BALLÍ FAMILY ORGANIZATION
We lead the family worldwide to information vital to our heritage.
Fact finding is our mission and
Unity is our bond.”
September 07, 2013
NOTICE: To the Heirs of Spanish & Mexican Land Grants
The following is an invitation from Johnny Loya;
In order to share information with you, Johnny Loya has created Texas Land Grant Services, Inc. whose primary goal is to provide education and straight answers to help Land Grant family in Texas in moving forward to learn their full history, and where possible, to reclaim any and all land and/or minerals once given to their ancestors.
We would like to invite each of you and your families to a special meeting in Fort Worth, TX on Saturday, September 21, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. at the Fort Worth Convention Center; 1201 Houston Street; Ft. Worth, Texas 76102. We will share with you the information we have learned, the documents needed to potentially file a claim with the State of Texas, and the steps involved to complete the tasks at hand. Ticket cost for event is $47 per person. Tickets can be purchased using your debit or credit card directly from the website or by calling the Central Ticket Office. You can also pay with a personal check either through the website or by calling in to the ticket office.
1. Event name: Texas Land Grant Services, Inc.
2. Select tickets option
3. Enter number of tickets
4. Have your debit/credit card or bank check ready for payment.
5. Print your tickets or keep confirmation number and pick up your tickets at the ticket box at the convention center any time after 6:00 p.m. on the day of the event.
Call Central Ticket Office at 800-462-7979 FREE or 817-335-9000 FREE
1. Provide event name: Texas Land Grant Services, Inc.
2. Provide customer service representative the number of tickets to be purchased.
3. Have your debit/credit card or bank check ready.
4. Tickets can be mailed to your mailing address or they can be held for you and can be picked up by you after 6:00 p.m. on the day of the event at the Ft. Worth Convention Center. If picking up tickets at event center box office be sure and have your confirmation number with you.
All ticket purchases are non-refundable. Only one person per ticket will be admitted into event center. Entry into convention center will be denied if you do not have a ticket. No exceptions!
We would like to ask you to be mindful of anyone who:
· Promises you the moon but can’t deliver;
· Asks for cash to help you;
· Says you WILL receive money at a specific time without having the appropriate documentation;
· Are trying to tear your family apart;
· Are trying to pass laws which increase their income but not yours; and
· Are constantly changing how they are to be compensated.
Looking forward to meeting all of you in Fort Worth, TX on Saturday, September 21, 2013.
We are receiving a huge response for this meeting and promises to be a sold out event. So buy your tickets early. People are coming from all over the United States and Mexico.
The newspaper article below is a sample of how people looking in summarize our state of affairs:
Monday, August 5, 2013
The state of Texas is holding $461.1 million in unclaimed oil and gas royalties — money that’s reported to the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts and turned over to the state by companies when they can’t find mineral owners.
The money sitting around in the state’s sock drawer is enough to buy a six-pack of Shiner Bock, a half-gallon of Bluebell Ice Cream and breakfast tacos for everyone in Texas ($17.73 for all 26 million of us).
And with drilling and oil production booming once again across much of Texas, and with shale drilling technology making it possible to drill in previously unprofitable regions, the amount of unclaimed money is growing.
Is some of it yours?
You can visit the comptroller’s website (claimittexas.org) to search for unclaimed property of all sorts (not just royalties paid on oil and gas properties).
Or you can call the state at 800-654-3463 and someone will help you look up your name or a relative’s name by phone.
By, Jennifer Hiller
Remember, the amount of unclaimed money is growing due to previously inaccessible shale fields, like the Eagle Ford.