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Puerto Rican Research - General / Re: Roberto Torres
« Last post by PRGenSearcher on January 11, 2017, 09:42:11 PM »
Hi Bill,

I realize you probably already have the answer to your question, BUT, if for some reason you don't please let me know as I have a good match for what you are looking for.

I appreciate your good work and service.

Regards,

Tony Rivera
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Fajardo / Medina-Diaz Family
« Last post by wilsonortiz on October 03, 2016, 10:16:18 AM »
Good afternoon, I am looking for information on my grandparents that lived in Fajardo my grandfather Francisco was born in 1898 in Fajardo I think his father was also named Francisco and His mother was Asuncion Diaz they had several children which I believe were all born in Fajardo. any Ideas or information on them would be appreciated! Thank you and God Bless!
Wilson Ortiz
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Maricao / Marrero-Ortiz Family
« Last post by wilsonortiz on October 03, 2016, 09:57:48 AM »
Good Afternoon, I am trying to find information on my family that lived in Maricao Afuera My great grandparents were Primativo Marrero y Aler and Maria Ortiz y Gonzalez they had several children. My grandparents were Emilio Marrero and Monseratte Martinez and they had several children. My other great grandparents were Eladio Martinez y Sulsona and Juana Seda de Hernandez.The Martinez side came from Sabana Grande. I have found My grandfather Emilio was in the Army but the fire destroyed any pictures or records of him. I was never able to meet him as he pCensoreded in 1949 in Maricao. Anyone with information or ideas on how I can find out more would be appreciated. Thank you and God Bless!
Wilson Ortiz Jr
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Puerto Rican Research - General / Re: Reaching out
« Last post by admin on July 27, 2016, 09:14:31 PM »
People are here and I'm sure they can help, it helps if you tell a little bit about where your people are from and your area of focus.
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Puerto Rican Research - General / Re: Reaching out
« Last post by Aracelis on July 27, 2016, 02:22:22 PM »
Hi Dave

I'm new here too and hoping to find out more about my family tree as well.

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Puerto Rican Research - General / Re: Puerto Rico Family History records online
« Last post by Aracelis on July 27, 2016, 02:19:10 PM »
Buenos dias!

Could you repost the url for the site. I tried the one posted and it doesn't work.

Thanks

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Puerto Rican Research - General / Re: Nonsense in Puerto Rico
« Last post by Aracelis on July 27, 2016, 02:17:04 PM »
Buenos dias a todos!  I am new to genealogy and I read this article sad to say its true.  I wanted to know how can I access the records in Puerto Rico online? 


Thank you for your kind cooperation.

Aracelis Gonzalez Reyes
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Puerto Rican Research - General / Re: Nonsense in Puerto Rico
« Last post by CelsoHernandez on June 23, 2016, 07:36:05 AM »
In Hatillo, I had the rare priviledge of sorting through the Babtism records in the Church, because I was escorted by an influential relative who had access to the parish office.  We were compelled to peruse through the ancient scrolls hanging off our laps.  There was no hint of a table in the tiny quarters to place them.  Small yellowing pieces of torn pages kept falling out of the ledgers and it was not always possible to replace them in the proper spot.  This was rather heart breaking as many of these inscriptions were to become "lost" forever.
This incident occurred over five years ago.  I believe the current conditions are the same or worse.  I learned that the Church (at least in this parish) did not permit agents from the church in Salt Lake City to examine these ledgers and transcribe the data to a digital format for all to see and access.  I suggested to my comrade that perhaps a church collection of funds could be taken to pay professionals to do this type of work.  Perhaps University students could be entrusted to undertake such an important objective.
It is disappointing how today's church oficials can be so possessive, if not just neglectful, of these records.  Were  they not put down on paper for future generations (us) to access in the first place?
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Neither url is reachable!!!
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Is there anyplace I can go to get Censoredistance translating an image of my great great grandmothers birth registration to English? The record I am interested in is for Magdalena Jensen in San Juan. https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QV1Y-J5GX , My Spanish is poor and the handwriting is not that great on the online jpg files, lower right side of page 1018 and left side of 1019. Thank you - Steve

Name:   Magdalena Jensen
Event Type:   Birth Registration
Event Date:   
Event Place:   San Juan, Puerto Rico
Gender:   Female
Birth Date:   11 Sep 1886
Birth Year (Estimated):   
Death Date:   
Death Age:   
Father's Name:   
Mother's Name:   Maria Jensen
Spouse's Name:   
Spouse's Gender:   
Spouse's Age:   
Spouse's Birth Date:   
Spouse's Birth Year:   
Spouse's Father's Name:   
Spouse's Mother's Name:   
Page:   424
Reference ID:   226
Volume:   Nacimientos 1885-1889 (incluye los sectores Catedral, San Francisco, y San Juan Viejo).
GS Film Number:   001699546
Digital Folder Number:   004493115
Image Number:   01018

Citing this Record:
"Puerto Rico, Registro Civil, 1805-2001," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QV1Y-J5GX : accessed 3 January 2016), Magdalena Jensen, ; citing San Juan, Puerto Rico, oficinas del ciudad, Puerto Rico (city offices, Puerto Rico).
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