Hispanic Genealogy Talk is a podcast that will encourage others who are looking for their Hispanic ancestors. The episodes will include book recommendations, articles, History, interviews with Hispanic genealogists and others who have tips for the subscribers to help them on their journey of discovery.
In this episode Cynthia Anne, will share a short introduction/dramatization on the book she is writing about her great grandmother’s life in Sonora Mexico. Circa 1860. This introduction will be the first in a series of docudrama podcasts that will be published on the accounts of Maclovia Flores’s life.
Host Cynthia Anne discusses with Dr. Aaron C. Taylor, Ph.D., President of Taylor Translation Services, the important work of transcribing Old World Spanish documents and how his work can spark the discovery of your ancestors.
The host Cynthia Anne will discuss with author Dave Gutierrez, his latest book entitled, “Patriots from the Barrio” The true story of Company E 141st Infantry: the only all Mexican American Army unit in WWII.
In this episode, I will be talking to the president of The Genealogy Society of Hispanic America-SoCal chapter, Lenny Trujillo. We will discuss the ways a chapter membership can benefit those looking for their Hispanic ancestors. Lenny will share with Hispanic Genealogy Talk his personal journey of discovery.