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Postby tonyind » 25 Nov 2004, 17:42

Iam seeking information for Indiciani from Introdaqua Italy

not doing to good
Anthony Indiciani

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Postby mfjp » 25 Nov 2004, 18:01

If you were to be more specific, people who help from this site would know how to help...

Are you looking for a person? If so, year of birth... first name?? A ship's record? What year are you researching? Are you researching your town's history?

The Ellis Island website has a few ship records of Indiciani from Introdaqua

http://ellisisland.org/

It is one of the best free websites.

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Postby ptimber » 25 Nov 2004, 18:36

Suince you are not clear as to what you are seeking there are just two Indiciani in the province of Aquila where Introdacqua is located and they reside in Sulmona. Go to www.paginebianche.it and insert Indiciani in the first line and AQ (for Aquila province) in the third line and click CERCA. There are no Indiciani currently residing in Introdacqua Postale 67030. Peter

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Postby ptimber » 25 Nov 2004, 18:38

There are records from 1809 to 1865 on Microfilm for births,marriages and deaths in Introdacqua which can be found at the family history library nearest your home for a nominal rental fee of about $3.00. There you can look up all the Indiciani during that period of time. Peter

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Re: Name

Postby stephan » 27 Nov 2006, 17:03

I maybe of help, I have indexed families from Introdacqua going back to the 1800's. Also..Induciani was actually spelled Iudiciani at that time.

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