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Dolores Huizar and Rosaleo Guerrero

Hi, I would like to add information to Huizar Descendant report for my second great grandmother.

Her name was Dolores Huizar (Also spelled Wiser, Wizer, Guiser, Huezer). She was born abt 1832 in Texas.

She was the daughter of Sefarino Huizar and Trinidad Garcia.

Census Records -
1850 - https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MXLJ-VVW This census Dolores and her brother (Juan) are living with Uncle Bruno and Grandmother Teodora. Dolores’s father Sefarino is also on the same Census page with his second wife and family.
1860 - https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MXF1-C6B Dolores and Rosaleo. Her Brother Juan is also on the same page. According to this census, they both owned property around Mission San Jose.

1853 - Her first marriage to Rosaleo Guerrero:
https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F6BZ-5X8

Children of Rosaleo Guerrero and Dolores Huizar:
Vincente Guerrero, b May 1854 - d 4 Aug 1854
Jose Guerrero, b abt 1856
Trinidad Guerrero, b 19 Mar 1858 - d 18 Sep 1915 (My GreatGrandMother)
Angela Guerrero, b 05 Dec 1861

Dolores and Rosaleo (and family) are mentioned in a 1995 UTSA Archeological Excavation report for Mission San Jose (Page 4):

http://car.utsa.edu/CARResearch/Publications/ASRFiles/201-300/ASR%20No.%20218.pdf

I am still researching and especially interested in finding more information on Rosaleo Guerrero. He seemed to disappear around the time of the US Civil War. Any assistance would be appreciated.

Regards,
James Sanchez

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