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Re: jose maria alaniz longoria
Posted by: Eva Lerond (ID *****2752) Date: March 01, 2008 at 19:05:57
In Reply to: Re: jose maria alaniz longoria by Dee Dee King, Certified Genealogist of 285

I need information on the following: Victoriana Cavazos, and how she is linked to the Alanis/Longoria/Cruz family. The only information I have is from my biological father (Lorenzo Cruz)living in Texas. I have not been able to find any information on my biological mother Antonia Rodriguez (11/13/1921) died 11/9/1989. I never met her. I was told Simon lived in La Grulla, Texas

My maternal grandparents were Ignacio Cruz married to Isabel Alanis. Parents of Ignacio were Roman Cruz and Victoriana Cavazos. Parents of Isabel were Simon Alanis (4/1870) and Gregoria Gonzales (11/15/1873).

Parents of Simon were Juan Alanis and Maria Fervonia Alanis, parents of Gregoria were Eugenio Gonzales and Isabel Mata.

Parents of Juan were Juan Jose Alanis married to Teodora Longoria.

1930 census shows Victoriana at age 54, and living in Donna, Texas, also have her linked to a Timoteo Cruz, on a WWI registration card.

Any information on ANY of these names would be very much appreciated.


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