This site is dedicated to the genealogy of the families who immigrated to Puerto Rico during the 1800s, found one another
and formed our Familia.
The individuals listed on this website and the data provided for them is a partial listing of what I have in the offline
genealogy database. I might have updated information that has not been added to the website. Feel free to get in touch if you have any
questions, can provide or correct any data.
There are currently over 499 individuals that we cannot link into our main genealogy database because we have not yet been able to identify
the name of the missing link. Please review the information that we do have and contact me
if you are able to provide additional information or the name of the missing link.
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Periodic updates are posted to the right under RECENT UPDATES. A history of website updates is available on the ARCHIVES page.
"Not to know what happened before we were born is to remain perpetually a child. For what is the worth of a human life unless it is woven into the life of our ancestors by the records of history."
-Cicero (106-43 B.C.E.)
I'm taking some time off from genealogy research but will respond periodically to e-mailed inquiries and messages posted in comment boxes.
Data found for "Isabel Beauchamp Bello" has led the general consensus to be that Dionisio Beauchamp Cuba & Ines Bello Torres gave the name "Isabel" to 2 daughters.
Please contact me if you have information that either validates or refutes this consensus.
April 14, 2010: A poem written by Amador Ramirez Silva which contains the verse "Aquí yace un cuerpo que pasó por
la vida. ¿Su alma?, su alma está en la mía." How is this pertinent to our genealogy?
April 14, 2010: Photo(s), biography & contact with descendants of Carlos Maria Beauchamp Giorgi, 1905-1920 Mayor of Las Marias, Puerto Rico. Family line: