Nacionalidad Española por la Ley de Memoria Democrática
Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
by Cuban Family Roots
1M ago
Los Cubano desean irse de la isla y los exiliados reclaman su herencia Espanola, este episodio se los dedicamos a un tema muy popular, la Nacionalidad Espanola por la Ley de Memoria Democratica. Entrevistamos Abel Torres, un Cubano-Americano que es amante a la Genealogia, y se adentro a estudiar las leyes Españolas y Cubanas que se deben entender para poder solicitar la nacionalidad española. Durente la entrevista, Abel nos explica quiénes tienen derecho a optar a la nacionalidad Española, qué documentación hay que presentar y qué recurso existe en caso de denegación. No se lo pierdan! --- Sen ..read more
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End of Year 2023 Wrap up
Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
by Cuban Family Roots
2M ago
In this episode I compiled three fascinating interviews from years passed. If you never listened to these episodes before, this interviews are fascinating. The first is with Alina Garcia LaPuerta who discussed Spanish Nobility in Cuba through her book, La Belle Creole: The Cuban Countess who Captivated Havana, Madrid and Paris. Next, I am fortunate to interview Steven, Ownyeng, a chinese American who tells us about the Chnese migration to Cuba and all the contributions made by Chinese in Cuba. And finally, a very passionate French Cuban Author, William Navarrete who discusses his Genealogy boo ..read more
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All about the Cuban Genealogy Club of Miami
Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
by Cuban Family Roots
4M ago
In this episode I get to chat with Lourdes Del Pino Olazabal, Vice-President of the Cuban Genealogy Club of Miami, about how she became part of the club during its initial founding back in 2002. Throughout our chat she explains the many benefits of becoming a member of the club. The Club's website is a hub for numerous databases, including documents from 21 churches in various provinces, cemeteries, land and military records, and passenger lists just to name a few. Lourdes also discusses her role as collaborator in the PBS show Finding your Roots. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcaster ..read more
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Introduction - The Basics of Cuban Genealogy
Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
by Cuban Family Roots
4M ago
In this episode of the Basic of Cuban Genealogy, I hope to share with my rookie genealogist information on how to begin their Cuban genealogy search. They will learn about Cuban church and parish records, where to search military records. I emphasize the importance of understanding Cuban history and where to search for ship passengers, newspaper announcement, and places where records can be found and types of records to find. I wrap up the podcast with information on how to chose a family tree software, DNA testing and cemetery searches.  --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.sp ..read more
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Genealogia y Haplogrupos en Cuba
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by Cuban Family Roots
5M ago
En este episodio tengo el placer de entrevistar a Samuel Martínez Alcalá, un joven cubano residente en España que inició un ambicioso proyecto combinando la genealogía cubana con la ciencia de tras de los Haplogrupos para encontrar la populación genética de cubanos y definir a que grupo ancestral pertenecen. A lo largo de la entrevista, Samuel explica cuál es el objetivo del proyecto y cómo puedes tu ser una parte integral en él. ¡No te pierdas este interesante episodio! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/aileen092/message ..read more
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Por la Pasion a la Genealogia - Entrevista II
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by Cuban Family Roots
6M ago
En este episodio de Cuban Family Roots tenemos el placer de entrevistar al escritor cubano, William Navarrete quien publicó su segundo libro de genealógia titulado, Primeras Familias, Pobaldo y Ciudad de San Isidoro de Holguín: Estudios de Genealogía Cubana. El explica que el libro se basa en los matrimonios sacramentales registrados en el primer libro de la iglesia de San Isidoro de Holguín entre 1730 y 1763. Gracias a este estudio, los descendientes de los Holguineros de ayer podrán encontrar una fuente confiable para sus búsquedas genealógicas. Debido a su pasión por la genealogía desde muy ..read more
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Reconnecting with my Cuban Roots
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by Cuban Family Roots
11M ago
In this episode I interview Gerardo Gonzalez who recounts his childhood in Placetas. He discusses with me how it was to return to the Cuba he left as a young boy to reconnect with his roots. He recounts moments in his life while in Cuba and his love for his grandfather who he never was able to see again. He dedicates his memoir to all the refugees who have an opportunity to come to America, the beautiful. As a Dean at Indiana University, he was fortunate to initiate a scholarship fund to help other who came looking for a better life in America. Everything he was able to accomplish was because ..read more
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Lesson Learned: The story of the Puig Family of Cuba
Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
by Cuban Family Roots
11M ago
Today I interviewed Luis Tomas Puig as he recounts his family search dating back to 1600.  A trip to Blanes, a village only an hour North of Barcelona, Spain  awakened his curiosity further as he reconnects with his Grandfather's family, a family he had never met. During the trip, he visited cemeteries, churches and collected pictures of his great-grandfather and other ancestors. He learned he was related the DiPuig families of France and Italy and that the line connects with the Germans and Austrians. With a sample of his raw DNA, he was able to uncover his ancient ancestors.&n ..read more
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Early Cuba - Florida Connection, Part I
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by Cuban Family Roots
11M ago
Christian recounts his journey to rescuing Spanish – American heritage and  tells us of fishermen on the Gulf Coast who fished the waters alongside their Indian fishing partners known as the “Spanish Indians” and some freed black slaves. Christian was inspired to and began to investigate the lives of these fishermen and their influence in the region. From the Tampa Bay down to the condominium developments at Punta Rassa, several Spanish and Cuban fishermen settled in the region establishing fishing camps called “ranchos. Throughout the interview he tells us what he discovered and enlighte ..read more
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Cuban Greatest Composers
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by Cuban Family Roots
11M ago
It is obvious that the first popular music played in Cuba after the Spanish conquest was brought by the Spanish conquerors themselves, and was most likely borrowed from the Spanish popular music in vogue during the 16th century. Then at the end of the 18th century, the piano rapidly became one of the favorite instruments among the Cuban population. The best preserved are the African polytheistic religions, where, in Cuba at least, the instruments, the language, the chants, the dances and their interpretations are quite well preserved. Aside from the Spanish and African influence, Cuban music h ..read more
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