Death in Domodossola

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Death in Domodossola

Postby ofoghlu » 26 Sep 2009, 12:24

I was hoping that someone might have a suggestion on this minor research snafu.

I would like to get the death extract for the brother of my bisnonna. He died in Domodossola sometime (and here is my problem) either in the 1940's or 1950's.

I don't expect that the vital records officer will research this for me - but I do have all of the decedent's other personal information (birth and marriage dates etc). Should I simply write a letter to the ufficio di stato civile and hope for the best or would the state archives be a better choice?

Thanks for the help again!

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Re: Death in Domodossola

Postby PeterTimber » 26 Sep 2009, 13:44

Go to www.Italy.usembassy.gov/acs/records.asp for privacy law involving your request in Italy for a death certificate.

Go to www.tuttitalia.it/piemonte/41-domodossola for the address of the Uffico di Stato Civile located under MUNICIPIO to mail your request

Go to www.angelfire.com/ok3/pearlsofwisdom/it ... tters.html for form letters in Italian langiage requesting "Estratto di Fede di decesso"(extract of death certificate) =Peter=
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Re: Death in Domodossola

Postby suanj » 26 Sep 2009, 13:54

ofoghlu wrote:I was hoping that someone might have a suggestion on this minor research snafu.

I would like to get the death extract for the brother of my bisnonna. He died in Domodossola sometime (and here is my problem) either in the 1940's or 1950's.

I don't expect that the vital records officer will research this for me - but I do have all of the decedent's other personal information (birth and marriage dates etc). Should I simply write a letter to the ufficio di stato civile and hope for the best or would the state archives be a better choice?

Thanks for the help again!

:D

Hi,
if you have the birth date it is enough to say: died between 1940-50
it is possible that on the birth act is registered also the death, so no problem... but because no passing 70 years from probable death year, you must to prove that you are the legitimate ggdaughter because only so you can make the request and to have a reply...
the prove are the certificates of your lineage and a photocopy of your ID card..
hoping helpful,
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Re: Death in Domodossola

Postby Lucap » 26 Sep 2009, 15:34

It's possible to obtain an extract of an act most recent than 70 years also if you are not a relative, but if you want an integral copy then you need to do like Suanj suggests (adding the reason of the request: i recommend "uso successione").

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Re: Death in Domodossola

Postby ofoghlu » 26 Sep 2009, 19:30

Thank You all for your suggestions and information!


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