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 PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2008 7:17 pm Reply with quote  
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  josephineamato
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Hi everyone,
I have looked thru so much of what is available, extractions of records and the scanned pages of births, deaths.
I find it very difficult to find who I am looking for.
Has anyone seen Francesca Altadonna in an records. She was married to Sebastiano Locricchio on June 6, 1904.
Is there a reason that so many documents do not include birthdates?
Also, why aren't entire families including all siblings in the Geneologies? Do people just concentrate on the one sibling they are connected to?
I hope these questions make sense.

Thank you
Josephine

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  randazz
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Yes, your Sebastiano Locricchio and Francesca Altadonna can be found in the extracted marriage records. Sebastiano's parents are listed as Giuseppe and Magdalena Toarmina and Francesca's as Francesco Paolo and Antonina Candela. In this spreadsheet, "Locricchio" is spelled "Lo Chirco". The marriage record itself is located on page 214 of the "1896-1905" marriage records (in the Vital Records section of the web site).
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  eyetalgal
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The baptism records we've been able to share so far are from late 1882 thru 1905. Since the Altadonna couple were married in 1871 and the Lo Cricchios in 1868, probably, the period you are looking for would be from 1869 thru 1882. Jim has not copied those yet. Many of us are anxious to see these and Jim is working as hard and as fast as he can.

Lo Cricchio is recorded as Lo Chirco, Lo Cricchio, Chirco, Cricchio, Crichio, to list a few spellings. The priest tried to write the names in Latin and different priests had different versions. We leave the surnames as written in the record.

The records are all copied for the period and event involved. When we extract a batch we include all the records for that batch.

Since these are Church records, very few show a birthdate. The baptism record would/may say 'born today', or 'born yesterday', or 'born x# days earlier', which would be the closest we could get to the actual birthdate.

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  Nuccia
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Also, why aren't entire families including all siblings in the Geneologies? Do people just concentrate on the one sibling they are connected to?


Researching an entire family is very difficult. If a person is researching through microfilms, then there could be 6 or more films of complete years for a town to find a sibling. I know it took me over a year just to put together one family and I'm not even sure I have the whole family yet.

I also find that if one writes to Italy for records, they have to be very careful in their requests. Complete family searches are often difficult. Many comuni won't even do them and those that will often charge anywhere from 2;50 euros to 5 euros for each name found plus a genealogy tax. The search is time consuming and expensive. This really slows things down for the casual researcher so many often just concentrate on their immediate branch.

I think you will see more and more people putting complete family and town records up in the future. I know a few of us are working on something like that now..but again..it takes time....

Hope this helps answer some other your question. Very Happy

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