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Re: martinez families in northern new mexico towns that dont exist anymore.
Posted by: Anthony Martinez (ID *****8644) Date: November 17, 2011 at 13:23:31
In Reply to: Re: martinez families in northern new mexico towns that dont exist anymore. by FamilyResearcher of 1887

Im not too sure. Willy and florence martinez would be my great grandparents they are from a town called "kaylor" which i believe was west of Raton. Buenoventura and senaida valenzuela are my great maternal granparents who lived in a town called hebron which doesnt exist anymore either. I believe Buenoventura was a mexican who came from texas. He worked on the rail road and retired from there. He passed away in 1991. This is all I know.


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