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More about the Llorens ancestry

More about the Llorens ancestry

Posted: 21 Feb 2003 4:46AM GMT
Classification: Lookup
Edited: 23 Feb 2003 2:10AM GMT
My fathers ancesters are also Llorens. According to him there was a police captain in the San Juan area who he claimed was his cousin and his name was Tomas Justiniano Llorens, my fathers name was Tomas Rivera Llorens, son of Vicente Rivera and Beatriz Llorens Rivera. Also my wife is Violeta Llorens, daughter of Antonio Maria Llorens Riera y Ana Luisa Vazquez Morales , this Llorens family settled in the San German area around the 1800. Antonio Llorens Rivera was there father and also Antonio Llorens was there grandfather. If you need any other information, or if you can supply us some more information about our ancestry, please contact us. Thank you. We can do it in english or spanish, maybe someday we can meet in person. Right now we live in Texas, USA

Re: More about the Llorens ancestry

Mike Escobar (View posts)
Posted: 22 Apr 2003 3:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Llorens, Justiniano, Lopez, Olan, Ayala
My great grand uncle was Tomas Justiniano Llorens and he was a Police Captain in Puerto Rico.
His parents were Juan Evangelista Justiniano y Ayala and Maria Dolores Loorens Y Carreras.
They lived in San German in Hoconuco Bajo.

Her parents were Jose Llorens Y Carbo(?) and Maria del Carmen Carreras y Rodriquez

I would be interested in hearing about any other family member you might have info on or learning more about the Llorens family History. Thanks

Mike from Chicago

Re: More about the Llorens ancestry

lorena (View posts)
Posted: 15 Dec 2004 1:29PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hola! soy una chica española, de la provincia de castellon, mi ciudad se llama vila-real. En mi ciudad hay mucha gente apellidada "Llorens", de hecho mi tio y mis primos se apellidan asi. En nuestra lengua, el valenciano, Llorens significa

Re: More about the Llorens ancestry

lorena (View posts)
Posted: 15 Dec 2004 1:31PM GMT
Classification: Query
perdona, decia que Llorens significa Lorenzo en nuestra lengua. Por lo tanto supongo que este apellido proviene de nuestra región.

Re: More about the Llorens ancestry

nick (View posts)
Posted: 6 Jul 2005 12:06AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: LLORENS
I think i am family of violeta llorens, they use to live in mayaguez near mayaguez mall. please verify this an d email me.

antonio llorens
alcenia riera

nicolas "bayin" llorens riera
antonio llorens riera
genoveva llorens
edwin llorens

Re: More about the Llorens ancestry

Posted: 8 Mar 2010 5:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Justiniano, Llorens, Ayala, Cancel, Ramos, Perichi, Ortiz, Ramirez de Arellano, Quinnones, Lopez, Perez, Castillo, Casiano.
My fathers name was Pedro Juan Justiniano Ramos. The Captain, Tomas Justiniano Llorens was my fathers cousin. Juan Evangelista Justiniano and my great grandfather Celedonio Justiniano Ayala were cousins. They were in the San German Area. I too live in Texas...if you would like contact me.

Re: More about the Llorens ancestry

Posted: 6 Feb 2012 2:21AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Llorens Justiniano Ayala Carreras
Hello,

My mother's family comes from San German. Her mother was Elena LLorens Justiniano (b. 1908), and her sisters were Aurelia, Carmen (b. 1900) and Ana (b. 1903). Their parents were Jose LLorens y Carreras (b. 1862) and Celestina Justiniano y Ayala ( b. 1873).

I am trying to get more info on both the LLorens y Carreras and the Justiniano y Ayala families to see who we're my grandmother's aunts and uncles as well as grandparents.

Sue
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