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Old 12-11-2007
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Default About Mexican Genealogy

Here is something I came across on a forum, that says that mexican birth certificats go back two generations. I didn't know that so I figured I'd post it for you all. EHP

The easiest way to get information is from Mexico by
requesting a birth certificate. It allows the person
to go back often two generations in a single document.

I called my local Mexican Embassy and they send me out
a simple form in viola in 3 weeks times i recieved a
birth certificate of my grandfather.

It helped me greatly in my geneaology search.


Joe Ramirez-Forcier

Direct Maternal : Forcier/Holden/Green
San Luis Valley, Monte
Vista Colorado
New York, NY

Direct Paternal : Ramirez/Ramires/Ramires de Botello
Tototlan and Atotonilco de Alto,
Jalsico, Mexico

Indirect Maternal :
French Canada

Indirect Paternal : Flores/Avalos/Santa Cruz/Lopez
Arizona Territory, Sonora,

Islas Tres Marias, and Atotonilco De Alto
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