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Re: looking for relatives
Posted by: Irma Esparza Date: October 31, 2000 at 18:02:03
In Reply to: Re: looking for relatives by irma esparza solis of 401

I was looking to see if the name Esparza was jewish, or seraphin. So I started clicking away and found this web page. So you are named Irma too? My dad is named Gregorio Cabello Esparza Jr. My Grandfather who passed away in 88 was also Gregorio Esparza. He opened the first Mexican Bakery/Grocery store here in Fort Worth Texas in 1925. Born in either Saltillo...Mexico, in 1901. Married to Consuelo Cabello del Concepcion de Oro, Mexico. We still have cousins in Saltillo, and Monterrey. I haven't heard them speak of Corpus Christi, but thats not to say we could be related. There are also relatives in Austin. Back in 1993, I went to San Antonio to sight see...and I was suprised to see a Gregorio Esparza painting hanging in the Alamo. Relatives say that we are related. But I am not sure. Heres to finding our roots...
Cheers,
Irma Esparza
P.S. My mother's side is Ramirez-Monsivais, which is of french descent. My grandfather was named Felipe. I also have a brother named Felipe.


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