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Kuylen-Huiza- Matl de Mencia Alamilla Videz Family
Posted by: Dawn Anderson (ID *****0084) Date: October 14, 2005 at 16:52:13
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I am trying to finf info on my ancestors. My great- grand father victor Kuylen met and married Jeronima Huiza sometime between 1884 and 1886. They had seven children. Althought they lived in Corts, Honduras, Jeronima Huiza was from Puerto Barrios area. Her father's name was Vincente Huiza and her mother was Matl de Mencia. Any help would be appreciated.
I am also trying to find info on Leon Valiriano Videz. He was married to my great- great grandaunt Amilia Kuylen who immigrated from Belgium around the mid 1800's. She resided in Guatemala with him and their son Leon Videz for many years. He was a General in the guatemalan Army.
I am also trying to get info on another branch of my family the Alamilla's. They lived in the Livingston, Isobal area in the 1800and 1900's. My great grandmother was Susanna Alamilla. She had other fdamily. Henry, Peter, Ethel, Maudie Amy? She married my Great grandfather Charles Jasper Robertson fron Scotland somewhere in the 1880's. By that time some of her family had moved to British Honduras. My great-grandmother Susanna Alamilla was born in 1864 either in Guatemala, British Honduras or honduras as some of the family members also moved to Ceiba, and San Pedro Honduras

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