35 episodes

Moises Garza from the We Are Cousins Blog reveals all of his research strategies and resources, killer tips and tricks that can help you get ahead in breaking brick walls and finding your American and Mexican ancestors. Discover your passion for Genealogy specially South Texas and Northeastern Mexico Genealogy. Although Moises confesses that he is not a professional genealogist his love for his genealogical passion is evident, has been in a quest to uncover his ancestors since 1998 and is very knowledgeable. Moises has even conducted research for PBS's Finding Your Roots.

The We Are Cousins Podcast: South Texas and Northeastern Mexico Genealogy Moises Garza: Mexican Genealogy Blogger and Researcher

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    • 4.4 • 8 Ratings

Moises Garza from the We Are Cousins Blog reveals all of his research strategies and resources, killer tips and tricks that can help you get ahead in breaking brick walls and finding your American and Mexican ancestors. Discover your passion for Genealogy specially South Texas and Northeastern Mexico Genealogy. Although Moises confesses that he is not a professional genealogist his love for his genealogical passion is evident, has been in a quest to uncover his ancestors since 1998 and is very knowledgeable. Moises has even conducted research for PBS's Finding Your Roots.

    Los de Leon del Noreste de Mexico

    Los de Leon del Noreste de Mexico

    In this episode, Welester Alvarado and I talk to Juan Jesus de Leon about his research on the De Leon of Northeastern Mexico. We also discuss how he got started in genealogy and talk about his Facebook group for anyone researching De Leon families. Play Podcast (Audio): or Watch on YouTube The De Leon Facebook […]

    • 30 min
    WAC-034: San Antonio Marriages 1703-1846

    WAC-034: San Antonio Marriages 1703-1846

    In this episode, Welester Alvarado and I talk to Art Martinez de Vara about his book “San Antonio Marriages 1703-1846: Matrimony in Colonial, Mexican, and Republican Texas”. Art Martinez de Vara is an author and attorney in San Antonio Texas. He has a passion for genealogy and history. Play Podcast (Audio): or Watch on YouTube […]

    • 56 min
    WAC-033: San Juan Bautista del Rio Grande

    WAC-033: San Juan Bautista del Rio Grande

    In this episode, Welester Alvarado and I talk to Maria Elena Laborde about her roots in San Juan Bautista del Rio Grande. Maria Elena is an author and professor in Mexico City. She has a love for genealogy and a passion for history. Play Podcast (Audio): or Watch on YouTube How to Follow Our Podcast […]

    • 56 min
    WAC-032: The Martinez of Northeastern Mexico

    WAC-032: The Martinez of Northeastern Mexico

    In this episode, The Martinez of Northeastern Mexico, Welester Alvartado and I talk to Roberto Herrera Ritte about his Martinez research. He is the author of the book El Diezmero de Reynosa: Don Vicente Lopez de Herrera he is an honorary member of Las Villas del Norte and past president of the Associacion de Genealogia […]

    • 1 hr 4 min
    WAC-031: Cronista e Historiador Carlos Gonzalez Rodriguez

    WAC-031: Cronista e Historiador Carlos Gonzalez Rodriguez

    In this episode, Cronista e Historiador Carlos Gonzalez Rodriguez, Moises Garza, and Welester Alvarado talk with Carlos Gonzalez the Cronista and Historian for San Pedro Garza Garcia. Among many things, you will learn about the role Cronistas play in discovering and preserving history. We also learned how genealogy plays a vital role. Play Podcast (Audio): […]

    • 57 min
    WAC-030: Genealogy Resources for Santiago, Nuevo Leon

    WAC-030: Genealogy Resources for Santiago, Nuevo Leon

    In this episode, Genealogy Resources for Santiago, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Moises Garza and Welester Alvarado will talk about online genealogy resources, eBooks, and physicals books to help you find your ancestors.  They also talk about Welester’s metal detecting finds and arrowheads. Play Podcast (Audio): or Watch on YouTube How to Follow Our Podcast Don’t forget […]

    • 1 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Mattandkayandlulu ,

Wow!!

My grandmother was a Garza who married a Guerra. Listening to this podcast after doing the AncestryDNA has been really awesome. I’m in the process of learning about the Tamaulipas and the Nuevo León region. Can’t wait to discover more about the Native American ancestry tied into the region as well. Thanks for the awesome work

Tejana Librarian ,

Keeping up with my Tejana roots all the way in Maryland

I started getting into genealogy about 2 years ago. I don't remember how I stumbled across the "We Are Cousins" blog, but I am glad I stumbled upon it. Moises has started to accompany his blog by adding podcasts. His introductory music theme had me hooked from the beginning. He lays out in his podcast what he is going to discuss and sticks to it. I only listen to two podcasts (We Are Cousins and another podcast) and take turns listening to the podcasts when I get ready for work in the morning. Make sure to subscribe to his blog newsletter and become a member of the We Are Cousins Facebook group too!

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