January 18, 2023

Hemeroteca Nacional Digital de Mexico
Last Names of Nuevo Leon

In this blog post, you can learn more about the Hemeroteca Nacional Digital de Mexico, a website to search collections of Mexican Newspapers.

To see what is available for any particular Mexican state that you may be researching on just click on the menu link labeled “Herramientas de Consulta”. You will get an alphabetical listing of available newspapers for Mexico.

You can also just do a basic search on the menu link labeled “Busqueda Basica” or an advanced search on “Busqueda Avanzada”.

I highly recommend that you check it out since it contains a wealth of information. You never know you might just find your ancestors within the pages of these newspapers.

Below is the link to this resource.

Mexican Newspaper Archives Website Address:

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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 www.moisesgarza.com.

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  1. Thank you for your hard work in helping us rookies find our ancestors. I've been researching for about 5 years.

    My story is I was born as an "hija natural" in Mexicali, Baja in 1956. I never met my father, but through Ancestry have found some information on my grandparents, etc.

    In 1970-71, my mother showed me a picture of my father from a newspaper in Mexicali. He was pictured with some men in some sort of City Council meeting. As a teenager, I blew it off and have been looking for this picture and information since.
    His name was Juan Campa Lopez born in about 1919 and registered civilly 27 Feb 1920 in Saric, Sonora, His parents were Francisco Campa Mendevil , born in 1888 in Bancari, Sonora. His mother was Gertrudis Lopez Del Cid born in Altar, Sonora. She died in 1926 of spinal meningitis.

    Paternal randparents were Juan Campa and Jesus Mendivil. Maternal grandparents Gregorio Quijada Lopez and Sara/Sahara Villa del Cid.

    My mother met him in Mexicali in about 1955 and I heard he was already married. Can you please direct me to where I might find this picture from the newspaper or any other information as I hit a brick wall a long time ago.

    I appreciate any help you may be able to give me.

  2. Moises,

    I really appreciate all the work and effort you have undertaken for everyone. However, as they say, you can't have it all. I have used the link for the newspapers that you have provided. My specific interest was in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The interface is very user-friendly. The problem is once user results are provided each one I have for back to 70 years states it is restricted and will not view. It does say that if you come into the facility you may be able to view it. So I am certain that I am misunderstanding. Perhaps your further input will be helpful. Thanks, Betty

  3. Hi,
    Great work that you do. I'm interested in researching court events that occurred during 1972-1975 I only have a name of a defendant and victim. This occurred in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. Any suggestions?

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