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1893 Atti di Stato Civile - Nocciano



Nocciano #1 Filed 27 Gennaio 1893
Name: Filomena Di Meo
Birth: 26 Gennaio 1893, alle ore anti meridiane sei e minuti trenta… 4,752 more words

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Long Lost Sister – part 2 (Guiseppa Cuba) – 52 Ancestors

Since I had such good luck finding Italian records on FamilySearch.org, I decided to look for additional Cuba siblings.

By browsing the Italy Image Only Historical Records, I found more documents from Caltanissetta, Caltanissetta, Civil Registration (Tribunale), 1866-1910. 66 more words


Published by Ancestry.com Blog: Ask Ancestry Anne: How Do I Find Trees?

Question: Are there any plans to update searching for specific public trees? —PhyllisAnswer: Last month I answered a question about using and trusting other trees you find on Ancestry, which led to a lively debate to say the least! 38 more words


A Robyn In Our Family Tree

***I originally wrote this for (in)courage magazine. It wasn’t selected for publication. (By the way, they sent the sweetest rejection letter I have ever seen.) But I wanted to publish it here for all of you. 581 more words

Adelaide {on A Noble Journey}

Published by Genealogy Blog: The Portable Genealogist: Seventeenth-Century New England Research

The Portable Genealogist: Seventeenth-Century New England Research is another in a line of laminated guides released as part of The Portable Genealogist series from The New England Historic Genealogical Society. 30 more words


Published by Geneabloggers: Announcing Cycle 3 of the Genealogy Do-Over

Back on 15 December 2014, I made a big announcement: I was getting rid of 20+ years of past genealogy research and starting over. Some people said I was crazy. 38 more words


A Stolen Glimpse, a Lucky Find

It’s a simple item, a small notebook with unlined pages covered in a fragile, poppy adorned paper but it has mesmerised me for the weeks that I’ve been reading through it. 925 more words