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Registros Parroquiales de la Provincia de Santa Fe, Argentina
This collection of church records for the period of 1634 to 1975, includes baptisms, confirmations, marriages and deaths for the parishes in the Santa Fe province.
|City or Town||Parish|
|Armstrong||Nuestra Señora de La Merced|
|Arroyo Seco||Asunción de la Santísima Virgen|
|Carcarañá||Nuestra Señora del Pilar|
|Carlos Pellegrini||San Agustín|
|Carmen||Nuestra Señora del Carmen|
|Casilda||San Pedro Apóstol|
|Cañada de Gómez||San Pedro Apóstol|
|Colonia Belgrano||San Roque|
|Colonia Dolores||Nuestra Señora de los Dolores|
|El Trébol||San Lorenzo Mártir|
|Esperanza||Natividad de la Santísima Virgen|
|Franck||Nuestra Señora del Rosario|
|Helvecia||Nuestra Señora del Carmen|
|Irigoyen||Nuestra Señora del Carmen|
|Las Rosas||Santa Rosa de Lima|
|Llambí Campbell||Santísima Trinidad|
|Mariano Saavedra||Santa Clara|
|Melincué||Nuestra Señora del Carmen|
|Montes de Oca||Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes|
|Máximo Paz||San Miguel|
|Pilar||Nuestra Señora del Pilar|
|Providencia||Nuestra Señora de los Dolores|
|Rosario||Inmaculada Concepción, Nuestra Señora del Rosario, Sagrado Corazón de Jesús, San José, Santa Rosa de Lima|
|Sa Pereira||Santa Rosa|
|San Agustín||San Agustín|
|San Carlos Centro||San Carlos Borromeo|
|San Carlos Norte||Nuestra Señora de la Asunción|
|San Genaro Norte||San Genaro|
|San Gregorio||San Gregorio|
|San Javier||San Francisco Javier|
|San Jerónimo Norte||San Jerónimo|
|San Jorge||San Jorge|
|San José de la Esquina||Nuestra Señora de La Merced|
|San José del Rincón||Nuestra Señora del Carmen|
|San Justo||Nuestra Señora de La Merced|
|San Lorenzo||San Lorenzo Mártir|
|San Martín Norte||Nuestra Señora de los Dolores|
|San Martín de las Escobas||San Martín de Tours|
|San Pedro, Cayastacito y Dolores||San Pedro, Cayastacito y Dolores|
|Santa Clara de Buena Vista||Santa Clara|
|Santa Fe||Arquidiócesis de Santa Fe, Catedral Todos los Santos, Nuestra Señora del Carmen, Sagrado Corazón de Jesús, San Juan Bautista|
|Santa Rosa de Calchines||Santa Rosa de Lima|
|Santo Tomé||Inmaculada Concepción|
|Sarmiento||Nuestra Señora del Carmen|
|Sastre||Nuestra Señora del Carmen|
|Teodelina||Sagrado Corazón de Jesús|
|Venado Tuerto||Inmaculada Concepción|
|Villa Constitución||San Pablo Apóstol|
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- Parishes in the Santa Fe Province. Argentina, Santa Fe, Catholic Church Records. Archivo de la Notaria Mayor Eclesiastica de la Arquidiocesis de Santa Fe, Santa Fe Province, Argentina.
Key genealogical facts found in Baptismal Records may include:
- Date of event
- Place of event
- Name of child
- Child's birth date
- Parents' names, age, origin, and residence
- Godparents’s names age, origin, and residence
Key genealogical facts found in Marriage Records may include:
- Date of event
- Place of event
- Name of groom
- Groom’s civil status, race, and age
- Groom’s birthplace
- Groom’s place and date of baptism
- Groom’s legitimacy and parents’ names
- Name of bride
- Bride’s civil status, race, and age
- Bride’s birthplace
- Bride’s place and date of baptism
- Bride’s legitimacy and parents’ names
- Names of witnesses or godparents
Key genealogical facts found in Death Records may include:
- Parish place and date of event
- Type of mass
- Name of deceased
- Parents’ names
- Marital status
- Name of spouse, if married or widowed
- Date of death
- Cause of death
- Age at death
- Place of origin
- Place of burial
- If the deceased left a will
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