Sasso di Castalda, before 1866

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Sasso di Castalda, before 1866

Postby francodotti » 14 Apr 2015, 02:03

Hi dear friends. I would like to know if it is possible to obtain data on births, marriages and deaths, of the Comune of Sasso di Castalda, with pre-1866 date. I traced my surname, Doti, thanks to Family Search, but there's no data before 1866, so my family tree is incomplete. Thank you very much in advance. Greetings from Argentina.

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Re: Sasso di Castalda, before 1866

Postby adelfio » 15 Apr 2015, 16:06

Welcome to IG website here you are the online fims only go to 1866
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Re: Sasso di Castalda, before 1866

Postby Eduardo05 » 26 Aug 2016, 16:55

Dear Mr Franco Dotti,
Se must be family related, for my great-great grandmother was called Maria Teresa Dotti and married to Rocco Sica, from Sasso di Castalda. Rocco Sica was born in about 1834 in Sasso di Castalda, The son of Nicola Maria Sica and Caterina Romano. He died in 1925 in Viamão city, Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil. In 1886 he was a widower and emmigrated as such to Brazil, first to Sao Paulo and thrn to Viamão, Rio Grande do Sul. His son, Nicola Maria Michelangelo Sica was born in Sasso di Castalda in 1865 and married at Polla, Salerno, 07 December, 1886, Rosa Medici, the daughter of Vincenzo Medici and Maria Giuseppa Curcio.
Since you have been researching The Dottis from Sasso di Castalda, I wonder of you hold any info on my Maria Teresa Dotti, whose parents' names I don't have. I am genealogist living in Rio de Janeiro and very enthusiastic with family research.
Thank you in advance for reading my message.
With warmest regards,
Eduardo Pellew Wilson

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Re: Sasso di Castalda, before 1866

Postby cdemarco » 18 Oct 2016, 23:19

I've done a bit of research on Sasso di Castalda (the Pepe family). As mentioned above, FamilySearch has some wonderful microfilm resources. I've expanded the Pepe tree immensely using them. In fact, my great-great-grandfather's first wife was Mariantonia Annunziata Doti (1865-1887).

I will say, from my searches in the microfilm, Doti is an extremely common name in Sasso di Castalda. If you do use microfilm, you stand either a good chance of finding your family or else get very confused by the number of Doti's in the town.

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Re: Sasso di Castalda, before 1866

Postby Eduardo05 » 12 Nov 2016, 18:03

Dear Mr Cdemarco,
I have tried to find the microfilm for the period under examinarion but they are not available online. It would be all right for me to look up my ancestors' names in the church books, though. I have dons that several times before.
Would you be so kind as to mention how you had access to such books? Have you filed the Dottis you noticed in the unscriptions in your genealogical archives, so that you could havê elrmrnts to write a genealogy on the Dottis? It is an old family, whose roots must be somewhere else than Sasso di Castalda.
Do you know why the Dottis moved to Sasso di Castalda and when it occurred?
I look forward to hearing from you
With best regards,
Eduardo


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