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A beautiful letter from Cousin Leonardo Arguelles de Alba
A beautiful letter from Cousin Leonardo Arguelles de Alba
 
 
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Application for Border Permit Card for Alfredo Argüelles Escobosa
Application for Border Permit Card for Alfredo Argüelles Escobosa
 
 
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Arguelles in Florida in 1600's
Arguelles in Florida in 1600's
Information from St. Augustine Historical Society on early Arguelles residents in Florida 
 
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At the 2017 Family Christmas Party, the 1st cousins presented this book to their children.  Thank you to Mike and Rebecca Aguilar for taking the lead on this wonderful creation.

(Note:  Be patient, 43 MB download)
At the 2017 Family Christmas Party, the 1st cousins presented this book to their children. Thank you to Mike and Rebecca Aguilar for taking the lead on this wonderful creation. (Note: Be patient, 43 MB download)
 
 
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Baptism certificate of José María Argüelles Manso
Baptism certificate of José María Argüelles Manso
Note from Manuel:

Searching with that in mind, I was able to locate José María Arguelles baptism registry, he was indeed born in 1854.

The image is quite blurry and hard to read, but you can read Jose full name on the left margin and Joaquin and Modesta names on the registry, the document is dated February 10, 1854. Record is numbered as 585.

José full name was José Maria Teodoro Argüelles Manzo, following his name is his age, but it’s quite hard to read. (most probably it says he was 2 months old: “de 2 meses de edad”, so he might have born around December 10, 1853). 
 
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Baptism registry for Guadalupe Fuentes (her full name was María de Guadalupe y Loreto)
Baptism registry for Guadalupe Fuentes (her full name was María de Guadalupe y Loreto)
 
 
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Baptismal certificate of cousins José Arcadio Argüelles Saenz and Ambrocio Crispin Argüelles Saenz
Baptismal certificate of cousins José Arcadio Argüelles Saenz and Ambrocio Crispin Argüelles Saenz
Note from Manuel:

I attached Jose Arcadio Argüelles baptism registry and it’s a very interesting one, since he and his cousin Ambrocio were baptized at the same time I guess, the two records are consecutive, but also very interesting is that Arcadio’s godparents were Roman de los Santos Coy and Guadalupe Arguelles, while Jose´s godparents were Joaquín Argüelles and Francisca de los Santos Coy.

Also good it mentions all grandparents, even I think Arcadio´s got mixed.

Quite a family reunion… 
 
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Baptismal certificate of Leonardo Argüelles Saenz
Baptismal certificate of Leonardo Argüelles Saenz
 
 
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Baptismal certificate of María Juana Argüelles Guerra
Baptismal certificate of María Juana Argüelles Guerra
 
 
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Baptismal entry in Church records for Maria Josefa de la Candelaria Argüelles Guerra.
Baptismal entry in Church records for Maria Josefa de la Candelaria Argüelles Guerra.
Note from Manuel:

I found there is a mistake on Familysearch report, as Maria Josefa was born Feburary 1st 1804 and baptized on Feburary 3rd 1804, but it was on the church of Villa del Rosario, Abasolo, Tamaulipas not in Santander de Jimenez. (It seems both churches were in the same microfilm and when data was captured they should assume it was from Santander de Jimenez instead of Abasolo).  
 
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Baptismal record of Camilo Manzo Fuentes
Baptismal record of Camilo Manzo Fuentes
The record indicates Camilo was born on July 14, 1821 and baptized next day (July 15, 1821) his complete name was Camilo de Jesus Buena Ventura Manzo Fuentes. 
 
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Birth certificate for Silveria Arguelles Guzman
Birth certificate for Silveria Arguelles Guzman
 
 
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Christmas letter from Mike Aguilar to his cousins
Christmas letter from Mike Aguilar to his cousins
 
 
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Church registry for the Wedding of Leonardo Manzo and María Guadalupe Fuentes
Church registry for the Wedding of Leonardo Manzo and María Guadalupe Fuentes
The wedding was in Saltillo, Coahuila.

Leonardo Manzo was from the Village of Espiel, Cordoba, Spain. He was a First Sergeant for Barcelona´s Light Infantry Battalion and legitimate son of Bacilio Manzo and María Josefa Alvarez.

