Osorno, Los Lagos Region, Chile Genealogy
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Guide to Province of Osorno ancestry, family history and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, church records, parish registers, and civil registration.
History[edit | edit source]
- The land of the province originally was the old Corregimiento of Osorno, that disappeared when the city of Osorno was destroyed in 1602.
- In 1796 the governor Ambrosio O'Higgins refounded the city.
- In 1826 the territory was integrated to the Old Province of Valdiva.
- In 1833 the territory was removed from the Province of Valdiva and became the Department of Osorno, which passed to the Province of Llanquihue in 1861.
- On January 19, 1940, the Province of Osorno gained independence from other provinces.
- El 19 de enero de 1940 la Provincia de Osorno logró su independencia de otras provincias..
Communes[edit | edit source]
Parish Records[edit | edit source]
- Chile, Marriages, 1579-1930 - in MyHeritage ($)
- Chile, Select Marriages, 1579-1930 - in Ancestry ($)
- Chile, Select Baptisms, 1585-1932 - in Ancestry ($)
- Chile, Baptisms, 1585-1932 - in MyHeritage ($)
- Chile, Select Deaths, 1700-1920 - in Ancestry ($)
- Chile, Deaths, 1700-1920 - in MyHeritage ($)
- See communes
Civil Records[edit | edit source]
- Chile, Civil Registration, 1885-1903 - in Ancestry ($)
- Chile, Civil Registration, 1885-1903 - in MyHeritage ($)
- See communes
References[edit | edit source]
- Wikipedia Collaborators, "Provincia de Osorno," In Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provincia_de_Osorno. Visited 19 May 2017