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Grotteria Reggio Calabria

Postby nuccia » 29 Nov 2005, 03:22

Does anyone know if the town of Locri, RC be considered part of the Town Grotteria in and about 1885 to 1910? What other towns would it have included?
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Re: Grotteria Reggio Calabria

Postby ricbru » 01 Dec 2005, 02:00

Grotteria was an hamlet of Locri, today it is a municipality.
If you need to look for vital records, those are included in Locri's records.
If you want more infos contact:

Archivio di Stato
Via Lia Casalotto
89100 Reggio Calabria

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Re: Grotteria Reggio Calabria

Postby nuccia » 01 Dec 2005, 03:57

Thank you, this is exactly what I needed to know....
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Re: Grotteria Reggio Calabria

Postby ricbru » 01 Dec 2005, 13:48

ricbru wrote:Grotteria was an hamlet of Locri, today it is a municipality.
If you need to look for vital records, those are included in Locri's records.
If you want more infos contact:

Archivio di Stato
Via Lia Casalotto
89100 Reggio Calabria

I hope it helps, bye ricbru


There are also FHL microfilms about vital records of Grotteria from 1809 to 1860

http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library ... o+civile++


If you want vital records from 1860 until today

Comune
Ufficio di Stato Civile
Via Palermo, 1
89043 Grotteria (RC)
Italy

I hope it helps, bye Ricbru :lol:
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Re: Grotteria Reggio Calabria

Postby nuccia » 21 Dec 2005, 03:39

What about Mammola..Is it also a hamlet of Locri or is this another office. I am unsure whether to write to Grotteria, Mammola or Locri, which is where my family is from. Also, I remember seeing a link about translating letters to Italy. Would someone mind posting it again, please. I am about to start sending away but don't know which office to use.
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Re: Grotteria Reggio Calabria

Postby brujaojos » 21 Dec 2005, 09:02

nuccia wrote:What about Mammola..Is it also a hamlet of Locri or is this another office. I am unsure whether to write to Grotteria, Mammola or Locri, which is where my family is from. Also, I remember seeing a link about translating letters to Italy. Would someone mind posting it again, please. I am about to start sending away but don't know which office to use.
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Hi There,

Here is information on the 3 towns that you mention above.

The Family History Center has microfilm for the town of Grotteria but it's limited. It goes from 1809-1860. Here is the link for the film numbers for
Grotteria

Here is the address to write for anything after 1860 to the present.

Ufficio Civile Stato
Comune di Grotteria
Roma Sn (via)
89043 Grotteria RC

Here is the film numbers for Mammola. The years go from 1809-1860. Therefore you would have to write for anything after 1860.

Here is their official website

Here is the address for Mammola

Ufficio Civile Stato
Comune di Mammola
Sigillo 6/8 (via)
89045 Mammola RC

There isn't any film for Locri so you will have to write to the town directly.

Here is the web site for Locri

Here is the address for Locri

Ufficio Civile Stato
Comune di Locri
Roma Sn (via)
89044 Locri RC

Here is a link to help you translate your letter into Italian.

http://www.circolocalabrese.org/resourc ... civile.asp

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