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Death Records

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Documents issued by the death of a Chinese settler meningitis with identity card. 1865

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1865

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Death Record

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Death certificate for Mamerto, a Chinese settler, who died from injuries to his femur in Ingenio Santisima Trinidad. He worked for Mrs. Gabriel Garcia before his death and was buried in the cemetery of the Church of our Lady of

Death certificate for Mamerto, a Chinese settler, who died from injuries to his femur in Ingenio Santisima Trinidad. He worked for Mrs. Gabriel Garcia before his death and was buried in the cemetery of the Church of our Lady of Torque without having been baptized. His cedula, or identity card, is included and lists him as having worked for M.C. Blanca when he was given the cedula. He was brought from Macao to Cuba by Torrices, Puente and Company.

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1861

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Death Certificate

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This is a death certificate that was issued for Tomasm a free Chinese settler, who died at the Hospital de Caridad de San Felipe y Santiago. The reason is not explained. Tomas was 53 at the time of his death,

This is a death certificate that was issued for Tomasm a free Chinese settler, who died at the Hospital de Caridad de San Felipe y Santiago. The reason is not explained. Tomas was 53 at the time of his death, and was admitted into the hospital on October 1, 1874. His body was buried in the general cemetery near the hospital on October 11.

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1874-10-11

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Letter

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A letter from C. J. Vallin to the governor. It details the arrival of a ship in Havana's harbor and the examination of the Chinese settlers onboard. The Administration of Sanity was satisfied with their health.

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Death Certificates

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These are two death certificates that were issued for two Chinese settlers. The first one was signed on October 12, 1874, and pertained to a young girl named Brigida Fuentes who was the daughter of a Chinese settler named Celestina

These are two death certificates that were issued for two Chinese settlers. The first one was signed on October 12, 1874, and pertained to a young girl named Brigida Fuentes who was the daughter of a Chinese settler named Celestina Fuentes. The second certificate was signed on October 5, 1874, and pertained to an unknown person. Havana.

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1874

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Death Certificate

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This is a death certificate that was written for a Chinese settler who died on October 10, 1874. Havana.

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1874-10-10

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Death Certificate

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This is the death certificate of a Chinese settler, Pedro, whose body was examined at el Hospital de San Felipe y Santiago. He died from tuberculosis. 1874.

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1874

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Death Certificate

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This is a death certificate that pertained to a Chinese settler named Leopoldo, who died on June 3, 1874. According to the document, Leopoldo had been admitted into the hospital for treatment two days prior to his death on June 1, 1874. Havana.

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1874-06-03

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Death Certificate

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This is a death certificate that pertained to a Chinese settler named Hilario Canton who died on June 9, 1874. According to the document, Hilario had been admitted into the hospital in September of 1873- almost a year before his death. Havana.

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1874-06-09

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Death Certificate

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Death certificate for Seguismense Bastor, a Chinese immigrant. He died in the Hospital de Caridad de San Felipe y Santiago.

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1874-06-09