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sending for documents.

Postby ginap » 10 Jun 2011, 10:52

Hi Everyone,
Quick one.
Which document do I ask for? that shows my great g grand fathers brothers and sisters.
when writing to the comune.
any links would be appreciated. :)

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Postby Bette » 10 Jun 2011, 13:53

The document is called the Stato di Famiglia (State of the Family). Here is one link to write to the Anagrafe office.

http://www.circolocalabrese.org/resourc ... /index.asp

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Postby johnnyonthespot » 10 Jun 2011, 14:03

However, don't set your hopes too high; in years of doing this, I don't recall ever hearing from anyone who was actually able to obtain this document.

Who knows? Maybe you can be our first!

Additional information: https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Italy_ ... amiglia.5D
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Postby ginap » 11 Jun 2011, 09:28

thank you, I'll let you know if i do get it.
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Postby donnawright » 11 Jun 2011, 12:38

Try anyway....I have been working on my fam history about 2 years and have received 3 from one comune and one from another.
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Postby ginap » 11 Jun 2011, 12:47

I noticed on a previous post on a different thread that I have to write to Casterta. will i use the same letter (link) or compile my own ( non parla Italiano)

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Postby johnnyonthespot » 11 Jun 2011, 14:43

Comune di Atina is currently part of the province of Frosinone (created 1926) and may have originally been part of Caserta, I would have to research to be certain.

When Frosinone was created, all relevant provincial archive records were supposedly transferred to the new provincial archives of Frosinone, so that is the place to begin your research. You can use the form letter, but instead of addressing it to Stato Civile..., use this address:

Archivio di Stato di Frosinone
Piazza De Matthaeis, 41
03100 Frosinone
ITALY

email: as-fr@beniculturali.it

If you want a backup plan, you can also try contacting the Caserta archives:

Archivio di Stato di Caserta
Via dei Bersaglieri, 9
81100 Caserta
ITALY

email: as-ce@beniculturali.it
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Postby Italysearcher » 11 Jun 2011, 16:28

Frosinone has no records for Atina. No pre-unitario records were transferrred. Caserta has 1809-1865.
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Postby Italysearcher » 11 Jun 2011, 16:30

Frosinone has no records for Atina. No pre-unitario records were transferrred. Caserta has 1809-1865. The town of Atina has a register of the population but they are not great at responding to written requests. (not even from me, I always have to go in person)
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Postby Bette » 12 Jun 2011, 04:56

Dear JohnnyOnTheSpot,
I want to go on record by stating that I did receive several of these "Stato di Famiglia" from my ancestral town in Sicily. It may have just been "good luck".
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Postby ginap » 12 Jun 2011, 20:37

johnnyonthespot wrote:Comune di Atina is currently part of the province of Frosinone (created 1926) and may have originally been part of Caserta, I would have to research to be certain.

When Frosinone was created, all relevant provincial archive records were supposedly transferred to the new provincial archives of Frosinone, so that is the place to begin your research. You can use the form letter, but instead of addressing it to Stato Civile..., use this address:

Archivio di Stato di Frosinone
Piazza De Matthaeis, 41
03100 Frosinone
ITALY

email: as-fr@beniculturali.it

If you want a backup plan, you can also try contacting the Caserta archives:

Archivio di Stato di Caserta
Via dei Bersaglieri, 9
81100 Caserta
ITALY

email: as-ce@beniculturali.it

I shall go with this one, and fingers crossed.
Now if I was to send for documents from Napoli, Napoli. Lds have this down as where they are born would you say in Napoli it self and not a village.

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Postby adelfio » 12 Jun 2011, 21:35

You folks should ask Ann Tatangelo(italysearcher) about the Stato di Famiglia (State of the Family records she lives in Italy she'll tell you about it...........

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Postby ginap » 20 Jul 2011, 16:15

I have received my ufficio anagrafe Filippo Battaglia, yes so pleased . thanks to you guys who helped. Gina.
Ps is Tutinelli a taboo word.


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