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Lost Aragon Family
Posted by: Valerie (ID *****7182) Date: August 08, 2004 at 18:41:30
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Hello! My name is Valerie and I'm looking for my lost family who most likely still lives in New Mexico. This morning I found my lost Great Grandfather, Pablo Aragon who was born in 1873 or 1874, in a San Miguel, New Mexico census. He used to live in Mexico and was married to my Great grandmother Joesfina Munoz at the age of 25. He went to war for the first time before his son was born and came back when he was around a 11 or 12 and left a few months later to go back to war but he never came back. Rumors has it that he was killed in action and another that he lived and immigrated to one of the southern states in the U.S. In this 1930 U.S. Census he was 56 and remarried to a women I believe whose name is Custina or a name like that. They had 4 children whose names are Geraldo (S), Frausica (F), Fidel (S), and another son whose name I cannot read. In the war all records were distroyed and my grandfather Luis went back to make new records he took his mother's maiden name Munoz but not his father's last name Aragon. I would like to find our lost relatives and it would give some closure to my father's siblings and myself. If you have any information I would be very grateful! Thank you so much! Bye!


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