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Subject: Re: sinaloa as given name
Author: Cleveland Kent Evans   (Authenticated as clevelandkentevans)
Date: October 10, 2008 at 9:14:46 AM
Reply to: sinaloa as given name by sinaloa
This seems to be a very rare name, but it's not completely unique.

At the ancestry.com site, there are two girls named Sinaloa in the California state birth records they have:

Sinaloa M Mills, born 10 Jul 1972 in San Diego

and

Sinaloa Maureen Pike, born 7 Sep 1953 in Los Angeles.


Ancestry.com has another reference to Sinaloa Pike: she was married to Ralph Donovan in Las Vegas, Nevada on 28 Nov 1970.

The Tennessee marriage records on Ancestry.com show a Sinaloa Sylvestre marrying Ricky Harvey in Sequatchie County in 1979.

The California divorce records have a Sinaloa Peregrina divorcing Robert Ledesma in October 1970.

The Social Security death records have Sinaloa Hobson (born in 1927) dying in Suffolk County, New York in 1980.

Finally, there is a six year old girl in the 1880 census of Pike County, Indiana, listed as Sinaloa Phillips (daughter of D. J. & Almira).

You always have to take records like this with a grain of salt, as there are many mistakes and misspellings in them. However, since there are two different records of Sinaloa Pike Donovan, I think we can be reasonably sure that she is a real person who was really given Sinaloa as a first name. So if you yourself are not Sinaloa Pike Donovan, you can be fairly sure you have at least one namesake out there -- and you probably have several others.

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