Re: Processetti for Itri & Pastena
--- In FraDiavolo@yahoogroups.com, "Joseph Fidaleo" <zicep@...> wrote:
Jason contacted me off board and advised that he would order the
Pastena film were it him. So with that and your input in this reply,
I think that's just what I'll do. I can't wait to get into it and see
if the records did get filed in both towns. I sure hope so since
Itri's processetti only go back to 1817 but Pastena's go back to 1809;
perfect for a marriage in 1812!
I did try the IGI's and they have my 2g-grandmother as Teresa Rosato
on the IGI for her marriage act although on the birth act of her son,
my great-grandfather Luigi Cannella she is listed as Maria Teresa
Rosati so evidently she went by Teresa in her hometown. The reason is
probably because there was also another Maria Rosato, Maria Crocifissa
Rosato married 1819, in Pastena who I found in my search of the IGI's.
Thanks again for the reply.
> I think they should be in both places. When I went through the
> I remember seeing documents from both towns when the couple were from
> different towns. Did you tried LDS site, searching their international
> database of names? I forgot what they call it: IG something.
> Good Luck
> >Hi Group,
> >I'm hoping someone will know the answere to my question. I have
> >marriage that occurred in S.Michelarangelo in 812 where the bride's
> >father was dead and consent was given by another male relative.
> >The bride is from Pastena but, as I noted, the marriage was in Itri.
> >Processetti for Itri are only filmed back to 1817 but for Pastena they
> >go back to 1809.
> >I know that the publication of the pending marriage would be done in
> >both towns but...and this is probably wishful dreaming on my
> >part...would a copy of the processetti also be kept in the bride's
> >home church/town or just in the church/town of marriage?
> >Thanks for the help.