Mexican Genealogy

Articles about Mexican genealogy.

Suspect Centenarian Lecture

I am Teaching a Mexican-American & Mexican Research Methods Class at the GSHA Conference in August 2017

Have you inherited an obituary or another type of biographical sketch of a Mexican ancestor or relative? Would you like to learn how to dig deeper into that record to discover more about that individual and his/her family? Join me at the 28th Annual Genealogical Society of Hispanic America Conference!

I am Teaching a Mexican-American & Mexican Research Methods Class at the GSHA Conference in August 2017 Read More »

SCGS Genealogy Jamboree 2017

I am Teaching on Mexican Church Parish Records & Civil Registrations at the SCGS Genealogy Jamboree 2017

Are you looking to learn more about working with Mexico’s civil registrations and church parish records to research your Mexican ancestors? Do you help patrons or clients of Mexican descent? Frustrated because you don’t know Spanish, so you think you can’t get very far with Mexican family history? Then join me at the 48th Annual Southern California Genealogy Jamboree!

I am Teaching on Mexican Church Parish Records & Civil Registrations at the SCGS Genealogy Jamboree 2017 Read More »

Mexico Church & Civil Registration Records

The Two Main “Go-To” Record Types for Researching Mexican Genealogy

When researching Mexican family history, there are two main “go-to” types of records that you will consult daily, Mexican Catholic Church and Civil Registration records. Those of us with Mexican ancestors are particularly fortunate. First, we inherited the best food in the world. Second, we inherited what are often referred to as the best genealogy records in the world.

The Two Main “Go-To” Record Types for Researching Mexican Genealogy Read More »

, ,
Mexican American

I am Teaching a Mexican-American Family History Class for Teens at the Anaheim Public Library Next Month

I am presenting a new genealogy lecture for the Anaheim Public Library next month, that is quite a bit different from the typical genealogy topics I teach in my lectures, workshops, and summer school course. This is not a standard how-to class for genealogists. Instead it is a class reaching out to Mexican-American teens and young adults.

I am Teaching a Mexican-American Family History Class for Teens at the Anaheim Public Library Next Month Read More »

Scroll to Top