Scrapbook Page for Alicia Dolores Colsa


Wedding Photograph Alicia Colsa Petitpain Turpin picture

Lower part of Marriage Certificate Richard E Turpin and Alicia Colsa picture

Alicia Dolores Colsa Petitpain "Granny" picture

ID Card from work in Mexico picture

Leather picture picture

Photo picture

Birth Certificate Alica Colsa Petitpain 6 Dec 1902 picture

1930 US Census Records, Franklin, Indiana picture

Alicia Dolores Colsa

Colorized version
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Alicia Colsa Circa 1912 picture

Alicia Turpin and Guy Turpin circa 1917 (PVT Turpin) picture

Alicia Colsa Circa 1920 picture

Alicia with Dick Circa 1929 picture

Alicia Colsa Circa 1951 picture

8 Jan 1903 Maria Alicia Dolores Colsa Baptism Matamores, Mexico picture

Grand-son Guy Turpin

Justice E.H. Kinney has received word from his grand-son; Guy Turpin, who is at Brownsville, Tex., that he has taken a position on the Brownsville Sentinel as sporting editor. The same letter also contains a card photograph of his soon-to-be bride. Miss Alicia Colsa, who is a daughter of an old Mexican-Spanish family, coming to Brownsville from Mexico City.
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Canerib County Records 103rd District Court 1934 picture

5 May 1941 Border Crossing Alicai Colsa de Viadero picture

Dissoulution of Marriage Alica Colsa 1 November 1938 picture

The Brownsville Herald 28 October 1949 picture

Alicia Colsa with 2nd Husband picture

Divorce Decree Cameron County, Alicia Colsa and Richard Turpin picture

Death Certificate Alicia Dolores Colsa (Petitpain) picture

Headstone in San Antonio, Texas picture