This volume contains roughly half of the baptismal record entries for the years 1809 and 1810. This volume contains records for 661 people. These individuals are identified by race (black, brown, mixed race, African) and often by African ethnic origin (congo, carabali, mandinga, mina, etc.). They are also listed as legitimate or illegitimate birth and whether their parents are enslaved or free. The designation of an eslaved mother would mean that the offspring was also born into slave status. Some of these baptisms were for adults, which would likely mean they were recently imported from Africa. This volume contains an index by name of individual baptised.
These books have been in the Church of Espiritu Santo since their creation. They fall under the jurisdiction of the Archibihopric of Havana.
One bound volume.