CAPRIATI A VOLTURNO

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CAPRIATI A VOLTURNO

Postby hollygianfrancesco » 10 Dec 2009, 12:18

Is anyone familiar with this area?

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Postby johnnyonthespot » 10 Dec 2009, 15:10

hollygianfrancesco wrote:Is anyone familiar with this area?
I was told my uncle gave away his olive groves to his niece around 1950 when she married.
Her name was possibly Maria Gianfrancesco.
She may or may not be alive and I have yet to find out who she married so I can't find children.
What is the possibility these olive groves still exist and are still in the family?


The Italian telephone directory lists four Gianfrancesco's in Capriati a Volturno, including a Maria Antonia Gianfrancesco.

Perhaps you should write some letters?

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Postby hollygianfrancesco » 10 Dec 2009, 15:17

I did, going in the mail today. An earlier post I made for Gianfrancesco had given me a reply with the 4 names and addresses.
I would like to know if anyone knows the area who has been there or lives there.

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Postby PeterTimber » 10 Dec 2009, 15:34

The next best thing(if you can read andunderstand Italian) is to go to www.tiscali.it and put in Volturno or Volturno Olive (olives) in the search box for thousands of references to Volturno which will familiarize you with Volturno in all of its aspects should no one with knowledge of the area get back to you. =Peter=
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Postby hollygianfrancesco » 18 Dec 2009, 01:13

SUCCESS!

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Postby PeterTimber » 28 Jan 2010, 17:10

Be patient because they do not necessarily need an exact bithdate and are probably sorting thru the records. In Italy the clerks at the Registry offices do their research after closing their doors to the public. Wait a couple of weks and then send a follow-up to your cousin. =Peter=
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Postby hollygianfrancesco » 28 Jan 2010, 17:20

I received 3 letters written in italian!
i have no clue what they actually say but i am sure they say NONE found!I don't know how to link them here.

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Postby hollygianfrancesco » 28 Jan 2010, 17:24

The 3rd is a pdf file that I can't cut and paste

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Postby suanj » 28 Jan 2010, 20:49

abt the second reply, they found in Roccamandolfi common, only the births abt:
-Costantino Gianfrancesco b.1872 Roccamandolfi
- Bartolomeo Berardo Gianfrancesco b. 1866 Roccamandolfi
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Postby suanj » 28 Jan 2010, 20:57

hollygianfrancesco wrote:GENTILE SIG. HOLLY SALIK,



IN RIFERIMENTO ALLA SUA RICHIESTA HO CONSULTATO I REGISTRI DI STATO CIVILE DAL 1872 AL 1882 NON RISULTA NATA NESSUNA PERSONA CON IL COGNOME E NOME DI AGRIESTI MICHELINA. ANGELINA E MICHELE CON PATERNITA’ AGRIESTI LEONARDO E MATERNITA’ MARELLA O COCCO MARIA. INOLTRE NEI REGISTRI DI NASCITA DELL’ANNO 1878 NON RISULTA NATA NESSUNA PERSONA CON IL NOME DI AGRIESTI MICHELINA.E IL COGNOME AGRIESTI PUO’ DARSI CHE PROVENGA DAL COMUNE LIMITROFO DI CELLE DI SAN VITO (FG).



DISTINTI SALUTI L’UFFICIALE DI STATO CIVILE

GALLUCCI

from 1872 to 1882 nobody Agriesti Michelina or Angelina or Michele (parents: Leonardo and mother Marella or Cocco maria) are born... especially in 1878 nobody Michelina Agriesti; maybe they are born in Celle San Vito
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Postby hollygianfrancesco » 28 Jan 2010, 21:37

Thanks so much. So I need to send money. Should I send money to my cousin and let her get the copies since she speaks Italian and lives there?

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