My family is from Utuado. The 1899 Census was done by the US Dept. of War. I reviewed this Census at the LDS History Center in Salt Lake City. I think there is a copy at the National Archives, however, this census was more of a statistical census and very few names appear on it. It was not a Census like the 1910, etc. about the people. In 1899, Jayuya was part of Utuado, and the church at that time was Nuestra Señora de Monserrate. That is where I found some of my family. Those records unfortunately, have not been translated and you can order them from the LDS History Center near you or, as I did, in Salt Lake City. My family name is Luis and I found it spelled Lino in the 1910 Census, so check all spellings. Also when you bring up a family name on the census, go to the actual record and review who lived around them. Scan the pages of the original census for family nearby.