Conquest-“Los Ojuelos Ranch”
I was one of six children, of the Contreras Family, being Mr. & Mrs. Jesus M. Contreras. We moved to Corpus Christi, Texas, in 1945. I did all my homework, and enjoyed sports, especially, swimming. I volunteered for the Army, 1967. I went to Ft. Campbell, Ky., for Airborne training in 1967 of August-September. I deployed to Ben Hoa, went through TET, Jan. 1st, 1969. We moved to Phu Bai, 5 miles from the DMZ, Vietnam.. I left Vietnam, deployed to Wiesbaden, then Baumholder, Germany in 1969. I transferred to Ft. Hood, Texas, 1970. I E.T.S., Ft. Hood, Texas 1970. It was an Honor to serve my Country, the U.S. of A., and I will do it again , if needed .
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Abst acreage acres adverse possession Amalia De Ortiz Attorney Bank of Commerce Benavides Bobbitt cattle claims Comanche Indians complaints concerning Court in Austin Dionicio Guerra District Court District Courthouse documents Don Eusebio Garcia Doris F Edmund Davis Enrique F Estate Farias FDIC federal consumer protection federales felonious ﬁg filed fraudulent instruments Gertrude Guerra Contreras Guerra and husband Guerra Family Guillermo Salinas Heirs Henry James Lease Hermalinda Garcia Ignacio Guerra inhabitants International Bank Izzaguirre John Rip Jose Maria Juan Guerra Land Grant Laredo National Bank lawsuit Leyendecker Los Ojuelos Ranch married Mexican Republic Mexico monies nephews and nieces Oil-Gas Ojuelos Mineral Trust Ojuelos Ranch original Los Ojuelos owners partition Patent Patent/Title paternal daughter Paternal Father Petra Gutierrez Guerra possession Relinquishment Act Revilla royalties started SW2nd Tamaulipas Texas Rangers thereof three sons tract of land Treaty Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo Webb County William Wise Ysidro Gutierrez