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I added the "Si usted entiende español" section as a test to: (1) invite those who understand Spanish to visit the Spanish wiki -which is still in a very basic stage-, (2) recruit contributors for the Spanish wiki and (3) start linking/syncing of contents between the English and Spanish wiki for the Spanish-Speaking country pages. According to the results, other languages might think in a similar approach. ([[User:GomezFJ|GomezFJ]])  
 
I added the "Si usted entiende español" section as a test to: (1) invite those who understand Spanish to visit the Spanish wiki -which is still in a very basic stage-, (2) recruit contributors for the Spanish wiki and (3) start linking/syncing of contents between the English and Spanish wiki for the Spanish-Speaking country pages. According to the results, other languages might think in a similar approach. ([[User:GomezFJ|GomezFJ]])  
  
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<br> {{helpme-helped}} The little text box to the left that has a link to expert help in Mexico research has a link that goes nowhere. The results page has zero results for Mexico. Should this be removed or is there something else available to link to?
  
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I have added in several places the learning center's page for Latin American Research. That should be a good help for those getting started.
  
The little text box to the left that has a link to expert help in Mexico research has a link that goes nowhere. The results page has zero results for Mexico. Should this be removed or is there something else available to link to?
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--[[User:Carolbmoss|Carol B. Moss]] 00:11, 29 December 2011 (UTC)
  
I have added in several places the learning center's page for Latin American Research. That should be a good help for those getting started.
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--[[User:Carolbmoss|Carol B. Moss]] 00:11, 29 December 2011 (UTC)
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The link to the learning center's page for Latin American Research added by Carol does not have any results on it.&nbsp; There is a learning center help page in Spanish on the Wiki.&nbsp;&nbsp;
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:It appears that problems noted on this page have been corrected. [[User:Averyld|averyld]] 16:48, 16 April 2013 (UTC)
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==OLD CONTENT==
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{{Click|Image:MexicoOGR.png|Mexico Online Genealogy Records}}
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[[Image:Mexico Orthographic Globe.svg.png|frame|right|200px|Mexico Orthographic Globe.svg.png]]
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== Featured Content  ==
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In 1568, Phillip II decreed that the Moors should abandon their names and adopt Spanish names. Thus, some Moorish names such as Ben-egas became Venegas.
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The additional four influences that played a part in the development of Spanish surnames were patronymic, occupational, descriptive or nickname, and geographical (estates, manors, and dominions) terms. [[Mexico Names, Personal|Read more...]]
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== Did You Know  ==
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Land records are primarily used to learn where an individual lived and when he or she lived there. They often reveal other information, such as the name of a spouse, heir, other relatives, or neighbors. You may learn where a person lived previously, his or her occupation, and other clues for further research. [[Mexico Land and Property|Read more...]]

Latest revision as of 21:03, 21 March 2016

I added the "Si usted entiende español" section as a test to: (1) invite those who understand Spanish to visit the Spanish wiki -which is still in a very basic stage-, (2) recruit contributors for the Spanish wiki and (3) start linking/syncing of contents between the English and Spanish wiki for the Spanish-Speaking country pages. According to the results, other languages might think in a similar approach. (GomezFJ)


The little text box to the left that has a link to expert help in Mexico research has a link that goes nowhere. The results page has zero results for Mexico. Should this be removed or is there something else available to link to?

I have added in several places the learning center's page for Latin American Research. That should be a good help for those getting started.

--Carol B. Moss 00:11, 29 December 2011 (UTC)


The link to the learning center's page for Latin American Research added by Carol does not have any results on it.  There is a learning center help page in Spanish on the Wiki.  

Featured Article Committee

It appears that problems noted on this page have been corrected. averyld 16:48, 16 April 2013 (UTC)


OLD CONTENT

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Mexico Orthographic Globe.svg.png


Featured Content

In 1568, Phillip II decreed that the Moors should abandon their names and adopt Spanish names. Thus, some Moorish names such as Ben-egas became Venegas.

The additional four influences that played a part in the development of Spanish surnames were patronymic, occupational, descriptive or nickname, and geographical (estates, manors, and dominions) terms. Read more...

Did You Know

Land records are primarily used to learn where an individual lived and when he or she lived there. They often reveal other information, such as the name of a spouse, heir, other relatives, or neighbors. You may learn where a person lived previously, his or her occupation, and other clues for further research. Read more...