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Virginia Espindola 54 years old

415 W Adams St
Brownsville TX 78520

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46 relatives found for Virginia Espindola - Brownsville, TX

Angie Espindola

58 years old

Linda E Rivera

56 years old

Amy Lee Rivera

23 years old

Anel G Rivera

46 years old

Christopher J Rivera

61 years old

Daniel M Rivera

68 years old

Enrique Espindola

59 years old

Esperanza G Espindola

77 years old

Estela R Moreno

74 years old

Evelyn Rivera

28 years old

Irma Cruz Rivas

30 years old

Ivan Espindola

51 years old

Jose A Rivera

30 years old

Joshua Robert Rivas

31 years old

Maria G Espindola

51 years old

Pablo G Espindola

41 years old

Pablog Espindola

41 years old

Silbrstre E Espindola

89 years old

Alma Moreno

71 years old

Andrea M Morton

52 years old

Background Info on Brownsville,TX

The city was founded in 1848 by American entrepreneur Charles Stillman after he developed a successful river boat company nearby. It was named after Major Jacob Brown, who fought and died while serving as a U.S. Army soldier during the Mexican–American War (1846–48). As the city is the seat of government for the county of Cameron, the city and county government are major employers. Other primary employers fall within the service, trade and manufacturing industries, including a growing aerospace and space transportation sector. It operates international trading through the Port of Brownsville. The city experienced a population increase in the early 1900s when steel production flourished. Brownsville is frequently cited as having one of the highest poverty rates in the United States.

Due to significant historical events, the city has multiple houses and battle sites listed under the National Register of Historic Places. It was the scene of several key events of the American Civil War, such as the Battle of Brownsville and the Battle of Palmito Ranch. The city was also involved in the Texas Revolution as well as the Mexican–American War. Brownsville's idiosyncratic geographic location has made it a wildlife refuge center. Several state parks and historical sites are protected by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

In 1781, Spanish government officials granted José Salvador de la Garza 59 leagues of land (408.243 square miles). He used the land to construct a ranch several miles northwest of the area. During the early 1800s, Brownsville was known to residents as los tejidos (English: "pasturelands"). The area was inhabited by a few settlers around 1836 when Texas declared its independence from Mexico. On February 4, 1846, President James K. Polk instructed American General Zachary Taylor and his troops to begin moving south towards Brownsville. Once Taylor arrived, he built Fort Texas. It was later renamed Fort Brown in honor of American General Jacob Brown, one of two deceased soldiers during the Siege of Fort Texas.

Charles Stillman arrived in Matamoros in 1828 from Connecticut to help his father in the mercantile business. Brownsville became part of Texas after the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848. During that year, Stillman formed a partnership with Samuel Belden and Simon Mussina to form the Brownsville Town Company. They reportedly sold lots valued at $1,500. The city of Brownsville was originally established in late 1848 by Stillman, and was made the county seat of Cameron County on January 13, 1849. The state originally incorporated the city on January 24, 1850. This was repealed on April 1, 1852, however, because of a land-ownership dispute between Stillman and its former owners (including Juan Cortina, a Mexican rancher). The state reincorporated the city on February 7, 1853; this remains in effect. The issue of ownership was not decided until 1879 when the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of Stillman.

On April 25, 1846, Captain Seth B. Thornton received reports of Mexican troops crossing the Rio Grande river. Thornton and 63 U.S. Dragoons moved to Rancho de Carricitos and discovered several houses in the area. Mexican General Anastasio Torrejón crossed the Rio Grande the previous day. He commanded 1,600 cavalry and infantry troops to surround Thornton's troops in fractions. Due to heavy force from Torrejón's troops, Thornton's troops surrendered. 11 American casualties were reported; 45 troops as well as Thornton were held as prisoners. Reports of the incident were sent to President James K. Polk who announced that "American blood has been spilled upon the American territory". On May 13, the United States Congress declared war against Mexico.

This article uses material from the Wikipedia article "Brownsville,Texas", which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.

Crime TypeReportedincidentsBrownsville/100k peopleTexas/100k peopleNational/100k people
Violent Crime476257439383
Vehicle Theft14176.1240.4237.4
Property Crime5,1762,7952,5632,362

Land Area37 sq/miles
Water Area2 sq/miles
Occupied Housing Units17,566
Median Household Income29,835
Population Density1,627 /mile
Housing Units19,417
Median Home Value78,500

Black Or African American2620%
American Indian Or Alaskan Native2110%
Native Hawaiian Other Pacific Islander200%
Other Race5,0688%
Two Or More Races8201%

Education LevelCountPercent
Less than High School Diploma13,80939%
High School Graduate13,78439%
Associates degree1,7735%
Bachelors degree3,72210%
Masters degree1,2263%
Professional school degree3521%
Doctorate degree2500%

Transport MethodCountPercent
Car truck or van20,20291%
Public transportation4301%
Bicycle Walked or Other Means7893%
Worked at Home5822%

Schools Close To Virginia Espindola - Brownsville
Harmony Science Academy - Brownsville 1124 Central Blvd Brownsville, TX 78520 Other/Combined or Ungraded
Raul Yzaguirre School for Success 2255 N Coria St Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Idea Riverview Academy 30 Palm Dr Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Idea Riverview College Preparatory 30 Palm Dr Brownsville, TX 78520 Middle/Elementary
Yturria Elementary 2955 W Tandy Rd Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Cummings Middle School 1800 Cummings Pl Brownsville, TX 78520 Middle/Elementary
Garden Park Elementary 855 Military Hwy Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Longoria Elementary 2400 E Van Buren St Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Putegnat Elementary 730 E 8th St Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Martin Elementary 1701 Stanford Ave Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Resaca Elementary 901 Filmore St Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Russell Elementary 800 Lakeside Blvd Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Sharp Elementary 1439 Palm Blvd Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Skinner Elementary 411 W St Charles St Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Stell Middle School 1105 Los Ebanos Blvd Brownsville, TX 78520 Middle/Elementary
Villa Nueva Elementary 7455 Old Military Rd Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Benavides Elementary 3101 McAllen Rd Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Pullam Elementary 3200 Madrid Ave Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Keller Elementary 2540 W Alton Gloor Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Pace Early College High School 314 W Los Ebanos Blvd Brownsville, TX 78520 High/Secondary
Adult Ed 708 Palm Blvd Brownsville, TX 78520 High/Secondary
Veterans Memorial Early College High School 4550 U S Military Hwy 281 Brownsville, TX 78520 High/Secondary
Brownsville Early College High School 733 Palm Blvd Brownsville, TX 78520 High/Secondary
St Mary'S Catholic School 1300 E Los Ebanos Blvd Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
St Joseph Academy 101 Saint Joseph Dr Brownsville, TX 78520 High/Secondary
Incarnate Word Academy 244 Resaca Blvd Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Episcopal Day School 34 N Coria St Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
Kenmont Montessori School 2734 N Coria St Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary
First Baptist School 1600 Boca Chica Blvd Brownsville, TX 78520 Other/Combined or Ungraded
Brownsville Montessori Academy 36 S Coria St Brownsville, TX 78520 Primary/Elementary

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A: Virginia Espindola is believed to be related to the following people: Angie Espindola, Linda E Rivera, Amy Lee Rivera, Anel G Rivera, Christopher J Rivera, Daniel M Rivera, Enrique Espindola, Esperanza G Espindola, Estela R Moreno, Evelyn Rivera.


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