Pico


Pico map

Pico is one of the Central Group and the second largest island of the Azores. It is 42 km long and 15.2 km at its widest point. It gets its name from the mountain in the center, Portugal's highest peak at 7,755 ft.

Listed here by Freguesia, which is the village or town, are the names of the Churches and the years for which the LDS Church has microfilmed their records. Those films are available at your local Family History Center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Also, Azorean Church records are being digitized and made available online. If they are available, they can be found at the following sites: (Links are provided in the table below)

Freguesia (village/town)

Concelho (Council)
Church Name
LDS Microfilmed Record Dates and Links to Online Records
Bandeiras Madalena Nossa Senhora da Boa Nova 1840-1873
Minho records
CCA records
Calheta do Nesquim Lajes Sao Sebastio 1723-1876
Minho records
CCA records
Candelaria Madalena Nossa Senhora das Candeias 1636-1876
Minho records

CCA records
Criacao Velha Madalena Nossa Senhora das Dores 1801-1875
Minho records

CCA records
Lajes do Pico Lajes Santa Trindade 1733-1875
Minho records
CCA records
Madalena Madalena Santa Maria Madalena 1664-1876
Minho records

CCA records
Piedade Lajes Nossa Senhora da Piedade 1699-1876
Minho records

CCA records
Prainha do Norte Sao Roque Nossa Senhora da Ajuda 1663-1876
Minho records

CCA records
Ribeiras Lajes Santa Barbara 1681-1875
Minho records

CCA records
Santa Luzia Sao Roque Santa Luzia 1658-1876
Minho records

CCA records
Santo Amaro Sao Roque Santo Amaro 1637-1876
Minho records

CCA records
Santo Antonio Sao Roque Santo Antonio 1699-1876
Minho records

CCA records
Sao Caetano Madalena Sao Caetano
Minho records

CCA records
Sao Joao Lajes Sao Joao 1691-1884
Minho records

CCA records
Sao Mateus Madalena Sao Mateus 1671-1875
Minho records

CCA records
Sao Roque Sao Roque Sao Roque 1658-1876
Minho records

CCA records

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