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Re: Madrids of the El Paso area
Posted by: Amy Dettman (ID *****3302) Date: June 13, 2007 at 06:14:57
In Reply to: Re: Madrids of the El Paso area by Richard Eric Madrid of 340

Your message is very interesting to me, my great granfather is also Felix Madrid, wife Estefana ( spelling unknown) they also had alot of children, some whom have left home when my grandfather was young, and I too am not sure of the names of siblings he had. But my grandfather Luis Madrid was born in 1912 so obviously the dates do not match. Another thing thats interesting is the "Ortega", and the tradition of how they used it in middle names. My granfather has the middle intial M, for his mothers madien name, and my father has G for his mothers maiden name. Do you think there might be a connection? We are in Michigan now too.


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