January 25, 2017

Brazil Digitized Civil Records

This is my third post on Brazil, however it is about many different type of records that are available online. 

The records on Brazil are extensive and the best part is that they are available for free to review.  Since they make the records available at no charge, I ask that you volunteer for one of the many projects they have to help others in their research.  To help, simply click on the Indexing link at the top of the website. 

So now back to Brazil, these links are descriptive below and go beyond just civil records.  The  miscellaneous records for Rio Grande do Sul contain marriage records as well as court records.  This is a goldmine of information as it has close to 3 million records for those of you researching your ancestry in such a large country.  As previously posted on prior posts, visit http://www.genealogianuestra.com/2017/01/where-to-find-church-records-for-us.html to understand how to view the records, it's an easy to follow tutorial.

So now that you have viewed the above post, here are the digitized images for church records throughout Brazil.  Hopefully you read my prior post for Brazil.

Desktop:  To see other blog posts for your island or country, click on the menu that appears at the top right of this post. It will take you to the page containing posts for your island or country.


Mobile Devices (Smartphone & Tablets):  To see other blog posts for your island or country, at the top of the page, click on the "Most Recent Post", a popup menu will appear, select an option. It will take you to the page containing posts for your island or country.


Many of these links have searchable databases so I recommend that you use both options. 

If you're looking for ancestors that entered the country at some point in time, here are some records for different States in Brazil.

Here are some burial records that are available online:


Finally last but far from minimizing them, the following are civil registration records available.  

I hope this post is helpful in your research in Brazil.








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