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If you are looking for passport of Italian ancestor.....

Postby ricbru » 20 Sep 2008, 14:56

Hello,
after a little research in the lists of the all local italian state archives (Archivio di Stato), you can try to find the application for passport of your ancestor or the real passport. There are records about issueing italian passport from 1600's to 1900's
Only if your ancestor was born in one of the provinces below:

Cagliari-Firenze-Livorno-Milano-Modena-Napoli-Palermo-Parma-Pescara-Pistoia-Ravenna-Roma-Rovigo-Savona-Siena-Teramo-Torino-Trapani
Trento-Treviso-Udine-Venezia-Vercelli

I hope it helps
bye Riccardo

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Postby pink67 » 20 Sep 2008, 15:56

Grazie Riccardo!!!

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Postby JamesBianco » 20 Sep 2008, 21:42

How would you write for this? I would love to find my great-grandparents passports from Carini (PA).

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Postby ricbru » 20 Sep 2008, 21:57

Jim,
this is what it could be foundable in the following records of Palermo state archive (as u can see below, is only for the application for passport issed between 1852/1860, 1861/1862, 1860/1862) - I hope it helps bye Riccardo:

R i p a r t i m e n t o d i p o l i z i a , bb. 1.828 (1819-1863). Inventario; repertorio
parziale.
Tutte le materie di competenza del ripartimento prima comprese in un’unica serie,
dopo il 1852 e fino al 1860, furono distribuite tra i due « carichi » in cui fu diviso
l’ufficio.
x Serie unica > 1819-1852, bb. 735.
< Primo carico > 1852-l 860, bb. 311: segretariato; passaporti ; permessi d’armi;
spettacoli pubblici, buon costume; leggi e decreti; affari militari; istruzione
e salute pubblica.
< Secondo carico > 1852-1860, bb. 617: detenuti di alta polizia; aspiranti a impieghi;
spirito pubblico; personale; permessi di stampa; denunzie; vigilanza
degli stranieri e individui sospetti; annona; permessi di fabbricazione e spaccio
di polvere da sparo; relegati e condannati; banditi; reati politici; compagnie
d’armi ; guardie urbane ; forza pubblica ; contrabbando ; evasioni ; statistiche.
x Prima sezione > 1861-1862, bb. 26: personale e disposizioni di massima.
< Seconda sezione x 1861-1862, bb. 19: personale; militari a cavallo; vagabondi
e mendichi; disertori; manicomio; carabinieri reali; permessi d’armi.< Terza sezione > 1861-1862, bb. 27: reati ed avvenimenti nelle varie province
della Sicilia; mandati di arresto; permessi d’armi; ex condannati.
< Quarta sezione > 1861-1862, bb. 28: informazioni e affari politici delle varie
province; revisione di. stampe; teatri ; emigrati ed esiliati ; passaporti ; commercio
; salute pubblica.
x Commissariato regio nelle province siciliane > 1862, bb. 10: stralcio della cessata
luogotenenza, ramo sicurezza pubblica.
< Commissariato regio, gestione de Monale > 1863, b. 1.
< Governo borbonico, gabinetto > 1860, b. 1: carte riservate del gabinetto del
direttore di polizia Salvatore Maniscalco, riferentisi ad arresti, ad informazioni
e agli avvenimenti politici del 1860.
< Governo nazionale > 1860-1862, bb. 13: carte riservate relative ad affari politici,
infofmazioni, arresti, passaporti, circolari, personale di polizia, guardia
nazionale, carabinieri, note caratteristiche, rapporti giornalieri della questura,
reazionari borbonici, associazioni segrete, società operaie, mandati di arresto,
comitive armate, furti, aggressioni, malfattori, agenti di pubblica sicurezza.
< Commissariato regio, gabinetto > 1840-1862, bb. 33.
< Appendice > 1819-1860, bb. 7.

