Vittorio-Veneto, Treviso, Italy - Record Locations

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Vittorio-Veneto, Treviso, Italy - Record Locations

Post by cfbandit » 18 Apr 2008, 16:00

Hello all!

My name is Concetta and I'm new to this forum. I'm hoping someone can perhaps help me figure out where to write for records of Vittorio-Veneto.

My grandfather's entire family is from there -

His parents were Antonio Franco and Augusta DeNardi, and their parents were Giacomo Franco and Angela Da Re, Giovanni DeNardi and Magdalena Della Giustina.

I know none of the records are on LDS microfilm, so I think I have to start writing the area for more information. But every website I've seen doesn't seem to have an address for where to go to do that.

I can't speak Italian, but I'm fairly competant in writing and reading it, so I'm very comfortable with sending information as long as I know where! :-)

Thanks for any help you guys can give me!


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Re: Vittorio-Veneto, Treviso, Italy - Record Locations

Post by elba » 18 Apr 2008, 16:24

It's useful that you can read is a link to the page with the address and the name of the person in the office you will need to write to for Vittorio Veneto.
See the bottom of the page:

Servizi demografici e statistici
Responsabile: Rita SCHIOCCHET
Dirigente Responsabile: Paola COSTALONGA
>Vittorio Veneto - Ufficio Anagrafe/Stato Civile<

I hope it's useful...
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Re: Vittorio-Veneto, Treviso, Italy - Record Locations

Post by wishyou » 18 Apr 2008, 22:54

The anagrafe of Vittorio Veneto was destroyed during WWI, so is not possible to have family records before 1918.
You could ask to Stato Civile (Paola Costalunga o Cecilia Da Prà).
By surnames they looks like to came from parish of Serravalle (where family records of 19th century are full conserved), hamlet of Forcal or Santa Giustina. So you could ask to that parish too. ... 4&parr=151

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