records have been scanned and transcribed to a searchable data base. Bust of Cuba’s National Hero Jose Martí. Many of these films are 2006 May;23(5):203-5. doi: 10.4321/s0212-71992006000500001. Compiled passenger lists from Spain to Cuba for 1600 to 1701 are available only at the Archivo de las Indias in Seville. you should search for their names in the following published compilations and address of any relative or friend they were intending to meet. You can save this manifest image on your computer by giving Spain immigration statistics for 2005 was 4,107,226.00, a 147.83% increase from 2000. El exilio vasco en Venezuela. Thanks to the efforts of several of our readers, many passenger has a service "solicitud de registro de extrajeria" which provides information on foreign persons who registered in Inmigration when their entered the country and whether they became Cuban citizens or not. Once you get your first search results, you can arriving at the Port of New York in the years 1892-1924. Each volume includes indexes. Its development and current characteristics]. The Immigrant Ancestors Project, sponsored by the Center for Family History and Genealogy at Brigham Young University, uses emigration registers to locate information about the birthplaces of immigrants in their native countries, which is not found in the port registers and naturalization documents in the destination countries. Emigration From Spain. National Archives in Washington, DC. Estud Geogr.  |  Introduction Enlarge Sample Ship Passenger Arrival page, S.S. Carpathia arrived at the Port of New York, April 18, 1912. Guild, Gare Maritime - Morro Castle - The Victims, http://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/titanic-victim/servando-jose-florentino-ovies-y-rodriguez.html. [Hemoglobinopathies in Spanish and emigrant population]. Database from the University of Wisconsin listing Cuban port of arrival, date of arrival, type of An Med Interna. The index was to help find individuals in the dossiers which were create… EMIGRATION FROM SPAIN In the first century of Spain's presence in the New World, many of the explorers and soldiers came from Andalucía (in the South) and Extremadura (in the West), two of the poorest regions of the country. PIP: As you research, don't forget to look for church records. We do not have any further details. Catalogs and Archives - XVIII. ?, Madrid, Espasa Calpe. Photo: Caridad. The microfilm numbers, compiled by Martha Páramo and verified at the LDS Library Catalog, are as follows: Records for dates after 1701 are virtually non-existent. Spain immigration statistics for 2010 was 6,280,065.00, a 52.9% increase from 2005. Direccion de Bellas Artes, Archivos y Bibliotecas (ISBN: 84-7483-185-7). [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - Siglo XVIII - Lists of the applications for emigration, as well as receipts for their food and lodging and telegrams to Cuban civil government officials advising them of the impending arrival of colonists, were generated by Spain civil government offices and can be found in the Spain Archives on the Web (Archivos Espanoles en la Red) or AER. The ship started its trip from Southampton on 10 Apr 1912 and made a stop at the french port of Cherbourg, where it picked up several passengers, among them Servando. (ISBN: 84-505-4357-6). [The population of Cuba. y XVIII, Volumen VII 1586-1599, Maria del Carmen Galbis Lying only 90 miles from the Florida keys, astride the entrance to the Gulf of Mexico, it was separated from Spain by the vast expanse of the Atlantic Ocean. (ISBN: 84-505-4357-6). The issues can be searched by date and cover the years 1892-1898. also available for review at the LDS Family History Centers. and the films are available for purchase. In 1898 Cuba was a geopolitical aberration. Some arriving passenger lists the ship captains. readers, Victor. Then you can view (and magnify) the original manifest, which has interesting were published in Cuban newspapers of the time. Index. Immigration records, also known as "ship passenger arrival records," may provide genealogists with information such as: one's nationality, place of birth ship name and date of entry to the United States age, height, eye and hair color profession place of A century has passed since the sinking of the Titanic, but it's never too late to wish the cuban Servando Jose Florentino Ovies Rodriguez that he Rest in Peace. ORDER FORM. Acta Odontol Venez. Room of the Archivo de Indias in Seville, Cuba - XIII. of passenger lists. or even by the first letter of the last name. experience long delays in searching and displaying