The study of the genealogy of our ancestors can be challenging. The first question that is often asked by persons who are just beginning is, How do I begin?
Most of your research will begin using the Internet and the best place to start is within the United States Federal Census Records of Puerto Rico.
Things you should know that are important to your research:
1: Your family's complete surname. The Puerto Rican surname spins off of the old Spanish tradition.…Continue
Added by Ayesart on September 3, 2014 at 8:30am — No Comments
It is an old scientific paper on mtDNA studies that were done on ancient skeletons of the Taino ancestors. These studies were done before the People gathered together to ban desecrations of ancient grave sites. Despite that these mtDNA studies prove that the Taino people are not "extinct." That you are still here as evidenced within mtDNA test results of descendants of the Taino.
The paper I am sharing was written by Charles Lalueza Fox et al, I am hoping I can upload it…Continue
Added by Ayesart on September 2, 2014 at 5:22pm — No Comments
The Guanahatabey, New Data - New Vistas, Old
John J. Browne Ayes, Author of Juan Ponce de Leon His New And Revised Genealogy
The Guanahuatabey were a distinct people and spoke a different language from the classic Taino. Thus, they were different from the Taino racially and probably have their ancestry within a different tribal group that migrated from…
Added by Ayesart on September 2, 2014 at 3:58pm — No Comments
Saludos mis parientes
Greetings My Relatives
En su cronica llamada RELACION SOBRE LAS ANTIGUEDADES DE LOS INDIOS, escrita en el a~o 1498, el monje Ramon Pane escribio lo siguiente en el capitulo XVI con respecto a la labor del bohitiu, el…Continue