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Re: Guerrero - Where did the name come from?
Posted by: guerrero Date: March 21, 2001 at 01:11:31
In Reply to: Guerrero - Where did the name come from? by O. Guerrero of 329

The Guerrero made their appearence in Spain in about the 11th century in the area of Zaragosa(which means ceasar agustas) They held lands and estates Yes there is a coat of arms They came to the new world in the early 1500's no doubt they landed in Cuba as it was the jumping off spot for the conquest of Mexico by the time the pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock we had already been here a hundred years one of the elder Guerreros was in charge of the naval flota in the new world while his sons were with Cortez Gonzalo Guerrero was captured by the Mayans and later became a warchief and fought Cortez in the 1800's President Guerrero freed the slave in Mexico Guerrero as you know means warrior an adjective to describe an occupation (a knight name) pardon my grammer and spelling as it is early in the morning One of your other relatives Raul in california


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