Allegati Records - how best to utilize

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Allegati Records - how best to utilize

Postby rp76226 » 30 Jun 2013, 04:26

Allegati records seem to cover births, deaths, and non-opposition to marriages. Correct? There seem to be no indices by year, so the only way to find relevant information is to read each one, which can be very time consuming and to no avail. Correct? Yet, sometimes normal civil records for births and deaths can have gaps of several years that may be covered by Allegati records. Why were the birth and death records contained in Allegati records not included with the other civil records for births and deaths? What made them different?
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Re: Allegati Records - how best to utilize

Postby adelfio » 30 Jun 2013, 16:50

I find some of the allegati are organized in the date of the marriage publication date Some are miss/match but the end result is a great find of records so it is well worth it.
Record gaps could be various reasons catastrophe (earthquake flood volcano records destroyed) epidemics (Typhoid Flu etc,,,

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