This is a list of free Caribbean Genealogy Records online at FamilySearch.

 

Included are Caribbean birth records, marriage records, death records. See West Indies listings for more collections. If you’re looking for onsite collections, visit their website & catalog.

 

These collections are all free to search. Due to contractual obligations, you’ll need to be logged in with a free FamilySearch account to view some of these records.  If you follow the link and find the record is locked, login to FamilySearch on your computer and this may unlock the collection.

 

 

 

How to View the Collections

  1. Some links take you straight to the collection.

  2. Other links take you to a catalog description page where you will have to select the link.

    • Look for a camera icon and select that icon

    • or look for red print and select “here”

  3. If there is a key icon FamilySearch key icon over camera icon above the camera, this collection may be digitized and online, but may need to be viewed at your local family history center or affiliate library. Find the nearest viewing center near you.

  4. In a few cases, the collection may be in queue to be digitized and you’ll need to check back at a later date.

 

 

 

 

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Caribbean Birth, Marriage, & Death Records

 

Caribbean Birth Indexes & Birth Records

Caribbean Births and Baptisms, 1590-1928, index

 

 

Caribbean Marriage Indexes & Marriage Records

Caribbean Marriages, 1591-1905, index

 

 

Caribbean Death Indexes & Death Records

Caribbean Deaths and Burials, 1790-1906, index

 

 

 

Comments

2 responses to “Caribbean Genealogy Records online at FamilySearch”

  1. I recently visited Barbados and spent some time visiting the military cemetary. I noticed in the locked warehouse close to the entrance a silver plaque on the wall which appeared to be dedicated to an former member of the DAD / Artists Rifles unfortunately I could not read the dedication as the plaque was to far away. I would appreciate if you could tell me a !little bit about the history of the individual the plaque is dedicated to. It struck me as unusual to find a former member of the DAD buried in Barbados. Thank you in anticipation. Ian Parsonage.

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    1. Ian,

      Thanks for visiting OnGenealogy. I’m sorry we don’t have any information on the plaque in Barbados you mention. Best with your research.

      Alyson

      Reply

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