Genealogy

Mom’s Shared Ancestor Hints and NADs

Because I should probably write something every once in a while.

She has 11 Shared Ancestor Hints:

  • Two share Candelario Garza Martinez and Felicitas Cantú
    • Candelario Garza Martinez born about 1834 in Santiago, Nuevo León, Mexico to Froilan de la Garza and Rita Martinez
    • We don’t know when or where Felicitas Cantú was born, but the couple ended up in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico as seen on my ancestor Francisca Garza’s baptism record.
    • One match is a known cousin, the other through the couple’s daughter, Candelaria Garza.
  • Three share Maria Guadalupe Martín, and only Maria Guadalupe Martín because each is listed with a different husband and children.
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In our tree: This is from the book New Mexico Marriages, Santa Fe, St. Francis Church/Cathedral January 1858 to October 1889 published by the Hispanic Genealogical Research Center of New Mexico 2002.  It shows Manuel Urioste’s wife Maria Guadalupe Martín has died so he goes on to marry Maria Felipe Montoya.  Manuel Urioste and Maria Guadalupe Martín’s sons Feliz Urioste and Aniceto Urioste were the witnesses.

New Mexico Marriages, Santa Fe, St. Francis Church/Cathedral January 1858 to October 1889 a publication by the Hispanic Genealogical Research Center of New Mexico 2002.

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My son and I in front of St. Francis Cathedral in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 2016
  • FINALLY one descendant of William Brummet and Sarah Evans through their daughter Susan Frances Brummitt.
    • Susan Frances Brummitt was born 1836 in Grundy County, Missouri and married John William Karr in 1857.
  • Two share Juan Ygnacio Armijo and Maria Eulalia Sandoval
    • We don’t know where Juan Ygnacio Armijo or Maria Eulalia Sandoval were born, but their son (our ancestor) Ruperto Armijo was born in 1826 in Pena Blanca, Sandoval County, New Mexico.
    • One match is through their son Antonio Armijo born about 1834, the other is through their daughter Maria Estefanita Armijo born about 1822.
  • The last three have private trees so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Mom is up to three New Ancestor Discoveries who I thought maybe could bee in-laws but so far I haven’t been able to place them.

  • Richard Scott and Rebecca Ann Cooper
    • Richard Scott was born in 1807 in Virginia.
    • He married Rebecca Ann Cooper in Virginia 1838.
  • James Harris born about 1811 in Bedford County, Virginia [ Virginia, Deaths and Burials Index, 1853-1917 on Ancestry]

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Genealogy

William Brummett and Sarah Evans: Where were they from?

Some say North Carolina, others say Virginia.  One record even says Missouri.  I’m not sure which to choose.  The Livingston County, Missouri 1850 census says William Brumet was from Virginia and Sarah Evans was from North Carolina.

This Family Group Sheet (I know, I know) says William Brummitt was from North Carolina OR Virginia.
This Family Group Sheet (I know, I know) says William Brummitt was from North Carolina OR Virginia.
William Brummitt from Virginia, Sarah Evans from North Carolina.
William Brummitt from Virginia, Sarah Evans from North Carolina.
John Brummett's death certificate just straight up says doesn't know. I'm not even sure why I'm sharing this here.
John Brummett’s death certificate just straight up says doesn’t know. I’m not even sure why I’m sharing this here.
Susan Francis Karr's death certificate says (William) Henry Brummett was from North Carolina and Sarah Evans was from Hickory Creek, Missouri. But is that Hickory Creek, Grundy County, Missouri? Or Hickory Creek, Newton County, Missouri? I guess the latter might be newer? Not sure, I'm from AZ.
Susan Francis Karr’s death certificate says (William) Henry Brummett was from North Carolina and Sarah Evans was from Hickory Creek, Missouri. But is that Hickory Creek, Grundy County, Missouri? Or Hickory Creek, Newton County, Missouri? I guess the latter might be newer? Not sure, I’m from AZ.