Hi, everybody. Hi, I'm researching for my family in Bolivia through non indexed books at familysearch.org (yeah, image by image, literally thousands of images) (I love it!).
Time after time I found foreigners that settled in there, and as they are not indexed, their family could being looking for them with no success, so I create the Person, and add the font, in order of that info doesn't get lost. Then today I found in 1903 in Bolivia, a mention of "Juan Penverthy", married, born in England. I realized the right name should be John Penberthy. I didn't create the person yet, because I found some persons with same name, so I sent a message to the one who created the profile (I'm always talking abotu familysearch). But meanwhile I wanted to ask here too...you know, I don't want the data gets missed in the dark again.
This is a baptism act, page 44, look at newborn Pablo Sanchez: Juan Penverthy is named as his godfather.
just let me know what you think.
Bolivia during XIX and first part of XX was a goal for foreigners for all the world, meanwhile the mining was a great resource. I found in this way palestinian, yugoslavian, germans, americans and so. I try to look for them usually, because is a wonder for me to find these people so far from their land, but not so much, as my research is a different one and takes all my time.