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Hi. Thought this info might be useful. It comes from the Puerto Rican Historical and Genealogical Society in N.Y. (http://www/rootsweb.com/~prhgs/org.htm
Hope it helps:
Puerto Rican Historical and Genealogical Resources
Department of Health, Demographic Registrar:
Here is a list of offices located in the various municipalities holding birth, marriage and other vital records. There are no governmental records listing such events prior to 1885 when the task of official vital record keeping was made a governmental function. Before that date, the Catholic parish churches of the respective municipalities of Puerto Rico were the official originators and repositories of these records.
The procedure for requesting abstracts of any of these official government records is as follows:
If the event happened before July 22, 1931, your request for a vital record should be made to the Demographic Registrar office in the municipality where the person resided at the time. (See list below)
If event occurred after July 22 your request should go to:
Departamento de Salud, Registro Demografico
PO Box 11854, San Juan, PR 00910
Your request for a document must include:
1. A money order of $5.00 for each record made to the order of Secretary of the Treasury of Puerto Rico.
2. The full and complete name and surnames of the person whose record you want.
3 Your relationship to that person and why you want the document.
4. Copy of your ID, preferably a drivers license, a passport or other document that has a photo and lists your place of birth.
5. A stamped, self-addressed envelope.
Click on to the website below for list of Demographic Registrars of Puerto Ricohttp://www.topuertorico.org/reference/demogra.html
The Superior District Courts maintain records of wills, deeds and other legal documents related to civil and criminal cases under their jurisdiction. Each of the courts has jurisdiction over legal matters occurring in one or more municipalities. Copies of documents can be obtained through the Administrative Officer of the particular court. Fees and procedures for obtaining the legal documents vary and it is always advisable to call ahead for up-to-date fees procedural information and jurisdictions covered
Corte Superior del Disticto de Aguadilla
Centro Judicial Calle Progreso, Box 1010
Aguadilla, PR 00605
Corte Superior del Districto De Ponce Carretera #1 Box 1791
Ponce, PR 007033
Corte Superior Del Districto de Aibonito
Urb. El Roble
Aibonito, PR 00607
Corte Superior del Districto de San Juan
Avenida Muñoz Rivera - P.O. Box 887
Hato Rey, PR 00919
Corte Superior del Districto de Arecibo
Avenida Rotario - Box 1235
Arecibo, PR 00613
Corte Superior del Districto de Utuado
Avenida Nueva - Box 950
Utuado, PR 00761
Corte Superior de Bayamon
Carretera #2 - PO Box 60619
Bayamon, PR 00619
Corte Superior del Districto de Mayagüez
Calle León - Box 97
Mayagüez, PR 00708
Corte Superior del Districto de Caguas
Caguas, PR 00625
Puerto Rican Municipalities
Almost all of Puerto Rico's 72 municipalities (pueblos) maintain websites that contain general facts related to their history. Although not usually listed, the municipalities do have an archive where the official record of governmental transactions is kept.
The websites listed below have addresses and telephone numbers of the mayor or other officials you can write or call to arrange a visit to access the contents of their "archivo municipal" Additionally these sites have photographs, biographies, histories, place names and other information that has genealogical research value.
Pueblos de Puerto Rico -- http://pueblos-de-puertorico.com
Aguadilla -- http://netdial.caribe.net/~euzkal/
Barrios de Puerto Rico -- http://www.fedmarket.com/procurement_library/fips/fips55_58....
I hope you find some of this info useful.