July 16, 2017

Adjuntas Digitized Church Records 1812 - 1952

The municipality of Adjuntas is north of Yauco and was established 1815.  The municipality exists off a mountainside.  The area is known for its cooler temperatures and was once part of the Coamo.  The church for this municipality when it was established is San Joaquin.  Most of the Baptism books have Indexes either in the front or the back of the books. The baptism records are complete. I was surprised to not see books for freed blacks or those in slavery.  The digitized church records are as follows:

Book of Baptisms from 1815 thru 1921





Books of Marriages 1815 - 1921


Books of Confirmations 1829 - 1923


Book of Deaths

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2 comments:

  1. Anna, thank you sooo much for your hard work in putting these records in chronological order. This will help my search for my Torres ancestors. I've been waiting for years for these records to be online and finally I can search them more efficiently because of your hard work. Thank you again! Looking forward to Ponce records. :)

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    1. You're most welcome and hope you can successfully trace your Torres line.

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