Barceloneta, Puerto Rico Genealogy
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Guide to Municipality of Barceloneta family history and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history, and military records.
Founded July 1, 1881 by Immigrant, Don Bonocio Lienze Feliu, Barceloneta ("Little Barcelone") was one of the last municipalities created by the Spanish Government in Puerto Rico. Around 1900, Barceloneta was annexed into town of Manati. Eleven years later, the government reinstated Barceloneta as a municipality. Population of 24,800. 
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- Puerto Rico, Civil Registration, 1805-2001, index, incomplete
- Puerto Rico, Civil Registrations, 1885-2001, index, incomplete
- Puerto Rico, Civil Registration, Barceloneta, browse images
- Puerto Rico Births and Baptisms, 1938-1947 — index
Until the church records of this municipality are digitized and published online, write to the local Catholic Church for records prior to 1876. To find the address of the local parish, consult the Catholic Directory. For help with writing your letter or e-mail, use the Letter Writing Guide for Genealogy. If it seems that the priest would prefer to correspond in Spanish, use the Spanish Letter Writing Guide.
Search the 1910, 1920, 1930, and 1940 census records for information about your Puerto Rican ancestors who were there during that time period. Click here to go to the Puerto Rico Census Page
- Wikipedia contributors, "Barceloneta, Puerto Rico," Wikipedia, The Free Encylopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barceloneta,_Puerto_Rico, accessed 12/15/20.