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FAMILIA LARES...
Posted by: Nancy Lares Glynn (ID *****5478) Date: November 12, 2002 at 12:30:04
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We just had our "Annual Lares Family Reunion" in August 2002. There are approximately 100 immediate family members that live locally in the Bay Area of California. We are the descendants of Maria and Augustin Lares. My grandfather, Augustin Lares was born in Arizona, brother of Elena, Maria, Anita and Francisco Lares. Augustin moved to Mexico, where he met and married his bride, Maria Jesus Dominguez. They married and had, I believe 13 children, some passed at an early age/birth, but the remaining 8 are from the oldest to youngest... Augustin Lares, Carmen Lares Romero, Gilberto Lares (deceased, we love you Tio!) :o), Ricardo Lares, Lola Lares Gamboa, Adolfo Lares, Frances Lares Glynn, Jesus Lares, Maria Jesus "Chuchi" Lares Gil. With that said, they had numerous children,and grandchildren, and greatgrand children. Way too many to mention. I am looking to find our long lost familia, if any. If you read this message and are interseted, I would like to hear from you. You can e-mail me at nglynn@incyte.com. Hasta pronto, your long lost prima or something to that affect :o) Ciao!


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