1138RE: [SanPietroAvellana] Re: Article about Italian Record Keeping in the 1800's
- Jun 14, 2013Regarding the link to generous genealogists, this can cause some confusion in recording our records at times. I have run across this in researching and now wonder if some of these records of parents WERE married, but maybe not under civil and names of children and families may be lost to us (or were not clear) until we find the corrections later in our records (if any). Very interesting.
Sorry have not been on the site for a while, just too many other things happening. I am in the process of caring for my mother, retiring and moving to Texas for mom's health reasons and will be sporadic in emails, research, etc. Once I get there (August) I will need to get organized again, get records again through their LDS and hope it is close by (new development, so not sure of this) and getting back on track. Until then, I will try to keep in touch. If anyone needs anything please don't hesitate to write i keep the requests and some I will get to it after I move. My records are on a computer that is already packed and ready to go.
Take care everyone, good research and happy family reunions...
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2013 11:45:24 +0000
Subject: [SanPietroAvellana] Re: Article about Italian Record Keeping in the 1800's
Thanks for posting. Not without reason is Napoleon regarded as a saint by us Italian genealogists.
--- In SanPietroAvellana@yahoogroups.com, "Mark DiVecchio" <markd@...> wrote:
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