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Updated: Dec 8, 2020


A new feature on the GSHA website is this blog where our members can add stories of genealogical interest, photos, maps, and tidbits that other GSHA members, and the public, would enjoy reading.


Our GSHA Chapter Representatives will be asking their respective chapter members for stories and photos. The Reps will give them to the secretary, Lynda (Sena) Kouba, to publish here. You can also send them straight to her if you like at gsha.secretary@gmail.com


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So lets hear from you.

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Dear Panes followers: We would like all of you to know that we appreciate your support, your phone calls, your emails, and your encouraging input. We love it when you read our posts and use the information we provide. We especially love it when you lead us to others who have similar interests in Hispanic research and are willing to post their work on our site. We have created a platform for all to use who have information to share. Please read on to see what is currently happening at Panes.info. If your current research centers around Chihuahua, it may behoove you to check out the towns that have been recently added over the past six months. The information available includes census information that Sylvia Fernandez Magdalena has been transcribing, a very time-consuming and exhaustive task. We continue to appreciate her work. Also, our Spanish Inquisition project (Mexico City, Mexico) is still ongoing and we are posting as soon as we finish each document. These files are housed at the Archivo General de la Nación in Mexico City and have been previously microfilmed by FamilySearch however, they haven't been indexed. We have hired under contract, workers whose task is to transcribe a description of each document and make a catalog of the names that appear. That first contract has expired due to budget constraints and we are currently negotiating a new contract. Our task at Panes is to make all the names on our site searchable, a very long process. You may have noticed we have added a search function to our home page. If anyone is interested in helping us, please let us know. Lastly, we are excited to announce that we have posted Los Registros de los Archivos Parroquiales del Real de San Matías de Sierra de Pinos (now knowns as Pinos), Zacatecas, Años 1613-1647. We want to express our appreciation to Manny Díez Hermosillo who has transcribed these records. We have in the works more information to be added during this new year, 2021, and look forward to a great year. We'll keep you posted.

Carlos & Nancy

Queremos que todos de ustedes sepan que estemos muy agradecidos por su apoyo, sus llamadas, sus mensajes de correo electrónico, y por sus palabras que nos animan. Nos brindan muchos sentimientos de gozo cuando leen nuestras publicaciones y usan la información en el sitio web de Panes. Especialmente nos hace muy contentos cuando nos guían a otros que tienen intereses similares en las investigaciones genealógicas Hispánicas y quieren compartir y publicar sus obras en nuestro sitio. Hemos creado una plataforma en línea donde todos pueden compartir su información. Continúe leyendo y averiguar lo que está pasando en Panes.info. Hemos agregado varios censos en el estado de Chihuahua gracias a Sylvia Fernández Magdalena que está transcribiendo la información. Puede ser una exhaustiva labor y siempre estamos muy agradecidos por su trabajo. Además, nuestro proyecto, Spanish Inquisition (Mexico City, Mexico) continúa todavía y estamos publicando la información tan pronto como terminamos cada documento. Estos documentos están conservados en el Archivo General de la Nación en Mexico City y se han microfilmados por FamilySearch, sin embargo, no se han indexados. Hemos empleado bajo contrato, obradores que están transcribiendo una descripción de cada documento y haciendo un catálogo de los nombres que aparecen. Ese primer contrato ya ha expirado debido a limitaciones presupuestarias y estamos negociando actualmente una nueva contrato. Nuestra labor es hacer todos los nombres en nuestro sitio consultables, un proceso muy largo. En la página de iniciar, hemos añadido una función de buscar. Los invitamos a ayudarnos en esta labor. Por último, estamos muy emocionados anunciar que hemos publicado Los Registros de los Archivos Parroquiales del Real de San Matías de Sierra de Pinos (que se llama ya, Pinos) Zacatecas, Años 1613-1647. Le apreciamos a Manny Diez Hermosillo quien ha transcrito estos documentos. Tenemos aun más información para agregar durante el año 2021 y esperamos un buen año.

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Welcome to the GSHA Blog. This is for YOU to share your genealogy news. Essentially an ongoing newsletter. Share your stories and  photos. You can send them directly to the GSHA Secretary, Linda Kouba.

For details see this file:

Story Requirements

Membership Info

You have four choices to become a GSHA member. You can belong to a Chapter of the GSHA:

  1. Fray Angelico Chavez Chapter (FACC), Pueblo, CO

  2. Southern California Chapter, Santa Fe Springs, CA (SoCa)

  3. Utah Chapter, Salt Lake City, UT

  4. Member at Large

 

Choice the one that is best for you. Membership with the closest chapter will allow you to attend General Meetings and Presentations without travelling to far.

 

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