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The following is a list of Brazilian Visas and Georgia deaths that have been loaded into various parishes in the Buenos Aires province in the Argentina Catholic Church Records. Each entry begins with the name of the city/town, the parish, the type of register and a decription of the error. The table below each entry contains the corresponding FamilySearch film number on which the correct entries can be found.

For example, the first entry below identifies the path to the error, starting with the province of Buenos Aires and following through to, the city of Carmen de Areco, the parish of Nuestra Señora del Carmen (Carmen de Areco, Buenos Aires), and the Bautismos (Baptisms) 1867-1870 registers. (as seen in Historical Records). Problem number one is found in the baptism; problem number 2, in the Defunciones (Deaths) 1865-1870, and so on.


Carmen de Areco: Nuestra Señora del Carmen (Carmen de Areco, Buenos Aires)

1. Baptisms 1867-1870 (570 images) contain Brazilian Visas Jose Alves Pereira issued on 29 May 1953 to Enilde Monica Sanz issued 31 March 1953; images stop at 203. Images 204-570 are unavailable.

Bautismos 1867-1870
             VAULT INTL Film 739363

2. Deaths 1865-1870 (616 images) contain Brazil Visas Jose Jeremias Lipchitz issued 20 Aug 1941 to Derminda Tavares Da Siva issued 29 Jan 1954; images stop 203. Images 204-616 are unavailable

Defunciones 1865-1870
             VAULT INTL Film 739366


Chascomus:

1. Baptisms 1882-1884 (533 images ) contain Georgia USA death certificates - numbers 3145 in Crisp county (Mary Grant died on 5 Feb 1938) to 3645 Fulton county (Howard Hays died on 11 Feb 1938)

Bautismos 1882-1884
           VAULT INTL Film 692304

 


 

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