Friday, June 21, 2013

Municipal Census Records from Spain Now Online

Today FamilySearch published 9,891,146 indexed names from municipal census records from several areas of Spain. Some of the collections are still being published this evening and hopefully everything will be available over the weekend. Here is a summary of what has been (or will be) published. They are all published in the Municipal Records collections on http://familysearch.org

Province
Number of Indexed Names
Alicante
831,339
Almería
202,522
Asturias
62,165
Barcelona
459,681
Cádiz
215,786
Córdoba
2,050,989
Gerona
784,809
Huelva
414,687
Jaén
684,802
La Coruña
552,202
León
14,815
Lugo
106,568
Murcia
321,732
Segovia
407,030
Sevilla
1,159,401
Valencia
1,622,618

In the next couple of weeks I will post exactly which municipios are included in each provincial collection. Please share any successes you have by posting a comment below.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nice to have you back.

Benchwarmer said...

I'm looking for help to find my grandfather's parents. He was born in Spain (1910), in La Caruna; I believe in Ferrol. He left home at 13. He had a few brothers and at least 1 sister. His wife, whom he met in NY, is also from Spain. Galicia as well. I know her parents names. Would like to find out more about her background too. Any advice on how I can track down my grandfather's farm, his parents, and their history? I see a bunch of FRAGUELA surnames in familysearch.com, in Caruna... Anyway, if you know whom I can ask fro help, or if you can help, please email me: solan46@hotmail.com. My name is matt.