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Postby venice » 12 Oct 2008, 05:05

Hi Riccardo,
I am having a terrible time trying to find my ggf Guiseppe Amendola
who first mention of being in Australia is in 1888 but apparently left Sicily and met my GGM in Spain and then settled in Australia. Any ideas?

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Go to www.naa.gov.au/collection/recordsearch.aspx for any record. =Peter=

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Postby ricbru » 12 Oct 2008, 20:07

venice wrote:Hi Riccardo,
I am having a terrible time trying to find my ggf Guiseppe Amendola
who first mention of being in Australia is in 1888 but apparently left Sicily and met my GGM in Spain and then settled in Australia. Any ideas?


Venice, can you please be more detailed.
Sicily has 9 provinces and more than 400 municipalities.
Where was he resident? Where was he born?
As u can see only Trapani and Palermo State archive have papers about passports
please reply
bye Riccardo

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Postby PeterTimber » 12 Oct 2008, 20:57

I sent a request to OZ for any record for Giuseppe Amendola and his Spanish national spouse which may take 30 days since I had no specific information but they did advise me to send an e-mail to ref@naa.gov.au should I have any additional information subsequent to this Octo ber 12 request. =Peter=

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Postby codenathan » 16 Oct 2008, 15:50

Ciao io ho la necessità di trovare il passaporto rilasciato nel comune di Cellino Attanasio (TE) a Giuseppe Ercolani. E' partito per l'America nel 1912. Ho speranze di trovarlo? Ma soprattutto erano già con foto?

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Postby PeterTimber » 16 Oct 2008, 16:03

Ho ricevulto una risposta da Australia per il assunto di Giuseppe Amendola e se lei mi manda suo indirizzo e-mail e lo mando subito che loro vogliono piu informazione. Puo spedire suo indirizzo e-mail sotto "private message". =Peter=

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Postby venice » 19 Oct 2008, 22:16

PeterTimber wrote:Ho ricevulto una risposta da Australia per il assunto di Giuseppe Amendola e se lei mi manda suo indirizzo e-mail e lo mando subito che loro vogliono piu informazione. Puo spedire suo indirizzo e-mail sotto "private message". =Peter=
Hi Riccardo,

I APOLOGISE FOR NOT BEING TOO SPECIFIC BUT I AM DEALING WITH FAMILY MEMBERS CONFLICTING STORIES AND AS I HAVE NEVER BEEN TO ITALY I AM CONFUSED MYSELF.

AS TO WHICH PART OF SICILY ,RELATIVES ARE UNABLE TO TELL ME, BUT NOW MY FATHER TELLS ME HE THOUGHT HIS GRANDFATHER WAS FROM NAPLES.I DO KNOW THAT HE WAS A FISHERMAN AND THAT HE WAS PROBABLY BORN AROUND 1880 AS HE DIED 1949 IN VICTORIA AUST.
AS FAR AS THE WOMAN THAT HE MARRIED I AGAIN FOUND CONFLICTING INFORMATION ON THE GRAVE SITES ,SHE HAS BEEN LISTED AS ROSE SALTER AND ROSE ESPOSITO AND AS THEY HAD 13 CHILDREN IT CHANGES FROM SITE TO SITE.
tHANK YOU AGAIN FOR YOUR TIME AND EFFORTS

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Postby venice » 19 Oct 2008, 22:27

Thankyou Peter. Victoria Australia has some very strong privacy laws.

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Postby PeterTimber » 20 Oct 2008, 14:44

Thanks but thought I would alert you to the invite to write. =Peter=

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Postby venice » 20 Oct 2008, 20:02

Thanks Peter will do so

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Postby PeterTimber » 21 Oct 2008, 03:44

Jan Hall @naa.gov.au for e-mail.

Letter received from Jan Hall, Ref:sp20122, Reference Officer, National Archives of Australia, Adelaide Office, Telephone 1-300-886-881.

Please Private message me with your e-mail address so I can forward her letter to you. =Peter=


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