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    1. [QUIROZ] invite to OurAcadianRoots & OurLouisianaRoots
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. On January 7th Ancestry/Rootsweb announced that beginning March 2nd, 2020, they will discontinue their Mail Lists functionality.  Upon receiving this notice Paul L. LeBlanc immediately began searching for another website that could accommodate the mailing list format he uses on Rootsweb.  After much research, he determined Google Groups was the best option.  So he has created two new public Google groups: “Our Acadian Roots” and “Our Louisiana Roots”, which between them will consolidate 77 Acadian and Cajun, 10 uniquely Louisiana, many French surname, and 32 Louisiana Parish Lists.  The new consolidated Genealogy research/discussion groups will focus not only on Acadian and Louisiana ancestors, but also on "All Early French in North America". Come visit the groups' new websites and take a look at the new format:!forum/ouracadianroots or!forum/ourlouisianaroots If you would then like join either or both of them, just click "Join group to post" located at the top left of the page. If any questions or problem joining contact Paul at [email protected] If you would like to create your own "OUR ______ ROOTS" Google Group for your family or Parish/County, contact me at [email protected] .  I may have some ideas to help you get started.  In addition, we may be able to add your new group to our new and expanding research family. For more information, Paul L LeBlanc at [email protected]

    02/28/2020 11:54:03
    1. first message
    2. Juan Carlos Fernández Campos
    3. Hi! There is any Quiroz outthere? I'm from Cuba, and we are a lot of Quiroz in here. regards Juan carlos.

    04/16/2005 04:13:07
    1. QUIROZ, Robert C (73)
    2. > QUIROZ, Robert C; 73; AZ; Tucson Citizen; 2002-2-4 > > Robert C. Quiroz died at the age of 73 in Arizona > recently. > > His obituary appeared in the Tucson Citizon on > February 4th of 2002. > > SOURCE: Obituary Daily Times: Volume 8 #231

    05/28/2002 09:57:10
    1. Buenos Aires
    2. astrid wandtke
    3. Hi folks, does anybody know more about the situation of the Mennonite church in Buenos Aires? I was wondering since I saw that someone is trying to find a Mennonite Church record that got lost in Buenos Aires. If you are interested: This is the page I read about it: I write this on this list because this list has a typical Mennonite name. I am sorry if it does not concern you. Astrid W _________________________________________________________________ Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at

    03/22/2002 11:59:16
    1. interesting website
    2. astrid wandtke
    3. Hi everyone, If your ancestors are from Westprussia/Poland or their names are Jan(t)zen or spelled similarly, Quiring, Bestvater, Sperling, Fröse, Siebert, Harms, Dau, Penner, van Riesen, Görtz or similarly or your ancestors are Mennonites, then this private website which I discovered recently might be interesting for you: (in German and in English) It also contains a genealogical webdirectory with some useful sources. Best wishes, Astrid Wandke _________________________________________________________________ Join the world’s largest e-mail service with MSN Hotmail.

    03/11/2002 06:23:52
    1. Domingo Quiroz and Maria Jesus Carmelo
    2. Loretta Mikolyski
    3. Hello list, My grgrandmother was Esperanza Quiroz daughter of Domingo Almada de Quiroz y Mora and Maria Jesus Carmelo. She married Francisco Loretto Garcia, son of Guadalupe Garcia and Guadalupe Robles, sometime in the late 1890's I believe in Caborca,Sonora, Mexico. I know I could go to Family History Center and look up records for that time in that place, but I don't read Spanish and it takes me forever to get through just one group of records. Esperanza gave birth to several children that did not grow to adulthood in Caborca Sonora and Ajo Arizona area. My grandmother, Guadalupe, and her sister, Frances Loretta Garcia were born in 1907 and 1910. Sometime between 1910 and 1922, Francisco died, and Esperanza married someone named Rivera. Does anyone have access to the microfilm for Caborca for marriages, births, and deaths who reads Spanish and can look up the records? The one microfilm I rented at FHC is still waiting for me to get back to. I found two baby girls, born in 1900 and 1901 to this couple. These daughters didn't grow to be very old. Then I have a picture of Esperanza and Francisco holding a naked baby boy. I haven't found the record for him. He didn't grow to be very old either. Don't know if he was born before these girls or after. If anyone has time and access and ability to look up any records I would surely be grateful. BTW my grandma was always told she was born in Ajo Arizona. But they have no record of her birth. Thank you, Loretta Lee _________________________________________________________________ Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at

    09/28/2001 07:07:59