Lorenzo CUESTA ORTIZ was the son of Isabel ORTIZ and Juan CUESTA.
Isabel ORTIZ was the daughter of Francisco ORTIZ and Nasaria CAJERO.
Francisco ORTIZ and Nasaria CAJERO had 10 children:
French Intervention in México (1861-1867)
I. Those born in Nochistlan, Zac.
- Petronila (born 2jun1863)
- Isabel (born 6nov1865)
On 28apr1944, Isabel crossed into US stating that she had a sister, Juanita, back in La Leona, NL, Mexico; and that she was visiting her brother, Antonio, in Brownsville, Tx. (La Leona may be an old name for Cerralvo.)
- Dario (born 22dec1867)
II. Those born in Fresnillo, Zac.
- Juanita (born 1nov1871)
III. Those born in Rincon de Romos, Aguascalientes
- Ma. Pragedis (born 23jul1879)
IV. Those born in Monterrey, NL
- Teresa (born 1881)
- Tereso (born 30oct1883)
- Antonio: married Eva Leyraud; had 5 children: Antonio, Eva, Aurora(b:1911), Ofelia(b:1aug1916), Oralia(b:1919)
Cristero War (1926-1929)
Other Border Crossing references to these family members:
On 22jan1931, Lorenzo CUESTA ORTIZ crossed into the US at Brownsville, Tx stating that he had his mother, Isabel, in Brownsville, Tx; and an uncle, Jesus, in Monterrey, NL.
On 22dec1933, Lorenzo CUESTA ORTIZ crossed into the US at Eagle Pass, Tx stating that he had an aunt, Victoria, in Torreon, Coahuila.
On 24feb1941, Lorenzo CUESTA ORTIZ crossed into the US at Brownsville, Tx, stating that he had his mother, Isabel, in Laredo, Tx; and an aunt, Victoria, in Monterrey, NL.
Monterrey, NL is Northeast of this map on the way to Laredo, Tx.
The empty yellow square on this map indicates another important site related to the Cuesta family - Real de Angeles and Noria de Angeles, Zac.
Real del 14, San Luis Potosi is on the upper right hand corner of this map, just North of Charcas, SLP.