Welcome to the Mezas family website

A place where you can check our family tree and read stories about the Mezas family. This website only has public details available of people that have been deceased for at least 30 years. If you would like to see details of living members you will need a login. In order to grant you a login I will need proof that you’re a Mezas descendant.

If you would like a login or if you have any information, photo or story to add or if you would like to see anything removed from this website, please send us a message at family[AT]rootz[DOT]one.

Website Login | Genealogy Login

Join our Facebook Group “Mezas Family Genealogy” for updates and connecting with family.

A few quick links to get you started:

Use the menu above to navigate through the full site (check links under “Mezas family” menu item).

Leentje Hendrietta Mezas

Leentje Hendrietta Mezas is the first ‘Mezas’ we were able to find while researching our family tree. Her mother’s name was ‘Serie’, that’s all we know about her mother, her father is unknown. We consider Leentje our main ancestress and are researching her descendants.

Add your information

Our aim is to verify all information we have collected with official supporting documents (such as birth certificates, etc.). Currently, however, some people added to our family tree are based on information that has been passed on that we still need to verify. We are looking for as much information as possible about Mezas descendants. If you see anything in our family tree that you think is incorrect, please let us know what is wrong and tell us why, preferably with proof (such as birth certificates, death certificates, etc.). If you have information about family members that need to be added to the family tree, please let us know (with proof). We will review all information and when verified, we will add/remove when we see fit.

Share stories and photos

In addition to official family tree information, we are also looking for photos and personal stories of Mezas decendants (both deceased and living).

Do you know any interesting anecdotes and stories that we should not forget. Let us know and share your stories. Together we can keep the memories alive.

 

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