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Isabel ORTIZ was the daughter of Francisco ORTIZ and Nasaria CAJERO.
Francisco ORTIZ and Nasaria CAJERO had 10 children:
French Intervention in México (1861-1867)
I. Those born in Nochistlan, Zac.
- Petronila (born 2jun1863)
- Isabel (born 6nov1865)
On 28apr1944, Isabel crossed into US stating that she had a sister, Juanita, back in La Leona, NL, Mexico; and that she was visiting her brother, Antonio, in Brownsville, Tx. (La Leona may be an old name for Cerralvo.)
- Dario (born 22dec1867)
II. Those born in Fresnillo, Zac.
- Juanita (born 1nov1871)
III. Those born in Rincon de Romos, Aguascalientes
- Ma. Pragedis (born 23jul1879)
IV. Those born in Monterrey, NL
- Teresa (born 1881)
- Tereso (born 30oct1883)
- Antonio: married Eva Leyraud; had 5 children: Antonio, Eva, Aurora(b:1911), Ofelia(b:1aug1916), Oralia(b:1919)
Cristero War (1926-1929)
Other Border Crossing references to these family members:
- On 22jan1931, Lorenzo CUESTA ORTIZ crossed into the US at Brownsville, Tx stating that he had his mother, Isabel, in Brownsville, Tx; and an uncle, Jesus, in Monterrey, NL.
- On 22dec1933, Lorenzo CUESTA ORTIZ crossed into the US at Eagle Pass, Tx stating that he had an aunt, Victoria, in Torreon, Coahuila.
- On 24feb1941, Lorenzo CUESTA ORTIZ crossed into the US at Brownsville, Tx, stating that he had his mother, Isabel, in Laredo, Tx; and an aunt, Victoria, in Monterrey, NL.
The empty yellow square on this map indicates another important site related to the Cuesta family – Real de Angeles and Noria de Angeles, Zac.
Real del 14, San Luis Potosi is on the upper right hand corner of this map, just North of Charcas, SLP.