Found Records of Novara births 1820-1869

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Found Records of Novara births 1820-1869

Postby signoretti » 26 Sep 2009, 16:17

Hello ~

I wanted to share these amazing websites I found with a list of baptism/birth records from the town Novara dating from 1820-1869. I have found many records here for my family. So exciting!!! I hope this will help someone as it did my family :D

1820-1829 ~ http://www.novaria.org/siti/ASD/1820-18291.htm
1830-1839 ~ http://www.novaria.org/siti/ASD/1830-18391.htm
1840-1849 ~ http://www.novaria.org/siti/ASD/1840-1849.htm
1850-1859 ~ http://www.novaria.org/siti/ASD/1850-1859.htm
1860-1869 ~ http://www.novaria.org/siti/ASD/1860-1869.htm

Thanks for all the wonderful help always given on this site ~
Signoretti :wink:

Researching surnames:
Signoretti ~ Serroni ~ Motta ~ Ravetta ~ Clerici ~ Colli ~

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Re: Found Records of Novara births 1820-1869

Postby mikenhm » 21 Nov 2009, 18:07

Those are wonderful. I wish my ancesters were from there. There is a wonderful book that is set around Novara and involves an orphan girl and the the Diocese of Novara as well. I see that it has been translated into English: Chimera (Title)
~ Sebastiano Vassalli (Author).

Can you suggest ways of finding other church websites in Italy?

Saluti, Mike

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Re: Found Records of Novara births 1820-1869

Postby signoretti » 14 Mar 2010, 16:21

Ciao Mike ~

Thanks for the information on the book! I will definetly check it out!!

I luckily found these Novara records when I was searching my g.g.grandfathers name Gaudenzio Ravetta on google. I could not believe when the web addresses came up for Novara. I was so excited.
You should try typing their names on the google search page and see what comes up (if you have not already tried that.)

I unfortunaltly have not been able to find any information on the internet on the other side of my Italian roots in Perugia, Citta di Castello.

Good Luck ~ Hope this helps out!
Enjoy your day ~
Emily Signoretti :D

Reaseaching surnames
~ Signoretti ~ Serroni ~ Moretti ~ (Citta di Castello)
~ Ravetta ~ Motta ~ Clerici ~ Colli ~ (Novara)

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Re: Found Records of Novara births 1820-1869

Postby aliza24 » 21 Mar 2010, 14:51

That's awesome! Somebody put a lot of work into that. Thanks for posting.


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