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Cuilty Family - late 1800s

Cuilty Family - late 1800s

Allan Cuilty (View posts)
Posted: 1106062344000
Classification: Query
Searching for info regarding the Cuilty expulsion from Chihuahua and where the families all tie together

Re: Cuilty Family - late 1800s

Posted: 1122877399000
Classification: Query
Hey Allan, My mother is Elena Cuilty, bro's Hector ,Julio, Robert. My grandfather was Roberto, whose father was Nicholas. As the story goes our family was at the forefront of Chihuahua's development, very wealthy, very powerful.
Enrique Creel started it all, was married to Paz Cuilty.

Re: Cuilty Family - late 1800s

Allan Cuilty (View posts)
Posted: 1123522529000
Classification: Query
Yes they were. My grandmother was Anita, sister to your grandfather. I know your mom as well as your uncles. They were close to my father, Alex. As a matter of fact, last time I saw them was at my dad's funeral back in 2001. How is your mom doing? I even remember as a young boy travelling up there in the 70s for your grandfathers funeral.

Re: Cuilty Family - late 1800s

Posted: 1194177213000
Classification: Query
Do you have any connection to Caroline Cuilty who married Stephen Murrin (b1893) and lived in Tarrant,Fort Worth. I am researching this Murrin line. My husband's G- grandfather was Thomas Murrin, the brother of Stephen's father, also called Stephen(b1856).

Re: Cuilty Family - late 1800s

Posted: 1194390500000
Classification: Query
My records do show a Carolina Prieto Cuilty born in 1898 in Chihuahua City, Chihuahua. She was the daughter of one Gregorio M. Prieto and Guadalupe Elena Cuilty Molinar. This is the only Carolina that would fit that time frame. It took me a little time to understand that, at that time, the 'name formula' used in Mexico was:

[1st name][middle (if any)] [Surname] [mother's maiden name]

I have no info on her other than her birth year. But I do have ancestory info which i am sorting through. If you want further detail, feel free to ask.

Re: Cuilty Family - late 1800s

Posted: 1194998174000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Murrin, Cuilty
I believe that she is buried in Tarrant. The headstone says Murrin Caroline Cuilty 1906 - 1990. In the same cemetery there is a Cuilty Carolina Munoz 1883-1965.
I am really searching for the Murrin connection, but thank you for your speedy reply.

Re: Cuilty Family - late 1800s

Posted: 1195678828000
Classification: Query
I found your answers!!!

Caroline Murrin Cuilty: was born Carolina Cuilty Munoz 28-jan-1906. Her father was Ignacio Cuilty Campa (see 1920 census (1878-??). Her mother was Carolina Munoz Terrazas (1883-??). They were married in 1903.

Her paternal grandparents were Alejandro Cuilty Bustamante (1830-1890) and Manuela Campa Saenz (1838-????).

Her maternal grandparents were Jesus Munoz Arregui(1829-??) and Adela Terrazas Cuilty (1853-??). Adela was the daughter of General Luis Terrazas and Carolina Cuilty.

I can go back further with these if you like as well.

Re: Cuilty Family - late 1800s

Posted: 1195837617000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Murrin, Cuilty
That's great, thank you! I wouldn't want to go back any further in the Cuilty family though. Their are enough Murrins to keep me busy, and they all seem to share about 8 christian names !!!!!
Thanks again for your help

Re: Cuilty Family - late 1800s

Posted: 1196091207000
Classification: Query
My pleasure and have a great holiday season.

Re: Cuilty Family - late 1800s

Posted: 1209874142000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Cuilty
Just wondering if anybody has any info for the Cuilty family for this time period. My grandfather was Julio Cuilty, he was born around 1894 in Chihuahua. I've been able to identify two of his sisters, but i know he had more siblings. The two sisters i know are Enriqueta and Amelia. Thanks.
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