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Rosaria Cascio Record Search

Postby rp76226 » 07 Feb 2014, 22:17

Rosaria Cascio is the daughter of Giuseppe Cascio (1859 -1907) and Lucia Trabunella (1865 - ?) who married August 25, 1882 in Polizzi Generosa where they lived and had at least 9 other children there from 1883 to 1903. Rosaria is also the sister of my grandmother. I have a picture of Rosaria as an old woman in Italy with her sister Vincenza and likely one of their daughters and grandchildren. I have found the birth records of all 9 of her siblings, and in some cases, the marriage records too, as well as death dates that were later recorded on the birth record. I cannot find anything on her despite the fact that the Mormon site has extensive digitalized records for Polizzi Generosa through 1910. Only her sister Gandolfa and brother Rosario came to the US; the rest stayed in Italy. I could use some help finding her birth record and possibly her marriage record.
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Re: Rosaria Cascio Record Search

Postby adelfio » 08 Feb 2014, 17:45

Perhaps she was married after 1910
Don't know if you have it the marriage allegati of Giuseppe Cascio and Lucia Trabunella I was looking through records for someone and found them it has their birth records in the pages
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Re: Rosaria Cascio Record Search

Postby rp76226 » 08 Feb 2014, 20:13

Marty, I had those records though since I never do allegati records (because I can't find an allegati index to locate family), so I'm wondering where I got them from. I also have Marriage record #40 for Polizzi in 1882 that shows the marriage took place August 25. The Allegati records show two dates - August 27 and September 7. What is the actual marriage date? August 25 or 27 or September 7? Here's the link to record # 40:

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Re: Rosaria Cascio Record Search

Postby erudita74 » 08 Feb 2014, 20:51

rp76226 wrote:Marty, I had those records though since I never do allegati records (because I can't find an allegati index to locate family), so I'm wondering where I got them from. I also have Marriage record #40 for Polizzi in 1882 that shows the marriage took place August 25. The Allegati records show two dates - August 27 and September 7. What is the actual marriage date? August 25 or 27 or September 7? Here's the link to record # 40:

http://postimg.org/image/76kidb5q5/611c9948/

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The first publication was posted on Aug 27th and remained posted until the second publication was posted and replaced it on Sept 3rd. The second one expired on Sept 7th, so the actual marriage would have taken place anytime after this date.
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Re: Rosaria Cascio Record Search

Postby rp76226 » 08 Feb 2014, 22:50

Okay, I went back and found the actual marriage record:

http://postimg.org/image/77xhto6n5/cfa96bba/

I now know that it's not an actual marriage record unless I see the word "ATTI" in the record title. Interesting coincidence that the marriage announcement and marriage record both were numbered "40". They also married on September 7th, the day the second announcement expired. I'm guessing that the expiration date or a marriage announcement will normally be the expected marriage date. That could save some time finding others in the future.
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Re: Rosaria Cascio Record Search

Postby erudita74 » 08 Feb 2014, 23:00

The date the second publication expires is not necessarily the date of the actual marriage. In the case of my great grandparents, for example, their marriage publications were on Oct 21st and Oct 28th, 1894, with the second publication expiring on the 31st. They didn't marry, however, until Nov 12th of that year.

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Re: Rosaria Cascio Record Search

Postby adelfio » 08 Feb 2014, 23:20

You know if you can find a marriage allegati it usually is a gold mine of record info.
Since there usually no indexes try looking by the date of the marriage publication it seems most are in that order by month in the year you are searching sometimes you might have to go through all of pages but its worth it with the records
On the cover page they show how many documents are in each allegati file so can kinda go from cover page to cover page
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Re: Rosaria Cascio Record Search

Postby erudita74 » 09 Feb 2014, 00:41

adelfio wrote:You know if you can find a marriage allegati it usually is a gold mine of record info.
Since there usually no indexes try looking by the date of the marriage publication it seems most are in that order by month in the year you are searching sometimes you might have to go through all of pages but its worth it with the records
On the cover page they show how many documents are in each allegati file so can kinda go from cover page to cover page
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Unfortunately I've seen many allegati records which have no cover sheets separating the records belonging to one couple from the records belonging to another.

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Re: Rosaria Cascio Record Search

Postby rp76226 » 09 Feb 2014, 01:16

Marty, it appeared that the allegati cover sheet said there would be 5 pages, but image number 890 seemed to be a duplicate of 889 and image 892 was a duplicate of 891. Net there were only 3 records. Thanks for the tip on chronological order. I'm guessing that the allegati record most often is triggered by a marriage record and hardly ever by a birth record. Not sure about a death record triggering an allegati. What is your experience?
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Re: Rosaria Cascio Record Search

Postby adelfio » 09 Feb 2014, 21:16

If the parents are dead at the time of the marriage its usually entered in the Allegati either by death extract or in the marriage publication

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