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Re: Searching for Salazar's from Muzquiz Coah Mexico
Posted by: Felipe Salazar (ID *****1571) Date: August 30, 2012 at 12:40:40
In Reply to: Searching for Salazar's from Muzquiz Coah Mexico by ANGIE CASTILLO of 870

Hello there,
i did some quick looking and found some of the people you have mentioned. I found Frutoso salazar son of cresencio salazar and cipriana velasquez. frutoso was born about 1878 in coahuila mexico. he dies and is buried in houston Texas. he passed away on 28 november,1954. he married Luisa aldrete. she was born in allende mex. in 1885. she too is buried in houston. she passed away 31 mar. 1946. they had a daughter named maria, she was born in 1911 and dies 13 oct 1929. she is buried in tom green county. san angelo Tx.
luisas parents were susano aldrete and juana corona. they also had a daughter catalina, she was born 31 jan. 1888. she died 16 jan, 1963. she is buried in san marcos texas.
brothers of frutoso, are Alejos,1875-8 jul,1945.martindale,caldwell county Texas.Marcos christened 14 nove,1895.san buena ventura coahuila mex. Francisco,4 oct 1883,coahuila,mex. Florentino, 27 may 1888, abasolo, coahuila,mex.
i couldn't find much on cresencio or criispina. but if you wish, i can take another look.
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