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Chavez families of New Mexico
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            1. Manuel Antonio Chaves, Colonial leader, [http://books.google.com/books?id=-bULAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA285&dq=%22manuel+antonio+chaves%22++%22military+occupation%22&cd=1#v=onepage&q&f=false photo.p.284], genealogical information, [http://books.google.com/books?id=-bULAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA285&dq=%22manuel+antonio+chaves%22++%22military+occupation%22&cd=1#v=onepage&q&f=false pp.285-308], [http://books.google.com/books?id=5DQmBJArL28C&pg=PA508&dq=%22manuel+antonio+chaves%22++%22ancestors%22&cd=3#v=onepage&q=%22manuel%20antonio%20chaves%22%20%22ancestors%22&f=false p.508],,.
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Gurule  surname listed on New Mexico Public Records: [http://www.gurulefamily.org/resources/census/census_records.shtml gurulefamily.org]  
 
Gurule  surname listed on New Mexico Public Records: [http://www.gurulefamily.org/resources/census/census_records.shtml gurulefamily.org]  
  

Revision as of 16:38, 17 May 2010

Chavez families of New Mexico

            1. Manuel Antonio Chaves, Colonial leader, photo.p.284, genealogical information, pp.285-308, p.508,,.

Gurule  surname listed on New Mexico Public Records: gurulefamily.org

Vigil families of New Mexico

            1. Descendants of Lucas Montes de Vigil. pp.1-31. Family reunion information.

            2. Donaciano Vigil, 2nd governor of New Mexico, photo p. 206, genealogical information, pp.207-228.

Oreste diCianno and Other families (Frazzini, Carlini, DiVecchia, Sepich)

Origin of Spanish Surnames of Northeast New Mexico and South Texas. Lineages,