When are copies of records kept in the provincial capital?

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When are copies of records kept in the provincial capital?

Postby corrado » 19 Jan 2010, 14:59

My cousin’s family came from Ateleta in 1890. I think the last one was born in 1878. This town was on the Gustav line and completely destroyed in WWII. I am wondering are there copies of birth records in L’Auila the capital of that region from that date? So in short when are records sent to the capital?

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