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Arboles genealógicos

José Luis Vera (View posts)
Posted: 6 Mar 2000 6:40AM GMT
Todos los Vera favor armen sus árboles genealógicos hasta donde los conozcan, a ver si conseguimos más información.

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Norma Vera Hernandez (View posts)
Posted: 21 Jul 2000 9:25AM GMT
Hola José Luis, where are you?
It seems there are a lot of us Vera's in America. Anyway, it looks like we are all from Spain via the Canary Islands. My grandfather was Manuel Vera and grandmother Lucía Mendoza from the Canary Islands. My father was first generation Cuban Felix Manuel Vera Mendoza brothers and sisters Juana, María, Lucía, Severino, Mario y Juan.

Dad was born on July 29, 1904 in Yumurí, Matanzas and there are three of us Manny G., John Louis (funny how Manuel, Juan and Luis show up).

We are now living in Miami, Florida; but some of the family is still in Matanzas.

Keep in touch.

I just started with this and don't really know much; but I'll slowly start looking it up and using this service. Let's see where we all come from and how we relate...

Norma

Veras is South Texas and northeastern Mexico

Posted: 12 Aug 2000 6:45AM GMT
Edited: 29 Feb 2004 4:18PM GMT
During the early explorations of South Texas and northeastern Mexico, by Don Jose de Escandon in the middle 18th century, the famiy of Jose Maria Vera was granted several prociones (large tracts of land). Since then many generations of Veras have settled this land. Through my mother my family has lived in this wilderness country for almost 300 years.

Just thought that I could share that small piece of history.

Thanks

Juan M. Escobar/JEscobar2@aol.com

Vera

Mariano Vera (View posts)
Posted: 12 Sep 2000 1:42PM GMT
La familia de Arandas, Jalisco, Mexico

Re: Vera familia

Vera Alves (View posts)
Posted: 16 Dec 2000 7:10PM GMT
Norma, I posted a message to you a couple of months ago...please check the board...you have found family..without a doubt!

Familia Vera

Luis Vera Prendes (View posts)
Posted: 24 Apr 2001 5:49PM GMT
Yo cuento con un árbol familiar de los Vera, pero la mayoría son de Querétaro. ¿que me puedes decir de tu lado de los Vera?

vera relative

Tila (View posts)
Posted: 12 May 2001 10:03PM GMT
My grandmother's maiden name is Vera her grandfather was Saturnino Alaniz Vera of Tamaulipas Mexico. He married a woman named Victoriana Gonzalez Martinez. Saturnino moved to the Duval County area where he owned a ranch called the San Buena Ventura. Do you know of a man named Homero Vera? If you do he's my cousin. He's the one who has the El Mesteno on the web. Please let me know if these names ring a bell. Who knows we might be related and not even know it. Hope to hear from you soon.

Vera Relative.

Posted: 13 May 2001 10:38AM GMT
Edited: 29 Feb 2004 4:18PM GMT
Tila.

Yes, I am aware of the names. Saturnino Vera's father was Guillermo Vera. Guillermo Vera had a brother Mariano Vera, who was my maternal greatgreatgrandfather.

I know Homero ver well, I have written a few articles for the El Mesteño magazine.

Where do you live and how are you related. I am currently writing a book on the González family and you should be in book. However, if you are not, maybe you can send me the information and can I can include you and your family in it.

Thanks

Juán M. Escobar y Vera, JEscobar2@aol.com

Escandon history

patricia Jimenez Weaver (View posts)
Posted: 1 Dec 2001 6:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Escandon
Juan,
I'm having a difficult time following my Escandon branch. I've looked at census records, the Morman Family History Center, Univ. of AZ Special Collections, St . Augustine Church records, AZ state archives. My grandmother Petra Jimenez was Escandon prior to marriage. Her father was Joaquin Escandon m. to Petra Yanez Jan 1893 in Tucson, AZ. Joaquin was born 1864 in San Juan de Gracia, Sonora; died 1935 in Tucson. I have his dearth cert. but the names of his parents aren't noted. He arrived in Tucson about 1880. He was a rancher in Cortaro, AZ located just north of Tucson. Do you have any info. on the Escandones from your area?

Re: Escandon history

Posted: 1 Dec 2001 6:27PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 1 Dec 2001 7:38PM GMT
Surnames: Escandon
Juan I'm posting this again because I entered my email incorrectly. I want to make sure I receive your reply!!

Juan,
I'm having a difficult time following my Escandon branch. I've looked at census records, the Morman Family History Center, Univ. of AZ Special Collections, St . Augustine Church records, AZ state archives. My grandmother Petra Jimenez was Escandon prior to marriage. Her father was Joaquin Escandon m. to Petra Yanez Jan 1893 in Tucson, AZ. Joaquin was born 1864 in San Juan de Gracia, Sonora; died 1935 in Tucson. I have his dearth cert. but the names of his parents aren't noted. He arrived in Tucson about 1880. He was a rancher in Cortaro, AZ located just north of Tucson. Do you have any info. on the Escandones from your area?
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