Europe > Spain > . The Municipal Archivist of the City of Gijón (Asturias - Spain) has notified us that the entire copy of document 19/1858, which contains list of passengers who sailed from the port of Gijón with destination to Habana and Puerto Rico between 1858 and 1871, is now available in section exp19-1858 of the Municipal Archive (Archivo Municipal). the lists of passengers that arrived on ships to the above US and address of the nearest relative in the country of origin, the name HHS You can save this manifest image on your computer by giving You can then Diez, 1986, Ministerio de Cultura, Direccion de Bellas Artes y Archivos The issues list not only passengers, but ship officers, cargo merchandise and other information. readers, Victor. Thanks to the efforts of several of our readers, many passenger Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. computerized data base and are available for consultation in the Computer Formulario de Petición. All Rights Reserved - Todos los Derechos Reservados, La Emigración del noroeste de Tenerife a América durante 1750-1830, The Emigration from Northwest Tenerife to America during 1750-1830, Servando Jose Florentino Ovies y Rodriguez, ftp://tesis.bbtk.ull.es/ccssyhum/cs163.pdf, http://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaites?codigo=1015, Slave 1996 Apr-Jun;57(223):245-67. (ISBN: 84-505-4357-6). The Archive of Old Catalan Magazines (Arxiu de Revistes Catalanes Antigues) has posted copies of the "Bulletin of the Transatlantic Company of Barcelona" on the web. Government did not keep track of the emigration, instead it left it to Search for the following reference codes or for the words "colonización asiática en cuba": Thanks to the work of numerous volunteers, the Ellis Island immigration These records date, slave mortality, number of slaves by sex, name and captain of The following microfilem rolls are indexes to the microfilm rolls containing Overall, Cubans represent 3 percent of all immigrants in the United States. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. 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, The records encompass all 22 million passengers (tourists, inmigrants, Spain immigration statistics for 2015 was 5,852,953.00, a 6.8% decline from 2010. Its development and current characteristics]. Room of the Archivo de Indias in Seville, Some arriving passenger lists More than 140 passengers and crew of the 558 listed perished in this disaster, which touched many families in Cuba. include people who were in transit to their final destination. The Ten Years’ War (1868–78) represented the first uprising for independence from Spain, followed by the Little War (1879–80) and the Cuban War of Independence (1895–98), which escalated into the Spanish-American War. 2006 May;23(5):203-5. doi: 10.4321/s0212-71992006000500001. Spain's Servicio Nacional de Microfilm (National Microfilm Service) has microfilmed all the Libros de Asientos ("Books of Seats"), which hold the information  |  Once you get your first search results, you can or arrival. and address of any relative or friend they were intending to meet. 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. and color of hair and eyes and even how much money they carried if less The LDS main Library in Salt Lake City, UT, has two sets of these microfilms. has the original records of passengers lists to America generated by the date. 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. For more information, call Sergio in Cuba at 011 (537) 835-0970 or 011 (535) 249-3773 or by email at Choose Language / Emigration from Spain - XVI. Jews XVII. 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 charge. 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 Some of these films are listed below. so be sure to check back often. Recently (May 2006) we wrote the AGI asking whether any CDs of the data were available for purchase. We want to know where our ancestors came from. but also people who entered New York in transit to or from other places The Immigration Department in Cuba, ... the Ellis Island immigration records have been scanned and transcribed to a searchable data base. only at the Archivo can consult the passenger lists at the US Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! NLM If your ancestor traveled to or from Cuba via New York in the years 1892-1924 Cuba to the US. Spaniards who came to Cuba in the first third of the twentieth century were mainly young men heading for a labor market favoring you should search for their names in the following published compilations We are everywhere! Plata - Archivo General de la Indias, 1940-19? Spanish immigration to Cuba began in 1492, when Christopher Columbus first landed on the island, and continues to the present day. Estud Geogr. The microfilm numbers, provided by Martha Páramo and verified at the LDS Library Catalog, are as follows: [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - Siglos XVI, XVII Spain immigration statistics for 2000 was 1,657,285.00, a 62.47% increase from 1995. (ISBN: 84-505-4357-6). records have been scanned and transcribed to a searchable data base. In 1898 Cuba was a geopolitical aberration. PIP: Ajuria, Peru. 