Puerto Rico

Explore the collections of Mexico and Puerto Rico on Ancestry.mx and learn strategies to find those ancestors that have been difficult to find. This class will analyze the available collections, their coverage and teach how to navigate the indexes in such a way that you can have success in the search for your family.
Learn about and find links to courses and research tools available to teach you how to read the Spanish vocabulary found in Puerto Rican church records and civil registration records.
This case study compiles the Church baptism, marriage, and burial records for one Puerto Rican family, to demonstrate how the Wiki can help researchers.
Learn how to use the instructions and links in the Wiki article "Puerto Rico Civil Registration to find civil birth, marriage, and death records starting in 1885.
Learn to use the instructions and links in the Wiki to locate Puerto Rican church records, baptisms, marriages, and burials.
The Puerto Rico Genealogy main page is the “gateway” to all the features of the Wiki that help with Puerto Rico genealogy: topic articles, strategy tools, research tools, language lessons, online records, and online link pages specific to each municipality.
To use the records of the Puerto Rico, you must know the exact town where your ancestor lived. Learn how to search for that information in family records, vital records, census records, cemetery records, obituaries, military records, Social Security records, and passports.
This case study compiles the civil registration birth, marriage, and death records for one Puerto Rican family, to demonstrate how the Wiki can help researchers. Also, it demonstrates backing up your research with census records.
Learn about the content of the 1910 through 1930 Puerto Rico census and how to search it online.