Sections of Palermo

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Sections of Palermo

Postby sams » 05 Mar 2011, 20:21

I am new to the forum and this is my first post. Please excuse me if I failed to do something correctly.

My questions concerns the different sections of Palermo that I see when trying to located a particular microfilm. What I see is Sezione Santa Christina, Sezione di Santa Nifa, Santa Oliva, Zisa, etc. Can someone explain these different sections of Palermo? Is there a map somewhere indicating these sections?. Thanks in advance for any help.

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Re: Sections of Palermo

Postby Tessa78 » 07 Mar 2011, 03:15

Hello and welcome :-)

Here is a link to all the cities and towns in the Province of Palermo...
You can further click on each link to learn more about the town (comune)

You can also click on a link to a map of the Palermo Province...

http://en.comuni-italiani.it/082/index.html

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Re: Sections of Palermo

Postby eyetalgal » 07 Mar 2011, 03:28

Sections of the City of Palermo

Acquasanta
Altrarella
Baida
Brancaccio
Felde
Falsomiele
Mezzo Molo
Mezzo Morreale
Molo
Mondello
Oreto
Pallavicino
Proiezione
Resuttana
Sant'Agata
Santa Christina
Santa Ninfa
Sant'Oliva
Sferracavallo
Tommaso Natale
Uditore
Villagrazia
Ziza

Map of the City here:

http://www.ustica.org/genealogy/palermo.htm

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Re: Sections of Palermo

Postby pdchenderson13 » 04 Jan 2016, 23:48

Buon Anno...2016 :)

Sorry to gatecrash this thread, but I am looking for more information regarding a wedding in Uditore Palermo, but looking into the specific records for familyhistory.org, there is no mention whatsoever of Uditore as a section in Palermo, but on Ancestry it is listed as the place of marriage. Google search mentions a park in Palermo, amongst other things. Can anyone tell me if it is part of a larger area? or been renamed.
Rosaria Caruso married Giuseppe Caruso on 18 June 1891 in Uditore Palermo. Father Antonino Caruso and mother Margherita La Barbera.
Any information on Uditore would be appreciated.

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Re: Sections of Palermo

Postby adelfio » 05 Jan 2016, 02:22

Looking at the indexes Rosaria Caruso other siblings Salvatore and Angelo Caruso father Antonino Caruso and mother Margherita La Barbera were married in Zisa section in Palermo
Here is where Uditore is located

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http://www.ustica.org/genealogy/palermo.htm

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Re: Sections of Palermo

Postby pdchenderson13 » 05 Jan 2016, 22:44

Thanks Marty, That's helpful and makes sense now. :)
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Re: Sections of Palermo

Postby Marcello_DAleo » 18 Jan 2016, 18:47

#15, Palermo, 18 June 1891.
Marriage record of:
Groom: Giuseppe Caruso, unmarried, age 23, shepherd, born in Torretta and residing in Palermo, son of Gaetano and Vincenza Caruso (both residing in Torretta)
Bride: Rosaria Caruso, unmarried, age 19, housewife, born and residing in Palermo, daughter of Antonino and Margherita La Barbera (both residing in Palermo)
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Re: Sections of Palermo

Postby pdchenderson13 » 18 Jan 2016, 23:38

Grazie Marcello, I will continue this in a new thread rather than this one. (Very grateful for new information)
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