Maria Maclovia de la Llata Salinas 

*Nov 15, 1861 - †Feb 6, 1929


a) From the family of Pertenecian (sp?), Spain
Letter from Guadelupe (sp?) Doria (maiden name, sister to Jose) to Hertha Schulze said that the family of De La Llata was from Spain, and moved to Jimenez, Tamaulipas, Mexico. "Family included of Ramon, Andreas, Julio, Elsa, Senon. Another brother whose name is not given remain in Queretaro, Mexico."

Was photographed with husband in October of 1919; they gave one to Hertha, their daughter-in-law with this inscription:
"Para mis hyos Hattie y Pepe
la primera vive sobre la tierra
el sequndo mor a all en elcielp;
pero para ambos es un resuerdo.
Manuel y Maclovia El primers a los
65 anos de ad y la sequnda a los
San Diego Cal, 19 de Octubos 1919.

"To my children Hattie and Pepe
The first one lives on earth, the
second one lives in Heaven, but for
both this is a remembrance.
Manuel and Maclovia. The first at
the age of 65 and the second at the
age of 58."

Record found in LDS archives gives her christening as Nov 26, 1861 and parents as Ramon de la Llata and Maria Guadalupe Salinas. Christened at Los Cinco Senores, Santander Jimenez, Tamaulipas, Mexico
Gravestone, however, gives birth date as 15 Nov 1864.
Death certificate says 16 Nov 1866.
Therefore, I am taking the birth date as 15 Nov 1861.

San Diego Co, CA
Quintard Hospital
Name: Maclovia Llata de Doria (cataloged under last name as Dedoria)
Married to Manuel Doria
Born November 16, 1866
Age 62 years, 2 months, 21 days
born Jimenez Tamps. Mexico
Father Ramon Llata
Father born Spain
Mother Guadalupe Salinas
Mother born Jimenez, Tamps, Mexico
Length of Residence: at place of death 3 months
Nonresident of Linares, Mexico
Length of time in California: 3 months
How long in US, if of foreign birth: 3 months
Informant: P.C. Bonham of 1752-4th St., San Diego, CA
Filed 2-7-1929
Date of Death February 6, 1929
Doctor attended the deceased from January 28, 1929 to February 6, 1929, last saw her on February 5, 1929
Death occurred at 1:45am
Cause of death: Bronchio Pneumonia, duration 11 days
No operations, no autopsy
Diagnosis confirmed by physical exam
Place of burial: Linares, Mexico, February 8, 1929
Undertaker Bonham Brothers Morturary