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Re: Juan &Territa Ayala Family of Monterrey,
Posted by: Eduardo Ayala Date: July 03, 2001 at 21:50:47
In Reply to: Juan &Territa Ayala Family of Monterrey, by Robert Sanchez of 522

Hey Robert, nice to meet you,
I live in Tijuana,Mexico. and I've been interested on my family roots. My greatgrandfather was Jesus Ayala Gonzalez,lawyer, born in 1832 in Monterrey,N.L., my grandfather, Dr.Eduardo Victor Ayala was born in 1862,also there,and my father, Jesus Maria, was born also in Monterrey on Sept.28th.,1897,his mother's name: Maria Teresa TreviŮo.and brothers Eduardo and Antonio. The Ayala family moved to Mexico City early 1900's, my grandfather, then a widower, was appointed by President Madero as part of his government.As the country when on to war (2nd.part)in 1913, my grandfather,(then in his 50s') had to runaway to Sonora, chased by dictator Gral.Huerta forces.My father Jesus and his two brothers joined to Mexican Revolution.
My father had 3 condecorations from the Federal the 1940's , after the war he followed as well as my uncles, my grandfather, who was living in Hermosillo.

I don't really know if there's any conection between my family and yours, since both come from Monterrey, it would be very interesting if you told me your story.
You can find my at this e-mail addresses—,

I'll be waiting response,
Thank you,
Ed Ayala.

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