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Brugioni

Postby cornmom10 » 27 Feb 2010, 22:47

I am new to this forum and to Italian Genealogy. I am doing some research for a friend. We know his father was Alberto Brugioni born 1907, grandfather was Antonio born 1866, great grandfather was Giovanni born 1830, great-great was Giuseppe born abt 1800. We know wives and many children. Alberto's wife was Norina Amidei born 1912. We need more info on Norina's family and would like to receive exact dates for Giuseppe and go back farther with the family lines. They were all born in Fiumalbo, Modena, Italy. My friend is afraid all the records may have burned in a San Bartolomeo church fire. I would love to hear from anyone who has more information. Thanks!

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Re: Brugioni

Postby vj » 27 Feb 2010, 22:56

Hello!
You can review the family's civil records from 1806 to 1929 on microfilm.
Valarie

Your nearest Family History Center has records for Fiumalbo on microfilm.
The cost is about $6 mo (rent), you’ll need to go to the center to order & view them.

Family History Library Catalog:
http://www.familysearch.org/eng/Library ... t_fhlc.asp

Film notes for Fiumalbo:
http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library ... +Fiumalbo+ &columns=*,0,0

Topic:
Italy, Modena, Fiumalbo - Civil registration
Titles:
Registri dello stato civile di Fiumalbo (Modena), 1806-1929 Fiumalbo (Modena).
Ufficio dello stato civile

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Re: Brugioni

Postby misbris » 27 Feb 2010, 23:02

Hi and welcome to the forum,

Do you have Antonio's ship's manifest? If not I'll post it for you. It says Antonio was going to a cousin Amidei. The families were probably related. Do you know Norina's father's name?

The Family History Center has civil records for Fiumalbo. You might want to order these.

http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library ... umns=*,0,0

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Re: Brugioni

Postby cornmom10 » 27 Feb 2010, 23:05

Thank you, Valarie! I know right where my local Family History Center is. I'll head on over ASAP with my Italian friend since it looks like even the record to the microfilm is in Italian! :) Time to learn a new language...

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Re: Brugioni

Postby vj » 27 Feb 2010, 23:15

I'm so glad we could help :D !
Italian records are terrific - they're very complete and all kept in the comune where the 'acts' took place.
Valarie

(Hi mj!)

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Re: Brugioni

Postby cornmom10 » 27 Feb 2010, 23:37

Hi, misbris, I never expected such a quick response. Thank you!

I don't have Antonio's ship's manifest. I do have Alberto's though. My friend was with his family when they came over in 1950. So please do send it. Do you mind filling me in on where you found it? Thanks so much!

Norina's parents were Bartolomeo and Palma (sp?). I don't know much more about Norina except that she was called Nora when she got to America.

Thanks for your help. I appreciate it and so does my friend.


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