Italian genealogists

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Italian genealogists

Postby kangaroo_ch » 07 Feb 2010, 15:43

Hello, i have hit a brick wall getting certificates from an Italian town. After writing several times with no answer, i'm now ready to get a professional Italian genealogists. Could someone recommend one in Piemonte especially Verbania. Thank you

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Postby PeterTimber » 08 Feb 2010, 00:46

Go to www.gentracer.com/newsletter.html and ask Ms Kirkpatrick if she would refer you to a researcher who does researches in Piemonte. She is currently going to Lucca in her next Spring trip 2010. She is out of Utah and someone I can recommend without reservation. =Peter=
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Postby ricbru » 09 Feb 2010, 13:07

Hello,
I don't live in Piemonte, but still in north of Italy, maybe I can help you.
If you are interested, please send me an email - ricbru@gmail.com (not spaces)
bye Riccardo

kangaroo_ch wrote:Hello, i have hit a brick wall getting certificates from an Italian town. After writing several times with no answer, i'm now ready to get a professional Italian genealogists. Could someone recommend one in Piemonte especially Verbania. Thank you

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Postby DeFilippis78 » 23 Feb 2010, 04:49

Im currently speaking to one named Carolyn Ugolini. Someone in my church used her and said she was extremely helpful and he got a lot of info from her.Its my understanding she works in both Utah and Italy. I just spoke with her for the first time and she is willing to give free consultation to look over your case.

www.italianfamilytree.com

Alicia

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Postby mozzie » 09 Mar 2010, 01:38

Could this be your GGfather?

http://img717.imageshack.us/img717/4221/brunom.jpg

David

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Postby ricbru » 09 Mar 2010, 06:35

Dear David, thank you for your efforts, that is Bruno Francesco from Siculiana, mine is Bruno Francesco Paolo from Trapani
thanks
bye Riccardo

mozzie wrote:Could this be your GGfather?

http://img717.imageshack.us/img717/4221/brunom.jpg

David


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