Civil Death Records After WW1 Death

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Civil Death Records After WW1 Death

Postby Josie07M11 » 24 Oct 2016, 02:43

Does someone know whether the death of a soldier in WW1 (or any war for that matter) is recorded in the hometown where the person was from, or if it is recorded in the place where they died? I have all the records I need from the military but I was curious whether there was a corresponding civil record for his death too.

My great-grandfather Paolo Sulfaro died in the 10th battle of the Isonzo on Monte Vodice, Gorizia,Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy in WW1. I don't believe they ever found his body - would that prevent the government from creating a civil record for his death?

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Re: Civil Death Records After WW1 Death

Postby adelfio » 24 Oct 2016, 15:20

What town was Paolo Sulfaro born in and year

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Re: Civil Death Records After WW1 Death

Postby Josie07M11 » 25 Oct 2016, 03:29

He was born on 25 OCT 1882 in the village of Curcuraci, Messina, Sicily. He married Gaetana Sterrantino on 9 AUG 1908 in Giardini, Messina, Sicily. This is where they lived until he went to war.


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