July 23, 2017

Digitized Maunabo San Isidro Labrador Records 1800 - 1935

Many of the municipalities and towns names in Puerto Rico originate from the indigenous people that populated the island, the Tainos.  Their history and existence can be found throughout the island.  The majority of people who identify their ancestry to the island are now discovering through DNA that almost all of us have connection to this tribe that existed on the island.  Those that come from mountainous regions of the island are more likely to have features or resemblance to those that once populated the island.

Maunabo can be found in a remote mountainous region of the island and for the most part holds onto its old colonial ways.  The available church records are limited to only baptism and marriage records.  If you research the history of this municipality, you'll know where to look next.  I discovered people that were enslaved in this municipality that were baptized.  The breakdown is as follows:

Baptisms Books



Marriages Books


The following 13 images are loose pages at the back of another book. You can flip this first image by using the icon to the right of the screen under "Tools". Use the "Turn to the Left" a couple of times to right the image.  The images run from 1895 to 1900 and are not in any order:


The following 4 images are loose pages at the back of another book:

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