300RE: [FraDiavolo] Re: Catasto Itri 1806
- Apr 6, 2007
I’m also willing to chip in as well for the documents. I travel to Italy about twice a year and reconnected with all my cousins in Itri. This will be great !
Peace, Light &* Happiness,
Ok, so the cost drops now to $37.00 per person. Beacuse there are 10 people splitting the $370 cost of the 1806 catasto.
If it's not too late please include me in the group willing to share the cost of the 1806 catasto copied from the Napoli Archives.
I've hit a wall and so am hoping to find information on both my maternal and paternal grandparents, as well as respective relatives.
Your consideration will be greatly appreciated.
Sent: Fri, 6 Apr 2007 4:36 AM
Subject: Re: [FraDiavolo] Re: Catasto Itri 1806
Still waiting for the CD of the catasto to arrive. Should be a few more days. I'll send another email to let everyone know where to send the check. Don't worry about that yet. Congratulations you are learning Italian on your own, that is great! Ciao, a presto...
"B. J. Di Crocco" <BonVal@...> wrote:
Bouno sera! How is everyone? Jason - any news on this project - when
do we need to send you a check - and we will need your address of
course! I neglected to mention, I do not mind the original Italian
also - I have been teaching myself Italian slowly (no formal classes
near here so study on mine own) and have done extremely well
considering! Ha! I do better reading than speaking - get embarassed
at my mostly spanish accent!
--- In FraDiavolo@yahoogroups.com, "JSoscia" <jsoscia3@...> wrote:
> Ciao tutti
> If anyone is interested in the 1806 catasto for Itri, I got someone
> who will photocopy all the pages in the Napoli Archives for 200 to
> 300 dollars. She doesn't do the translation, however. She is a
> professional Italian genealogist. And, it would be cheaper than
> 1000 euro (abt $1200) for the 1754 Itri catasto that we did.
> Once again the catasto is basically the census for Itri in the year
> If anyone is interested in splitting the cost, let me know.
> By the way, the previous researcher (the one who did the 1754
> catasto) also said he might be able to do the 1806 catasto for 1000
> euro again (with the translation of course and sent as a text
> document). But for this one it's too expensive unless I get like a
> bunch of people to split the cost again.
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