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What is Los Bexarenos

What is Los Bexareños Genealogical Society?

Los Bexareños is an organization dedicated to Hispanic history and ancestral research.  The Society promotes public interest in history and genealogy through outreach and educational programs.  Members of the society consist of individuals from a variety of occupations and life pursuits (i.e. retirees, housewives, doctors, accountants and professional genealogists).  The main activity of the Society is family ancestral research.  Research that includes not only the family lineage,  but also the family history and how our ancestors responded to national forces and events.  How it was that we, their descendents find ourselves in this time and place.  How decisions made long ago affected our present lives and in many cases directly account for our existence.

Our address:

P.O. Box 1935, San Antonio, TX 78297

Our Governing Documents:
Bylaws
Policies and Procedures
Strategic Plan

The 2013 Los Bexareños Genealogical and Historical Society Tax Return.
The 2013 Tax Return has be completed and submitted. You may obtain a copy of the 2013 Tax Return by written request to Los Bexareños Genealogical and Historical Society, P.O. Box 1935, San Antonio, TX 78297.


Note:
In November, 2009, the Society rented a building on the campus of Holy Rosary Parish to house our Library. The Parish is located at 159 Camino Santa Maria just north of Culebra Rd. The Library is manned by volunteers on Saturdays, except the 1st Saturday of the month. The hours are 10:00am to 2:00pm. There is no charge to use the Library and one need not be a member of the Society. Map and directions

Help for the beginning genealogists.

The Society assists individuals in getting started with genealogical research through beginner's workshops.  Beginners also receive assistance from the more experienced members of the Society.

Contact one of the following individuals by email or phone to schedule an appointment:

Dennis Moreno             210-647-5607            dennis.moreno@sbcglobal.net
Yolanda Patino             210-434-3530            patinogil@sbcglobal.net
 

Download a copy of  "A Guide to Beginning Hispanic Genealogy"
Guia para el uso de presonas de habla espanol (Spanish Version of the Guide)