Is there is a list of communes in Italy with the email addresses where I can find birth, marriage and death information? The largest mine accident in Canada occurred in 1914. 189 men died instantly. Of those men 35 were Italian. There is to be a Commemoration in 2014 and I am part of a committee trying to search the roots of those 35 men. For further information you can check http://hillcrestminedisaster.com/data/i ... ry:Italian
Hello- Click on the province and the list of communes in that province will come up. Then click on the desired commune-Contact info and a link to the communes official website will come up. http://en.comuni-italiani.it/province.html Thank you for sharing the above link. Very sobering.
As posted previously I am searching for 35 Italian men who were working in Hillcrest, Alberta, Canada and died in a mine explosion in 1914. The name of the men may have been anglicized. The date of birth was from mine records. Most other information came from ships passenger lists. I sent out 10 emails to communes where I believe the miners originated requesting birth certificates. The following 5 were returned to me as undeliverable. Can someone help me with an email addresses for the following 5 comunes, please? Angere, Province Varese Loria, Province Treviso Altivole, Province Treviso Bovalino, Province Reggio Calabria Mammola, Province L’Aquila
Some civil records for Angera are on line at Ancestry.com, but I have had a look and the birth records for the end of the nineteenth century unfortunately are not among them. I also followed the link you posted with the names of the dead miners Parnisari is surely a very common surname in Angera, and Tamborini and Gianoli are also found in this area. By the way Barzola is now part of the Comune of Angera, but was a separate Comune until 1928 As it is an historical matter you could also send an email to the local Museum. There are local historians who are studying emigration and maybe they can help you firstname.lastname@example.org