Montarsiccio, Bedonia, Parma

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Montarsiccio, Bedonia, Parma

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Hello, Everyone-

I'm trying to determine if Montarsiccio records are "buried" somewhere in the following Family Search ink:

https://www.familysearch.org/search/cat ... %20Library

https://search.yahoo.com/search?ei=utf- ... onia+italy#

The civil records from 1806 -1866 don't appear to reference the comune of Bedonia, let alone the frazione of Montarsiccio. I have pretty easy access to a local FHC, so the fact that these records are only available there is only a minor inconvenience for me. I just don't know if I'd be wasting my time searching under the generic "Parma" headings or what.

Any input/suggestions here?

Thanks.

Mark
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Here is the list of films for Bedonia, including civil registrations from 1809-1866... and 1867-1910
https://www.familysearch.org/search/cat ... %20Library

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Thanks, T. You never disappoint. Wonder how I missed this, but no matter. Always greatly appreciate you.

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You are most welcome, Mark!

Always happy to help! :-)

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I"m new to this site and am searching for information of the Lusardi family of Montarsiccio. My grandmother was born into the Daniel and Clementine Lusardi family but her birth name was probably Zoppelli. A mystery to solve. Any hints on where to search next? I've tried ancestry, familysearch, myheritage with dead ends. Thanks!
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