3 edition of Guide to Cuban Genealogical Research found in the catalog.
Guide to Cuban Genealogical Research
Peter E. Carr
August 18, 2000 by Clearfield Co .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||103|
Apparently American history has forgotten that Spain, Guide to Cuban Genealogical Research book King Carlos III, was a principal ally offering aid and support helping Americans win their war of independence. Look for records, yes - but also look for research guides and finding aids, like the Overview of Hispanic Research published in Ancestry's Research Wiki. The French Republican Calendar or French Revolutionary Calendar was a calendar proposed during the French Revolution, and used by the French government for about 12 years from late toand for 18 days in in Paris. Highly recommended as a comprehensive reference and guide to resources available to contemporary researchers, both beginners and experienced, in latin american genealogy. When the informant is also the person recording the information, the handwriting can be compared to other handwriting samples. This distinction is important because each time a source is copied, information about the record may be lost and errors may result from the copyist misreading, mistyping, or miswriting the information.
This includes nearly 40, entries representing 5 million information folios compiled from Municipal Archives, private family archives and Catholic Church archives. Advertisement The National Archive of Cuba has a website, though it does not have an extensive collection and the holdings that have been digitized are small. Jones, Maxine D. Censos, Padrones y Matriculas de la For example, a census record by itself cannot be given much weight because the informant is unknown.
You can search all the archives by any desired text including personal namesand limit your search to a certain date range. Factors influencing the reliability of genealogical information include: the knowledge of the informant or writer ; the bias and mental state of the informant or write; the passage of time and the potential for copying and compiling errors. Advertisement Send your questions about tracing your own roots to TracingYourRoots theroot. For information on travel to Cuba refer to the U. Standards for genealogical research include:    Clearly document and organize findings.
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Siekman, Ph. The book Guide to Cuban Genealogical Research book a section on old Spanish handwriting which was very helpful in deciphering handwritten names in micofilmed old documents.
This small volume is several years old, but the content offers historical perspective on Cuba and its inhabitants that could be useful to the researcher looking into Cuban records and sources.
Doing general research on a locality can also yield clues. Slavery in Florida: Territorial Days to Emancipation. The most valuable printed references on Cuban genealogy are the works of the Cuban genealogist, Francisco Xavier de Santa Cruz y Mallen.
You will then get a listing of all the archives having documents that match your seach criteria. Some workers no longer fit for their primary trade often took less prestigious jobs later in life, while others moved upwards in prestige. The book also lists many published references with their library call numbers.
This useful research guide has been posted to the file area of various genealogy on-line providers e. Their pages on Cuba are not very extensive, but there is an article Cuba websitesincluding CubaGenWeb.
These transcriptions provide a unique insight into the personal story of many who fought and died in the war. There are various websites which do this. Treat original records with respect and avoid causing damage to them or removing them from repositories.
Likewise, descriptions of such occupations may also be problematic. Currently there are 15 provinces.
A few counties Gadsden, Leon, and Gulf provide indexes for 'Negro' or 'Colored' marriages, but Guide to Cuban Genealogical Research book are no separate indexes for deeds or probates involving African Americans.
The book offers helpful resources. An easy to read introduction to the use of the Internet for genealogical research. Spanish speakers may be able to find better information by switching to searching to Google Cuba and searching there.
You can acquire records from Cuba, especially church records, by writing directly to the ancestral parish. An original source is one that is not based on another source. Legal: B. Florida International University libraries also digitized material from the Enrique Hurtado de Mendoza Collection of Cuban Genealogywhich includes family trees.
This publication covers ONLY the early colonial years If one's Guide to Cuban Genealogical Research book possesses all of these dots — whether positive or negative — one can make better sense of their life.
Will there be material here which is of genealogical interest? Clicking on a camera icon will bring up small images of all the pages of the original document. Don't limit yourself to genealogical sites and genealogy societies -- information from a historical society's website or periodical can help you correctly interpret the details in any historical record you can find.
Standards for genealogical research include:    Clearly document and organize findings. Census returns are notoriously unreliable for ages or for assuming an approximate death date.
Which made an impact on you and why? Censos, Padrones y Matriculas de laThe Guide to Cuban Genealogical Research. by Peter E. Carr (FHL INTL Book D23c) are excellent sources of genealogical information. FamilySearch Wiki: Translation, handwriting help, and descriptions of specific record.
collections can be found on the FamilySearch Wiki. Under Search on the home page selection Research Wiki. Type. Cuba. Author of San Francisco Passenger Departure Lists, Guide to Cuban Genealogical Research, Cuban Census Records Of The 16th, 17th, And 18th Centuries: San Francisco Passenger Departure Lists, Vol.
III 15 July to 31 December (Volume 3), Caribbean historical & genealogical bibliography, Censos, padrones y matrículas de la población de Cuba, siglos 16, 17 y 18Written works: Guide To Cuban Genealogical Research.
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