859 and his father, Fanasio Peinado, was from either Barcelona or Navarro, Spain.

My ggfather had three brothers, Anastacio, Ignacio, Ronaciano, and one sister, Guadalupe.

That's about all the info. I have. If I come across any additional information I'll be sure to pass it along to you.

I would be very interested to hear your family's story. There aren't too many Peinados and it's always interesting to find out about another family's history.

Sincerely,
Rebecca

Re: Surname

Marco (View posts)
Posted: 27 Jun 2006 5:30PM GMT
Classification: Query

Rebecca sorry i can not reply you message before. OK let me tell you what a know about the last name peinado, the origin is Italian in the beginning the last name was patinato but when some people move to Spain the last name was modify to Peinado. the last name of my family is peinado. my mother and my grandmother their from Chihuahua Mexico, in 1950 the move from Santa Barbara Chihuahua to durango Mexico. When i was kind my grandmother tell about some family we have in United States but there's some many things i don't remember very well. I will going to call to my aunt and ask more about the last name and the history. OK let me get more information and i send you by e mail.

My email
marco_solis@tacp.com

Re: Surname

Posted: 27 Jun 2006 7:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
Marco - that is fascinating information. I also have additional info. My ggaunt Guadalupe ran an orphanage and had to flee with the children when Pancho Villa and his men started taking over that part of the country. I know that one of the Peinado brothers settled in El Paso. I beleive that either the sons or grandsons own a construction company there. I found them by entiring the word "Peinado" on Google. I also have photos I can email to you and see if there is a family resemblence. Thank you for repling and I am looking forward to hearing from you again.

Best Regards,
Rebecca
email sunnybrook60@aol.com
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