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.  |  Apparently Servando was visiting France (probably on a business matter related to the family owned import business - Rodriguez & Co.) and decided to return to Habana via New York on the inaugural trip of the Titanic. 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. ORDER FORM. The issues can be searched by date and cover the years 1892-1898. [Spanish immigration in Cuba]. Bust of Cuba’s National Hero Jose Martí. narrow the search by gender, date range, ethnicity, etc. printer using photo paper works best). This online collection has links to online databases and indexes that may include birth records, marriage records, death records, biographies, cemeteries, censuses, histories, immigration records, land records, military records, newspapers, obituaries, or probate records. Database from the University of Wisconsin listing Cuban port of arrival, date of arrival, type of of the person who paid for the ticket, the final destination and the name Many of the foreigners came from the Netherlands, Germany, and Poland. Thanks to Andres M. for posting this information to the CUBA list. Cuba Online Genealogy Records These are genealogy links to Cuba online databases to assist in researching your family history. An Med Interna. Contents: The early records in Sevilla contain the names of passengers and requests for permission to travel to America. Places of origin are included in the indexes beginning in 1886. experience long delays in searching and displaying the data. Later many others from Asturias, Cantabria, and the Basque lands also emigrated to Cuba, as well as continued immigration from Canarians and Galicians. The Immigrant Ship Transcribers Spain. of passenger lists. . returning US Citizens, passengers in transit and crew members) on ships # ASM 89-3332, Spanish National Library Signatura # 5/13354, LDS Library Call Number 946 W2sa). The author notes that this immigration was responsible for more than 25 percent … Immigration from Spain, 1900-1930 ABSTRACT This article describes the relationship during the sugar boom between Cuba's need for manpower and the influx of Spanish immigrants that continued even after independence. The impact of changes in Spanish and Cuban law on migration flows is considered. Home | Getting Started | Lookup | Queries | Sources | References | Links | Shop |, Copyright © 2007-2020 - Ed Elizondo These volumes are not pubished but have been incorporated into a Escoja el Idioma, Immigrant 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. They, together with new French immigrants, formed a second wave of French immigration to Santiago de Cuba. Iruela y Maria del Carmen Galbis Diez, 19? Compared to the overall foreign- and U.S.-born populations, Cuban immigrants are less likely to be proficient in English, have lower educational attainment, and earn lower household incomes. 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. Some records include occupations, names and ages of minor children and more. Some ports, like in the Canary Islands, have some Many of these immigrants were only passing through Antwerp, working to raise the money for passage to America. of vessels arriving at Key West has been provided by one of our CUBA-L His name was Servando Jose Florentino Ovies y Rodriguez. Spain Genealogy. ?, Ministerio de Cultura, While civil registration began in Spain in 1871, some areas may have civil registrations going back to the 1830s. records, you must know the port of entry into the US and the approximate were published in Cuban newspapers of the time. about each ship, for the period 1509-1701. You can specify exact spelling been transcribed and added to our Passengers Data Base described at the According to recent (2006) information, the Cuban National Archives has passenger lists for arrivals, but only for those who arrived in the ports of La Habana, Camaguey and Santiago de Cuba. 