Doing research on the following family names: GARRIGA, DABAN,
GINORIO, VISCAL, URRUTIA, CAMPOY, ACEVEDO, CASTANERA, NUALART,
TORRO, GALAN, ROMAN, ROJAS, NOGUERA, CORES, DE LARA, SANTOS, CANTO, SANDOVAL, ALAYON, PREITO,and others. My family is primarily from Puerto Rico, but branches exist in Cuba, Mexico, the US, and perhaps other places in Latin America and Spain.
We have family book that traces the Garriga and Cores family back to the 700's AD with the invasion of the Moors into Spain; and covers the Garriga, Acevedo, Jimenez, Daban, Cores, and Campoy branches that include the family history along with the certified coats of arms of each relative branch.
We are searching for family in Spain especially with names in the following areas:
CORES and GARRIGA : Galicia - Pontevedra, Villajuan, Villagarcia.
DABAN & URRUTIA: Guipuzcoa, San Sebastian, Spain (descendents in
Cuba, Puerto Rico, Spain & other?
ACEVEDO:Placencia, Province of Caceres, Spain - from the familyof the Counts of Benevent, Fuentes, and Monterey.
CAMPOY:Of Tarifa, Province of Cadiz, Spain
URRUTIA:From Dr. Bernardo de Urrutia y Matos in Cuba, son ofDon Jose de Urrutia y Ruiz de Aguilar,married to
Felipe Montoya - their daughter - Catalina Urrutia yMontoya.
Any family in Spain, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Mexico, etc descended from:
1.Francisco de Paula Garriga de Acevedo y Daban Cores - family
in Galicia, Puerto Rico, Cuba, etc. died in Galicia,
2.Manuel Jacinto de Acevedo y Galan - died in 1823 in San Luis
de Potosi, Mexico. (Intendente & Corregidor 1790+)
3.Gregorio de Cores m: to Maria de Canto in the late 1600's in
Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain.
4.Juan Daban - born 1652 - San Sebastian, Guipuzcoa, Spain
descendents on both Puerto Rico & Cuba
5.Gaspar Busterino - born 1650's San Sebastian, Guipuzcoa,Spain
Have submitted the family tree to the FTM World Family Tree project. The tree has over 400 names including the names noted
Also, have considerable information on the Ginorio Family of Puerto Rico - that traces back to the late 1700's. Branches in Areceibo, Humacao, and San Juan, Puerto Rico and numerous groups that have moved to the US.
Look forward to any inquiries or information.