Learn how to push your research back using records that you may not be accustomed to. Henrietta Christmas gives you insight into using Hispanic records as part of the TxSGS 2018 Virtual Conference, February 9-10.
1:30 – 2:30 p.m. CT, Friday, February 9
Using Hispanic Genealogy to Find Your Non-Hispanic Ancestor
Are you a descendant of a cross-cultural marriage? Did your ancestor marry a Hispanic? Looking at various records and how you can push your research back working with records you may not be accustomed to.
Henrietta Martinez Christmas, a native New Mexican and a well-known genealogical and historical researcher, descends from eleven of the soldiers that came with Oñate in 1598. She has written several books which relate to New Mexico’s small towns and history and over 140 articles mostly about New Mexico’s Colonial Families.
Her latest award winning book ‘Genealogy Checklist’ was published in 2016. She is a long-time member and the current President of New Mexico Genealogical Society.
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