Church records-----Morti di sacerdoti ?

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Church records-----Morti di sacerdoti ?

Postby JamesBianco » 01 Apr 2005, 13:47

Does anyone know the difference between Morti (death/burial) records and Morti di sacerdoti ? The town I am working on has both listed with the same year ranges. I have looked at the morti records but what would the other be? Thanks for anyone who could help.

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Re: Church records-----Morti di sacerdoti ?

Postby suanj » 01 Apr 2005, 18:27

JamesBianco wrote:Does anyone know the difference between Morti (death/burial) records and Morti di sacerdoti ? The town I am working on has both listed with the same year ranges. I have looked at the morti records but what would the other be? Thanks for anyone who could help.

Jim

Morti di sacerdoti are the priests burial..
some town listed with difference why the priests are not civil men...
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Re: Church records-----Morti di sacerdoti ?

Postby JamesBianco » 01 Apr 2005, 18:42

Thank you Suanj! You are wonderful!! :) Jim
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