A possible correction to your data. Catharina (1905) is more likely to be a daughter's name than a son's. The other names are son's names.
I have to do a lot of research, and I don't think I can find the town in Galicia where he was born. The towns I have found for friends whose ancestors were from Galicia had the town listed on ship's lists or on immigration documents, such as their declaration of intention to become a citizen. One relative of mine was listed on a departure list from one of the major ports in Germany. It had full particulars about place of origin. If you can get the immigration records from Brazil, that would be the best information. (The church doesn't keep overall membership lists. Usually each parish maintains its own sacramental records, such as marriage and baptism.
Sometimes cemeteries have a good set of information about the person buried there. Obituaries from newspapers also have a LOT of information about the person who died.
Notify Administrator about this message?
|Home | Help | About Us | Site Index | Jobs | PRIVACY | Affiliate|
|© 2007 The Generations Network|