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Re: Isidro/Isidore Rey b 1780s in Spain/Fr, d 1820+ MX
Posted by: Joe Provencio (ID *****5900) Date: November 11, 2005 at 12:10:20
In Reply to: Re: Isidro/Isidore Rey b 1780s in Spain/Fr, d 1820+ MX by Pat Holden of 135

There is a lot of information in a book "The Bells of San Eli", by (Amelia???) Skaggs. She was a descendent of Isidro/Isidore and she offers a plethora of info about the descendents. My great grandfather was Jose A. Rey of San Elizario, TX. I would love any added information you may have that extends back in history. My uncle Pedro Rey spoke of a book of "400 years", but we have never been able to find out exactly what it is. Thanks, looking forward to your reply,

Joe Provencio


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