Thank You AGAIN Valarie!!!!! I see what you're looking at and since I don't know very much, that never would have made sense to me. Now I have another question if you don't mind..I was trying to look on Family Search and the italian historical records are by comune. I don't see Avellino there..any suggestions?? PS I posted to the polish site like you suggested..THANKS!
Title: Registri dello stato civile di Avellino (Avellino), 1809-1899 Authors: Avellino (Avellino). Ufficio dello stato civile (Main Author) Notes: Microfilm dei registri originali nell'Archivio di Stato, Avellino. Microfilm ad alta riduzione (42x). Si consiglia di adoperare una macchina ad alto ingrandimento. Births, marriages, banns, deaths, miscellaneous documents, 10-year indexes. ---
And, just in case you aren’t familiar with the Family History Center & Italian records
Family History Library mircofilms only go to the late 1890's for Avellino so you will have to write or email for your fathers birth record Comune di Avellino Piazza del Popolo 1 83100 Avellino AV Italy
OGGETTO: Richiesta esito di atto nascita di Arturo Fiore
Gentilissima Signora, Gentile Signore, Mi chiamo YOUR NAME. Sto facendo una ricerca sui miei antenati e ho bisogno delle informazioni dai vostri registri. Vi chiedo di spedirmi l’estratto completo dell’atto di nascita o delle fotocopie atto di nascita L’individuo seguente è il mio antenato. Quanto segue è tutto ciò che so di questa persona: Arturo Fiore nato a Avellino il 1904. Nome e cognome del padre: Luigi Fiore Nome e cognome della madre: Maria Innaccone La ringrazio anticipatamente di voler comunicare i costi di spese di riproduzione e postali per ottenere l'esito di atto nascita. Distinti saluti, NAME ADDRESS EMAIL PHOTO ID DATE RETURN ENEVELOPE WITH ADDRESS
You are a virtual plethora of information!!! And the 'in case you aren't familiar with' part in your last response made me laugh..I'm not familiar with much of anything..but I'm trying to learn and you are a GREAT teacher! Thanks again!
And thank you to Marty too!!! The records are not for citizenship and I was thinking of trying to research my grandparents (both born in 1880) more than my father. Does it make sense to do that? And then it would be on microfilm, right? I REALLY appreciate ALL of your help!
Hi Carryld, I have been researching my family from Avellino and surrounding towns, for the past few years. Do all the manifest say they were from Avellino? What year did they come to the US, because after 1907 the manifest has 2 pages and give a lot more information.
While waiting on a copy of your father's birth record, order films from the FHC. I know I returned a few marriage records, because they were unreadable, but the birth records have been ok. Let me know if you need additional help and who knows maybe we have family in common. My family went to Manhattan and Brooklyn.