letter from Vodo Cadore

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letter from Vodo Cadore

Postby sg12 » 28 Aug 2007, 02:51

I just received a second response to my request for information on my family from Vodo Cadore. The cover letter is in Italian and I am wondering if there is someone who would be able to help me translate it. Even though I sent it to the Office of Registry it seems that they send the request to the church and they sent me information about my great grandmother's side and my great great grandfather's side. They also sent a copy from it looks like a family registry book on both sides of the family and highlighted the names that are directly related to me. Please let me know if someone can help me with the translation and I can email a copy.
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Re: letter from Vodo Cadore

Postby marieshaw » 07 Nov 2008, 02:36

To sg12

Are you related to the Gregori family from Vodo di cadore?
My great grandmother was Lucy Gregori from vodo
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Re: letter from Vodo Cadore

Postby elba » 07 Nov 2008, 10:07

sg12 wrote:I just received a second response to my request for information on my family from Vodo Cadore. The cover letter is in Italian and I am wondering if there is someone who would be able to help me translate it. Even though I sent it to the Office of Registry it seems that they send the request to the church and they sent me information about my great grandmother's side and my great great grandfather's side. They also sent a copy from it looks like a family registry book on both sides of the family and highlighted the names that are directly related to me. Please let me know if someone can help me with the translation and I can email a copy.
Thank you!


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