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which address should I write

Postby tula » 24 Jan 2011, 10:13

I have two addresses to write requesting records. What difference record would each of these have?

Comune di Brindisi
Piazza Matteotti
72100 Brindisi Italy


Archivio di Stato di Brindisi
p.Santa Teresa,4
72100 Brindisi Italy

I am seeking a birth record on Rocco PADULA,( b:15 March 1844), and any information on James BUONOMO, (b abt 1820), and Angela BELLEZE or BELLIZI (b: abt 1820).

Does anyone know what the name equivalent to "James" is in Italian?
Thank you
looking for the names from Cosenza:Sturino. Ruffolo, Dattilo, Perri, Gentile,Crispino, Savaglio,Marino, Alfano, Molinaro, Bilotto and Bartella. And Padula,Buonomo,Bellizi from Brindisi.
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Re: which address should I write

Postby maestra36 » 24 Jan 2011, 13:18

Does anyone know what the name equivalent to "James" is in Italian?

My grandmother's brother was called James and Jimmy in the U.S. and his Italian name was Girolamo. Technically though the English equivalent of the Italian name Girolamo is Jerome.

Also the Italian name Vincenzo for the English equivalent Vincent becomes James or Jimmy in English as well.

The other Italian name which may have James as its English equivalent is Giacomo. But my ancestor with that name was called Jake as in Jacob.
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Re: which address should I write

Postby maestra36 » 24 Jan 2011, 13:29

as for the address-

You can use the first address to write for the copies. Just put a comma followed by the number 1 after the street address. At that address you find
SERVIZI DEMOGRAFICI which can be used for the copies of the vital records you want. You may want to put those words in the bottom corner of your envelope to insure it gets to the proper office.
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Re: which address should I write

Postby Tessa78 » 24 Jan 2011, 20:44

tula wrote:I have two addresses to write requesting records. What difference record would each of these have?

Comune di Brindisi
Piazza Matteotti, 1
72100 Brindisi (BR)
Italy



You will also need to put the Province abbreviation after Brindisi :-)

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Re: which address should I write

Postby tula » 25 Jan 2011, 07:15

Thank you both for your help, I will take your advice.
looking for the names from Cosenza:Sturino. Ruffolo, Dattilo, Perri, Gentile,Crispino, Savaglio,Marino, Alfano, Molinaro, Bilotto and Bartella. And Padula,Buonomo,Bellizi from Brindisi.
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Re: which address should I write

Postby Paolo47 » 25 Jan 2011, 12:10

Just a thought here if I can,,,,, :D ,

Have you looked at the [url=http://tinyurl.com/67h79zg]
microfilmed [/url] records from Brindisi available at a Family History Center near you?
https://library.familysearch.org/
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Re: which address should I write

Postby tula » 26 Jan 2011, 09:25

I hadn't found any on Brindisi at the FHC. Are there some?
looking for the names from Cosenza:Sturino. Ruffolo, Dattilo, Perri, Gentile,Crispino, Savaglio,Marino, Alfano, Molinaro, Bilotto and Bartella. And Padula,Buonomo,Bellizi from Brindisi.
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Re: which address should I write

Postby liviomoreno » 26 Jan 2011, 10:43

According to the link provided by Paolo47 there are 55 films on Brindisi:
https://familysearch.org/s/catalog/show ... m%2F413261
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