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Re: 2nd largest genealogy Library in the World

Postby wldspirit » 26 Nov 2006, 08:54

Ok all......ready to go!!

So the above info is ALL we know of Raffaele Bevilacqua??

Do we know if there was more than one marriage for this person?? Rough estimate of birth year?? Only known location is New York?? Any idea of death date?? Census??

Once we get rolling on this.....I'll post on original thread provided by VJ......


(hope everyone had a great turkey day...... :D )
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Re: 2nd largest genealogy Library in the World

Postby naillady4jm » 03 Mar 2012, 16:49

Been a long time, life got in my way. Mom passed away with out me finishing our family tree. Now it is more important then ever for me to finish what I started. Going to Italy next year, wow would it be nice to find family. CAN ANYONE INTERESTED IN HELPING ME BECAUSE i DO NOT KNOW HOW TO DO THIS. I would greatly appreciate the help
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Re: 2nd largest genealogy Library in the World

Postby nuccia » 04 Mar 2012, 17:36

I'm sorry to hear about your mother. My condolences. What is it we can help you with?
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Re: 2nd largest genealogy Library in the World

Postby trevisan2 » 05 Mar 2012, 12:08

You may want to check out www.findagrave.com I've had a bunch of success finding people there.
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Re: 2nd largest genealogy Library in the World

Postby pdchenderson13 » 05 Mar 2012, 14:23

Buon Giorno!

I tried the links above which I could not get to work. I tried to login, and was asked to create an ID which I did, and was delighted to find it was successful. (I am not in USA so was not expecting this to be the case)

I searched "family history" and there were numerous links with what seems like a great deal of advice. I have saved a PDF file of 222 pages which has, at first glance, some useful tips.

http://net.lib.byu.edu/fslab/researchou ... /Italy.pdf

Maybe this will be helpful to some?

Grazie Patrizia
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