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A Mendoza needing help
Posted by: Jose'-luis Mendoza Jr. (ID *****0171) Date: June 01, 2002 at 12:33:31
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I am Jose'-luis Mendoza Jr. My father is Jose'luis Mendoza and my mother is Kathy-marie Robinson. My father was born in Acapulco Guerrero, Mexico.His father was Zenaido Mendoza and his mother is Micaela Torres.Zenaido Mendoza had a father named Luis Rey Mendoza. Zenaido Mendoza's mother's name is Amalia Valdovino. The mother of Luis Rey Mendoza was an unknown Bracamontes. Amalia Valdovino was born about 1900. Zenaido Mendoza was born about 1930 and died about 2000. Jose'-luis Mendoza was born Feb. about 1953. My birthday is Jul. 18 1978. If this has helped anyone or someone is able to give any new information please contact me by I am trying to look for my first relative in Mexico but cannot afford to leave my state(Illinois), or buy any census records, church records, civil registry records, birth certificates, marriage licenses, death certificates, or wiils. If anyone knows how I can get these records without spending any money or having it be real cheap let me know. I thank you who took time to read this lengthy letter and would appreciate any available help.
Jose'-luis Mendoza Jr.
P.O. Box 414
Cobden Illinois 62920

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