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Re: emigracion espanola a Son. Mex. 1700's
Posted by: Marcella Celaya Robles Date: March 02, 2000 at 12:02:42
In Reply to: Re: emigracion espanola a Son. Mex. 1700's by Lesley of 8315

Hi Lesly: My maternal grandfather was a man
named Concepcion Beltran "Chono" Celaya (b.
1878 in Phoenix, Az). He married Tomas Telles
in August 1899 in Florence, A.T. We may have
something in common as I've traced my Celaya
family roots from Florence & Tucson, AZ to
possibly Sonoyta, Son, Mex,and Santa Ana/
Magdalena/Atil/Altar, Sonora, Mexico. Any
connections or genealogical links?


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