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SAINT MATEO CORREA MAGALLANES (1866-1927)

SAINT MATEO CORREA MAGALLANES (1866-1927)

Christopher Barrios de Leon (View posts)
Posted: 8 Apr 2002 4:28PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Magallanes
I am looking for family tree of St. Mateo Correa Magallanes. He was born in Tepechitlan, Zac. He was the pastor of the church of Valparaiso. He was shot and killed for his faith on 6 February 1927. He was canonized a few years back by His Holy Father, Pope John Paul II. Does anyone know if he had brothers that carried on the family name?

Re: SAINT MATEO CORREA MAGALLANES (1866-1927)

Miguel (View posts)
Posted: 2 May 2002 5:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
i'm very interested in a large biography of S. Mateo Correa Magallanes. May be you can help me. He was priest in Valparaiso in the church that was founded by a rich Spanish man.
Thanks for all,

Miguel

Re: SAINT MATEO CORREA MAGALLANES (1866-1927)

Christopher Barrios de Leon (View posts)
Posted: 2 May 2002 7:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Correa and Magallanes
Miguel,

I've been trying to locate a biography too. I haven't found one yet. If you find one please let me know. Thank you

Re: SAINT MATEO CORREA MAGALLANES (1866-1927)

Miguel (View posts)
Posted: 6 May 2002 3:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Christopher,
Ok, if i find something i'll say you.
Thanks.

Re: SAINT MATEO CORREA MAGALLANES (1866-1927)

Posted: 27 Feb 2005 5:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
There is a brief biography of Mateo in a paper back book from MX "Viva Cristo Rey it published about the time of the beatfication of these saints. Conferencia del Episcopado Mexicano.The printers signature is "Diseno e impresion: GEME tipograffa y Diseno, S.A. de C.V. Tel 556-o6-16-Mexico, D.F. Another saint on the family tree is Cristobal Magallanes who was cura of a parish in Jalisco originally the town of Totatiche and now called Magallanes. Cristobal is one of the Cristo Rey martyrs. Hope this helps !

Re: SAINT MATEO CORREA MAGALLANES (1866-1927)

Patricia Corrrea (View posts)
Posted: 5 Jun 2006 11:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
My father, Lorenzo Correa Vaca, is a direct line to Father Mateo. My father's great grandmother had told my dad, when he was a little boy, about the execution of his uncle, Father Mateo. You can call him at (760) 723-4635. You would have to speak with my mother, Mary Louise Ruiz Correa because my dad is hard of hearing and she can rely any questions. My father;s parents are Alfredo Correa Hernandez who was from Fresnillo, Zacatecas and Maria Guadalupe Vaca Sanchez, she was from Colima, Colima. Feel free to contact me too, I'm Patricia Correa and can be contacted at (714) 997-2089. Thank you for your attention to this memo.

Re: SAINT MATEO CORREA MAGALLANES (1866-1927)

Posted: 30 Dec 2006 2:24PM GMT
Classification: Query
My great great Grandfathers were born around the 1820’s , their names were Juan Correa and Maria Reyes Diaz, they had 4 kids Francisco(priest), Ysidora, Francisca , Maria Gertrudis and J. Guadalupe Correa wich I figured were born in the 1850’s.
My great grandfathers were J.Guadalupe Correa (born in Atolinga Zacatecas) and Agapita Flores, and they had 11 kids born between the 1870’s and 1890’s and their names were Maria Concepcion, Maria, Manuela, Juan, Andrea, Ignacio, Anastacio, Manuel, J. Guadalupe, Maria Gertrudis Idelfonso y Francisco
Francisco Correa y Maria Soledad Lozano were my grandfathers and they had 10 kids, born betwwen 1910’s and 1930’s, Maria Consuelo, J. David(priest), Teodomiro, Elias, Daniel, Francisco, Sara, Maria Luisa, Juan Jose, Maria Teresa y Samuel Correa.
Samuel Correa and Maria Elena Cerrillo were my parents and the had 7 kids born between the 1950’s and 1960’s, Maria de Jesus, Jose Samuel, Francisco, Jose Domingo, Juan Carlos, Maria Soledad and Marta Elena.
Send me an email quintin78380@yahoo.com

Re: SAINT MATEO CORREA MAGALLANES (1866-1927)

Posted: 6 May 2007 5:46PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you so very much. Do you know if either Saints had brothers that carried on the Magallanes name to this day? I thank you in advance for your time and consideration.

Chris B. de L.

Re: SAINT MATEO CORREA MAGALLANES (1866-1927)

Posted: 6 May 2007 6:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Most of my family up until 1800 are from the valley between Fresnillo and Valparaiso. They are from the haciendas of San Jose de Llanetes, San Antonio de Sauceda, and San Mateo. Although I think that as approach earlier dates, I may find that they may have come from older towns and cities, like Zacatecas, Jerez, or Plateros. I am related to the following families: Borjons, Rincons, Betancourts, Mergils, Magallanes, Arias, Mesa, Montellanos, Rico, de Leons, Amaros, Hernandez, Gonzalez, Carrillos, de Laras, Amayas, Recendez, Santos, Roldans, Buenos, Santos, and last but not least Barrios. Please let me know if any of these families are in your family background.

Re: SAINT MATEO CORREA MAGALLANES (1866-1927)

Posted: 13 Aug 2008 12:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Correa, Magallanes, Jara
St. Mateo Correa Magallanes had four sisters, all born in the Tepechitlan, Zacatecas area.

St. Cristobal Magallanes Jara had two sisters and a brother, all born in the Totatiche, Jalisco area. One sister never married. The other sister had two daughters. The brother had a least nine children with at least five sons.

The two men were said to be related through their Magallanes families. Perhaps fifth cousins??? I have yet to find the connection. But I am still looking...

Let me know if you would like additional information.

Angie
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