That is called Persistence! And just so you know, you have relatives in Texas, New York, Florida, and that is only the ones that I know of.
Please do send me (by e-mail) his name and contact information, I know my dad would be very happy to talk to family! And you just mentioned about Miguel. My dad told me that him and Miguel were very close, and that probably was because he was the only male child of Onofre and Miguel was the only male child of Juan. He even mentioned that they would whistle in this particular way so that they knew when they were near. My dad even told me of a day when Miguel got punished for something. He also mentioned to me that Miguel became mentally ill and that someone had told him Miguel had died at a young age. Those were the days when if a relative moved to a different city, it was too difficult to see them again. The trip from Santa Rosa to San Pedro Sula that now takes about five hours would then take about a week.
I didn't tell you this before... back in '88 we moved to Santa Rosa de Copan and lived there for about a year. My dad says during that time he asked someone from Santa Rosa, Copan about one of Juana's sisters and that person (I don't know who that was) told my dad that she was still living there, but my dad was never able to find her.
You know? We've been living very close and we just didn't know it! Besides living in NY we also lived in MD for quite some time, and when my parents were planning on moving to a different state, they went to visit some friends in NC! Can you believe that!? They finally decided to move to the Houston area.
The family tree, it's only a little thing that I did in Word, nothing fancy. I actually e-mailed it to the e-mail address that is appears with your username (a gmail.com address). Let me know whether that works or not, and if not, let me know where I can e-mail it.
My dad's name is Francisco (not sure if they called him Pancho or Panchito, which is what my dad's sisters call him sometimes, ha ha).
Please let me know if you received my e-mail at that gmail account; that way you can reply with your uncle's name and contact info.
You know? It's really not that difficult to find other relatives that came after Bonifacio Galvan and Remigia Jordan. I think the difficulty lies in finding the ones before them (their parents, their parents' parents, etc.) Hopefully some day you, or someone, find that information and share it with all of us. It would be nice to know what they used to do, who they were, etc.