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Loya-Varela, San Eli to Juarez migration?
Posted by: Jaime Loya (ID *****8825) Date: August 18, 2004 at 12:19:51
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Greetings Loyas,

Looking for information that can help me trace ancestry prior to Great Grandparents. If any of these names are familiar please send me an email.

My great grandfather, Jose Loya (maternal last name unknown) was born around 1870. He moved from the San Elizario/Ysleta/Fabens area to the Juarez "lower valley" and married Guadalupe Varela, a Mexican citizen. They had children by the name of Albino, Guadalupe (Lupe), Rafaela, Santos, Rosenda, and Cirilo. Cirilo is my grandfather. He was born in 1901 and was the youngest in the family. If any of Cirilo's brothers and sisters are familiar to you please contact me.

Thank you,

Jaime






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