Researching families of Losoya Texas and surrounding areas. Please keep in mind that this site is a work in progress. Keep checking back for new content. I have a lot of old photographs dating back to the 1880's. I recommend that you visit me in my home and look at them if you live in the area. I am a retired soldier who lives in San Antonio, Texas (God's Country) and have been doing genealogy since 1995. I know there will be many questions. Feel free to e-mail or call.
Leonicio (aka Dionicio) Martinez son of Ufredo Martinez and Isabel Herrera. He is buried at Mission Burial Park South. If anyone has a photo of Leonicio, Ufredo or Isabel to add to this post, please email us at email@example.com with… Read More »037 Dionicio Martinez Gravestone
This is a postcard the grandmother of Andrew Martinez, Esther Huron from Nicolasa Viagran. Well, my friend, I received your pleasing card with much pleasure. Well, you tell me that there is nothing new over there.… Read More »036 1901 Post Card Gallinas Texas Postmark
Alvino Pacheco was born about 1832-?? confederate soldier served with Company “B” Ragsdale Battalion Texas Cavalry. Fabian Sevastian Conde Pacheco born 02 Feb 1833-21 Feb 1918 confederate soldier served with Hobby’s Regiment 8th Texas Infantry. They are brothers, sons of… Read More »035 Pacheco Brothers
Confederate Pension application for Casimiro Casillas son of Jose Marcelo Casillas and Maria Luisa Peres. Casimiro states he enlisted in 1861, served with Captain Sam Ragsdale Company “A” Davidson Battalion Texas Calvary.
Widow’s (Sabina Salinas) Application for Confederate Pension for Blas Herrera Jr. service with the Medina Guards 30th Brigade Texas State Troops. Blas Jr. son of Blas Herrera Sr. and Maria Antonio Ruiz.
Confederate Soldier Francisco Esparza son of Gregorio Esparza and Maria Ana Salazar. Served in “A” Company Ragsdale Battalion. After the war, he was a Sheriff in Pima County Arizona.