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Catálogo de extranjeros residentes en Puerto Rico
en el Siglo XIX. 
by 
Dra. Estela Cifre de Loubriel
Río Piedras: Ediciones de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1962. lxii, 190 p. Maps.
 
 
The following mini-biographies of over 1,000 foreigners who came to Puerto Rico
in the 19th century from around the world 

is from the above mentioned book. It was microfilmed and republished by the

Church of Latter Day Saints (FHL INTL Film 924457 )

and organized in alphabetical order by country of origin

 

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Alemania

Anegada

Anguila

Antigua

Antillas Francesas

Antillas Inglesas

Austria

Chile

China

Costa de Africa

Costa Rica

Cuba

Curazao

Dinamarca

Francia

Gibraltar

 

Grecia

Guadalupe

Guatemala

Guayana Britanica

Guayana Britanica

Guayana Francesa

Haiti

Holanda

Hungria

Inglaterra

Irlanda

Isla de Madera

Islandia

Islas Turcas

Italia

Jamaica

 

Jerusalen

Luxemburgo

Malta

Marruecos

Mejico

Nevis

Noruega

Peru

Polonia

Portugal

Rusia

Saint John

San Bartolome

San Cristobal

San Eustaquio

San Martin

 

San Vicente

Sankt Estatius

Saint Kitts

Santa Cruz

Santa Estacia

Santa Lucia

Santo Domingo

Santo Tomas

Suecia

Suiza

Tortola

Trinidad

Venezuela

Yugoslavia

xxxxx

xxxxx

 

Lista de Emigrados Cuyo Pais Natal se Desconoce Lista Adicional de Extranjeros Cuyo Pais Nata se Desconoses

 

 

Doña Estela Cifre de Loubriel

18 May 1908 - 12 December 1998

 

The First Lady of Puerto Rican Genealogy

     Was born in the town of Sabana Grande, Puerto Rico daughter of Antonio Cifre Alberti, a native of  Mallorca, Spain and of Amanda Amill Negroni, a native of Yauco. Doña Estela Received her B.A. from the University of Puerto Rico in 1944; a Masters Degree in Political Science  with a concentration in History from Columbia University in 1950, and a Doctorate n Philosophy from the University of Madrid in 1958. As a professor in the History Department at the University of Puerto Rico she taught that subject to literally thousands of students over the span of her  long career.

 

    Additionally, she wrote several seminal books on the genealogy of the people from several of the various provinces of Spain that imigrated to Puerto Rico. These books include:

·         La Formación del Pueblo Puertorriqueño - La Contribución de los Gallegos, Asturianos y Santanderinos.

·         La formación del pueblo puertorriqueño, La contribución
de los Catalanes, Balearicos y Valencianos.

·         Catalogo de extranjeros residentes en Puerto Rico en
el Siglo XIX.

·         La formación del pueblo puertorriqueño: La contribución de los Isleño-Canarios

These books and others were based on primary sources obtained from the major civil, military and ecclisiastical archives and libraies of Spain,the United States, Puerto Rico and several other Latin American nations.

 

 

 

   She retired from he profesorial duties at the University of Puerto Rico but continued to write until a few weeks before her death it is hoped that her last book on the contributions of the Andaluces will appear in print at some time in the near future. 
    

In life you were the beacon that illuminated the path of Puerto Rican genealogy 
and although death has taken you from us, your light continues to show the way. 

 

 

Doña Estela
Descanse en Paz 

 

 The members and Board of Directors of the 
Puerto Rican-Hispanic Genealogical Society will keep your torch aflame.

 


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