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==Historical Background==
 
==Historical Background==
  
An archaeological survey in 1993 found no evidence of prehistoric indigenous people.<ref>Anne V. Stokes and William F. Keegan, [https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/89/2018/07/Grand-Cayman-Settlement-Survey.pdf ''A Settlement Survey for Prehistoric Archaeological Sites on Grand Cayman], Miscellaneous Project Report Number 52, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, 1993, p. 1.</ref>  The islands were discovered in 1503 by Christopher Columbus.  Various groups settled there, such as pirates and shipwrecked sailors.
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An archaeological survey in 1993 found no evidence of prehistoric indigenous people.<ref>Anne V. Stokes and William F. Keegan, [https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/89/2018/07/Grand-Cayman-Settlement-Survey.pdf ''A Settlement Survey for Prehistoric Archaeological Sites on Grand Cayman], Miscellaneous Project Report Number 52, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, 1993, p. 1, (accessed 19 November 2020).</ref>  The islands were discovered in 1503 by Christopher Columbus.  Various groups settled there, such as pirates and shipwrecked sailors.<ref>Wikipedia contributors, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki Cayman Islands], ''Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia,'' accessed 19 November 2020.</ref>
  
 
==Coverage and Compliance==
 
==Coverage and Compliance==

Revision as of 23:40, 19 November 2020

Cayman Islands Wiki Topics
Flag of the Cayman Islands.svg.png
Beginning Research
Record Types
Cayman Islands Background
Local Research Resources

How to Find the Records[edit | edit source]

Online Collections[edit | edit source]

*1871-1930 - Jamaica. Registrar General, Indexes of marriages, 1871-1930
*1878-1930 - Jamaica. Registrar General, Indexes of deaths, 1878-1930

Offices to Contact[edit | edit source]

Historical Background[edit | edit source]

An archaeological survey in 1993 found no evidence of prehistoric indigenous people.[1] The islands were discovered in 1503 by Christopher Columbus. Various groups settled there, such as pirates and shipwrecked sailors.[2]

Coverage and Compliance[edit | edit source]

Information Recorded in the Records[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Anne V. Stokes and William F. Keegan, A Settlement Survey for Prehistoric Archaeological Sites on Grand Cayman, Miscellaneous Project Report Number 52, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, 1993, p. 1, (accessed 19 November 2020).
  2. Wikipedia contributors, Cayman Islands, Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia, accessed 19 November 2020.