San Bernardo, Maipo, Chile Genealogy

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Guide to Commune of San Bernardo ancestry, family history and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, church records, parish registers, and civil registration.

History[edit | edit source]

  • On February 9, 1821, San Bernardo was founded.
  • In 1855 the Municipality of San Bernardo was created as head of the department of Victoria.
  • The commune of San Bernardo has a population of approximately 278,000 people[1].

Civil Registration[edit | edit source]

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Parish Records[edit | edit source]

Cemeteries[edit | edit source]

  • Cementerio San Bernardo
  • Cementerio Parque Sacramental San Joaquín, San Bernardo
  • Parque Sacramental
    Address: 18423, Padre Hurtado 18209, San Bernardo
  • Cementerio Parroquial San Bernardo
    Address: Doce de Febrero 204
  • Cementerio Parque del Sendero
    Address: Eyzaguirre 1718
  • Cementerio Pullman Bus Lonquen
    Address: Camino A Lonquén 4560, Maipú, San Bernardo
  • Cementerio Ruso
    Address: Eyzaguirre N° 2337

Localities[edit | edit source]

  • Campamento Ribera Norte
  • Cinco Pinos
  • Carbomet Energía
  • Catemito
  • El Barrancon
  • El Barrancon Sur
  • El Mariscal
  • El Naranjal Norte
  • El Naranjal Sur
  • Hilos Cadena
  • Lo Sierra
  • Los Naranjos Sur
  • Los Trigales
  • Panamericana Norte
  • Panamericana Sur
  • Pérez Ossa
  • Planta Hidroeléctrica
  • Población La Estancilla
  • Puente Maipo Oriente
  • Puente Maipo Poniente
  • Ribera Norte Río Maipo
  • San José de Nos
  • San Marcos
  • Santa Flora
  • Santa Julia
  • Santa Rosa
  • Santa Teresa de Tango
  • Tres Acequias
  • Tres Acequias
  • Tres Acequias Oriente
  • Tres Acequias Sur

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Wikipedia Collaborators, "San Bernardo (Chile)," In Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Bernardo_(Chile). Visited 19 July 2017