March 6, 2019

Last Names of Nuevo Leon Book Series
Last Names of Nuevo Leon

In this post, I provide more information on my book series titled "Last Names of Nuevo Leon".

This book series main focus is to publish genealogy books about the progenitors of the many last names found in Nuevo Leon, Mexico. If you have roots in Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas, and South Texas then these books will be an excellent resource for you.

Below are just a few of the books in this series.

Last Names of Nuevo Leon Book Series

Click on the above button to find the links to read more about each book or to buy your copies.

These books range from 250 to 600 pages. If you are interested in buying one or just reading more about them you can do so here:

Also, every year I plan to publish four new books. To see what is coming up just visit the website here

The main purpose of promoting my books here is that I want you to be aware that they are available. When doing genealogy research just knowing and learning about what resources are out there is half the work of finding our ancestors.

By the way, when you purchase any of the above books you are helping this website stay up and running and free for everyone to enjoy and learn from.

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Moises Garza

I have doing my family genealogy since 1998. I am also the creator of this blog Mexican Genealogy, and my personal blog We Are Cousins. To always be up to date with both of these sites follow me on facebook. To contact me or book me for a presentation, buy my books, and or learn more about me visit my personal website at

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  1. My Grandfather Severo Jaime was born on Sept. 5, 1875 to Jesus Jaime and lived in Guerrero, have you found anything on this family? I have no name for his Mother, I would appreciate it if you could find some info on this family.
    Thank You. Sally Jaime
    Corpus Christi, TX

  2. I was wondering if you have come a cross the name Librado Botello born abt 1860 in Allende, N.L. He was Married to Maria Teresa Aguirre. my great grandfather was Librado Botello and his father’s name was Casildo Botello he was Married to Rafaela Gonzalez. I found there names on my Grandfather’s Birth certificate.
    I found Librado Botello and Maria Teresa Aguirre marriage certificate too. I hit a brick wall on Librado and Casildo Botello abt 1824 and Rafaela Gonzalez abt 1834.

    Thank you

    Soledad Ca.

    1. If you want to contact me probably we are looking into the same family. My grandfather was Botello Aguirre and my grandmother Beltran Silva. My mother told me that her grandma’s name was Teresita. Please feel free to contact me by email to exchange information. I grew up in Allende and live now in Texas

  3. My family (Gonzales)mentions a family ranch in Anahuac, Mexico in or about the the 40’s and a few members have old pictures passed down to them that are supposedly from there but I can not find any mention of them in that area. Based on my research we hail mostly from Matehuala, San Luis Potosí and (Garza) from Nuevo León. I recently traced most of my ancestors/family and confirmed with Ancestry DNA but I hit a brick wall in my research. Any help is greatly appreciated.

    My anchors in my genealogy research are my maternal great great grandparents Florentino Gonzales Castañeda and Mercedes Garza Sanchez.

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