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Marriage Rome 1883

Postby Anizio » 12 Oct 2014, 22:46

Hello all!

I have done amateur genealogy for most of my family, getting lines going back to the 1600s in many cases, but I am having trouble with the Comune of Rome and I can't seem to get them to cooperate.

I am trying to get una copia integrale dell'atto di matrimonio from them, but as I am in North America and my Italian is not perfect it has been a struggle, even though from any other town or city in Italy it has been easy.

I know the names of the people, the exact date, and even the registry number and location:
Giambattista Malacrida e Maria Cinti
16 Giugno 1883
Registri di Stato Civile No. 1088, Parte 1a, dal Campidoglio

So given that I have such specific information, can anyone explain the process to get Rome to send me the documents or give me a hand in retrieving them?

Thanks!
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Re: Marriage Rome 1883

Postby Italysearcher » 15 Oct 2014, 16:13

Rome wants 1 euro for a copy of the original. They do not want stamps, cheques or bank orders, they want cash OR the money deposited in their post office account.
They also want photo ID and an addressed envelope.
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Re: Marriage Rome 1883

Postby TerraLavoro » 15 Oct 2014, 18:04

If you don't need an official copy from the comune, you could order the microfilm from FamilySearch. Looks like the film number for that record is 2144058.
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Re: Marriage Rome 1883

Postby Anizio » 15 Oct 2014, 20:42

Both of those are great help!

Italysearcher: would it be enough to send money with a written request? if not how would I ensure money gets to their post office account?

TerraLavoro: Is there any way to create a paper copy from a microfilm record? I have never tried that before.

Thanks!!!
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Re: Marriage Rome 1883

Postby adelfio » 15 Oct 2014, 20:54

Ipad IPhone or digital camera (no flashes) take photo of record off the microfilm reader save to a computer print it off

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Re: Marriage Rome 1883

Postby erudita74 » 15 Oct 2014, 21:04

Some local family history centers have microfilm reader/printers which allow you to to print a paper copy of a record you see on the microfilm, Some larger centers also have a machine which allows you to save a record to a flash drive. You need to bring your own flash drive with you to the center. Then you can print from your home computer, any records you have saved on the flash drive.

You might also be able to get someone in the Mormon Library in Salt Lake City to email you a copy of the record.

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Re: Marriage Rome 1883

Postby Italysearcher » 15 Oct 2014, 23:02

Thanks Erudita, I keep forgetting these records are now on microfilm.
Anizio, yes, if you can get a 5 Euro bill just staple it to the letter, be sure to tell them to have a coffee with the change or you may get money back.
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Re: Marriage Rome 1883

Postby Anizio » 01 Nov 2014, 05:21

erudita74 wrote:
You might also be able to get someone in the Mormon Library in Salt Lake City to email you a copy of the record.

https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/ ... n_Services

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Thank you this worked!
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