María Guadalupe Fuentes is mentioned as legitimate daughter of José María Fuentes and María Ygnacia Valdez

 
 
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Death Certificate of Ambrosio Argüelles Manso
Death Certificate of Ambrosio Argüelles Manso
 
 
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Death Certificate of Camilo Argüelles Manso
Death Certificate of Camilo Argüelles Manso
 
 
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Death Certificate of José María Argüelles Manso
Death Certificate of José María Argüelles Manso
 
 
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Descendants of Rancho Jacalon Volume 1
Descendants of Rancho Jacalon Volume 1
 
 
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Descendants of Rancho Jacalon Volume 2
Descendants of Rancho Jacalon Volume 2
 
 
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Ed Miccio Military Bio Form - SAMPLE
Ed Miccio Military Bio Form - SAMPLE
 
 
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Eduardo Arguelles Obituary
Eduardo Arguelles Obituary
 
 
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Eulogy
Eulogy
 
 
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Handwritten letter from Porfirio Diaz to Camilo Argüelles Manso
Handwritten letter from Porfirio Diaz to Camilo Argüelles Manso
From Eduardo Arguelles:

I also found the following background information on Camilo Arguelles from a biography that had been sent to me. Camilo is our great grandfather (the father of our grandfather Edmundo) and his wife was Maria de los Angeles Lira (this is where Lira comes in). He was a close friend of Porfirio Diaz when he was a general and before he became president. Camilo fully supported Porfirio when he ran for president but when Porfirio decided to run for a second term (this was against the constitution and against Camilo's principles), Camilo was not in agreement. He held an important position in the Customs office in Cd. Juarez (known as Paso del Norte at that time) but when his superior tried to obligate Camilo to vote for Porfirio's re-election, Camilo sent his resignation letter to Porfirio. I believe that the letter we have may be Porfirio's reply to Camilo's letter of resignation. All very interesting.

Translation:

Mexico, November 21, 1885
Mr. Camilo Arguelles
Paso Del Norte

My Dear friend,

I respectfully read your kind letter ( _ _ maybe reference to the date? _ _) and although the report you sent me helps me greatly to know all the details of the case that you refer to, it doesn't tell me anything new about your honesty and refinement which I well know. In this regard, you should rest assured and know that as always, you can count on my esteem and affection, but whatever the final outcome be, the truth is that you are both (the you "ustedes" is plural) upset and will not be able to work well and without doubt with prejudice to your public service.
Therefore, although I would have preferred not to move you from that place, first because the government needs you there, and also to prevent you from the complications that you mention, the Ministry finds itself in the need to relocate you to another place, naturally without affecting your salary or category. I recommend that in the meantime, you accept the appointment you will receive, being assured that if it is not of your complete satisfaction, I will look for any other position that would be satisfactory to you.

You know I am fond of you, your close friend,

Porfirio Diaz
 
 
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Immigration card for Camilo Argüelles Manso
Immigration card for Camilo Argüelles Manso
 
 
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Immigration Manifest
Immigration Manifest
 
 
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Letter from Grandma Concha Arguelles to 2006 Family Christmas Party
Letter from Grandma Concha Arguelles to 2006 Family Christmas Party
 
 
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Life and Times of Concepción Valdes Leal de Argüelles, as told by her daughter Angie, edited and produced by her grandson Michael Aguilar
Life and Times of Concepción Valdes Leal de Argüelles, as told by her daughter Angie, edited and produced by her grandson Michael Aguilar
 
 
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Marriage certificate of Matias Gómez and Guadalupe Argüelles Saenz - 1918
Marriage certificate of Matias Gómez and Guadalupe Argüelles Saenz - 1918
 
 
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Rancho Jacalon
Rancho Jacalon
 
 
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Rancho Jacalon, Volume 1
Rancho Jacalon, Volume 1
 
 
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Rancho Jacalon, Volume 2
Rancho Jacalon, Volume 2
 
 
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Signature of Joaquin Argüelles Guerra
Signature of Joaquin Argüelles Guerra
 
 
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Spain’s Contributions – Number One, Martin
Spain’s Contributions – Number One, Martin
Article by Jake Arguelles on first Arguelles born in U.S. (Florida, 1566)