Biviano, Ricci, Saurini To NY and Sydney!

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Biviano, Ricci, Saurini To NY and Sydney!

Postby Hollis » 28 May 2007, 12:44

We are just beginning research on our lines from Anagni, Frosinone and Lipari

Please help if you can!
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Re: Biviano, Ricci, Saurini To NY and Sydney!

Postby Tomil42 » 15 Nov 2009, 16:29

I have these surnames from Lipari: Famularo, LaMuta, Biviano, Manfre, Natoli, Reitano, Cannistra, Rijtano and others. My relatives mostly came to NY, some Reitanos went to Australia.

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Re: Biviano, Ricci, Saurini To NY and Sydney!

Postby PeterTimber » 15 Nov 2009, 17:13

Go to www.angelfire.com/ok3/pearlsofwisdom/fr ... earch.html and will succinctly show you how todo your own Italian Genealogy Research so that any inquiries you make will be knowledged based and expedited quickly.

You can also send for documents from the relating towns of origins based upon www.angelfire.com/ok3/pearlsofwsidom/it ... tters.html
These towns of origins can be further explored by going to www.nonsolocap.it and then putting in the name of the town(s). and then when the zip code, name and province comes up click on the town name for close up websites and addresses in those towns.

You can further rent out civil records on micorfilm records for each town, usually from 1809 to 1910 from your nearest Mormon family history library (www.familysearch.org) =Have fun!! =Peter=
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