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Re: Antonio "Tony" Monterro
Posted by: Susana Leon (ID *****1381) Date: February 28, 2009 at 11:16:44
In Reply to: Antonio "Tony" Monterro by Hugh flynn of 55

Am also researching my grandfather's (Federico Antonio Montero, born Nov. 1880 in Las Cruses, New Mexico)siblings. His father, Antonio Suares Montero (who was a Doctor)and my great-grandmother Ana Joaquina Valenzuela y Fernandez De Montero were married 13 years before his birth (his older brother Antonio and sister Delfina were born in Arizona but died during their first years of life -Antonio died and is buried in Arizona and Delfina died and is buried in Sonora, Mexico). My grandfather had half-brothers/sisters born during the same time he and my grandmother lived in Las Cruses, New Mexico and Arizona. Due to my great-grandfather Antonio Suares Montero's "second family" my great-grandmother and grandfather left New Mexico when he was about 7 or 8 years old and returned to Sonora, Mexico (and took with them a part of Dr. Antonio Suares Montero's "Medical Journal/Diary", which we have in our possession). His father, Antonio Suares Montero born May 1845 in Taos, New Mexico, (to Antonio Suares Montero from Oporto, Portugal and Maria Francisca Vigil from Mexico) got together with Refugia Camunez sometime in the late 1870's and had many children with her. When my great-grandmother and grandfather return to Sonora, Mexico, my great-grandfather Dr. Antonio Suares Montero lives the remainder of his life with Refugia (he'd write letters to Ana Joaquina whom he never divorced, and on occasion, would go visit her and their son in Opodepe, Sonora, Mexico). My grandfather's half-brothers would be Jesus, Antonio, Federico, Enrique, Luis, Refugia "Kuka", Virginia, and I believe there were a few more. Are you related? Please reply to my email address: sdleon@sbcglobal.net


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