PrimitivoCardenas-MexicoCensus

This is one of the first 1930 Mexican Census records that I came across. I am not sure if this Primitivo Cardenas is my relative or not. My paternal great-grandfather has this name but the ages just don’t add up. But I wanted to share this information with others, here are the names on this census page:

Name (Age in Years)

House #14, my ancestors(?) household
– Primitivo Cardenas (28)
– Maria Rivas (25)
– Luis Ornelas (14)
– Felisitas Cardenas (4)
– Ramon Cardenas (1)

House #4
– Savino Calderon (48)
– Catarina Gutierrez (60)

House #6
– Felicitas Ortiz (43)
– MA Jesus Gutierrez (28)
– Inocensio Gutierrez (26)
– Jose Gutierrez (24)
– Antonio Gutierrez (18)
– Sara Gutierrez (15)

House #8
– Marselo Espinosa (60)
– MA Guadalupe Veliz (49)
– Jose Navarro (26)
– MA Jesus Navarro (20)
– Margarita Espinosa (6)
– MA Refugio Espinosa (9)
– Elvira Espinosa (2)
– Agustina Guizar (30)
– MA Jesus Pulido (12)
– Elena Ruiz (11 months)

House #10
– J Concepcion Garcia (50)
– Francisca Orozco (38)
– J Concepcion Garcia (15)
– Beatriz Garcia (11)
– Felisitas Garcia (9)
– J Jesus Garcia (6 months)

House #12
– Facundo Gallardo (61)
– Ramon Gallardo (22)
– Santos Amador (19)

House #16
– Nolverto Alvarez (30)
– Maria Villarruel (28)
– Elodia Alvarez (10)
– Candelaria Alvarez (7)
– Leonides Alvarez (5)
– Dolores Alvarez (1 month)

House #18
– Vicenta Sanchez (28)
– Manuel Macias (7)
– Amparo Ramirez (5)

House #24
– Juan Mariscal (35)
– Esperanza Aguilar (24)
– Roberto Mariscal (12)
– Olivia Mariscal (10)
– MA Matilde Mariscal (8)

House #26
– Ignacio Magdaleno (28)
– Rosa Rodriguez (23)
– Salvador Magdaleno (3)

House #28
– Estefana Cuevas (47)
– [ rest of household possibly on next page ]

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Santa Anita, Tlaquepaque,Jalisco; FHL Number: 1507564; Page: 230.

Primitivo Cardenas – Santa Anita, Tlaquepaque, Jalisco

One thought on “Primitivo Cardenas – Santa Anita, Tlaquepaque, Jalisco

  • September 1, 2020 at 3:00 AM
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    My Grandfather was born near the Jalisco & Nayarit Border. His last name was Cardenas Huerta. He settled in Nayarit and started his family. Most people came from Jalisco and moved north since the land was being given to those who wanted to work it. The names On house # 14 sound familiar I have to ask my dad just to be sure.

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