La Genealogía de Puerto Rico Surname Index. This surname index page was generated for the La Genealogía de Puerto Rico Web pages by Surname Helper. The La Genealogía de Puerto Rico pages are managed by Puerto Rican Hispanic Genealogical Society.
Catálogo de extranjeros residentes en Puerto Rico en el Siglo XIX. Foreigners residing in Puerto Rico in the 19th century. Organized in alphabetical order by country of origin.
Puerto Rico Genealogy Search at Geneanet
1897 Oficiales del Instituto de Voluntarios de Puerto Rico. Officers of the Institute of Volunteers Corps of Puerto Rico.
Guia Oficial General de Puerto Rico (1897) Surname Index. The book contains a listing by government office and/or town of individuals who held positions in government and clergy during 1897.
Ancestral Automobile Licenses in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico National Cemetery, Bayamon. Extracted from the Department of Veterans Affairs, National Cemetery Administration database.
1836 Census Quebradillas, Puerto Rico : Part 1 - Part 2
1910 Census of Santa Isabel, Utuado, Puerto Rico
1910 Census of Leguisamo, Mayagüez, Puerto Rico
Barrio Florencio, Fajardo, Puerto Rico 1910 Census
1910 Census of Pitahaya, Fajardo, Puerto Rico
1910 Census of Pueblo, Camuy, Puerto Rico
1910 Census of Dominguito, Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Barrio Naranjo, Fajardo, Puerto Rico 1910 Census
Fajardo, Puerto Rico 1820 Census
Fajardo, Puerto Rico Marriages : 1766-1770, 1771-1775, 1776-1780, 1781-1785, 1786-1789, 1789-1790, 1791
Fajardo, Puerto Rico Marriage Index 1882-1895 : Surnames A-J, Surnames K-R, Surnames S-Z
Fajardo, Puerto Rico Marriage Index 1912-1935 : Surnames A-J, Surnames K-R, Surnames S-Z
Fajardo, Puerto Rico Urban Militias, 1823
Reparto de Fajardo, Puerto Rico 1898
Puerto Rico Vietnam Memorial Page. Dedicated to the memory of the Puerto Ricans who made the ultimate sacrifice in the Vietnam conflict : Surnames A-M, Surnames N-Z
Puerto Rican Laborers buried at Beaufort National Cemetery, 1918 : 1918 Flu Epidemic Victims.
Officials and Employees of the City of San Juan de Puerto Rico (1897).
Ancestors of Coamo, Puerto Rico. Coamo is the third oldest town in Puerto Rico having been founded in 1539.
Corsican Immigrants to Puerto Rico. A list of some 403 Corsicans who immigrated to the Yauco, Guayanilla, and Guanica areas of Puerto Rico in the 19th Century.
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