Online resources for Cuban genealogy?

How do I find my ancestry records from Cuba?

CubaGenWeb is an on-line bi-lingual depository of resources and data dedicated to Cuban Genealogy. It is intended to facilitate the search for your Cuban roots by providing as much information as possible to get you started in your research and help fill in some of the missing blanks.

How can I find a relative in Cuba?

Hire a Professional Search Agency. If you really want to find someone in Cuba, call in the professionals. A private investigative agency has access to all sorts of government records that aren’t available outside of Cuba and can help find family in Cuba with whom you have lost contact.

How do I get my birth certificate from Cuba?

Cuban national living abroad: Birth certificates can be requested at any Civil Registry through a third party living in Cuba. If the interested party is in Cuba it can be requested through the International Legal Consultancy (Consultoría Jurídica Internacional –CJI-; there is a branch office in each province).

What are Cubans mixed with?

An autosomal study from 2014 found the genetic ancestry in Cuba to be 72% European, 20% African and 8% Amerindian.

How do I get a death certificate from Cuba?

Send application, identification, a self-addressed, stamped envelope, and a check or money order ($10 per copy) payable to Cuba Town Clerk, and mail to Cuba Town Clerk, 15 Water St., Cuba, NY 14727.

What are Cuban nicknames?

More notifications, more nicknames:

  • Chiqui, Chichi, Conchi, Boli.
  • Cuarto Pollo.
  • Pepi, Paco, FIERA.
  • Capitán Araña –— aka Capi.
  • Gordo, Flaco.
  • Papo, Chela.
  • Filete, Capitán.
  • Bombero, Gallo, Tigre.

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