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  • Marriage Dispensation for Antonio Urrutia and Marianna Sanchez de Aldana

    Posted by Maria Urrutia on May 21, 2022 at 6:29 pm

    Please help! Appreciate any recommendations… I’ve tried looking for Marriage Record/dispensa/ anything, for Marriage of Jose Antonio Urrutia (Orrutia/Vrrutia) (DoB: approx 1780?) and Mariana Sanchez de Aldana (DoB 3-3-1790, Place: Zapotiltic, Jalisco). Their children’s Birth Records/Baptisms are recorded starting in 1811-1825, in Santa Rosales, Chihuahua, Mexico, with Paternal Grandparents of Joaquin Urrutia and Francisa Cobian (Deya)). Maternal Grandparents: Jose Manuel Sanchez de Aldana and Maria Martinez Ochoa. I’ve looked in Jalisco marriage and Chihuahua starting from years 1809-1811 dispensations but no luck. Now, I’m not even sure who’s Jose Antonio Urrutia mother might be. I’ve tried many variants on name, location and timeframes but again no luck.

    I wonder if there was a name change from Vescaino to Urrutia as the records I’ve found on Anna Francisca Cobian, has a Joaquin Vescaino but those marriage records are in 1754, might be way too soon for Jose Antonio Urrutia to be born. I’ve also tried locating Census Documents. I’ve purchased the Census Records for Latin American and the Hispanic United States by Lyman D. Platt but the cross reference archives and publication: Archivo Franciscan, Biblioteca Nacional, Mexico City, is not available on line.

    Any information and assistance is most appreciated. Thank you in advance!

    Maria Urrutia

    Maria Urrutia replied 1 year, 9 months ago 2 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Moises Garza

    Administrator
    May 22, 2022 at 9:46 am

    Hello Maria,

    I looked for them at the http://www.guadalajaradispensas.com/ website and did not find anything for them.

    • Maria Urrutia

      Member
      May 22, 2022 at 1:43 pm

      Hello Moises! Thank you so very much for looking through the Guadalajara Dispensations.

      I will keep looking for any land or Padrones from the 1800-1820s that I can locate something.

      Last, I think I will hire a professional genealogist from Ancestry so they can help with archived records at the FHL.

      Thanks again!

      We appreciate everything you do for our Community!

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