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Re: Rangels from Leon Guanajuato
Posted by: Victoria Rangel (ID *****7185) Date: October 10, 2011 at 02:12:42
In Reply to: Rangels from Leon Guanajuato by Michael Rangel of 466

Hi, my father was from the area of Leon Guanajuato. He had brother's named Ricardo, Lupe, and Alfredo. He had a sister named Sara, and a living sister named Rosa. My father is Raul, and he is still with us. He used his mother's maiden name for a middle name which was Serrano. My father's parents were Cirilo and Maria. In Guanajuato my father had an aunt living with them who was a nurse. I will find out more. I have more information written down in one of my journals. I was starting to search for my mother's sister in the death index and my brother too. Then...well you know how that goes, one link after another and here is where I ended up at. I know the feeling when you get no responses. But for some reason I keep coming back. Thanks for your post and I look forward to exchanging information with you. I am in Fresno, California, you know, the state where working seems like fun! (like the commercial haha) Anyway, because I found your post I got my third wind and am even more curious of what I may find. I got a question, what do you know about the origin of the surname "Rangel"? And did you know we had a family crest? Alright Michael, hope to hear from you soon.


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