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Re: How to find death records in Panama
Posted by: Rei Tejeira (ID *****5261) Date: May 16, 2009 at 05:28:11
In Reply to: How to find death records in Panama by james wells of 976

Hello James:
First a few questions. Did your great-grandfather inmigrate legally to the Republic of Panama or did he come to work on or with the Panama Canal? On or about when did he pass away? Did he get a "cedula" number (something like E-*-******) and do you know that number? Since everything is now computerized, and, if you know the "cedula" number you could probably go to your nearest Panamanian consulate and request a Death Certificate. Call first to make sure they can give you one, for I am not sure. Otherwise you will have to get in touch with the Registro Civil del Tribunal Electoral (Civil Registry of the Electoral Tribunal)

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