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Origin of the Cisneros TX and MX
Posted by: Frank Longoria Date: September 02, 2001 at 17:54:56
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Juan Cisneros was one of the settlers of Camargo, Tamaulipas (known as El Nuevo Santander during the colonial time) in 1749. He moved from Nuevo Leon in the late 1740s. He received a land grant, Porcion 79 north of the Rio Grande, which included over 6,000 acres of land. The Cisneros data shows about 12 generations of some of the known descendants of Cisneros. The mineral and oil rights of his land are in dispute. At the time that Cisneros' tract was sold the rights to mineral, oil, and gas were not part of the land selling transaction. For further details, visit the Juan Cisneros's descendents at
My father was Longoria Cisneros and was born in Cameron circa 1898.


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