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    Does anyone know the meanings of the abbreviations below? They are on my Grandfather's Mexican birth certificate. He was born in 1885.
    A.P.: and A.M.: and CC.
    The above abbreviations are in the following context:

    ...Nació el día cinco del actual a las cinco de la tarde y son sus padres el comparente y Marciala Esparza de diecinueve años de edad. A.P.: Domingo y Eduwiges Esparza. A.M.: Gerardo y Victoriana Moreno. Testigos: CC. Cirilo Torres y Desiderio Moreno casados, mayores de edad, jornaleros y vecinos del mismo Rancho, a quienes les-consta dicho nacimiento...

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    I'm not entirely sure but from what I can understand, "AP" stands for "Abuelos Paternos" and "AM" for "Abuelos Maternos"...
    I can't help you with CC though, I have no idea what that is! :S

    Hope it helps!

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    Default Re: Acta de nacimiento

    Since it is cc. it probably means a plural word such as 'compadres'.

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    In my experience translating many 100s of Mexican birth certificates, CC stands for citizens (and is commonly used). Never translated such an old birth cert though--only translated post-Mexican Revolution, but think that's the meaning of CC on yours as well.

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    No tengo idea a que se refieran con A.P. y bien podria ser como alguien menciono Abuelos Paternos y "A.M." Abuelos Maternos. Sin embargo normalmente en espanol A.M . siempre significa "Antes Meridiano" (como P.M. significaria Pasado Meridiano. Por ultimo y sin lugar a dudas "C.C." siempre significa Con Copia Para.

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    quijote,
    by finding out who those people, whose names follow the abbreviation. Are, you might come to a conclusion.

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