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Surnames for Child Born Out of Wedlock 1800s

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Surnames for Child Born Out of Wedlock 1800s

Posted: 30 Dec 2009 4:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Dominguez
What was practice in Spanish colonial Alta California, Los Angeles area for the surname of a child born out of wedlock if the father did not have a surname? No surname for child Josefa, Baptized #124 on May 15, 1828 at the Plaza Church de Los Angeles, to father gentiles (non-Christian Indian) named Chapo/Chado (?) and mother Josefa Dominguez. Does the child take the mother’s surname or does the child at some age declare or assume a surname? Does anyone have information regarding the customs or practices during the Spanish Colonial period of Alta California for children born out of wedlock? Better yet, does anyone know anything about this child, who I suspect is my GGGG grandmother?
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
RWaldau 30 Dec 2009 11:47PM GMT 
pelayokitty 31 Dec 2009 7:36AM GMT 
RWaldau 31 Dec 2009 7:26PM GMT 
doreenvillapa... 1 Jan 2010 1:19AM GMT 
RWaldau 3 Jan 2010 4:30PM GMT 
doreenvillapa... 4 Jan 2010 3:25AM GMT 
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