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Re: Loya Family in Texas and Mexico
Posted by: Christina Loya (ID *****6872) Date: July 13, 2002 at 12:53:50
In Reply to: Re: Loya Family in Texas and Mexico by Stella Buckelew of 543

My Loya family originated in El Paso Texas, My greatgrandfathers name was Jose Angel Loya borne 1880 he left Texas at around 1900s, he settled in Southern Calif.
He married Ramalda Valenzuela. Together they had 3 daughters and 1 son, 1st Angelita Loya, 2nd Beatrice Loya, 3rd Gaudelupe Loya, 4th Antonio Loya. We are living relatives of these decendents. Please e-mail me.
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