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Re: Trinidad Salazar-(Pioneer in Alice, TX 1890's early 1900's)
Posted by: John Vela (ID *****7301) Date: January 27, 2003 at 22:08:53
In Reply to: Re: Trinidad Salazar-(Pioneer in Alice, TX 1890's early 1900's) by manuel salazar of 870

Manny,
I found out that Trinidad's father could very well be Sabino Zalazar married to Juana Saldivar on April 6, 1858 in Santander Jimenez, Tamps. MX. Trinidad had a son named Sabino, so that could be a clue and I know that Trinidad's mother was named Juanita Saldivar, according to my grandmother Zoila. She told me this in 198, four years before she passed on.
Keep in touch, John




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