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Re: Arellano's from Taos, NM
Posted by: Susan Arellano (ID *****0785) Date: April 07, 2002 at 13:18:04
In Reply to: Re: Arellano's from Taos, NM by Nancy Arellano of 471

Nancy,
We know nothing else besides what I have posted as far as different names. Martin (my husbands father) had married twice without the convenience of a divorce from his first wife, Anna Mares. I do not know where she is living or if she is alive, and I do not know her childrens names. Martin went to prison for bigamy and there was no contact between the children or wives. My mother in law Abelina died 4 years ago this July. She had 10 children who lived, six children from Martin. They are Steven in Arizona, Marilyn Arellano Najera from Oregon, George from Oregon, my husband John from Oregon, Elaine Arellano Aldaz Quintero and Teresa Arellano. My husbands grandmother and grandfather on his mothers side were Juan and Beatrice Aldaz from Center, CO. He and his siblings were born in Center, altho some of the family came from Leadville. My husband was 13 when his mother moved his family to Oregon....without Martin since he was incarcerated. His father came to Oregon when my husband was 15 and died soon after that in Colorado. We know only these facts so I dont know how much help we could be.
Sue Arellano


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