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FamilySearch has online digital records, searchable databases, and microfilm records for millions of people with Hispanic ancestors. Online digital Hispanic records are added almost weekly and are listed by country in FamilySearch Record Search . Online database record sets are searchable through FamilySearch Advanced Search. Microfilm Hispanic civil and church records are listed by country in the Family History Library Catalog and may be ordered and viewed at a Family History Center near you. Mexico CENTRAL_SOUTH_AMERICA
FamilySearch Record Search
FamilySearch > Advanced Search (click to search for your Ancestors by database record sets)
Search for your Ancestors in All or any one of the following record sets: Ancestral File; Census; International Genealogical Index; Pedigree Resource File; US Social Security Death Index; Vital Records Index; and Family History Websites.
Family History Library Catalog (https://www.familysearch.org/search click] to search by country for the microfilmed civil and church Hispanic records listed in the Catalog and at the bottom of the catalog page)
These microfilm records may be ordered and viewed at Family History Center near you.
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Several websites are particularly useful for Hispanic genealogy research:
Family History Library Catalog
Search for civil and church records that FamilySearch has microfilmed.
Website is currently in English.
PARES – Portal de Archivos Españoles
Search for ancestors in various archives of Spain.
Website is in Spanish.
Hispanic Genealogy blog
Provides research tips, latest news, and links related to Hispanic genealogy.
Website is in English and Spanish.
Hispanic Genealogy Presentations
The 2007 Hispanic Genealogy Conference at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City are no longer available However the following videos are a FamilySearch:
1.Crossing the Frontera If your ancestor crossed the U.S. border from Mexico between 1895 and 1957, you may want to try searching for him or her in Border Crossing records. This class will give you a little background information about the records and their content. It will also show you how they can be used to identify your ancestor’s home town in Mexico. The class includes a case study and important search tips and techniques.
3.U.S. Hispanic Immigrants: Finding their Place of Origin This class will give you some ideas of different record types you can use to help identify the country of origin for your Hispanic ancestor who came to the U. S. The examples used in the class are mainly for immigrants who came in the late 1800s and 1900s but the principles are applicable for those who came earlier as well.
4.Que paso con el IGI? in Spanish
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