Spain Deaths (FamilySearch Historical Records)

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Spain Deaths, 1600-1920
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Record Description
Record Type: Deaths
Collection years: 1600-1920
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Title in the Language: España, Defunción
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What is in This Collection?

This index is an electronic index for the years 1502 to 1940. This collection can include information previously published in the International Genealogical Index.

The collections comprised of the following:

  • Indexed records
  • The Internet indexing project sponsored by the LDS Church

What Can These Records Tell Me?

Collection Content

Death records usually contain the following information:

  • Date, time, and place of death (keep in mind that records for women may be filed under their married name)
  • Name and age of deceased
  • Residence and civil status of deceased
  • Place of birth
  • Spouse's name, marital status, and his/her place of birth
  • Names of witnesses
  • Burial date and place

Coverage Table

A Coverage table for this collection is available in the wiki article Spain Deaths, Coverage Table (FamilySearch Historical Records)

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  • Use the event date and ages of ancestors to search for original birth, marriage, or death records in the county of the event. These records may have the maiden name of the mother, verify parents, and provide more clues to this family

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Collection Citation

"España, defunciones, 1600-1920." Database. FamilySearch. http://FamilySearch.org : 14 June 2016. Index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City.

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