"Sulzer" in Milano and San Remo 1937

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"Sulzer" in Milano and San Remo 1937

Postby fuchsi » 19 Nov 2008, 12:03

Hi everybody!

I am searching for both the brothers

Willy Sulzer, book-seller, born in Germany,
lived in 1937 in San Remo, Vicolo Foce 5

and

Karlo Sulzer, tracer, born in Germany
lived in 1937 in Milano, Via Curzola 15

There were born around 1895.
How and where could I get started to find them?

Thank you for your help!

fuchsi, Germany

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Re: "Sulzer" in Milano and San Remo 1937

Postby PeterTimber » 19 Nov 2008, 13:16

The surname Sulzer is concentrated in trentino Alto Adige, and around Milano and Toscana so the www.gens.labo.net/en/cognomi website for the surname distribution in Italy. Go to www.paginebianche.it and put in SULZER in the first line and the regions of Trentino Alto Adige, Lombardia and Toscana.and click CERCA for the listings .You might also want to try Piemonte, Veneto and Liguria to cover the entire area. The listings are a mix of persons and companies..

You may wish to review these listings for the Sulzer having the first names of interest to you and contacting them. Form letters in Italian are avilable if Italian if you doo not wish to call them directly. Please advise if we can assist you further. =Peter=

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Re: "Sulzer" in Milano and San Remo 1937

Postby fuchsi » 20 Nov 2008, 08:52

Hi Peter,
thank you. That's from great help. I haven't known this side till now. Those form letters, where could I find them?
Furthermore, if this will not be successfully, is there any registry/administration/archiv which I could ask them for?
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Re: "Sulzer" in Milano and San Remo 1937

Postby PeterTimber » 20 Nov 2008, 13:05

what ios the nature of the letter that you wish to write....Potential relatove letter? requesting documents? =Peter=

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Re: "Sulzer" in Milano and San Remo 1937

Postby fuchsi » 21 Nov 2008, 10:49

Hi Peter,
you'r right, I want to write those people "Sulzer" to find any relatives.
Moreover I need certificates (e.g. of death). Do you have any form letters for this porpose? Otherwise, could I find them anywhere?
Your assistance is apreciated.
Thanks a lot.
fuchsi

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Re: "Sulzer" in Milano and San Remo 1937

Postby PeterTimber » 21 Nov 2008, 13:29

Dear Mr Fuchsi Go to www.nonsolocap.it and put inthe name of the town on top so that you get postal code,,province and region. Click on the name of the town where the person you wish to write to resides and when the screen comes uop you will find the address for the Municipal offices and where the offices of the records you seek are archived...UFFICIO DI STATO CIVILE which will appear inthe following website form letters.

Unfortunately, I have to leave out the www since this website makes it difficult inbring up the websites in certain instances.

The form letter for letter to potential relative is ...angelfire.com/ok3/pearlsofwisdom/saviello_italy-letter.html

The form letter for records is.....angelfire.com/ok3/pearlsofwisdom/italian-form-letters.html

I hope this works for you. =Peter=

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Re: "Sulzer" in Milano and San Remo 1937

Postby ricbru » 21 Nov 2008, 13:55

fuchsi wrote:Hi everybody!

I am searching for both the brothers

Willy Sulzer, book-seller, born in Germany,
lived in 1937 in San Remo, Vicolo Foce 5

and

Karlo Sulzer, tracer, born in Germany
lived in 1937 in Milano, Via Curzola 15

There were born around 1895.
How and where could I get started to find them?

Thank you for your help!

fuchsi, Germany


Hello I suggest you to contact Population office (ufficio anagrafe) of the municipality of San Remo and Milano

Write only in Italian too

Comune
Ufficio Anagrafe
Via C. Cavallotti, 59
CAP 18038
San Remo - Italy

Comune
Ufficio Anagrafe
Via Larga 12
20100 Milano Italy

I hope it helps
bye Riccardo


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Re: "Sulzer" in Milano and San Remo 1937

Postby PeterTimber » 21 Nov 2008, 17:17

Dear Livio it is working fine now so you didn't have to knock yourself out for me but thanks anyway. Its been fixed. =Peter=

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Re: "Sulzer" in Milano and San Remo 1937

Postby fuchsi » 21 Nov 2008, 21:09

Hi Peter, Hi Riccardo, Hi Livio,
waw ... that's great!
thanks so much!
I've served already a bit wihin your sides and recognized that the request would be much better with the exact dates of birth. So I think I am going to search for the dates in Germany first.
But one more single question:
Do you send cash with your request (to the archive or population office..)?

Wish you all a nice weekend!

fuchsi

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Re: "Sulzer" in Milano and San Remo 1937

Postby PeterTimber » 22 Nov 2008, 01:49

The service is fre to begin with and the clerks who do the research do so as an end of day duty are poporly paid. $5-$10.00 bill in an enclosed self addressed envelope might be helpful. =Peter=

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Re: "Sulzer" in Milano and San Remo 1937

Postby fuchsi » 24 Nov 2008, 08:10

Thank you Peter, and all the others again,
for your help and time.
Now I am full stuffed I think.
Let me know if I could be helpful in researching in Berlin or Germany!
Have a great week! Success with your research!
fuchsi


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