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Postby jkingb » 05 Jul 2014, 22:00

Does anybody happen to know where I can information about expected dates for digitization of records on the antenati site? I am interested in Napoleonic era records from the province of Asti, but when I click on the region, I only get a message that images are not yet available. Is there some source where plans/dates for digitization and uploading are made available? Thanks.
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Re: antenati site

Postby suanj » 06 Jul 2014, 11:40

Hi
I don't know if the civil records by Asti Archive of State are in digitazion process.. however if the uploading of data will continue and it will be ok, you will find also the civil records from 1804 to 1814 that I believe interest you abt the following places:

A t t i - d e l l o - s t a t o - c i v i l e - d e l - d i p a r t i m e n t o - d i - M a r e n g o ,
circondario di Asti, mazzi 182 (1804-1814). Elenco 1972.
Comprende, oltre ad Asti, le seguenti località in parte non comprese nell’attuale
circoscrizione provinciale : Acqui (Acqui Terme) 2, Agliano, Albugnano, Alice (Alice
Bel Colle) 2, Antignano, Aramengo, Azzano (Azzano d’Asti), Bagnasco (Bagnasco
d’Asti) l, Baldichieri (Baldichieri d’Asti), Belforte (Belforte Monferrato) 2, Belvedere
(Belvedere Langhe) 3, Bergamasco 2, Berzano (Berzano di San Pietro), Bisio 4,
Bistagno 2, Brozolo 5, Brusasco 5, Buttigliera (Buttigliera d’Asti), Calamandrana,
Calosso, Camerano Casasco, Canelli, Cantarana, Capriata (Capriata d’orba) 2,
Capriglio, Carpeneto 2, Cartosio 2, Casaleggio (Casaleggio Boiro) 2, Cassinasco,
Cassinelle 2, Castagnole delle Lanze, Castell’Alfero, Castellero, Castelletto (Castelletto
Molina), Castelnuovo Belbo, Castelnuovo Bormida 2, Castelnuovo Calcea, Castelnuovo
d’Asti (Castelnuovo Don Bosco), Castel Rocchero, Castelvero (Castelvero
d’Asti) 6, Cavagnolo 5, Cavatore 2, Cellarengo, Celle (Celle Enomondo), Chiusano
(Chiusano d’Asti), Cinaglio, Cisterna (Cisterna d’Asti), Coazzolo, Cocconato,
Cocconito ‘, Cortandone, Cortanze, Cortazzone, Corticella *, Cossombrato, Costigliole
(Costigliole d’Asti), Cremolino 2, Dego g, Dusino lo, Ferrere, Francavilla (Francavilla Bisio) l, Frinco, Grognardo l, Incisa (Incisa Belbo poi Incisa Scapaccino),
Isola (Isola d’Asti), Isolabella 2, Lerma l, Marcorengo 3, Maretto, Marmorito 4,
Melazzo l, Migliandolo 5, Moasca, Mollare 6, Mombercelli, Monale, Monastero
(Monastero Bormida), Moncucco (Moncucco Torinese), Mondonio (Mondonio
San Domenico Savio) ‘, Mongardino, Montà 8, Montabone, Montafia, Montaldo
Scarampi, Montechiaro (Montechiaro d’Asti), Montegrosso (Montegrosso d’Asti),
Monteu da Po 2, Moransengo, Morbello l, Mornese l, Morsasco l, Neive *, Nizza
Monferrato, Orsara (Orsara Bormida) l, Passerano 4, Piazzo g, Piea, Pino (Pino
d’Asti), Ponzone l, Portacomaro, Pralormo 2, Prasco l, Primeglio 4, Quarto (Quarto
Astese) lo, Resobbio, Revigliasco (Revigliasco d’Asti), Ricaldone l, Rivalta (Rivalta
Bormida) l, Roatto, Robella, Rocca d’Arazzo, Rocca Grimalda l, Rocchetta
Palafea, Rocchetta Tanaro, San Cristoforo l, San Damiano (San Damiano d’Asti),
San Martino (San Martino Alfieri), San Marzano (San Marzano Oliveto), San Marzanotto,
San Michele (San Michele d’Asti) 11, San Paolo (San Paolo della Valle) 12,
Santo Stefano Belbo *, Schierano 4, Scurzolengo, Serravalle (Serravalle d’Asti) lo,
Sessame, Sessant lo, Settime, Silvano d’Orbal, Soglio, Solbrito 12, Spigno (Spigno
Monferrato) l, Strevi l, Tagliolo (Tagliolo Monferrato) l, Tassarolo l, Terzo l, Tigliole,
Tonengo, Vaglierano lo Vaglio (Vaglio Serra), Valfenera, Verrua Savoia 2,
Viale (Viale d’Asti), Vigliano’ (Vigliano d’Asti), Villafranca (Villafranca d’Asti),
Villanova (Villanova d’Asti), Vinchio, Visone l.
http://www.maas.ccr.it/PDF/Asti.pdf
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Re: antenati site

Postby jkingb » 08 Jul 2014, 07:46

suanj,

Thank you so much for your response. To add a little more detail - I am interested in records from Albugnano and Berzanodi San Pietro from the early 1800s. Are you suggesting that there is a chance these may never appear on Antenati? That would be a shame.. Even civil or church records for later periods aren't available on familysearch. There seems to be nothing for this region!
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Re: antenati site

Postby suanj » 08 Jul 2014, 11:16

I think that- in future - it will be online on antenati website, all civil records that are in italian Archives...
the Antenati website with LDS collaboration ( LDS microfilmed the civil records present in many italian Archives) and on their own will update the website...

the 1804-1814 civil records of Communes in Asti province was no microfilmed by LDS, so Antenati website must microfilming by itself..
I hope that will make so and very soon... the last update (may 2014), available online, it is abt the communes in Genoa province..
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