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Re: De La Garza's portion 67 Starr Cty
Posted by: Belinda Dunkel Date: August 14, 2000 at 06:04:35
In Reply to: Re: De La Garza's portion 67 Starr Cty by Rayleen Villanueva of 101

I am so happy someone has finally responded to one of my messages! I was starting to think I was the only person researching this line! Please tell me more about what you have on Esteban's siblings. You said he was one of five and I haven't been able to find anything on him. Also, please tell me more about the Francisco de la Garza that is his father. I found a web site that has Francisco de la Garza as the original land grant holder for many portions, but he died in 1821 and Esteban wasn't born until about 1836. My mother and her siblings told me Esteban's father's name was Pedro and this Francisco had a son named Pedro. But I can't find anything connecting this Pedro to Esteban. Maybe I am on the wrong track...

Well the web site address is:

Please give me any information you can! I am stuck! And any lead would help! Thanks! You can also email me at

Thanks Again!

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