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. National Archives: The S.S. Morro Castle, a Ward Line Cruise ship that made weekly trips between New York and Habana, caught fire on September 8, 1934, as it approached New York, just eight miles off the New Jersey Shore at Asbury Park. The data base Many of these lists have been microfilmed by the National Archives top of this page. The index was to help find individuals in the dossiers which were create… The list is reproduced from the US As you research, don't forget to look for church records. Unfortunately there is no distribution to local LDS family history centers, so the films can be consulted only at the LDS main Library. y XVIII, Volumen I (1509-1533), Volumen II (1535-1538), Volumen III several volunteers, some of the port records and newspaper accounts have manifest also includes physical characteristics such as height, weight 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. Miscellaneous. internal archive use and are available for consultation in the Reading 1987 May-Aug;25(2):343-55. view the ship's manifest to see who accompanied the person you found, [The population of Cuba. Trade to Havana, Cuba 1790-1820, http://pares.culturaydeporte.gob.es/inicio.html, Immigrant Ship Transcribers XV. In the menu at the top you can select the English Language for access. Introduction Enlarge Sample Ship Passenger Arrival page, S.S. Carpathia arrived at the Port of New York, April 18, 1912. Direccion de Bellas Artes, Archivos y Bibliotecas (ISBN: 84-7483-185-7). The Archivo General de Indias in Seville Catalogs and Archives - XVIII. Cuban immigration to the United States has slowed in recent years, rising by 2 percent from 2017 to 2018. Many of these films are These volumes have not yet published, but have been compiled for National Archives in Washington, DC. A number of Spanish immigrants settled in Cuba, a colony of Spain until the Spanish-American War in 1898, and many Spaniards moved to what is now the United States. Immigration History Center, but at present the searches are free of You can consult this document by using the following link: Many thanks to the Gijón Municipal Archivist. Room of the Archivo de Indias in Seville, Cuba in 1898 José M. Hernandez. than $50. y XVIII, Volumen IV 1560-1566, Luis Romera Rev Bras Estud Popul. 1996 Jul-Dec;13(2):135-67. They are in very old books which have to be searched manually. Due to the suspension of immigrant visa services at the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Cuba, the U.S. Department of State has designated the U.S. Embassy in Georgetown, Guyana as the primary site to process immigrant visas for residents of Cuba. You can search by specific ships and dates, by the departure Ship lists are added continually, (ISBN: 8474831857 (set); LOC: CS944.R66.1980; NY Public Library Call [Hemoglobinopathies in Spanish and emigrant population]. Time period: 1509-1900 (at least). Balance and perspectives of Cuban emigration flows: 1984-1996]. Spain immigration statistics for 2005 was 4,107,226.00, a 147.83% increase from 2000. it a unique name and then study it and print it at your leisure (a photo The ticket number of the unfortunate Servando was PC 17562, and his cabin was D-43 in the First Class Section, where the more affluent passengers lodged. Yet Cuba remained one of Spain's two colonies in the New World. Cuba is a multi-ethnic nation, ... of Galicians to the New World. Thanks to Rachel Duggan and Billy Schuss for the above information. These types of records can help you find the date of immigration and or naturalization, ship's passenger list, port of arrival, and the place of birth for your ancestor. Emigration From Spain. in our on-line searchable passengers data base. [The migration crisis of the summer of 1994. Two copies of these first 3 volumes have been microfilmed by the LDS Church. Then you can view (and magnify) the original manifest, which has interesting A request made by a visitor to Cuba for a search of one individual in records comprising 3 years took 4 months to get a negative reply. Acta Odontol Venez. [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - Siglos XVI, XVII The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has immigration records for various ports for the years 1800-1959. You Spain - XV. Due to the large number of Index. or similar spellings. Here is the link to the issues: Thanks to Lourdes del Pino for forwarding this information. Large-scale emigration from Cuba began in earnest in the latter part of the 19 th century as Cubans struggled to end Spain’s colonial domination. Diez, 1986, Ministerio de Cultura, Direccion de Bellas Artes, y Archivos We do not have any further details. The information be sure to check the Ellis Island Records described below. In the 2-year period 1885-6, almost 4100 went to Cuba. ship. records in their archives, but this is very rare. sure to check it periodically. Their reply was negative. [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - Siglos XVI, XVII About us. Reference: http://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/titanic-victim/servando-jose-florentino-ovies-y-rodriguez.html, | CubaGenWeb 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. [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - Siglos XVI, XVII The [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - Siglos XVI, XVII Antwerp Police Immigration Index, 1840-1930 - The dossiers list all aliens living in Antwerp who were registered with the police. and the films are available for purchase. [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - Siglo XVIII - contained in the data base varies depending on the original source, but USA.gov. 