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Catasto Onciario

Postby Amansolillo » 18 May 2016, 04:44

Hello. I'm aware that FamilySearch is currently working on making the Catasto Onciario viewable online in the future, but does anyone know if some of it is already viewable online? I am looking for the following cities, specifically (I believe all of these cities were part of the Kingdom of Naples at the time):

*Panni
*Orsara Dauno Irpina (Orsara di Puglia)
*Ariano (Ariano Irpino)
*Roccapiemonte
*Savignano di Puglia (Savignano Irpino)
*Itri
*Monticelli (Monte San Biagio)
*Arce
*Colle San Magno
*Pontecorvo
*Prata Sannita
*Piedimonte d'Alife (Piedimonte Matese)
*San Potito Sannitico
*Conca della Campania
*Marzano (Marzano Appio)

Also, is there a resource comparable to the Catasto Onciario, but for the Papal States and Sicily?
Last names of interest: Mansolillo, Morena, Grasso, Montecalvo, Fusco, Sinapi, DelBonis, Grossi, Sormanti, Cocuzzoli, Simonelli, Bevilacqua, Uccello, Cultrera, Pesaturo, Fragola

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Postby suanj » 18 May 2016, 09:43

Hi, abt Ariano ( Ariano Irpino):
Catasto Onciario della Città di Ariano - Vol. I
http://www.santespine.it/catasto/C%20O% ... 0parte.pdf
Catasto Onciario della Città di Ariano - Vol. II
http://www.santespine.it/catasto/CO_VOL ... _parte.pdf
the link here http://www.santespine.it/Ariano-Irpino.asp
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Re: Catasto Onciario

Postby erudita74 » 18 May 2016, 12:47

In Sicily, you have riveli di bene e anime. They are available on microfilm for some of the Sicilian towns

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

http://comunesofitaly.org/pipermail/ter ... 02575.html

There are some online for Carini in Palermo Province

http://www.cariniexchange.com/cariniexchange_005.htm

Some online transcriptions for the town of Vizzini at this link

http://www.vizzinesi.org/riveli-di-beni-e-anime

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Re: Catasto Onciario

Postby James Graham » 18 May 2016, 13:50

Amansolillo,

I have been searching for Itri, Pontecorvo and Arce also.
There is not much on line.
I find records from Monticelli, Esperia and some from Monte San Biagio. But because
we can't see the actual document, some are listed as Monticelli, Terni, Umbria, when in fact, they are Monticelli, Esperia, Frosinone or Monticelli (Monte San Biagio), Latina, Lazio.

I'm also researching for Grossi, Bevilacqua, Sinapi and Fragola.

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Postby suanj » 18 May 2016, 16:05

abt orsara di puglia I will send you a pm ..
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Postby Italysearcher » 20 May 2016, 09:50

Esperia was formerly known as Roccaguglielmo. Try that for the LDS microfilms.
If you have seen the Sophia Loren movie 'Two Women' you will see what happened in Esperia after WW2. All civil records were lost after 1866 however the town do have some index cards that can help identify ancestors born in this period. All parish records were also lost which complicates the situtation.
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Postby dmt1955 » 22 May 2016, 14:36

ariano irpino is one of my ancestral towns. the sante spine records from ariano irpino are incomplete. the page lists 4 files. vol 1 and vol 2 parts 1 - 3. those 3 files are the same. i have written to them about this inquiring if they have all the records, on the off chance i would hear back. but, did not.

ps if you find any additional info for the castato in ariano, i would appreciate you letting me know. thanks!

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Postby dmt1955 » 22 May 2016, 14:40

re: records for savignano di puglia...
tony labriola was very helpful to me when searching for records from Zungoli. he may have info as this is his ancestral town. his website is: http://tony1430.tribalpages.com/tribe/b ... 9&ver=2725
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Re: Catasto Onciario

Postby Amansolillo » 31 May 2016, 00:44

Thank you for the help! The one I am most interested in looking for is the Catasto Onciario from Panni. Does anyone know how I might be able to find it?
Last names of interest: Mansolillo, Morena, Grasso, Montecalvo, Fusco, Sinapi, DelBonis, Grossi, Sormanti, Cocuzzoli, Simonelli, Bevilacqua, Uccello, Cultrera, Pesaturo, Fragola

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Postby Amansolillo » 27 Jul 2016, 04:49

I was able to acquire a transcript of the Catasto Onciario of Itri. I'm currently trying to piece together what fits with my family. I came across a strangely worded section for a household that may have been an ancestor of mine:

Il bovaro Biagio Mancino di 31 anni abita in casa propria a Centanova con magazzeno e vari territori. Vive con la moglie Gioanna Caracuzzo di 36 anni, il figlio Francesco custode di animali di 13 anni, il figlio Stefano di 4 anni, la figlia Maria Saveria di 10 anni, il cognato Domenico Caracuzzo di 33 anni con la figlia Lucia di 1 mese e con Apollonia Tatta madrigna vedova di secondo letto del fu Antonio di 65 anni e madre di Gioanna, sua moglie. Once 30.10


I can't really tell who exactly Apollonia is related to in that context. I'm under the impression that it is saying that she is the widow of Antonio and she is the mother of Gioanna Caracuzzo. If she is Gioanna Caracuzzo's mother, then whose stepmother is she? Unless I'm misunderstanding this entirely, could the census-taker have meant to record "mother-in-law" (of Biagio Mancino) instead of "stepmother"?
Last names of interest: Mansolillo, Morena, Grasso, Montecalvo, Fusco, Sinapi, DelBonis, Grossi, Sormanti, Cocuzzoli, Simonelli, Bevilacqua, Uccello, Cultrera, Pesaturo, Fragola

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Postby suanj » 27 Jul 2016, 09:02

I understand so:
that Gioanna Caracuzzo and Domenico Caracuzzo was siblings; the family members:

-Biagio Mancino + Gioanna Caracuzzo and their children: Francesco, Stefano, Maria Saveria
-Domenico Caracuzzo (Brother in law of Biagio Mancini and Brother of Gioanna Caracuzzo) and his daughter Lucia

-Apollonia Tatta was the 1th wife of ... (?) Caracuzzo and mother of Gioanna and Domenico Caracuzzo; when widow married the second time to Antonio Mancini father of Biagio Mancini, that he was also widow of the his first wife ( mother of Biagio Mancini)

So when Antonio Mancini( widow with 1 son, Biagio) married to Apollonia Tatta widow Caracuzzo( with 2 children Gioanna and Domenico Caracuzzo) they lived in same house, and Biagio Mancini married to Gioanna Caracuzzo ( that was possible because they was no siblings really, no same blood);
Antonio Mancini died, Apollonia became widow for the second time, and all members lived in same house, because for Biagio, Apollonia Tatta (widow Caracuzzo and widow Mancini) well she was the his stepmother and the his mother in law....
I understand so... hoping helpful,
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