Protocolos notariales

Archivo General de Puerto Rico
San Juan, Puerto Rico : El Archivo, 1968
[38], 257 h.


Incluye índice cronológico hasta 1850 e índice toponímico.

Inventario de la Serie Protocolos Notariales con que cuenta el Archivo General de Puerto Rico. La serie consta de los fondos de San Juan, Bayamón, Humacao, Aguadilla, Mayagüez, y Arecibo. Cada fondo está dividido en los pueblos que lo componen, colocándose a la cabeza los protocolos correspondientes al pueblo que da nombre al fondo, y a continuación los restantes en orden alfabético. Organizados los protocolos por pueblos, luego están subdivididos por escribanos en orden alfabético, y estos a su vez en orden cronológico.

Inventory of the Notarial Records Series in the General Archive of Puerto Rico. The series is comprised of collections for the Municipalities of San Juan, Bayamón, Humacao, Aguadilla, Mayagüez, and Arecibo. Each collection is arranged by chief town of the municipality followed by the other towns in alphabetical order. Within each town, the inventory is then arranged by surname of the notary public and chronologically by the years of his service.

Includes indexes.



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