The British in Lucca

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The British in Lucca

Postby toutai » 20 Jan 2008, 12:33

Hello,
I am looking for an ancestor who was British. His name is Plowman Young and died at Bullis of Lucca 1840. He is said to be buried at Leghorn cemetery. Plowman Young was a doctor from Suffolk England. His wife was Ann Maria. Their youngest child Augustus Warren Young was born in 1837 in Pisa Italy. Is there any way to find out about this family when they lived in Italy, death certificates, birth certificates.? Are there any census etc? Any info at all will be helpful. I know of their history in England.
I don't know if it makes any difference but they belonged to the Church of England.
Thank you very much
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Re: The British in Lucca

Postby BillieDeKid » 23 Jan 2008, 00:46

Hi toutai,

I didn't find Dr. Young but I did find the tomb of his 5 year old son that passed away. This link provides the picture of his tomb. Scroll almost to the very bottom. The names are alphabetical from S through Z.

http://www.florin.ms/cemetery4.html

Hope this might be of some interest.

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Re: The British in Lucca

Postby Jacobus » 12 Jan 2009, 18:16

toutai wrote:Hello,
I am looking for an ancestor who was British. His name is Plowman Young and died at Bullis of Lucca 1840. He is said to be buried at Leghorn cemetery. Plowman Young was a doctor from Suffolk England. His wife was Ann Maria. Their youngest child Augustus Warren Young was born in 1837 in Pisa Italy. Is there any way to find out about this family when they lived in Italy, death certificates, birth certificates.? Are there any census etc? Any info at all will be helpful. I know of their history in England.
I don't know if it makes any difference but they belonged to the Church of England.
Thank you very much
Hera Tout


I found this about Plowman Young, you probably know this book:

http://books.google.it/books?id=o2YZipkZ4eQC&pg=PA104&lpg=PA104&dq=Plowman+Young&source=bl&ots=plrB28_x-u&sig=PeEdIpoMteA-J99SJfHbidRfup4&hl=it&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=2&ct=result#PPA104,M1
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Re: The British in Lucca

Postby suanj » 12 Jan 2009, 18:53

toutai wrote:Hello,
I am looking for an ancestor who was British. His name is Plowman Young and died at Bullis of Lucca 1840. He is said to be buried at Leghorn cemetery. Plowman Young was a doctor from Suffolk England. His wife was Ann Maria. Their youngest child Augustus Warren Young was born in 1837 in Pisa Italy. Is there any way to find out about this family when they lived in Italy, death certificates, birth certificates.? Are there any census etc? Any info at all will be helpful. I know of their history in England.
I don't know if it makes any difference but they belonged to the Church of England.
Thank you very much
Hera Tout

by mormon's microfilm the 1841 census of Tuscany:
Italy, Toscana (Regione) - Census - 1841
Topic Italy, Toscana (Regione) - Census - 1841

Titles Censimento, 1841 Toscana (Italia : Regione). Ufficio dello stato civile

Towns included:
Abbadia San Salvatore, Albiano, Anghiari, Arcidosso, Arezzo, Asciano, Asinalunga, Badia Tedalda, Bagni San Giuliano, Bagno di Romagna, Bagno a Ripoli, Bagnone, Barberino di Mugello, Barberino di Val d'Elsa, Barga, Bibbiena, Bibbona, Bientina, Borgo Buggiano, Borgo San Lorenzo, Borgo San Sepolcro, Brozzi, Bucine, Buonconvento, Calenzano, Calice, Campagnatico, Campli, Campiglia, Cantagallo, Capannoli, Capolona, Capraia, Caprese, Caprio, Carmignano, Casale, San Casciano, San Casciano dei Bagni, Cascina, Casellina e Torri, Casola, Casole,Castel San Niccolò, Castel del Piano, Castelfiorentino, Castel Focognano, Castelfranco di Sopra, Castelfranco di Sotto, Castellina, Castellina Marittima, Castelnuovo Berardegna, Castelnuovo Val di Cecina, Castiglione Fibocchi, Castiglione Fiorentino, Castiglione d'Orcia, Castiglione della Pescaia, Cavriglia, Cerreto Guidi, Certaldo, Cetona, Chianciano, Chianni, Chitignano, Chiusdino, Chiusi, Chiusi in Casentino, Cinigiano, Civitella, Colle, Colle Salvetti, Cortona, Santa Croce, Cutigliano, Dicomano, Dovadola, Elci, Empoli, Fauglia, Fiesole, Figline, Filattiera, Santa Fiora, Firenze, Firenzuola, Fivizzano, Fojano, Fucecchio, Gaiole, Galeata,
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Galluzzo, Gavorrano, Gheradesca, Giglio, San Gimignano, San Giovanni, San Giovanni d'Asso, San Godenzo, Greve, Groppoli, Grosseto, Guardistallo, Lajatico, Lamporecchio, Lari, Lastra a Signa, Laterina, Legnaia, Livorno, Londa, Lorenzana, Loro, Santa Luce, Lucignano, Lungone, Magliano, Manciano, San Marcello, Marciana, Marciano, Santa Maria a Monte, Marliana, Marradi, Massa e Cozzile, Massa Marittima, San Miniato, Modigliana, Monsummano, Montalcino, Montale, Monte Santa Maria, Monte San Savino, Montecalvoli, Montecarlo, Montecatini Val di Cecina, Montecatini Val di Nievole, Montelupo, Montemignaio, Montemurlo, Montepulciano, Monterchi, Monteriggioni, Monteroni, Montescudaio, Montespertoli, Montevarchi, Monteverdi, Monticiano, Montieri, Montopoli, Murlo, Orbetello, Orciano, Ortignano, Palaia, Palazzuolo, Peccioli, Pelago, Pellegrino, Pergine, Pescia, Piancastagnaio, Pian di Sco, Pienza, San Piero a Sieve, Pietrasanta, Pieve Santo Stefano, Piombino, Pisa, Pistoia, Piteglio, Pitigliano, Poggibonsi, Pomarance, Ponsacco, Pontassieve, Pontedera, Pontremoli, Poppi, Porta al Borgo, Porta Carratica, Porta Lucchese, Porta San Marco, Portico, Portoferraio, Prato, Pratovecchio, Premilcuore, San Quirico, Radda, Radicofani,
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Radicondoli, Raggiolo, Rapolano, Reggello, Rignano, Rio, Riparbella, Rocca San Casciano, Roccalbegna, Roccastrada, Rosignano, Rovezzano, Sambuca, Sarteano, Sassetta, Scansano, Scarperia, Serravalle, Seravezza, Sestino, Sesto, Siena, Siena Masse di Città, Siena Masse San Martino, Signa, Santa Sofia, Sorano, Sorbano, Sovicille, Stazzema, Stia, Subbiano, Suvereto, Talla, Terra del Sole, Terranuova, Terrarossa, Terricciola, Tizzana, Torrita, Tredozio, Trequanda, Uzzano, Vaglia, Vecchiano, Vellano, Verghereto, Vernio, Vicchio, Vicopisano, Vinci, Volterra, Zeri.

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