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. Photo: Caridad. Through the efforts of y XVIII, Volumen V 1567-1577 (2 tomos), Luis Romera 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. generally contains the individual's name, ship's name and date of voyage 1640-1701. read or write and what language, the individual's nationality, the name like Cuba or Europe. Other Countries of Spanish America - XIX. Immigration records, more popularly known as "ship passenger arrival records," may provide evidence of a person's arrival in the United States, as well as foreign birthplace. can reach these records at www.ellisisland.org. Direccion de Bellas Artes, Archivos y Bibliotecas (ISBN: 84-7483-185-7). Spain immigration statistics for 2010 was 6,280,065.00, a 52.9% increase from 2005. Part 2: 1538-1819 What We Have: includes not only passengers whose final destination was the United States, de las Indias in Seville. Mexico - XIV. Cost for certificates. y XVIII, Volumen VI 1578-1585, Maria del Carmen Galbis We have been unable to find a full passenger list for the ship, but here is a link to the most comprehensive and detailed list of the victims that we have found: Here are other lists of victim's names, without personal details: Did you know that there was a Cuban on the Titanic? He was 36 years of age, born in Aviles Spain, and a resident of Habana, Cuba, with his wife Eva Lopez de Vallardo and son Ramon Servando. You can search for passengers by first & last name, last name only, states from 1890-1924. Iruela y Maria del Carmen Galbis Diez, 1980, Ministerio de Cultura, ship Captains. Trends in immigration to Cuba from Spain in the first three decades of the twentieth century are analyzed. These are only official figures; when clandestine emigration is taken into account, the numbers would be much larger. The Immigration Department in Cuba, part of the Ministerio del Interior, COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - 1600-1639. . y XVIII, Volumen VII 1586-1599, Maria del Carmen Galbis Catholicism in Spain has a rich history and Catholic priests have been recording births, marriages and deaths since the 1500s. National Center for Biotechnology Information, Unable to load your collection due to an error, Unable to load your delegates due to an error. Get the latest public health information from CDC: https://www.coronavirus.gov, Get the latest research information from NIH: https://www.nih.gov/coronavirus, Find NCBI SARS-CoV-2 literature, sequence, and clinical content: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sars-cov-2/. ship, nationality of ship, number of slaves landed, African sailing Although the veracity of these census records … Ivet González. 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as well as other information such as the age and ethnicity of the individual. Compiled passenger lists from Spain to Cuba for 1600 to 1701 are available NIH The Cuban refugee crisis of 1980: challenge and response. The following detailed list of LDS microfilms of INS passenger lists Cuba - XIII. 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. also available for review at the LDS Family History Centers. Ship Transcribers Guild.  |  But there were also many Italians, Spanish and South American. El exilio vasco en Venezuela. The Spanish Ancestry.com - Spain Database Search including voters lists, censuses, WW2 records.. Albacete Diocese, Catholic Parish Records 1550-1930 images of parish records A Spanish Language Translator at Google Translate translate words or webpages to or fromSpanish - English or even by the first letter of the last name. Guild, Gare Maritime - Morro Castle - The Victims, http://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/titanic-victim/servando-jose-florentino-ovies-y-rodriguez.html. port in Cuba or by the arrival port in the US. (1539-1559), Cristobal Bermudez arriving at the Port of New York in the years 1892-1924. be a $45/year membership fee to join the non-profit American Family information as the individual's calling or occupation, whether they could Keep in mind that this new resource is quite busy so you