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Help Italian in Frankfurt 1911-census? Germany/Belgium

Postby sammyrobb » 22 Oct 2010, 13:56

I am trying to trace my GGrandmother's family back in Italy. She had a sister Dominica Di Luzio who lived for a while in Frankfurt, Germany.

Dominica had a daughter, Mafalda, who eventually settled in Scotland with my GGrandmother, and I have her birth certificate.

Mafalda DiLuzia
The administration Des Stadtischen Hospital in Frankfurt, unmarried Musician Dominica di Luzia, Catholic, in residence in 4 Hainer Hoff, Frankfurt.
9th January 1911

Does anyone know if it possible to check the hospital records (the hospital still exists) or a census around this time that may give us more details of the family she stayed with. I believe Dominica lived less than 20 years after Mafalda's birth, however I don't know where she died but it is possibly German or thought to be Belgium.

We have encountered different spellings of the family surname on all the documents, Diluzio, Deluzio, Deluzia, Delucia.

I would be very grateful for any help. Best wishes.
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Re: Help Italian in Frankfurt 1911-census? Germany/Belgium

Postby carinthiangirl » 18 Dec 2010, 20:06

Klinikum Frankfurt-Höchst possible:
http://www.klinikumfrankfurt.de/ueber-u ... itung.html
other hospitals and so on: http://www.frankfurt.de/sixcms/detail.p ... 72&_ffmpar[_id_inhalt]=125626

but think better to ask at the Standesamt/registry-office Frankfurt (births, marriages, deaths):
http://www.frankfurt.de/sixcms/detail.p ... 50&_ffmpar[_id_inhalt]=102750

adress Hainer Hof (zoom in): http://maps.google.at/maps?hl=de&=&q=Ha ... a=N&tab=wl
http://www.altfrankfurt.com/altstadt/Do ... HainerHof/
http://www.altfrankfurt.com/altstadt/Do ... of1900.htm
at old Hainer Hof now new buildings: "Auch der uralte Hainer Hof nordöstlich des Doms wurde praktisch komplett durch Neubauten ersetzt, die aufgrund der dort nur schwachen Kriegszerstörungen teils heute noch zu sehen sind." some was destroyed at WW2. so she lived directly beside the Dom. to read at Der Wiederaufstieg und die „Altstadtgesundung“
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frankfurt-Altstadt
Dom Frankfurt: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaiserdom_ ... om%C3%A4us
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