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Ronconi

Postby E.Migliori » 15 Oct 2005, 10:29

im looking for anything about Ronconi, special in Talamello or France( since 1880) :?:
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Re: Ronconi

Postby wldspirit » 15 Oct 2005, 19:43

While I do not have any info on the Ronconi family, my family was also from Talamello. My surnames are Grifoni, Cupi, Michi and Rapetti.....
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Re: Ronconi

Postby brujaojos » 15 Oct 2005, 20:24

Hi There,

Here is the address where to write for records.

COMUNE di TALAMELLO
Provincia di Pesaro e Urbino
Pizza Garibaldi, 2
61010 Talamello (PU)

Tel. 0541 920036
Fax. 0541 920736

e-mail: comune.talamello@provincia.ps.it

Here is the link for the website.
http://www.comune.talamello.pu.it/

Don't forget the letter needs to be in Italian and here is a link that will help you translate the letter into Italian.
http://www.circolocalabrese.org/resourc ... civile.asp

And don't forget to send 2 IRC (International Reply Coupons) that you can get from the Post Office for about $1.80 each.

And if you give us more information about your family, maybe we can help you better.

I hope this helps,
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Re: Ronconi

Postby wldspirit » 15 Oct 2005, 20:40

Talamello no longer holds records, Novafeltria has all Talamello records.

Comune Di Novafeltria
61015 Novafeltria (PU) - Via Cavour, 6
0541 922853

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Re: Ronconi

Postby suanj » 15 Oct 2005, 20:42

hehehe wldspirit, really you learn very soon!
and perhaps the Migliori could find some difficulties for to obtain the records... as we know already....many hugs, suanj
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Re: Ronconi

Postby wldspirit » 15 Oct 2005, 20:49

If not for you suanj....I would still be requesting records from Talamello..and waiting and waiting.... :lol:
And even so...Novafeltria was very slow to respond......
I raise my glass to your dedication and to my patience!!!!!! :wink:
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Re: Ronconi

Postby suanj » 15 Oct 2005, 21:10

Hi Lisa, really... the obtaining your ancestor's records, for me, are again, the best difficulty that I had...(!)... hugs hugs, suanj
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Re: Ronconi

Postby E.Migliori » 16 Oct 2005, 10:18

thanks all of you!
The other name in Talamello is Sabatini, wldspirt!
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Re: Ronconi

Postby wldspirit » 16 Oct 2005, 23:06

There are quite a few families from Talamello that came to this area to work the coal mines, they all lived in their own little community, associating with one another. I have plans to transcribe the cemetary where many of them are buried and upload it to the internet. If I come across any of your surnames I will let you know........as suanj has said...Talamello was a tiny village..and so all related. To date the population is only around 1000 persons.
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Re: Ronconi

Postby E.Migliori » 22 Oct 2005, 08:58

Hi LIsa,
What for coalmines do you mean?
The Ronconi emigrated in France and worked really in the lorraine- Coalmines, but Geronimo Ronconi ( or was it a family-legend? Perhaps) cames with Garibaldis Camigie rosse!
What for cemetery are you meaning?
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Re: Ronconi

Postby wldspirit » 23 Oct 2005, 04:12

There were many families from TALAMELLO who came to this area, Illinois.

They worked in the coal mines.

They are now dead and buried in Saint Josephs cemetary.

I am transcribing all their names.

Talamello was a very small village.....as you do further research you will come across more surnames related to your family. Not all of them went to France..some stayed in Italy...and others came to the United States.

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Re: Ronconi

Postby wldspirit » 23 Oct 2005, 04:12

There were many families from TALAMELLO who came to this area.

They worked in the coal mines in this area.

They are now dead and buried in Saint Josephs cemetary.

I am transcribing all their names.

Talamello was a very small village.....as you do further research you will come across more surnames related to your family. Not all of them went to France..some stayed in Italy...and others went elsewhere.

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Re: Ronconi

Postby wldspirit » 23 Oct 2005, 04:13

There were many families from TALAMELLO who came to this area.

They worked in the coal mines in this area.

They are now dead and buried in Saint Josephs cemetary.

I am transcribing all their names.

Talamello was a very small village.....as you do further research you will come across more surnames related to your family. Not all of them went to France..some stayed in Italy...and others went elsewhere.

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Re: Ronconi

Postby wldspirit » 23 Oct 2005, 04:13

There were many families from TALAMELLO who came to this area.

They worked in the coal mines in this area.

They are now dead and buried in Saint Josephs cemetary.

I am transcribing all their names.

Talamello was a very small village.....as you do further research you will come across more surnames related to your family. Not all of them went to France..some stayed in Italy...and others went elsewhere.

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Re: Ronconi

Postby wldspirit » 23 Oct 2005, 04:23

OMG....... 8O ......sorry bout that......I kept getting a "web site not responding message"......... :oops:
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