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church name

Postby ph » 03 May 2004, 02:21

Does anyone know anything about Annunciation
Church in Mairano Moundi. I think this is the name of
the town. Is this church still open? Can I obtain Baptism
Records or Marrige Licenses? How do I go about getting
this information?
Thanks in advance,
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Postby ptimber » 03 May 2004, 02:39

Dear Pat Annunciation church is too common a name for a church in a town that does not exist as it is spelled or pronounced. Even a sound like does not exist!! How about your surname or entry data at for your family?? Have you cjhecked that out yet?? Peter
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Postby ricbru » 03 May 2004, 11:46

these are the town "Mairano" in Italy:

Regione Provincia Comune Frazione
Lombardia Brescia (BS) Mairano -
Lombardia Lodi (LO) Casaletto Lodigiano Mairano
Lombardia Milano (MI) Noviglio Mairano
Lombardia Pavia (PV) Casteggio Mairano

These are the churches of "Mairano":

1 S. Andrea Apostolo in Mairano (BS)
indirizzo: , 25030 Mairano (BS)

2 S. Apollinare V.M. in Mairano Casaletto Lodigiano (LO)
indirizzo: Piazza dei Caduti, 6, 20090 Mairano Casaletto Lodigiano (LO)

3 SS. Assunta in Mairano di Casteggio (PV)
indirizzo: , 27045 Mairano di Casteggio (PV)

4 S. Antonio Abate in Pievedizio di Mairano (BS)
indirizzo: , 25030 Pievedizio di Mairano (BS)

I hope it helps. Bye ricbru :)
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