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OK folks I am going to post the Marichalar data I have. I will post the line of Francisco Xavier Marichalar, the first Marichalar to come to the new world. Then the line (2 generations) of Juan Sanchez from Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas. His daughter Dolores married into the Marichalars. Then other partial lines I have gathered from the data posted on the bulletin boards and e-mails sent to me. If you can add anything, see an error, or make a connection, please contact me directly: JohnnySanchez@compuserve.com.
I am hoping you can fill in with the correct information. We are all related, the start is from one individual. Other signifcant lines are the Sadas and Guerras. Our start was in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. From there they scattered. I tried to indicate the towns where I could. Francisco was an alcalde in a suburb of Monterrey in the ealy 1800s, and some of the SADAs were high ranking military officers and also alcaldes.
Johnny Marichalar Sanchez