Walking by University of Arizona's Main Gate one day, I came across a book displayed in the Arizona Bookstore window, "Los Tucsonenses" by Tom Sheridan.
I went in, asked for a copy and just for the heck of it browsed through the index to see if I'd find any familiar family names. And there he was. Jesus Maria Celaya, my maternal grandfather. I then looked up the page referring to him and was hooked. I'd been bitten by the genealogy bug.
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