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Postby k8landers » 01 Oct 2008, 02:11

If someone was raised or lived in a convent would I request records differently?

There is very little information about my great grandmother - I was told that she lived in a convent in Capestrano but I'm not sure why....

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Postby PeterTimber » 01 Oct 2008, 02:18

If you are bnot seeking records beyond birth,marriage or death then going to Capestrano Uffico di Stato Civile in Capestrano as previously covered in a companion inquiry by you. I prefer the www.mangeruca.com but any website of preference will do. =Peter=


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