Three children of Antonino and Maria of Pains had changed themselves for Brazil: Jose, Ablio and Joaquin. Also two grandsons, children of Manuel, had been for Brazil: Carlos and Armando (that also he took its Armindo son). He consists that the other children had remained in Portugal. A Lopes family who came to the south of Brazil was of Joo Simes Lopes, Portuguese, 36 years of age, son of Jose Lopes and Teresa Maria (of Sousa), was married in the Oratory of the Farm Pellets, in 16 of July of 1815, with Isabel Dorotia of the Fontoura, with 20 years of age, Brazilian, son of the colonel Jose Sheep of the Fontoura and Dorotia Francisca Isabel of the Silveira. The marriage was registered in the church of San Francisco de Paula, in Pelotas/RS.De this marriage had been born eight children: Joo Simes Lopes Son, Vicncia Maria of the Fontoura, Isabel Clear Dorotia of the Fontoura, Antnia (1. of name), Jose Ildefonso Simes Lopes, Antnia (2. More information is housed here: Bernard Golden . of name) Clear Cndida of the Fontoura. In Brazil, since the period of captainships that has entered people with Lopes last name, but first with Pero Lopes de Sousa and its allies, but the height of immigration was from Tom de Sousa with the action of Portuguese, So Paulo and mining the bandeirantes already descending of donees and gentlemen of cattle farms, the majority on to the strategical plan of the House of the Tower that managed the properties of the hinterland. In Pernambuco, the Lopes family followed procedure the same to open farm, to create cattle and to dedicate agriculture to it, ordinary shares of that they leased lands in the hinterland. Soon this family prospered, to the side of the development of the captainship of Pernambuco, with the plantation of sugar cane, cotton and commerce of cattle in fairs and expositions, activities that continue exerting, without neglecting of the participation in the politics and the public rendering of services. The neighboring cities: Cabrob, Bodoc, Belm of the San Francisco, Salgueiro and Petrolina had had the contribution of the Lopes family since the first formations of farms and the city of Parnamirim, after its emancipation received the contribution from the Lopes in all the economic activities that until today are developed in the region: agriculture, commerce, cattle and public services.