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Ripabottoni Italy

Postby sharo125 » 01 Aug 2008, 02:30

Just curious, anyone's family from Ripabottoni?

I just returned from Italy and found an archive building in Campobasso what has all the records of the Molise region and everything is in Italian but if you have someone who can interpret...
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Re: Ripabottoni Italy

Postby steve.sauro » 10 Nov 2010, 04:03

I have family from Ripabottoni!

Is there any way of reaching the archive building via online? Or mail possibly?

Feel free to contact me.

Thanks
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Re: Ripabottoni Italy

Postby sharo125 » 10 Nov 2010, 04:18

Steve. I found transcripts in Compabasso. It has been two years since I was there so I don't recall an address but it is the courthouse in Compobasso. It is the county seat.
I will see what I can come up with.

For some reason I seem to know your last name....
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Re: Ripabottoni Italy

Postby JohnArmellino » 10 Nov 2010, 04:20

Is there any way of reaching the archive building via online? Or mail possibly?


sharo125 is referring to the provincial archives located in Campobasso (no online access). Although civil records are maintained at the local level, copies are sent to the provincial archives. In fact, the LDS filmed their records at the provincial level since all of the towns were collected in one place. Thus, the civil records of Ripabottoni located in the archives were filmed by the LDS and the microfilms can be rented and viewed at their Family History Centers. Go to www.familysearch.org and follow the links Library>LibraryCatalog>PlaceSearch and type in Ripabottoni to view the film details. You can also find the nearest FHC at this website. BTW, the provincial archives contain many other records, including some very interesting old maps. Perhaps the most important of the other records are the notary records, which date back to the 1500s.
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Re: Ripabottoni Italy

Postby JohnArmellino » 10 Nov 2010, 04:26

I found transcripts in Compabasso. It has been two years since I was there so I don't recall an address but it is the courthouse in Compobasso.


The address for the archives is:

Archivio di Stato di Campobasso
Via Orefici, 43
86100 Campobasso (CB)

sharo125 _ When were you in Campobasso? I was there in October 2008. Maybe we saw each other. LOL
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Re: Ripabottoni Italy

Postby sharo125 » 10 Nov 2010, 04:36

Thank-you John for that information for Steve and myself as well.

I believe Steve might be related to a Guy Sauro who I had corrosponded with a few yrs back.

I was in the Campobasso area in May and part of June 2008.
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Re: Ripabottoni Italy

Postby Essgee » 14 Nov 2010, 03:35

If you need records for Ripabottoni, I can help. Let me know the name, a date and I will check out the records for you..........
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Re: Ripabottoni Italy

Postby Barber50 » 13 Oct 2011, 23:27

Hi,
I'm looking for a birthdate for my great-grandfather, Leonardo Barbieri, from Ripabottoni. I think he was born about 1849. He returned to Italy after his wife, Francesca del Vecchio, died. She was born 20 Dec 1844 and died 5 Apr 1918. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Re: Ripabottoni Italy

Postby katiewilson » 14 Apr 2014, 01:13

I have del Vecchio relatives from Ripabottoni! Same time frame!!! Could we be cousins??? :)

My great-grandfather was born November 1875.
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