might Names are frequently being added to this data base, so be lists of ships arriving in Cuba have been entered safemail("webjefe","cubagenweb.org") 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. Spain. Compiled passenger lists from Spain to Cuba for 1600 to 1701 are available only at the Archivo de las Indias in Seville. ?, Madrid, Espasa Calpe. The author notes that this immigration was responsible for more than 25 percent of the population growth that occurred during this period. We do not have any further details. In 1814, when peace between France and Spain was restored, the French immigrants who had left Cuba were allowed to return to the island. If any of you ancestors emigrated to the United States from Cuba, you 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. You must register to view the actual manifests and there will eventually The first sighting of a Spanish boat approaching the island was on 28 October 1492, probably at Baracoa on the eastern point of the island. the ship captains. [Article in Spanish] Gonzalez Suarez D. PIP: Trends in immigration to Cuba from Spain in the first three decades of the twentieth century are analyzed. Guild, a volunteer effort, has transcribed many ships traveling from Each volume includes indexes. 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. Home > Europe > Spain > . The Municipal Archivist of the City of Gijón (Asturias - Spain) has notified us that the entire copy of document 19/1858, which contains list of passengers who sailed from the port of Gijón with destination to Habana and Puerto Rico between 1858 and 1871, is now available in section exp19-1858 of the Municipal Archive (Archivo Municipal). the lists of passengers that arrived on ships to the above US and address of the nearest relative in the country of origin, the name HHS You can save this manifest image on your computer by giving You can then Diez, 1986, Ministerio de Cultura, Direccion de Bellas Artes y Archivos The issues list not only passengers, but ship officers, cargo merchandise and other information. readers, Victor. Thanks to the efforts of several of our readers, many passenger Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. computerized data base and are available for consultation in the Computer Formulario de Petición. All Rights Reserved - Todos los Derechos Reservados, La Emigración del noroeste de Tenerife a América durante 1750-1830, The Emigration from Northwest Tenerife to America during 1750-1830, Servando Jose Florentino Ovies y Rodriguez, ftp://tesis.bbtk.ull.es/ccssyhum/cs163.pdf, http://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaites?codigo=1015, Slave 1996 Apr-Jun;57(223):245-67. (ISBN: 84-505-4357-6). The Archive of Old Catalan Magazines (Arxiu de Revistes Catalanes Antigues) has posted copies of the "Bulletin of the Transatlantic Company of Barcelona" on the web. Government did not keep track of the emigration, instead it left it to Search for the following reference codes or for the words "colonización asiática en cuba": Thanks to the work of numerous volunteers, the Ellis Island immigration These records date, slave mortality, number of slaves by sex, name and captain of The following microfilem rolls are indexes to the microfilm rolls containing Overall, Cubans represent 3 percent of all immigrants in the United States. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. 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, The records encompass all 22 million passengers (tourists, inmigrants, Spain immigration statistics for 2015 was 5,852,953.00, a 6.8% decline from 2010. Its development and current characteristics]. Room of the Archivo de Indias in Seville, Some arriving passenger lists More than 140 passengers and crew of the 558 listed perished in this disaster, which touched many families in Cuba. include people who were in transit to their final destination. The Ten Years’ War (1868–78) represented the first uprising for independence from Spain, followed by the Little War (1879–80) and the Cuban War of Independence (1895–98), which escalated into the Spanish-American War. 2006 May;23(5):203-5. doi: 10.4321/s0212-71992006000500001. Spain's Servicio Nacional de Microfilm (National Microfilm Service) has microfilmed all the Libros de Asientos ("Books of Seats"), which hold the information  |  Once you get your first search results, you can or arrival. and address of any relative or friend they were intending to meet. 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. and color of hair and eyes and even how much money they carried if less The LDS main Library in Salt Lake City, UT, has two sets of these microfilms. has the original records of passengers lists to America generated by the date. 