Camporeale Records

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Camporeale Records

Post by 3lups » 31 Mar 2010, 21:11

I have looked but I am assuming there is no such thing.

Are they translated anywhere like they are for Termini?

Or, any suggestions?



You all were a great help for me regarding Gerardi/Pusateri. I was able to put the pieces together to get back to 1790's from the Termini database.
I am stuck for now as the Termini record Database doesn't go back any futher.

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Re: Camporeale Records

Post by 3lups » 31 Mar 2010, 23:03

That is what I need but how do you access them?

I am not sure to do with what you sent me. Do I have to go to SLC to view the film?

I am a newbie :)

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Post by JamesBianco » 31 Mar 2010, 23:30

All you have to do is find a local LDS Family History Center and order the microfilms. It is just short of $4.00 per film usually and that holds them for a month. Generally takes 3 weeks to come in.

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Re: Camporeale Records

Post by 3lups » 31 Mar 2010, 23:53

That is exactly what I needed. I found one in my city, go figure.

I was hopeful to search from the comfort of my own home, but you know what they say about beggars........

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