1/9 George A Sanchez and Jesusita (kila) Evaro Sanchez

2/9 George A. Sanchez Paternal Grandparents

3/9 George A. Sanchez Maternal Grandparents

4/9 Kila Evaro Family History

5/9 Kila Evaro Family History

6/9 Kila Evaro Family History

7/9 Kila Evaro Family History

8/9 Kila Evaro Family History

9/9 Kila Evaro Family History

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Wedding photograph and 50th anniversary photograph of George A. Sanchez and Jesusita (Kila) Evaro Sanchez. Family photograph, (from left to right) of Clarissa, Georgie, Elva, Paul, Kila, George, Dotti, Dominic, Karl, and Felicia.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (2010 - 2019), Family and Friends

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George A. Sanchez grandfather, Felipe Sanchez, moved his family from Glencoe, New Mexico in Lincoln County to San Elizario, Texas in 1917. the Sanchez Family came to New Mexico with the Juan de Onate colonists in 1598.

Top left to right: Felipe Sanchez and Candelaria Padilla Wedding Picture; Candelaria, Antonio, Felipe, Cornelia, Paublita, and Sipio
Bottom: 50th Wedding Anniversary photograph, (top) Tomas and Isabelita Martinez, (bottom) Candelaria and Felipe Sanchez

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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The Gurule family descends from Jacque Grolet, a french soldier with La Salle in 1685 Texas. As Santiago Gurule married Elena Gallegos and they came to New Mexico with the de Vargas colonists in 1695.

Top, from left to right: Juan Gurule, Ramonsitya, Luisa Aragon; Calletano Gurule, Luista Lopez Gurule, Arturo, Santiago
Bottom, from left to right: Paulita Trujillo Gurule, Juan Pablo Gurule; George's grandfather, Juan Pablo Gurule buried his parents in Trujillo, NM

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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Kila's Evaro Family History : Alberto Evaro and Hilaria Gonzales, A Southern New Mexico Family History

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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The Formal letter asking for Hilaria Gonzales' hand in marriage to Alberto Evaro. Written by Mariano Evaro and his wife to Tomas Gonzales and his wife.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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The Formal letter asking for Hilaria Gonzales' hand in marriage to Alberto Evaro. Written by Mariano Evaro and his wife to Tomas Gonzales and his wife.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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Top, from left to right: Oldest Son Alberto, Father Mariano Evaro, and Mother Leocadia
Bottom, from left to right: Kila's maternal grandparents, Longina Roman and Tomas Gonzales

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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From left to right: Elana Evaro, Marcela Evaro, Incarnacion Avila, Hilaria Evaro, Alberto Evaro, Librado Levario

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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Kila Evaro Family History

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1990 - 1999), Family and Friends

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