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The Sanchez to Salazar Connection

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Kristy Guerra is a direct descendant of (Maria de Jesus) "Susie" Sanchez de Salazar y Guerra y Montalvo (1923-2008) and (Maria de Jesus) "Jesusa" Salazar de (Perez) Cisneros y Rodriguez) (1894-1956)

The Sanchez to Salazar Connection

(Maria de Jesus) "Susie" Sanchez (1923-2008) and her eldest sister (Maria Donaciana) "Mary" Sanchez de Salazar y Brasher (1915-2006) were interviewed throughout their lives many times in regard to family history. "Susie" Sanchez (1923-2008) stated on several occasions that her family's surname came from Spain and that there was some "French blood" from southern France as well as Indigenous Native Americans. The two sisters stated throughout their lives that their father, Fabian Sanchez de Sandoval was born in 1894 in Lockhart (or Luling) in Caldwell County, Texas and that their mother (Maria de Jesus) "Jesusa" Salazar de (Perez) Cisneros y Rodriguez) (1894-1956) was born in San Antonio, Texas. Their parents married in Lockhart, Caldwell County, Texas in 1914.

The Salazar to (Perez) Cisneros Rodriguez Connection

Mary and Susie said that their maternal Grandfather was Pantaleon Salazar and he married Maria Donaciana Cisneros and that they came from Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. Research has proven that Donaciana's last place of residence before emigrating to Texas was Monterrey but she was not born in Monterrey. Pantaleon and Donaciana were married in Webb County, Texas. Donaciana was a daughter of Maria Eligia Rodriguez and Teodoro (Teodocio) (Perez) Cisneros. Teodocio used his mother's surname of Cisneros, hence, the parentheses around Perez. Susie confirmed on more than one occasion that Perez was a surname in her family as well as Torices (Torres) from Spain. It through the Teodocio that this family has been traced to Spain to the 1500s.

The Sanchez to Sandoval Connection (Brick Walls)

The Sanchez sisters stated that their Grandfather, Guillermo Sanchez, was born in Mexico and came to the United States through either Laredo or Eagle Pass. Furthermore, their Grandfather's family came from Nuevo Leon. Mary and Susie always stated that they were 3rd generation Tejano but never stated from which side of their family. Guillermo Sanchez (1861-c.1936) married Julia Sandoval. Julia Sandoval was born in Prairie Lea, Texas.


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Research Sources

Inclan, John. Blas de la Garza Falcon Descendancy Report
Inclan, John D. Research Table of Contents for founding families of Northern Mexico
Inclan, John D. Pedro de la Garza Descendant Report
Inclan, John D., Tremino y Quintanilla Descendant Report
sologenealogia.com Pasajeros Index
Rio Grande Valley Genealogical Society
Guadaljara Dispensas Marriage Records 1600-1699, 1700-1799, 1800-1899, Nueva Galicia, Guadalajara and Jalisco


(Maria de Jesus) "Susie" Sanchez (1923-2008) and her eldest sister (Maria Donaciana) "Mary" Sanchez de Salazar y Brasher (1915-2006)

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