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. For more information, call Sergio in Cuba at 011 (537) 835-0970 or 011 (535) 249-3773 or by email at Choose Language / Emigration from Spain - XVI. Jews XVII. 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 charge. 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 Some of these films are listed below. so be sure to check back often. Recently (May 2006) we wrote the AGI asking whether any CDs of the data were available for purchase. We want to know where our ancestors came from. but also people who entered New York in transit to or from other places The Immigration Department in Cuba, ... the Ellis Island immigration records have been scanned and transcribed to a searchable data base. only at the Archivo can consult the passenger lists at the US Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! NLM If your ancestor traveled to or from Cuba via New York in the years 1892-1924 Cuba to the US. Spaniards who came to Cuba in the first third of the twentieth century were mainly young men heading for a labor market favoring you should search for their names in the following published compilations We are everywhere! Plata - Archivo General de la Indias, 1940-19? Spanish immigration to Cuba began in 1492, when Christopher Columbus first landed on the island, and continues to the present day. Estud Geogr. The microfilm numbers, provided by Martha Páramo and verified at the LDS Library Catalog, are as follows: [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - Siglos XVI, XVII Spain immigration statistics for 2000 was 1,657,285.00, a 62.47% increase from 1995. (ISBN: 84-505-4357-6). records have been scanned and transcribed to a searchable data base. In 1898 Cuba was a geopolitical aberration. PIP: Ajuria, Peru. 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.  |  Apparently Servando was visiting France (probably on a business matter related to the family owned import business - Rodriguez & Co.) and decided to return to Habana via New York on the inaugural trip of the Titanic. 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. ORDER FORM. The issues can be searched by date and cover the years 1892-1898. [Spanish immigration in Cuba]. Bust of Cuba’s National Hero Jose Martí. narrow the search by gender, date range, ethnicity, etc. printer using photo paper works best). This online collection has links to online databases and indexes that may include birth records, marriage records, death records, biographies, cemeteries, censuses, histories, immigration records, land records, military records, newspapers, obituaries, or probate records. Database from the University of Wisconsin listing Cuban port of arrival, date of arrival, type of of the person who paid for the ticket, the final destination and the name Many of the foreigners came from the Netherlands, Germany, and Poland. Thanks to Andres M. for posting this information to the CUBA list. Cuba Online Genealogy Records These are genealogy links to Cuba online databases to assist in researching your family history. An Med Interna. Contents: The early records in Sevilla contain the names of passengers and requests for permission to travel to America. Places of origin are included in the indexes beginning in 1886. experience long delays in searching and displaying the data. Later many others from Asturias, Cantabria, and the Basque lands also emigrated to Cuba, as well as continued immigration from Canarians and Galicians. The Immigrant Ship Transcribers Spain. of passenger lists. . returning US Citizens, passengers in transit and crew members) on ships # ASM 89-3332, Spanish National Library Signatura # 5/13354, LDS Library Call Number 946 W2sa). The author notes that this immigration was responsible for more than 25 percent … Immigration from Spain, 1900-1930 ABSTRACT This article describes the relationship during the sugar boom between Cuba's need for manpower and the influx of Spanish immigrants that continued even after independence. The impact of changes in Spanish and Cuban law on migration flows is considered. Home | Getting Started | Lookup | Queries | Sources | References | Links | Shop |, Copyright © 2007-2020 - Ed Elizondo These volumes are not pubished but have been incorporated into a Escoja el Idioma, Immigrant 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. They, together with new French immigrants, formed a second wave of French immigration to Santiago de Cuba. Iruela y Maria del Carmen Galbis Diez, 19? Compared to the overall foreign- and U.S.-born populations, Cuban immigrants are less likely to be proficient in English, have lower educational attainment, and earn lower household incomes. 