About to send requests to Sicily?

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About to send requests to Sicily?

Postby helpplease » 12 Oct 2009, 17:15

I had a few questions before sending in my request first my GFF was born in Palermo in 1885 I was able to find the address of where to send that request well I have it somewhere, but the real question is that my GGM was born in Monterosso Almo in Sicily and I am unsure where to request her birth certificate from. They were married in Palermo in 1914 and so can I send the request for both the marriage record and birth record to the same place in on envelope? Thank you so much for your help and Happy Columbus Day! Mike

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Re: About to send requests to Sicily?

Postby ricbru » 12 Oct 2009, 17:56

Hello,
when you send a request, you can write down, only in italian, to receive several documents, all in one letter.
Remember that you should need to add: self addressed envelope + IRC (international reply coupon, to be bought at local post office) + copy of your ID. Be as much as specific in your request written in italian
I hope it helps
bye Riccardo


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