Presentation “Using Church Censuses to Find Your Ancestors”

Using Church Censuses to Find Your Ancestors

Come and listen to Moises Garza will be making a presentation titled "Using Church Censuses to Find Your Ancestors" and learn how to use them in your own research.

As our flyer states, you are invited to attend our March the 8th meeting it is open to the public free of charge. So if you or anyone you know is interested in family history and genealogy we highly want to encourage you all to attend.

This will be the first-ever meeting held by the Las Villas del Norte Genealogy Group.

Here is our program:

2:00 PM - Greet and Meet

2:30 PM - Welcome and description/purpose of Las Villas del Norte

2:45 PM - Presentation "Using Church Censuses to Find Your Ancestors" by Moises Garza

3:15 PM - Open Registration if Anyone wants to Register

We hope to see you there and will be glad that you could make it.

Can't Make it To This Presentation?

Don't worry, join Las Villas del Norte today and you can watch this presentation online today. You will also get our eBook "Las Villas del Norte, The 1757 Censuses of Laredo, Dolores, Revilla, Mier, Camargo, and Reynosa", plus the e-version of our Journals, including a ton of other great resources to help you in your genealogy.

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  1. We shall be amending our schedule so as to assure our attendance at your lecture. It is somewhat fortunate that we live only a block and a half from the library.
    There are no suggestions beyond the desire that we avoid individuals making long-winded accounts about their own family’s genealogy. As a certifiable long-winded blowhard myself, I know it is easy at times to put one’s own interests ahead of the group’s interests. The reason I and others are attending this event is to listen to you and to learn of your advice and experience in terms of extracting data from parochial and diocesan archives.
    Your body of work that is available on your computer-accessible material speaks to the fact that it would be better to listen to you first, and then after you are finished, mix and exchange stories about ancestry and possible cousin-to-cousin discoveries.
    Thank you for putting up with this long-winded interruption. We look forward to the 8th.
    David Christian Newton