Info from VARNI passport?

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Postby suanj » 14 Nov 2003, 20:04

Vikki: are an Domenico Falso(Domenico inverted in last name) in 1907 age 35 age, born in 1872..but Falso..Fassio..mumble mumble .. :roll: :roll: suanj
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Postby ptimber » 15 Nov 2003, 00:10

Raffaella where is the rest of the Varni posting??? Peter
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Postby Victoria » 15 Nov 2003, 02:06

Suanj,

Here is the letter I have written. Please tell me if this is OK...

Egregi Signori:

Ho acquistato una copia del passaporto de mio bisnonno, pubblicata in 1911 in Torino, di cui ho incluso una copia. Sto facendo la ricerca in genealogy e vorrei ricevere una copia della sua domanda di passaporto e qualunque altre informazioni che potete avere. Ho incluso un ordine di soldi internazionale per $10 per le vostre tasse della copia. Se richiedete un importo supplementare, selo metta in contatto con prego.

Grazie per il vostro tempo,



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Postby suanj » 15 Nov 2003, 06:22

Victoria wrote:Suanj,

Here is the letter I have written. Please tell me if this is OK...

Egregi Signori:

Ho acquistato una copia del passaporto de mio bisnonno, pubblicata in 1911 in Torino, di cui ho incluso una copia. Sto facendo la ricerca in genealogy e vorrei ricevere una copia della sua domanda di passaporto e qualunque altre informazioni che potete avere. Ho incluso un ordine di soldi internazionale per $10 per le vostre tasse della copia. Se richiedete un importo supplementare, selo metta in contatto con prego.

Grazie per il vostro tempo,



Thanks,
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--------- address ..........(Ufficio Anagrafe del ----------------------------------------Comune di Lusigliè or Prefettura di Torino)


OGGETTO: Richiesta riscontro ed informazioni sul passaporto del 1911 di VARNI Carlo nato a Lusigliè il............. (birthdate of Carlo) trasmesso in copia allegata alla presente.

Spett.le Ufficio Anagrafe (or Spett.le Prefettura di Torino),

mi chiamo....(your name) e cono cittadina americana di origini italiane, discendente di Varni Carlo nato a Lusigliè il............. (birthdate of Carlo).

Con la presente:

la sottoscritta.....(your name) cortesemente richiede a codesto Spett.le Ufficio, ogni notizia utile e desumibile in vs possesso dall'atto di domanda di rilascio passaporto del 1911 del succitato Varni Carlo di cui si allega copia dall'originale, per meglio identificare lo stesso ai fini di genealogia della sottoscritta.

Accludo alla presente un ordine internazionale di Euro 10 per diritti di segreteria.
Se qualunque altro pagamento è richiesto si prega di comunicarlo.

In attesa di riscontro, si porgono distinti saluti,


your Name..........(signature)
your addresss.......
ditto fax.......
ditto mailto...........
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Re: Info from VARNI passport?

Postby Victoria » 08 Apr 2012, 01:32

Wow, so many years have gone by and nothing has changed. I am still at a loss trying to find information about my great grandfather, Carlo Varni. I am hoping, with the advancement of digital records, that some day soon I will find what I am looking for. Until then, I still appreciate any help or insight from anyone willing to offer.

By the way, I did write to the Torino offices back in 2003 for information. I never received a reply back from them...
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Re: Info from VARNI passport?

Postby Biff83 » 08 Apr 2012, 02:42

Found this on Family Search; unfortunately no image available:

Name: Carlo Varni

Event: Nascita

Event Date: 15 Ott 1894

Event Place: Torino, Torino, Italy

Gender: Maschio

Father:

Mother:

Entry Number: 2761

Film Number: 2335145

Digital Folder Number: 4876928

Image Number: 00545

Source Citation
"Italy, Torino, Torino, Civil Registration (Tribunale), 1866-1899," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VK69-FGS : accessed 8 April 2012), Carlo Varni (1894).


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Re: Info from VARNI passport?

Postby Victoria » 08 Apr 2012, 03:06

Funny, I found that too a few minutes ago. Problem is what do I do with it? No parents are listed....
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Re: Info from VARNI passport?

Postby Biff83 » 08 Apr 2012, 03:26

Just an educated guess on my part based on what's been previously posted but I believe that the reason that the parents' names were missing is because they were listed as "ignoti" or unknown, and Carlo was a foundling. My great grandmother whose surname was Esposito was also a foundling, and locating additional info on her has proved a challenge.

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Re: Info from VARNI passport?

Postby Victoria » 08 Apr 2012, 14:46

So what you are saying is that there really is no place to go from here because they didn't keep records for foundlings?
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Re: Info from VARNI passport?

Postby Tessa78 » 08 Apr 2012, 16:32

Biff83 wrote:Found this on Family Search; unfortunately no image available:

Name: Carlo Varni

Event: Nascita

Event Date: 15 Ott 1894

Event Place: Torino, Torino, Italy

Gender: Maschio

Father:

Mother:

Entry Number: 2761

Film Number: 2335145

Digital Folder Number: 4876928

Image Number: 00545

Source Citation
"Italy, Torino, Torino, Civil Registration (Tribunale), 1866-1899," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VK69-FGS : accessed 8 April 2012), Carlo Varni (1894).


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Hello Victoria :-)

Why not rent the LDS film that is referenced in Biff's post and view the birth record yourself? Then you can see what is actually listed on the atto. If he was abandoned, you may find the name of a wetnurse to whom he was given for care. Maybe you will find a "connection."

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Re: Info from VARNI passport?

Postby Victoria » 08 Apr 2012, 16:41

Good point, thank you!
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