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Posted by: John,Diego,Pedro Caldera,Navarrette/Navarrete (ID *****9055) Date: March 14, 2006 at 03:44:55
In Reply to: Re: email me... by Pete Navarrette of 81

Adam;I don't know if you read your letters but I'll send you some information basicly it the same as I gave Anna I'll start in the begining we came from an area in the Basque country between France and Spain part of it useto belong to France but lost to Spain in the med-evil days our name come from the Basque word Nafarrete in pre Roman times it means plateau between two valleys if you look under Ignascio solder in Spain 1300's-1492 or Navarrete's of Spain 1300's-1492 you will find Navarrete's that made it into the history books our name starts out in about 900A.D.but you can find history of the area going back to 8,000,000 B.C. if you go to genealogy of Mexico you'll come up with Cortez and other conqestadores look under the N sometimes it takes awhile to load you will find the first Navarrete's and De Navarrete's 1519's Alonso,Francisco,Pedro and Louis in film that starts out in 1537 but I don't find anyone until 1540's it's Louis 1596 a lady Navarrete in 1621 the hacienda de Navarrete then we start connecting about 1660's in 1702-1703 we find a Nicolas baptizing the godfather is his father also named Nicolas so take 40 yrs from 1703 and you get 1660's later 1716 Mariano is born this area is Valle De Allende/San Bartolome Chihuahua Mariano grows up and marries Gertrudes Gonzales he will live along life dieds in 1817 99 yrs old the children grow up daughters start having children 1742-1760's they have been moved to an out post 1742 you will find the priest burring people 1776 the outpost named Su San Carlos 1770's we find daughters having children 178o's-1790's we find sons of Mariano Juan,Pedro and Manuel one has to be father of Jorge born about 1800-1810, 1842 you will find Anastacio marrying Refugeio Contreas these are grandparents of my father they are the parents of Roman Contreas Navarrete his wife name was Maria De Jesus Rodriguez the names of their children not in order Cruz,Telesforo,Pedro,Manuel,Juan my dad Mauricio and Rafael the ladys were Quinteria,Assunsion,Luz,Eva,Rafaela possible twin of Rafael and Elena they are all Marias, and born from 1880's to late 1890's in 1912 Maria De Jesus died 1916 he dies the men start moveing towards Juarez
cross at El Paso Texas 1916-1917 tio Telesforo went to Albuquerque New Mexico died in Albuquerque,tio Jose to Carlsbad New Mexico died in El Paso Texas tio Juan to Pixley died in Pixley Calilfornia my dad here to Bakersfield I don't know what happened to tio's Cruz,Manuel,and Rafael although i seem to recall that some were killed by Indians while out gathering wood I believe they left children probably all dead by now ?
that about does it.
your uncle Pete















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