Death in Ferruzzano in the 1900s

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Death in Ferruzzano in the 1900s

Postby MichaelMaranda » 28 Sep 2014, 08:08

Hello - I am at a loss as to how determine when my ancestor Pasqualina Viglianti passed away. She is my great great grandmother and she lived in Ferruzzano, Reggio Calabria. Last mention of her I find is on the arrival of her daughter to the United States in 1911 when she reports her mother as still living in Ferruzzano.

I don't have any records which would narrow the range of her passing. She was born 23 Mar 1856, daughter of Mercurio Viglianti and Columba DeLorenzis.

What are the laws for privacy of records in Italy pertaining to death records? Is there a good way to obtain information on deaths after 1900?

I am also interested in when her husband my GG Grandfather Domenico Marando died. He was born 28 Oct 1857 in Ferruzzano, son of Giovanni Marando and Paola Stilo. Again, no data to narrow the range.

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Re: Death in Ferruzzano in the 1900s

Postby Joannsalvo » 28 Sep 2014, 12:53

Have you tried the films at your local Family History Center?

https://familysearch.org/search/catalog ... %20Library

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Re: Death in Ferruzzano in the 1900s

Postby PeterTimber » 28 Sep 2014, 18:21

Dear Michael the legal requirements might be addressed in the http://italiangenealogyroots.blogspot.com. website. Peter
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Re: Death in Ferruzzano in the 1900s

Postby MichaelMaranda » 29 Sep 2014, 01:19

Joannsalvo wrote:Have you tried the films at your local Family History Center?

https://familysearch.org/search/catalog ... %20Library


Yes, but not for this - two reasons - I don't think they are yet available for years after 1911 which is last date I have confirmed for Pasqualina being alive. The other reason is that for this town, after 1865 the films are one per year, and it will be expensive to request each year.

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Re: Death in Ferruzzano in the 1900s

Postby MichaelMaranda » 29 Sep 2014, 01:20

PeterTimber wrote:Dear Michael the legal requirements might be addressed in the http://italiangenealogyroots.blogspot.com. website. Peter


Thank you Peter, I will review that site.

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Re: Death in Ferruzzano in the 1900s

Postby PeterTimber » 29 Sep 2014, 03:10

If you request a document or documents from the Stato civile in Ferruzzano it is usually free of charge. Peter
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Re: Death in Ferruzzano in the 1900s

Postby PeterTimber » 30 Sep 2014, 16:48

To obtain documents without charge simply send an e-mail to commune.ferruzzano@gmail.com (notification of address sent from Ferruzzano to me) and forward a form letter which you can obtain from http://www.circolocalabrese.org and select genealogy for the form letter in Italian which you fill out with with English translation and wait qanywhere from 4-8 weeks. It should be shorter since the population of Ferruzzano is quite limited. (pop. 764). http://www.tuttitalia.it/calabria/92-ferruzzano If you click on the sito instituzionale for the Comune you will get to see a beautiful panaorama of Ferruzzano. Peter
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Re: Death in Ferruzzano in the 1900s

Postby liviomoreno » 30 Sep 2014, 17:01

comune.ferruzzano@gmail.com (the word comune is with 1 "m" only...)

you may also use protocollo@comune.ferruzzano.rc.it


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