Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Los registros parroquiales de México en el Internet (Record Search)

Hace dos o tres semanas estuve en mi oficina ayudando un amigo mio con una consulta de investigación. Mi amigo buscaba un antepasado (Charles Chapa) que nacio en California (USA) en 1921, pero sus padres Pedro Chapa y Clicena Puente) y hermana (Clotilde) nacieron en Mexico. Hice una búsqueda en Record Search en los bautismos de México (se llama: Mexico Baptisms 1700-1900). Busque por Clotilde Chapa que nacio en 1911. Encontré lo siguiente:

Name: Clotilde Chapa
Gender: Female
Christening date: 05 Nov 1911
Christening place: Santa Eulalia, Aquiles Serdán, Chihuahua, Mexico
Residence: Aquiles Serdán, Chihuahua, Mexico
Birth date: 10 Aug 1911
Birth place:
Death date:
Name note:
Race or color (expanded):
Father name: Pedro Chapa
Father birth place:
Age of father:
Mother name: Clicena Puente
Mother birth place:
Mother age:
Paternal grandfather name: Esteban Chapa
Paternal grandmother name: Ysidora Gonzales
Maternal grandfather name: Nestor Peunte
Maternal grandmother name: Maria De Jesus Rico
Batch number: C60059-3
Date range:
Record group: Mexico-EASy
Film number: 162591
Collection: Mexico Baptisms 1700-1900

Quiero anotar un par de cosas:
  • Las colecciones de bautismos, matrimonios, y defunciones no representan parroquias ni rollos completos. Las colecciones son registros que han sido indexados por voluntarios por los ultimos trienta años (mas o menos). Llamamos las colecciones 'Swiss Cheese' (queso suizo) por los tantos hoyos. Seguro FamilySearch tendra una manera para indicar lo que esta en las diferente colecciones.
  • Yo se que el titúlo dice que 'Baptisms 1700-1900' pero el registro que encontré era de 1911. 1911 no es entre los años 1700 a 1900, que pasa? La verdad es que la mayoria de los registros son de los años 1700 a 1900. Que piensan Uds., debe FamilySearch cambiar el titulo?
  • De los resultados - la linea que se llama 'Residence' fue creado por FamilySearch para que los usarios puedan hacer búsquedas por lugar.
  • No todos los registros contienen los abuelos pero los que fueron extraidos ya estan disponibles. Siempre los registros encontrados en las colecciones asi debe mirar al documento original, porque muchas veces el original tiene mas informacion.
  • La colección parece como queso suizo, pero es el mejor y mas grande colección de México en el Internet. Entre las colecciones hay mas que 23 registros que contienen casi 75 milliones nombres.
Por el momento solo los registros de México estan en linea, pero en 2009 otros paises van a tener colecciones similares - paciencia todo en tiempo.


Anonymous said...

Cual sería la próxima Diocesis Española en ser públicada en Record Search?


Anonymous said...

hola queria saber si me podrian ayudar a encontrar registros de inmigrante que venian de italia que entraron a mexico, d.f, entre el año de 1900 con el apellido Galeazzi( o el nombre de Antonio Galeazzi)???

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