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La formación del pueblo puertorriqueño: la contribución de los catalanes ... - Estela Cifre de Loubriel. Searching and Viewing Puerto Rico Church Records - Genealogía Nuestra. Currently, a portion of Puerto Rico’s Roman Catholic Church records is available to be viewed online.

Searching and Viewing Puerto Rico Church Records - Genealogía Nuestra

Another portion is only available by visiting the local Family History Library (FHL) near your home. With so many locations available throughout the world, it can be an inexpensive or free way of viewing the microfilms. So first let me explain my last statement. The LDS provides you with the ability to go through their catalog, order the film, and visit the location you want to view these films. However, I need to advise you that you should add one more step to this process. Search for records.Document the film numbersVISIT your local FHL to see if they are there (click here to find the nearest location)If not available at the FHL, place an order to request films Now to use the catalog is actually very easy and you may even find Census records from the 1800s; I’ll provide those links on my next blog post so let’s just talk about church records for now. Puerto Rico Digitized Church Books - Genealogía Nuestra.

Over the years, I have published plenty of Puerto Rico digitized church books available for review online.

Puerto Rico Digitized Church Books - Genealogía Nuestra

Readers tend to have repetitive questions as they seek more information on the collection. Therefore posting repetitive questions that flood posts on social media. These repetitive questions lead to experienced researchers, myself included, avoid responding. Hence, we realize that what people want is access to Puerto Rico digitized church books. Adding to the complexity, responding tends to lead to others asking the same questions but for different towns. It Was a 7: One 1940 Census Code Revealed - Ancestor RoundupAncestor Roundup. Post-enumeration coding of 1940 census data for marital status Like many over-eager genealogists, I was online the morning of 02 April 2012 – the first day the 1940 census was available to the public.

It Was a 7: One 1940 Census Code Revealed - Ancestor RoundupAncestor Roundup

Within a matter of days, I had located a handful of relatives on the 1940 census by first locating their enumeration districts. It wasn’t long before I began finding information in this census that I hadn’t encountered previously despite having done extensive census research in the past. For example, why was I finding the numeral “7” in the marital status column, instead of one of the more common abbreviations of marital status, such as S[ingle], M[arried], W[idowe]d or D[ivorced]? Gazeta de Puerto-Rico. [volume] ([San Juan, P.R.) 1806-19??, March 25, 1897, Page 5, Image 5 « Chronicling America « Library of Congress. Tabla de apellidos de A asco del 1798-1897. Officials and Employees of the City of San Juan de Puerto Rico (1897. Was born in the town of Sabana Grande, Puerto Rico daughter of Antonio Cifre Alberti, a native of Mallorca, Spain and of Amanda Amill Negroni, a native of Yauco.

Officials and Employees of the City of San Juan de Puerto Rico (1897

Doña Estela Received her B.A. from the University of Puerto Rico in 1944; a Masters Degree in Political Science with a concentration in History from Columbia University in 1950, and a Doctorate n Philosophy from the University of Madrid in 1958. As a professor in the History Department at the University of Puerto Rico she taught that subject to literally thousands of students over the span of her long career. Additionally, she wrote several seminal books on the genealogy of the people from several of the various provinces of Spain that imigrated to Puerto Rico. These books include: · La Formación del Pueblo Puertorriqueño - La Contribución de los Gallegos, Asturianos y Santanderinos. · La formación del pueblo puertorriqueño, La contribución de los Catalanes, Balearicos y Valencianos.

Top 10 Free Genealogy Websites For A Free Ancestry Search. Researching your family tree is fun, fascinating… and tough.

Top 10 Free Genealogy Websites For A Free Ancestry Search

Whether your family hails from various towns, cities, or countries, or your ancestors lived in the same village for centuries, finding out about those that came before can be fraught with difficulty. Free genealogy websites offer a great opportunity for research. Paid ancestry sites tend to have a higher profile than free. That doesn’t mean that the free ancestry sites aren’t worth using, however; just that they’re difficult to find. Here are several totally free genealogy websites to research your ancestry without spending a dollar. Without exaggerating, there are thousands of genealogy websites out there.

Occasionally you’ll find a truly useful website with a free ancestry search feature that accesses real data. When you’re done with these, don’t overlook Google. 1. Access Genealogy is more than your typical ancestry website and a great place to get started. This resource alone will keep you busy for hours. Registro de Esclavos Archives - Latino Genealogy & Beyond. Person Details for Francisco Pesante, "Puerto Rico, Civil Registration, 1805-2001" — FamilySearch.org. Genealogia Nuestra - Our Ancestry and Heritage: Puerto Rico Genealogy. Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut. You are using an outdated browser that does not fully support the intranda viewer.As a result, some pages may not be displayed correctly.

Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut

We recommend you use one of the following browsers: Welcome to the Digital Collections of the Ibero-American Institute Advanced search Zarzuela collection Go to collection. Puerto Rico, Civil Registration, 1805-2001; pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-159384-556611-88. El bautismo de esclavos en la Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Inmaculada Concepción: 1816-1844. Quien no ha recibido el bautismo, no puede ser admitido.

El bautismo de esclavos en la Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Inmaculada Concepción: 1816-1844.