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Re: Loya History and Origin
Posted by: Cynthia Heinemann (ID *****3867) Date: January 06, 2005 at 08:12:05
In Reply to: Re: Loya History and Origin by Alex Loya of 543

Alex- This is outstanding. I came across it while looking for info on the Loya name. I recently found out my six times great grandmother was a Loya, Leonor, from Chihuahua. I don't know when she was born or died. She married Francisco De Irigoyen and they had a son (my 5 times great grandfather) Francisco Javier Irigoyen in 1720. Irigoyen is a Basque name, so I suspected that Loya may be too. I am very proud of my Basque roots. Thanks again for post!


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