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Re: Aldrete question
Posted by: Al C. Aldrete (ID *****1114) Date: September 15, 2003 at 21:23:30
In Reply to: Aldrete question by Christin Aldrete of 27

The name Aldrete is of Spanish origin. Spanairds settled to New Spain, (Mexico) in the 1500's.

There is another family branch that spells the name Alderete. The Aldretes have been in the Mexico, Texas and the Southwest for many years - some say over 300 years. I am researching the Aldretes and have pushed my line back to the 1700's.

The Mormon family research center documents the Aldrete name going back to the 1500's in Valladolid, Spain. I hope I have helped some.

Al C. Aldrete

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