These are the genealogy resources that I have come across for Veracruz, Mexico. I hope that they can be of help to you in your genealogy research.
Veracruz colonial history begins with it’s founding in 1519 by Hernan Cortez. From here Cortez launched his conquest of Mexico. In the first half of the 17th century, cities such as Córdoba, Orizaba, and Xalapa were formed or expanded to protect the trade route between Mexico City and the port of Veracruz. Since by that time Veracruz had a monopoly on the whole coast. Veracruz was also the main arrival location for European and also African slaves.
From what I have been able to find you can expect to find records going all the way back up until 1590.
Catholic Church Records
- Catholic Church Records, 1590-1978 – (Browse Only)
- Mexico, Baptisms, 1560-1950 – (Search Only) Note: Not everything has been indexed.
- Mexico, Deaths, 1680-1940 – (Search Only) Note: Not everything has been indexed.
- Mexico, Marriages, 1570-1950 – (Search Only) Note: Not everything has been indexed.
Civil Registration Records
- Civil Registration, 1821-1949 – (Browse Only)
Facebook Pages or Groups
- San Juan De Ulúa Veracruz – Page dedicated to the history of San Juan de Ulua Veracruz.
History of Veracruz
- Nuevo Veracruz – Wikipidia.com’s page about Veracruz
- History of Veracruz, Veracruz – Wikipidia.com page on Veracruz, Veracruz History. Very important since this port city played all major role in all of Mexico’s history.
Information about Municipios of Veracruz
- 212 Municipios – Page that contains a map of Veracruz and all of it’s municipios.
- Municipalities of Veracruz – This website will let you make a downloadable map of Nayarit with all it’s municipalities.
Veracruz Genealogy Forums
- Gen Forum – Forum about Veracruz, you can respond or inquire by just registering.
- Veracruz Ancestry Forums – Forum about Veracruz hosted by Ancestry.com
Veracruz State and Church Archives
- Could not locate any online state archives nor church archives.
Websites Focusing on Veracruz Genealogy Research
- Could not locate any.
I am fully aware that there are more resources out there but this is a start. As I come across more of them I will be posting them on this page. Also if your favorite resource is not mentioned here please send me an email I would love to include it.