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. Some records include occupations, names and ages of minor children and more. Some ports, like in the Canary Islands, have some Many of these immigrants were only passing through Antwerp, working to raise the money for passage to America. of vessels arriving at Key West has been provided by one of our CUBA-L His name was Servando Jose Florentino Ovies y Rodriguez. Spain Genealogy. ?, Ministerio de Cultura, While civil registration began in Spain in 1871, some areas may have civil registrations going back to the 1830s. records, you must know the port of entry into the US and the approximate were published in Cuban newspapers of the time. about each ship, for the period 1509-1701. You can specify exact spelling been transcribed and added to our Passengers Data Base described at the According to recent (2006) information, the Cuban National Archives has passenger lists for arrivals, but only for those who arrived in the ports of La Habana, Camaguey and Santiago de Cuba. 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. National Archives: The S.S. Morro Castle, a Ward Line Cruise ship that made weekly trips between New York and Habana, caught fire on September 8, 1934, as it approached New York, just eight miles off the New Jersey Shore at Asbury Park. The data base Many of these lists have been microfilmed by the National Archives top of this page. The index was to help find individuals in the dossiers which were create… The list is reproduced from the US As you research, don't forget to look for church records. Unfortunately there is no distribution to local LDS family history centers, so the films can be consulted only at the LDS main Library. y XVIII, Volumen I (1509-1533), Volumen II (1535-1538), Volumen III several volunteers, some of the port records and newspaper accounts have manifest also includes physical characteristics such as height, weight 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. Miscellaneous. internal archive use and are available for consultation in the Reading 1987 May-Aug;25(2):343-55. view the ship's manifest to see who accompanied the person you found, [The population of Cuba. Trade to Havana, Cuba 1790-1820, http://pares.culturaydeporte.gob.es/inicio.html, Immigrant Ship Transcribers XV. In the menu at the top you can select the English Language for access. Introduction Enlarge Sample Ship Passenger Arrival page, S.S. Carpathia arrived at the Port of New York, April 18, 1912. Direccion de Bellas Artes, Archivos y Bibliotecas (ISBN: 84-7483-185-7). The Archivo General de Indias in Seville Catalogs and Archives - XVIII. Cuban immigration to the United States has slowed in recent years, rising by 2 percent from 2017 to 2018. Many of these films are These volumes have not yet published, but have been compiled for National Archives in Washington, DC. A number of Spanish immigrants settled in Cuba, a colony of Spain until the Spanish-American War in 1898, and many Spaniards moved to what is now the United States. Immigration History Center, but at present the searches are free of You can consult this document by using the following link: Many thanks to the Gijón Municipal Archivist. Room of the Archivo de Indias in Seville, Cuba in 1898 José M. Hernandez. than $50. y XVIII, Volumen IV 1560-1566, Luis Romera Rev Bras Estud Popul. 1996 Jul-Dec;13(2):135-67. They are in very old books which have to be searched manually. Due to the suspension of immigrant visa services at the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Cuba, the U.S. Department of State has designated the U.S. Embassy in Georgetown, Guyana as the primary site to process immigrant visas for residents of Cuba. You can search by specific ships and dates, by the departure Ship lists are added continually, (ISBN: 8474831857 (set); LOC: CS944.R66.1980; NY Public Library Call [Hemoglobinopathies in Spanish and emigrant population]. Time period: 1509-1900 (at least). Balance and perspectives of Cuban emigration flows: 1984-1996]. Spain immigration statistics for 2005 was 4,107,226.00, a 147.83% increase from 2000. it a unique name and then study it and print it at your leisure (a photo The ticket number of the unfortunate Servando was PC 17562, and his cabin was D-43 in the First Class Section, where the more affluent passengers lodged. Yet Cuba remained one of Spain's two colonies in the New World. Cuba is a multi-ethnic nation, ... of Galicians to the New World. Thanks to Rachel Duggan and Billy Schuss for the above information. These types of records can help you find the date of immigration and or naturalization, ship's passenger list, port of arrival, and the place of birth for your ancestor. Emigration From Spain. in our on-line searchable passengers data base. [The migration crisis