Professional genealogist Arturo Cuellar has been a speaker in the past for the We Are Cousins Virtual Genealogy Conference. In this post you can read more about him and his presentation.
About Arturo Cuellar
Born and raised in Mexico, Arturo is a genealogical researcher with more than 30 years of research experience. Arturo is an Accredited Genealogist (A.G.®) in Mexico. He works at the Family History Library as a Latin America Research Specialist since 2010.
Past and Archived Presentations
NOTE: The following presentations can only be viewed for 60 days after each conference if you purchase the Gold Pass. Or all year if you purchase the Platinum Pass.
Title: The Guerra Family's Journey in a New Land (presented at the 4th WAC Conference)
Summary: This presentation examines the life of Casimiro Guerra and his descendants. Particular attention is paid to the different kinds of records, territorial boundaries, and his ancestors from Mexico. Watch Presentation
Title: Marriage Dispensations (presented at the 2nd WAC Conference)
Summary: Marriage dispensations help us solve brick walls, recognize family relationships, and identify our ancestors in the absence of other documents such as christenings, marriages, and burials. In this class we will learn about the different kind of marriage dispensations and its application in our genealogical research. Watch Presentation
Title: Hispanic Research Methodology (presented at the 1st WAC Conference)
Summary: The objective of this class is to teach basic Hispanic research methodology. We will focus on research tips and tactics and analyzing records to glean genealogical information from them. We will demonstrate this research methodology using a case study from Mexico. Watch Presentation
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I am about to embark on my Maternal Linage Voyage from Spain to Saltillo Coahuila and Monterrey Nuevo León to Boarder Crossings into Texas. I just received the Book on Trevino’s in Monterrey Mexico.
Looking fot Grandma she was Maria de Jesus either Gutierrez or Garcia or Cadena. My Father Pafnucio Cadena 9/30/1898 Hermosillo Sonora.