Report about a geographically misplaced group of image sets.
The image collection "Colombia, Catholic Church Records, 1576-2018" is divided in "departamentos", similar to states in the USA. Here the departamento is "Valle del Cauca".
Departamentos are subdivided into "municipios" (~ counties). Let us take the San Pedro municipio (that used to be just a town inside another municipio, Buga).
(Municipios can be further divided in "corregimientos", similar to "towns" or "townships" in the USA. Inside San Pedro, there is a corregimiento named Presidente.
Inside municipios, info is presented by Catholic parishes: consider the "Nuestra Señora de Chiquinquirá" parish.
FamilySearch has here (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/2015236?availability=Family%20History%20Library) this set of images:
So far, so good, except that a link to those same records has been made here (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8942-P9K1?owc=CKLP-JWL%3A1044032801%2C1044512201%2C1044053402%3Fcc%3D1726975&wc=C22S-L29%3A1044032801%2C1044512201%2C1044053402%2C1044513601&cc=1726975), that shows as if these records where in the departamento de Boyacá, municipio de Chiquinquirá.
A piece of evidence is that almost all kids baptised in that "Nuestra señora del Rosario de Chiquinquirá" parish, were described as being born in what, at that time, was the municipio of Buga (Valle del Cauca).
Biuga (Valle del Cauca) is far from Chiquinquirá (Boyacá). There are religious pilgrims to Chiquinquirá, but not so many from Buga.
Please delete this confusing list from Boyacá>Chiquinquirá.
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