of the summer of 1994. Two copies of these first 3 volumes have been microfilmed by the LDS Church. Then you can view (and magnify) the original manifest, which has interesting A request made by a visitor to Cuba for a search of one individual in records comprising 3 years took 4 months to get a negative reply. Acta Odontol Venez. [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - Siglos XVI, XVII The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has immigration records for various ports for the years 1800-1959. You Spain - XV. Due to the large number of Index. or similar spellings. Here is the link to the issues: Thanks to Lourdes del Pino for forwarding this information. Large-scale emigration from Cuba began in earnest in the latter part of the 19 th century as Cubans struggled to end Spain’s colonial domination. Diez, 1986, Ministerio de Cultura, Direccion de Bellas Artes, y Archivos We do not have any further details. The information be sure to check the Ellis Island Records described below. In the 2-year period 1885-6, almost 4100 went to Cuba. ship. records in their archives, but this is very rare. sure to check it periodically. Their reply was negative. [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - Siglos XVI, XVII About us. Reference: http://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/titanic-victim/servando-jose-florentino-ovies-y-rodriguez.html, | CubaGenWeb 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. [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - Siglos XVI, XVII The [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - Siglos XVI, XVII Antwerp Police Immigration Index, 1840-1930 - The dossiers list all aliens living in Antwerp who were registered with the police. and the films are available for purchase. [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - Siglo XVIII - contained in the data base varies depending on the original source, but USA.gov. 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. Photo: Caridad. Through the efforts of y XVIII, Volumen V 1567-1577 (2 tomos), Luis Romera 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. generally contains the individual's name, ship's name and date of voyage 1640-1701. read or write and what language, the individual's nationality, the name like Cuba or Europe. Other Countries of Spanish America - XIX. Immigration records, more popularly known as "ship passenger arrival records," may provide evidence of a person's arrival in the United States, as well as foreign birthplace. can reach these records at www.ellisisland.org. Direccion de Bellas Artes, Archivos y Bibliotecas (ISBN: 84-7483-185-7). Spain immigration statistics for 2010 was 6,280,065.00, a 52.9% increase from 2005. Part 2: 1538-1819 What We Have: includes not only passengers whose final destination was the United States, de las Indias in Seville. Mexico - XIV. Cost for certificates. y XVIII, Volumen VI 1578-1585, Maria del Carmen Galbis We have been unable to find a full passenger list for the ship, but here is a link to the most comprehensive and detailed list of the victims that we have found: Here are other lists of victim's names, without personal details: Did you know that there was a Cuban on the Titanic? He was 36 years of age, born in Aviles Spain, and a resident of Habana, Cuba, with his wife Eva Lopez de Vallardo and son Ramon Servando. You can search for passengers by first & last name, last name only, states from 1890-1924. Iruela y Maria del Carmen Galbis Diez, 1980, Ministerio de Cultura, ship Captains. Trends in immigration to Cuba from Spain in the first three decades of the twentieth century are analyzed. These are only official figures; when clandestine emigration is taken into account, the numbers would be much larger. The Immigration Department in Cuba, part of the Ministerio del Interior, COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. [S] Catalogo de Pasajeros a Indias - 1600-1639. . y XVIII, Volumen VII 1586-1599, Maria del Carmen Galbis Catholicism in Spain has a rich history and Catholic priests have been recording births, marriages and deaths since the 1500s. National Center for Biotechnology Information, Unable to load your collection due to an error, Unable to load your delegates due to an error. Get the latest public health information from CDC: https://www.coronavirus.gov, Get the latest research information from NIH: https://www.nih.gov/coronavirus, Find NCBI SARS-CoV-2 literature, sequence, and clinical content: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sars-cov-2/. ship, nationality of ship, number of slaves landed, African sailing Although the veracity of these census records … Ivet González. 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