Troia, Italy cemetery (1845-1850)

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Troia, Italy cemetery (1845-1850)

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Hi,

I'm wondering what cemetery would have been used for people passing away in Troia, Foggia, Italy between 1845 and 1850.

The more information that can be provided to me, the better. Thank you so much.

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Are there gravestones in Troia's cemetery... I heard otherwise for the older burials.
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I think in that time people were buried in churches, so there were no gravestones, with some exceptions for priests and nobles.
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Cemeteries in Italy are owned and managed by each comune. In Troia, it is:

Servizi Cimiteriali
Via Regina Margherita, 80
71029 Troia (Fg)
ITALY
Tel./Fax 0881 978412
Email: servizicimiteriali@comune.troia.fg.it


There is a lot of interesting and useful on-topic info in these previous threads, including why you are unlikely to find the remains of an ancestor who passed more than 50 years ago:

http://italiangenealogy.com/Forums/viewtopic/t=17212/

http://italiangenealogy.com/Forums/viewtopic/t=10892/

http://italiangenealogy.com/Forums/viewtopic/t=6252/
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I suggest you read my blog on cemeteries.
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Where is your blog?

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gliesian66 wrote:Where is your blog?

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