Ancestor tree

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Puerto Rico is still recovering from Hurricanes Irma and Maria (and other, ongoing, crises). There are many good charities, but we’ve chosen to donate to the Hispanic Federation’s UNIDOS campaign. Please consider helping out.

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This site was created so that I can share what I’ve found on my husband’s Puerto Rican ancestors, both so that side of the family can review the facts and help me fill in what’s on the records that are in Spanish (of which I only know a few words), and so that maybe other people researching the same lines can contact us to compare notes.

This tree is also on FamilySearch (free registration required) and Ancestry (free, but a lot of documents require a paid subscription).

In addition, check the non-pr relations tag for information on my research into his other heritages.

If you have any corrections or additions for any of the sources, please leave a comment. I know for a fact that some documents have more info than what FamilySearch shows on their transcripts. ¡Muchas gracias!

Since the plugin used to generate pages from the GEDCOM file only shows three generations at a time, this page shows all the direct ancestors of the “root” person for the Puerto Rican lines.

Also because of the way the pages are generated, the images of sources aren’t linked from the individual’s pages, but can be accessed from the top menu.

       / Lopez, Pedro
    / Lopez Perez, Juan
   |  |
   |   \ Perez, Carmen
 / Lopez Carrillo, Pedro
|  |
|  |   / Carrillo, Jose
|  |  |  
|   \ Carrillo Colon, Rosa
|     |
|      \ Colon, Vicenta
Laura Rosa Lopez
|   / Lebr├│n Ortiz, Manuel
|  |  |
|  |   \ Lebron, Fabiana
|  |
 \ Lebron Figueroa, Laura Maria (aka Lebron Mateo)
   |   / Mateo, Jose
   |  |
    \ Mateo Figueroa, Eulalia
       \ Figueroa, Clotilde

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