Search for content in message boards

New Mexico Cordovas

New Mexico Cordovas

FrancesSegura (View posts)
Posted: 21 Apr 2000 10:09AM GMT
Edited: 27 Jun 2001 4:12AM GMT
Information about Antonio Cordova, bd. 1850,children roberta, Julian, Quirino, Donaciano, Paez, and Jesus, 1881. Jesus and his first wife Andrea Gurule, lived in Watrous in 1906, where their daughter Eusebia was born.


glcordova (View posts)
Posted: 19 Jun 2000 11:32AM GMT
Edited: 25 Apr 2004 9:26PM GMT
Do you know where Antonio was born? I have lots of CORDOVA family history for the Cordovas and their descendants who were in the area of Santa Cruz de la Canada, New Mexico and migrated from there. You can contact me directly at

Cordovas in New Mexico

FrancesSegura (View posts)
Posted: 19 Jun 2000 2:47PM GMT
Edited: 27 Jun 2001 4:12AM GMT
Thanks for your response. I do not know where Antonio Cordova was from origanilly. He lived in Watrous in 188o. I believe he lived in Cimmaron , N.M. in his later years. His daughter Eusebia, married Cirilio Segura and they both died in Pueblo , Colo. His other son, John Leo, also moved to Pueblo and died there. I would appreciate any information you may have that might tie into this family. Feel free to contact at my e mail address. FSegura


MLucio (View posts)
Posted: 13 Jul 2000 10:45PM GMT
I have family that live in NM and Colorado with the segura last name. I have lots of cousins that we are in touch with as well as the Cordova family. My cousin's father's name I believe was Rolando Segura. Our Cordova Family has a family book out that out lines the Cordova family and all it's members my mother's name appears in this book her name is Marilyn. I could get you more info if you would like

Segura family

Agnes Cordova (View posts)
Posted: 26 Jul 2000 4:43PM GMT
Trying to locate segura family members that lived in the santa rosa area. My grandmother was Paula Segura I belive she was married to a Pedro Segura, my mother was Josephine Segura they later moved to albuquerque. Have no other info. I have a cousin Johnny Segura but as far as we know he and I are the only realtives left of this family.

Cordova in Puerto Rico

Hector Cordova Sr (View posts)
Posted: 10 Sep 2000 12:05PM GMT
There is lots of info on Cordova history in NM and CO. From my research appears they migrated from Mexico to NM and then CO. Another branch of Cordovas went to South America. I'm interested in finding my own family tree that goes back to Cordovas in Puerto Rico, specifically Humacao, PR. My grandfathers name is Eusebio Cordova (deceased) married to Isabel Cuadra. In general, did the Cordovas settled in PR from Spain or did they migrate after living in Mexico or South America?

Cordovas in South America

Ray Cordova (View posts)
Posted: 12 Sep 2000 6:05AM GMT
My family came to California from NM and Chile. The SA branch went from Spain to Chile and I think also Argentina. From there they came to California in the 1860's. There already was family here from NM. They ( and I think we all) are somehow related to eachother.

Cordovas in America

Hector Cordova, Sr (View posts)
Posted: 12 Sep 2000 4:10PM GMT
Thanks for your response Ray. I'm also interested in finding out more about how the Cordovas branched out to Puerto Rico. My earliest reference dates back to 1752 and goes by the name of Don Luis de Cordova.

CORDOVA migration

glcordova (View posts)
Posted: 12 Sep 2000 9:21PM GMT
Edited: 25 Apr 2004 9:26PM GMT
Hello. Interestingly, my father's brother is also named HECTOR Cordova. I know that our Cordova branch of the Cordova tree migrated from Mexico up to northern New Mexico, and from there into southern Colorado. Regarding all of us Cordovas being related, I believe we certainly are -- my 84 year old father always tells "todos son primos y primas."

Keep me Posted

Hector Cordova Sr (View posts)
Posted: 13 Sep 2000 9:47AM GMT
Thanks for your reply Gloria. I agree with your father 100%, we are all related. You seem to have compiled a lot of great information especially for the rich heritage of Cordovas in North America. Keep me posted if you find anything on the Caribbean branch - very sketchy between Columbus times and the 1700's. My e-mail is
Muchas gracias,
per page

Find a board about a specific topic

© 1997-2014 |  Privacy |  Terms and Conditions