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<center>''The Brazil Research Tips and Strategies page consists of links to specific research strategies for Brazil. It also contains general tips and other resources for finding your ancestors in this locality.''</center><br>
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=== Brazil Research Strategies  ===
 
=== Brazil Research Strategies  ===
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[https://familysearch.org/ask/learningViewer/64 Brazil Beginning Research]<br>
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[[Brazilian Research: Getting Started|Getting Started]] <br>
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[[Brazil How to Guides|"How to" Guides]]<br>
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[[Portuguese Genealogical Word List]]<br>
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[https://familysearch.org/ask/learningViewer/54 Reading Portuguese Handwritten Records"]<br>
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[https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/list?fcs=placeId%3A1927159&ec=region%3ASOUTH_AMERICA%2CplaceId%3A1927159 Record Collections Available at FamilySearch for Brazil]
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[[Brazilian Research: Getting Started|Getting Started in Brazil Research]]  
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=== Brazil Research Tips  ===
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*'''Birth, Marriage, and Death Information:''' There was no government-mandated record of birth, marriage, or death until 1850, where the Catholic Church was required to keep the birth and death records for the government. The Catholic Church continued to do so until 1870, where n the records were moved to the Justice of the peace.<br> Prior to that date, all such events were recorded by the Catholic Church. [[Brazil Church Records|Learn more about Brazil Catholic Church Records.]]
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*'''Finding Parents:''' [[Brazil Church Records|Catholic church records]] frequently recorded the parents and grandparents of the person being baptized or married. This tradition was carried into [[Brazil Civil Registration|civil registration records]].
  
[https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Brazil_research_outline Brazil Research Outline]
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== Brazil Record Finder  ==
  
[https://familysearch.org/search/collection/list#page=1&countryId=1927159 All Record Collections Available at FamilySearch for Brazil]  
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This Record Finder is designed to help you determine the best record to search for the type of information you are looking for. For a more complete list, visit [[Portugal Record Finder|Portugal Record Finder]].
 
 
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=== Brazil Research Tips  ===
 
  
FamilySearch Tutorial in [https://familysearch.org/learningcenter/results.html?q=*&fq=place%3A%22Portugal%22 Reading Portuguese Handwritten Records]  
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FamilySearch Tutorial in [https://familysearch.org/learningcenter/results.html?q=*&fq=place%3A%22Latin%20America%22 Latin American Research]  
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== Further Brazil Research ==
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For more research in Brazil, including research at the district level, visit the [[Brazil Genealogy|Brazil]] page on the Wiki.
  
[[Category:Brazil]][[Category:Locality_Research Tips and Strategies]]
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[[Category:Brazil Research Guidance‏‎]]
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[[Category:Research Tips and Strategies]]

Latest revision as of 16:54, 1 July 2020

Brazil Research Topics
Brazil flag
Beginning Research
Record Types
Brazil Background
Cultural Groups
Local Research Resources
Moderator
The FamilySearch moderator for Brazil is Giuseppe Martinengo

Purpose of Research Tips and Strategies Wiki Page

The Brazil Research Tips and Strategies page consists of links to specific research strategies for Brazil. It also contains general tips and other resources for finding your ancestors in this locality.



Brazil Research Strategies[edit | edit source]

Brazil Beginning Research
Getting Started
"How to" Guides
Portuguese Genealogical Word List
Reading Portuguese Handwritten Records"
Record Collections Available at FamilySearch for Brazil

Brazil Research Tips[edit | edit source]

  • Birth, Marriage, and Death Information: There was no government-mandated record of birth, marriage, or death until 1850, where the Catholic Church was required to keep the birth and death records for the government. The Catholic Church continued to do so until 1870, where n the records were moved to the Justice of the peace.
    Prior to that date, all such events were recorded by the Catholic Church. Learn more about Brazil Catholic Church Records.
  • Finding Parents: Catholic church records frequently recorded the parents and grandparents of the person being baptized or married. This tradition was carried into civil registration records.

Brazil Record Finder[edit | edit source]

This Record Finder is designed to help you determine the best record to search for the type of information you are looking for. For a more complete list, visit Portugal Record Finder.

What you are looking for: Try these records first: Other useful records:
Age Church Records, Civil Registration Census, Emigration and Immigration
Birth date and birthplace Church Records, Civil Registration Emigration and Immigration
Death information Church Records, Civil Registration Newspapers, Cemeteries
Marriage information Church Records, Civil Registration Census,
Emigration information Emigration and Immigration Census, Biography, Naturalization and Citizenship
Parents, children, and other family members Church Records, Civil Registration, Directories Newspapers, Biography, Court Records
Language helps Word List, Handwriting Brazil Language and Languages

Further Brazil Research[edit | edit source]

For more research in Brazil, including research at the district level, visit the Brazil page on the Wiki.