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Re: Loya Family in Texas and Mexico
Posted by: Stella Buckelew (ID *****9403) Date: July 14, 2002 at 08:57:44
In Reply to: Re: Loya Family in Texas and Mexico by Christina Loya of 544

My grandparents:
Pedro Loya, parents Joseph Loya and Francisca Rojas
born in 1873 Conchas, Chih.
Bonifacia Macias, parents Ignacio Macias and
Gabriela Carmona born in 1880 Nonvaua,
Chih.

They had fifteen children, ten survived. Left Mexico in 1911 during the Mexican Revolution. Lived in El Paso, Texas
for approximately 11 years. Made a stopover in Phoenix, Arizona and left because of the hot climate. Finally settled in Los Angeles, Ca.

My grandfather passed away in 1928.
My grandmother passed away in 1951.
Both buried at the Mt. Calvary Cemetery, LA, CA.

No other information re. other relatives for my grandparents.

Stella Loya Buckelew


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