So what exactly does this mean and how is it useful when researching records from the LDS microfilms? There are also allgati di morti, etc. Seems like supplemental records but why are they supplemental if true? Just curious
From Lynn Nelsonâ€™s Discovering Your Italian Ancestors:
"The processetti or allegatti are the documents that the bride and groom had to present to be married. Generally, they consist of their birth records, the death records of their parents (if they are no longer living), the pubblicazioni of the wedding banns, and proof that there was no opposition to their union. If both parents and the paternal grandfather of the bride or groom were dead, the death record of the paternal grandfather may also be part of the processetti. If either the bride or groom had been married before, the death record of the late spouse would also be included. These documents that the bride and groom presented were really extracts of the originals."
The "Allegati" are the documents thanks them the acts are written.
For example in the "allegati nati" you'll find the documents written by midwife to proff the birth or in side the "allegati morti" you'll find the death certificate written by legal doctor, etc.