MY GRANDPA PARENTE'S TREE

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MY GRANDPA PARENTE'S TREE

Postby Last » 16 Jul 2010, 02:33

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HI I HAVE ATTACHED INFORMATION I RECEIVED FROM ITALY SOME TIME AGO. I HAVE WRITTEN ON THE PAPERS WHAT I FEEL IS THE FAMILY TREE OF MY GRANDPA PARENTE BACK TO 1812. COULD YOU PLEASE SEE IF I AM CORRECT.
Parente, Camerlengo, De Iorio, Di Luca, Mirra, Mirro, De Stefano, De Spirito

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Postby johnnyonthespot » 16 Jul 2010, 10:28

You will have to correct your image link so that we can see the document.
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Last wrote:img130.imageshack.us/g...e0059.jpg/

HI I HAVE ATTACHED INFORMATION I RECEIVED FROM ITALY SOME TIME AGO. I HAVE WRITTEN ON THE PAPERS WHAT I FEEL IS THE FAMILY TREE OF MY GRANDPA PARENTE BACK TO 1812. COULD YOU PLEASE SEE IF I AM CORRECT.


Ciriaco Parente, born June 7, 1812. Father Giovanni Parente, mother Veneranda Di Luca

Giovanni Parente, born October 29, 1848, Father Ciriaco Parente, mother Giuseppa De Iorio

Alessandro Parente, born August 8, 1879, Father Giovanni Parente, mother Anastasia Camerlengo.


You indicated that Alessandro was your grandfather, thus:

Giovanni Parente (1848) and Anastasia Carmerlengo were your great-grandparents

Ciriaco Parente and Giuseppa De Iorio were your great-great grandparents

Giovanni Parente (dob unknown, probably circa 1780-1790) and Veneranda Di Luca were your great-great-great grandparents


Does this answer the question? (your notations do appear to be correct. :) )
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Re: MY GRANDPA PARENTE'S TREE

Postby Last » 17 Jul 2010, 00:58

Thank you, I wasn't sure that I got it correct. My question is how do I go back farther in time?

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Parente, Camerlengo, De Iorio, Di Luca, Mirra, Mirro, De Stefano, De Spirito

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Postby johnnyonthespot » 17 Jul 2010, 01:14

Last wrote:Thank you, I wasn't sure that I got it correct. My question is how do I go back farther in time?

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Well, this is where things usually start getting difficult. Actually, you are lucky you got as far as you did (1812) as probably few comuni have records going back that far.

If you have reached a dead end with the comune, your only option now is to seek out church/parish records.

There are others here who can better advise you in that process than I can...
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Postby PeterTimber » 17 Jul 2010, 01:45

Church records...www.anzwers.org/free/italiangen/italian_church_records.html

Be nice to the jolly priests who are in total command of their parish records.

Hire his nephew if necessary to research. Some are agreeable and helpful while others are disagreeable and are not interested. =Peter=
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Postby Last » 17 Jul 2010, 02:12

Thank you for the tip. :)
Parente, Camerlengo, De Iorio, Di Luca, Mirra, Mirro, De Stefano, De Spirito

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Re: MY GRANDPA PARENTE'S TREE

Postby Last » 26 Jul 2010, 00:13

Hello everyone, I have a file in pdf format that I need hekp translating. Could anyone help me do that please?
Parente, Camerlengo, De Iorio, Di Luca, Mirra, Mirro, De Stefano, De Spirito

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Re: MY GRANDPA PARENTE'S TREE

Postby Tessa78 » 26 Jul 2010, 17:43

You can post it here or in the Translation Forum... upload it to imageshack.com and copy and paste the "Direct link" in your post.

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Postby PeterTimber » 26 Jul 2010, 19:50

By the way, do you ghave the name and address of the church you plan on writing to for records?? =Peter=
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Re: MY GRANDPA PARENTE'S TREE

Postby Last » 27 Jul 2010, 01:43

Peter I don't know yet, maybe when the papers are translated you can help me.
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