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This is so interesting! Thanks for sharing.

You're welcome. I'm glad you found the blog interesting.

Mis hijos tienen el apellido de mi esposo y el mío, los dos le damos identidad a cada uno. Me encanta leerte Nicolás.

¡Muy bien! Gracias por leer el artículo. Un saludo.

Excellent blog post! Thanks so much for explaining it so clearly and for emphasizing the information that the two surnames can provide for genealogical research. I will share it with colleagues at the library where I work.

You're welcome. I'm happy to hear that the information will be useful.

Thank you, very thorough and well explained. It now makes sense to see the paternal last names for females in my family in Actas de Nacimiento, Defuncion, y Matrimonio.

You're welcome. I hope this helps you in future research.

My kids have the two last names too. And to make sure my last name is always used I hyphenated their last names. Often the paternal last name ends in middle name if the child does not have one. A hyphen fixed this, but it does open a different challenge... ni modo.

Pleased to read this article, after sourcing the "Descendants of Lorenzo Velasco and Josefa de Palavis" document for Family History research; It was written and compiled by
LaDeane, Miller, April 2002, submitted as part of your "Families of Mexico" Digital Collections. Certainly will share this most helpful information.

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