My grandmother was born in 1910 in an extremely small town called 'Jupare', to a man named Trinidad Vasquez and Maclovia Borbon daughter of Mariano Borbon.
Mariano Borbon either had four brothers, or was the son of one of those five brothers who settled in Guaymas, Sonora, and eventually migrated to the U.S., through Arizona; which someone named Laura mentions on this website.
My family believes that Mariano was one of the Borbon brothers related to Laura (who has communicated with you, on this message board, and seems to be your cousin, here in the States).
'Borbon' is anything but a common surname. Which leads me to believe that person with this surname are related.
I emailed Laura and she replied with an offer to provide further information, as well as a Borbon information website.
I was so jazzed up about her offer, because I thought that I might finally have a way to trace my lineage.
To my demise, that was the last communication I ever received from Laura.
So, Sandy, if you are somehow related to Laura, you're somehow related to me. Have you any information I might check out? Please, let me know.
P.S. Below I am pasting the last email I received from Laura:
Laura Aguilera <LAGUILERA@spb.ca.gov
I am interested in hearing what you found. My grandfather and grandmother were from Guaymas Sonora and immigrated here via Arizona, settling in California around the early 1920s. I am the third generation. Contact me when you get back to your computer. I can connect you to a Borbon site with other relatives.