Dominican Republic Civil Registration (FamilySearch Historical Records)/Known Issues

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'''Question #1''': When searching El Seybo, Santa Cruz del Seybo, Nacimientos 1883-1884, 1893-1902 images 397 has a note saying pages are missing. Are those pages available?<br>'''Answer #1''': These pages are missing from the original record and are not available on FamilySearch.
  
'''Question #1''': When searching El Seybo, Santa Cruz del Seybo, Nacimientos 1883-1884, 1893-1902 images 397 has a note saying pages are missing. Are those pages available?<br>'''Answer #1''': These pages are missing from the original record and are not available on FamilySearch.<br>Question #2: Are the records found when searching El Seybo, Santa Cruz del Seybo, Nacimientos 1883-1884, 1893-1902 birth records or marriage records?
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'''Question #2''': Are the records found when searching El Seybo, Santa Cruz del Seybo, Nacimientos 1883-1884, 1893-1902 birth records or marriage records? <br>'''Answer&nbsp;#2''': Images 398-519 are birth records that were executed to serve the additional purpose of establishing the legitimacy of the births. A 1944 reformation of the law regarding civil registration includes a fine for parents who do not register their children within 30 days. Prior to that time, it was not uncommon to create a birth record for a child or even an older individual by having the parents and witnesses certify after the fact that the child was indeed legitimately born to the parents. The difficulty in reading these documents and their similarity to marriage entries make these legitimate child entries look very much like marriage entries.  
 
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'''Question #2''': Images 398-519 are birth records that were executed to serve the additional purpose of establishing the legitimacy of the births. A 1944 reformation of the law regarding civil registration includes a fine for parents who do not register their children within 30 days. Prior to that time, it was not uncommon to create a birth record for a child or even an older individual by having the parents and witnesses certify after the fact that the child was indeed legitimately born to the parents. The difficulty in reading these documents and their similarity to marriage entries make these legitimate child entries look very much like marriage entries.
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'''Question #3''': Are all of the records in Santiago, Santiago de los Caballeros, Matrimonios 1887-1900 marriage records?<br>'''Answer #3''': Images 193-347 are Defunciones (Death) records for the dates June 1899 through October 1900.<br><br>If you encounter additional problems with this collection, feel free to e-mail us at [mailto:support@familysearch.org support@familysearch.org ]. Please include the following information: <br>• The name of this collection.<br>• If browsing this collection, please include the full path you followed to where the problem occurs. Example: '''Dominican Republic Civil Registration, 1801-2006''', click on '''San Juan''', then '''El Cercado''', then '''Defunciones 1919-1921''', and then '''Image 5'''.<br>• If you are reporting a technical issue, please include your operating system and browser version (i.e. Windows XP, Internet Explorer 8)<br>
 
'''Question #3''': Are all of the records in Santiago, Santiago de los Caballeros, Matrimonios 1887-1900 marriage records?<br>'''Answer #3''': Images 193-347 are Defunciones (Death) records for the dates June 1899 through October 1900.<br><br>If you encounter additional problems with this collection, feel free to e-mail us at [mailto:support@familysearch.org support@familysearch.org ]. Please include the following information: <br>• The name of this collection.<br>• If browsing this collection, please include the full path you followed to where the problem occurs. Example: '''Dominican Republic Civil Registration, 1801-2006''', click on '''San Juan''', then '''El Cercado''', then '''Defunciones 1919-1921''', and then '''Image 5'''.<br>• If you are reporting a technical issue, please include your operating system and browser version (i.e. Windows XP, Internet Explorer 8)<br>
  
 
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[[Dominican Republic Civil Registration (FamilySearch Historical Records)|Click here]] to return to the Wiki Learn More page for this collection, or [https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=http://hr-search-api:8080/searchapi/search/collection/1619814 click here] to go to the Dominican Republic Civil Registration collection @ FamilySearch.org.  
 
[[Dominican Republic Civil Registration (FamilySearch Historical Records)|Click here]] to return to the Wiki Learn More page for this collection, or [https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=http://hr-search-api:8080/searchapi/search/collection/1619814 click here] to go to the Dominican Republic Civil Registration collection @ FamilySearch.org.  
  
 
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                           Known Issues

Question #1: When searching El Seybo, Santa Cruz del Seybo, Nacimientos 1883-1884, 1893-1902 images 397 has a note saying pages are missing. Are those pages available?
Answer #1: These pages are missing from the original record and are not available on FamilySearch.

Question #2: Are the records found when searching El Seybo, Santa Cruz del Seybo, Nacimientos 1883-1884, 1893-1902 birth records or marriage records?
Answer #2: Images 398-519 are birth records that were executed to serve the additional purpose of establishing the legitimacy of the births. A 1944 reformation of the law regarding civil registration includes a fine for parents who do not register their children within 30 days. Prior to that time, it was not uncommon to create a birth record for a child or even an older individual by having the parents and witnesses certify after the fact that the child was indeed legitimately born to the parents. The difficulty in reading these documents and their similarity to marriage entries make these legitimate child entries look very much like marriage entries.

Question #3: Are all of the records in Santiago, Santiago de los Caballeros, Matrimonios 1887-1900 marriage records?
Answer #3: Images 193-347 are Defunciones (Death) records for the dates June 1899 through October 1900.

If you encounter additional problems with this collection, feel free to e-mail us at support@familysearch.org . Please include the following information:
• The name of this collection.
• If browsing this collection, please include the full path you followed to where the problem occurs. Example: Dominican Republic Civil Registration, 1801-2006, click on San Juan, then El Cercado, then Defunciones 1919-1921, and then Image 5.
• If you are reporting a technical issue, please include your operating system and browser version (i.e. Windows XP, Internet Explorer 8)


Click here to return to the Wiki Learn More page for this collection, or click here to go to the Dominican Republic Civil Registration collection @ FamilySearch.org.