Presentation “First Founders of San Antonio”

First Founders of San Antonio - by Maria Elena Laborde

Join us April 11, 2021 for Maria Elena Laborde's presentation "First Founders of San Antonio". The Zoom presentation will be at 2:00 PM CST. If you are a member of Las Villas del Norte be on the look out on April 7, 2021 for your invitation in your email inbox or log in to our website and go to our calendar to get the link. Not a member yet? You can join here:

More About Maria Elena Laborde

Maria Elena Laborde was born Mexico City in 1947, as result of 15 years of genealogical investigations she published Nopalera, and later on a historical novel, presented in Madrid and London, Mexico City (Chapultepec Castle), speaker in 1918 at San Antonio (Bexareños), and twice at the Binacional in Saltillo. 

Presentation Information

Title: First founders San Antonio, closely related to San Juan Bautista del Río Grande, today Guerrero, Coahuila

Summary: Being direct descendent of Francisco Hernández/Ana García, listed as founders of San Antonio, Ms. Laborde's investigations prove that members of that family, through generations, were and are in contact with relatives of the town they left in 1718, today is Guerrero, Coahuila (San Juan Bautista del Río Grande del Norte)

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