Rego Family History & Genealogy
Biographies & Family Trees
Find records of Regos by their first name:
- Abram Rego to Angela Rego
- Angelina Rego to Auria Rego
- Aurora Rego to Carlota Rego
- Carmela Rego to Constance Rego
- Constantin Rego to Doris Rego
- Dorothy Rego to Ermina Rego
- Ernest Rego to Filomena Rego
- Firmind Rego to German Rego
- Gertrude Rego to Hester Rego
- Hilda Rego to Jeremiah Rego
- Jeremias Rego to June Rego
- Justo Rego to Loretta Rego
- Lorraine Rego to Margarida Rego
- Marguerite Rego to Mildred Rego
- Minnie Rego to Patrick Rego
- Paul Rego to Rhoda Rego
- Richard Rego to Salvador Rego
- Salvator Rego to Thomas Rego
- Todd Rego to Yvonne Rego
Most Common First Names
- Manuel 5.3%
- Joseph 5.2%
- Mary 5.1%
- John 4.8%
- Maria 2.5%
- Antone 2.0%
- Antonio 1.5%
- William 1.5%
- Jose 1.3%
- George 1.2%
Rego Last Name History & Origin
Nationality & Ethnicity
These are the earliest records we have of the Rego family.
Rego Death Records & Life Expectancy
According to our database of 1,618 people with the last name Rego that have a birth and death date listed:
These are the longest-lived members of the Rego family on AncientFaces.
Concord Museum - Featuring period rooms and galleries depicting town life and growth for 1635-1890. The collection includes artifacts associated with the beginning of the Revolutionary War, objects used by Thoreau at Walden Pond and the contents of Emerson’s study, as he left it in 1882.
Ralph Waldo Emerson House - The home of the American writer from 1835 to 1882, containing original furnishings and personal memorabilia.
The Old Manse - This historic museum offers guided tours discussing the history of the Emerson-Ripley family of ministers who lived there from 1770 to early this century, Ralph Waldo Emerson, who lived there in 1834 and Nathaniel Hawthorne, who lived there 1842-1845.
Orchard House - The Alcott family home, where Louisa May Alcott wrote Little Women in 1868. Tours, children’s workshops, a lecture series and living history programs are offered.
Old North Bridge and Visitor Center - Part of the Minute Man National Historical Park, the area encompasses a portion of the April 19th Battlefield, including the North Bridge. The visitor center offers a video presentation, displays and book shop.
Minute Man Visitor Center - Minute Man National Historical Park - A great place to begin your visit to the park. Orientation and ranger programs, information, bookstore. Newly renovated with all new exhibits.
Battle Road Trail - A 5.5 mile interpretive trail for walking, bicycle or wheelchair follows remnants of the historic road and visits historic houses and natural areas in the Minute Man National Historical Park.
Sleepy Hollow Cemetery - Author’s Ridge Graves of Thoreau, Hawthorne, the Alcotts, Emerson and Daniel Chester French. See website here.
Walden Pond State Reservation - Swimming, boating, fishing and hiking trails. Site of Henry David Thoreau’s cabin. Pets not allowed.
Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge - Bird watching, walking trails, pets on leash welcome.
New Life Fine Arts Mission
"Theater you can believe in"
Our commitment is to consistently:
Provide high-quality entertaining productions with spiritually uplifting themes.
Promote life-change through meaningful themes to which our audiences can readily relate.
Partner with individuals and groups to reach out to their community through the theater arts.
Present a clear and compelling message that artistically and dramatically illustrates a classic world view.
If you are interested in making an investment in this generation through the high impact medium of theater arts, New Life Fine Arts Musical Theater of Concord welcomes your involvement.
Our vision is to eventually provide a full season of high quality dramatic events on a resident stage in our proposed New Life Ministry Center; home of New Life Community Church and New Life Fine Arts at 221 Baker Ave. Concord, MA. From this base we propose to send traveling performing and teaching teams who will take the message where the people are.
We are presently engaged in raising funds for an air-conditioned auditorium and performing space for year round use. We solicit no funds from government art councils and are funded entirely by local supporters like you. Donations are welcome, and tax-deductible. If you would like to help financially you may make out checks to:
New Life Fine Arts
PO Box 5
Concord, MA 01742
We also provide many opportunities for people to use their gifts and talents during our productions. For up-to-date information call our offices at
Yours in Life's Great Unfolding Story,
David MacAdam, director and founder
New Life Fine Arts