On Saturday, March 19 the 15th St. Park was filled with people who all have something in common: They all are related to the Fimbres family.
Francisco barrios/Douglas Dispatch Fimbres family members Eddie, Cora, Alicia, Socorro, Lucy pose next to the banner that shows grand-parents Miguel and Luis, as well as sons Martin, Lucy, Silvia, Norma, Luis Jr, and Eva.
The family initiated in a place called “Tres Alamos” or “Three poplars”. Tres Alamos is a ghost town in Cochise County in the U.S. state of Arizona at north of Benson. The town was settled in 1874 and abandoned in 1886. Family members Gabriel Vazquez Fimbres and Macaria Alvarez Pereida lived at Tres Alamos and they are great-grand parents of the current Fimbres generations. They died in 1926 and 1917 respectively. From this point the family started growing and expanded to different places in Arizona and California.
The Fimbres family reunited on Saturday and honored grandparents Miguel and Luis Fimbres, who are the founders of the current generation. Sons of Miguel and Luis Fimbres are Martin, Lucy, Silvia, Norma, Luis Jr. and Eva. These current members are responsible for the family reunions.