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Connection to : explorer Ibarra

Connection to : explorer Ibarra

Posted: 3 Dec 2000 7:14AM GMT
Edited: 10 Oct 2001 6:00PM GMT
Does anyone have info back to the Spanish explorer that came about the time of Cortez about 1560's? and was founder of Durango, and other places in Mexico. My G G G Grandfather was Juan Antonio Ibarra-Ybarra and was with first settlers of Pueblo de Los Angeles, from his third child Gil Maria Ybarra of Rincon de la Brea, Ca. Only have Juan Antonio mothers name of Maria Esteban Ybarra, Father ? Any help?? Thanks Max M. Wihlidal Stockton, Ca.

Ibarra or Ybarra

Posted: 23 Dec 2000 10:14PM GMT
Edited: 30 Aug 2001 3:59AM GMT
My greatgrandfather Jesus Ybarra was born in the pueblo of Sonoma, Ca.in 1855. His father, Jesus married Maria de los angeles. She was born in 1829. Her father Theodore Silvas of the Casa Blanca grant in Riverside county. Does any of these people fit your inquiry? I would love to find out more of this side of my family.

Ibarra or Ybarra

Posted: 24 Dec 2000 6:52AM GMT
Edited: 10 Oct 2001 6:00PM GMT
I received your message, and will have to check it out. Will be gone till the 3rd of Jan. My Jesus Ybarra was born on Rancho Rincon de la Brea, Walnut, Ca., His father, Gil Maria Ybarra, and his father Juan Antonio Y. Will write later. Max M. Wihlidal, Stockton, Ca. Where do you live?

Re: Ibarra or Ybarra

Posted: 7 Nov 2001 1:54AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 6 Dec 2001 12:10AM GMT
Surnames: YBARRA/ANGULO/BOJORQUEZ
On my YBARRA line it shows as follows: DOMINGA YBARRA... B-ABT. 1848, SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF. (San Salvador Church)....MARRIAGE(San Salvador Church)---JANUARY 18, 1869, SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA--(Spouse), FRANCISCO ANGULO...Child--MARIA CARMEN ANGULO, Baptized, July 17, 1870 @ San Gabriel Mission, SAN GABRIEL, CALIFORNIA Previous records show FRANCISCO ANGULO w/ CARMEN BOJORQUEZ (spouse) baptizing daughter MARIA CARMEN ANGULO in 1869 @ San Fernando church GUAYMAS, SONORA , MEXICO...any help?? would appreciate a little help if any of this rings a bell. MUCHAS GRACIAS!! Arturo

Re: Connection to : explorer Ibarra

Maria Ybarra Cortes (View posts)
Posted: 1 Jan 2002 3:09AM GMT
Classification: Query
Just might be me have alot of love for flamenco and history from spain. My Dad could of been one of his ancestors he always told me that we had of traditions and customs from Spain. Who knows???

Re: Ibarra or Ybarra

Posted: 3 Jun 2002 5:02AM GMT
Classification: Query
e-mail me ,,,,,,it seems as if maybe there might be a relation?gil ybarrawould have been my ggggreat generation........please e-mail me i can send u 3 pages of ybarra ancestory

Re: Ibarra or Ybarra

Posted: 10 Jul 2003 9:40PM GMT
Classification: Query
Doninga Ybarra's parents are Francisco "Frank" Ybarra and Dolores Acuna. I have that Doninga Ybarra married Angulo Francisco on 18 Jan 1869 in SanBernardino. Doninga's sister is Apolonia Ybarra. She married a Moya and later Valentine Salazar. Apolonia is my husbands ggg-grandmother. You can find the parents on the 1844 Mexican census for Los Angeles. I am looking for Apolonia's husband who was a Moya and lived in San Bernardino California. They had a Daughter Mary Francisca Moya who went by Frances and married Francisco "Frank" Velarde in 1900. Any info would helpful. Thanks

Re: Ibarra or Ybarra

Posted: 12 Jul 2003 4:29PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Aug 2003 6:25PM GMT
Dear Lynn, I received your message, and don't know any of the people. I don't have at this time a Dominga Y. or ApoloniaY. listed, but will continue to check to see if they are related to my Juan Antonio Y. born 1680 in Mazatlan Thanks for the info, and Maybe we still can help each other out. Max

Re: Ibarra or Ybarra

Posted: 22 Sep 2003 11:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Nov 2003 12:08AM GMT
Surnames: Ybarra
I also have Ybarra history. If you would I would love it if you would send me the history you have. If I have anything that you don't I would be really happy to send it to you.

Re: Ibarra or Ybarra

judy rodriguez (View posts)
Posted: 27 Sep 2003 5:22AM GMT
Classification: Query
Max -- I think my husband's line connects with yours. I have just recently started the research on this part of his family. He is related to Juan Antonio Ybarra through his son Gil Maria, grandson Jesus, great-granddaughter Celsa Nazaria (who went by the name of Sara Ida and married an Irish fellow George Weldon.) Sara is my husband's grandmother. Can you share any info on Juan Antonio -- parents, etc.? From what I have found so far this is a very interesting family!

Thanks for any info you can share.

Judy Rodriguez
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