MIRANDA SURNAME INDEX
In August, 1997 we went to the 3rd Annual Reunion of the Miranda Famly that was held in San Deigo, California there was about 150 relatives in attendance. We meant many new cousins and found a connection to the Texas Miranda. My husbands ancestor settled in Arizona. I meant another researcher and she was a co-editor to another published work of the Miranda Family it was called: "Our Book" MIRANDA, by Lidia M. Hernandez and Norma M. Varela, and was published by Bay Area Publications, September 1989. If you go to the LDS Library in your area you can order this book.
Francisco & Dolores ( ) Miranda came from Baviacora, Sonora, Mexico. They had issue: Francisco who settle in Texas and Jesus, who settled in Arizona.
AGUILAR, ANDRADE, BALBUENO, BARINGER, BARRAGAN, BECK, BISHOP, CABALLERO, CABREARA, CAREY, CERECERES, CHILD, CLAYTON, CRUZ, DOMINQUEZ, ESPENOSA, GALINDO, GARCIA, GONZALES, GURRIERE, JAHNKE, JONES, JOROMAT, LECHUGA, LERMA, LOPEZ, LOYVA, LOZANO, LUNA, MARTINEZ, MEDINA, MENDOZA, MIRANDA, MONTANO, MURRO, PANGBORN, PENA, PEREZ, POSTMA, QUIROZ, RAMARIZ, RAYNER, REGO, RENTERIA, REYES, RIVERA, ROBINSON, RODRIQUEZ, SANCHEZ, SCOTT, SELLERS, SENA, STOCKDALE, STORRS, STOCKDALE, TABER, TALLABAS, TERRILL, VAN BUREN, VEGA, VERDUGO, VIGIL, VILLARREAL.
Updated: November 27, 2009
Maintained by Gail Joromat, @1999-2009