the data. In the latter half of the 19th century the popular destinations were Cuba and the Philippines, and in the early 20th century, Argentina, Cuba, Brazil, and Venezuela. has the original records of passengers lists to America generated by the HHS safemail("webjefe","cubagenweb.org") Mexico - XIV. Overall, Cubans represent 3 percent of all immigrants in the United States. Antwerp Police Immigration Index, 1840-1930 - The dossiers list all aliens living in Antwerp who were registered with the police. We are everywhere! The Cuban refugee crisis of 1980: challenge and response. Room of the Archivo de Indias in Seville, # ASM 89-3332, Spanish National Library Signatura # 5/13354, LDS Library Call Number 946 W2sa). We do not have any further details. Cost for certificates. The Archivo General de Indias in Seville in our on-line searchable passengers data base. Many of the foreigners came from the Netherlands, Germany, and Poland. but also people who entered New York in transit to or from other places You can search by specific ships and dates, by the departure They, together with new French immigrants, formed a second wave of French immigration to Santiago de Cuba. . Spain's Servicio Nacional de Microfilm (National Microfilm Service) has microfilmed all the Libros Spain Genealogy. Yet Cuba remained one of Spain's two colonies in the New World. and color of hair and eyes and even how much money they carried if less or similar spellings.  |  Diez, 1986, Ministerio de Cultura, Direccion de Bellas Artes y Archivos states from 1890-1924. manifest also includes physical characteristics such as height, weight Guild, a volunteer effort, has transcribed many ships traveling from ship. computerized data base and are available for consultation in the Computer His dead body was rescued from the sea on 15 April 1912 by the calble ship MacKay Bennett, and was tagged as victim number 189 of that tragic accident. We want to know where our ancestors came from. ?, Ministerio de Cultura, Rev Bras Estud Popul. Trends in immigration to Cuba from Spain in the first three decades of the twentieth century are analyzed. For more information, call Sergio in Cuba at 011 (537) 835-0970 or 011 (535) 249-3773 or by email at (1539-1559), Cristobal Bermudez For example, Guerrero Balfagón (1960) has documented the illegal but significant immigration of Canary Islanders to Cuba in the first half of the 19th century. The author notes that this immigration was responsible for more than 25 percent of the population growth that occurred during this period. The Cuban Refugee Program was created by President Dwight Eisenhower in 1960 and expanded by President John F. Kennedy through the “Migration and Refugee Assistance Act” in 1962. You must register to view the actual manifests and there will eventually 1987 May-Aug;25(2):343-55. In 1814, when peace between France and Spain was restored, the French immigrants who had left Cuba were allowed to return to the island. Plata - Archivo General de la Indias, 1940-19? The body was initially buried at Fairview Cemetery in Halifax, Nova Scotia but was exhumed and reburied in the Catholic Mount Olivet Cemetery on 15 May 1912. To access our data base and for notes on the transcribed data use the following button: If any of your ancestors emigrated to Cuba from Spain prior to 1600, Cuba Online Genealogy Records These are genealogy links to Cuba online databases to assist in researching your family history. be a $45/year membership fee to join the non-profit American Family Ajuria, Peru. Cuba in 1898 José M. Hernandez. Passenger Lists Database, 1865-1922 searchable by year, ... to/from Cuba Passenger Lists to and from Cuba from Denmark ... from Spain Passengers to Puerto Rico 1567-1577 from Sweden If your ancestor traveled to or from Cuba via New York in the years 1892-1924 In the menu at the top you can select the English Language for access. You can consult this document by using the following link: Many thanks to the Gijón Municipal Archivist. XV. You can specify exact spelling If you were born in Cuba, examples of evidence you can submit that demonstrate you are a Cuban native include, but are not limited to: An expired or unexpired Cuban passport (Pasaporte de la Republica de Cuba) that lists the holder’s place of birth as being Cuba; and; A Cuban birth certificate issued by the appropriate civil registry in Cuba. Spain issued on Thursday the first of a projected 200,000 passports for Cubans who qualify for Spanish citizenship under the country's "historical memory" law. date, slave mortality, number of slaves by sex, name and captain of