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  Topic: Roman Catholic Parish Registers of 'Marriage'
Artusi

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PostForum: General Discussion Groups   Posted: Sat Nov 07, 2009 1:20 pm   Subject: Re: Roman Catholic Parish Registers of 'Marriage'
Dear Luca & Nuccia: Thanks a lot for the input/advice. The Texas Diocese records of the early 1800's have shown the same thing as Luca was saying,......"It depends on the Priest".

I would strongly ...
  Topic: Roman Catholic Parish Registers of 'Marriage'
Artusi

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PostForum: General Discussion Groups   Posted: Sat Nov 07, 2009 12:44 am   Subject: Roman Catholic Parish Registers of 'Marriage'
In the near future, I'm going to obtain the LDS Films of Marriages for Rovigno, Istria for the time periods of '1755-1816', '1819-1825', & '1825-1907'.

I've previously navigated thru the 'Birth' re ...
  Topic: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Artusi

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PostForum: General Discussion Groups   Posted: Wed Nov 04, 2009 9:47 pm   Subject: Re: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Immigration time period to the U.S., etc., in ~1840-5 sheds a very different light on passenger ship documents. I believe I've previously examined port of entry for 'New Orleans', 'New York'......I've ...
  Topic: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Artusi

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PostForum: General Discussion Groups   Posted: Tue Nov 03, 2009 10:15 pm   Subject: Re: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Nuccia: Hi there! Hope you are doing Great!Thanks a Lot for taking the time for the list of info,....I already have all of this,......a lot of mispelled names that took me a while to sort it all out, ...
  Topic: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Artusi

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PostForum: General Discussion Groups   Posted: Tue Nov 03, 2009 6:45 pm   Subject: Re: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Nuccia: I'm Back!!...Thanks for the pep-talk,.......believe me, I'm not a 'sponge' looking for free info while I sit back on my posterior/recliner,.....I would greatly appreciate any help/pointers/etc ...
  Topic: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Artusi

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PostForum: General Discussion Groups   Posted: Mon Nov 02, 2009 1:10 pm   Subject: Re: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
http://search.isp.netscape.com/nsisp/boomframe.jsp?query=artusi+in+rovinj&page=1&offset=0&result_url=redir%3Fsrc%3Dwebsearch%26requestId%3De98435f99617f8d0%26clickedItemRank%3D2%26userQuery%3Dartusi%2 ...
  Topic: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Artusi

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PostForum: General Discussion Groups   Posted: Mon Nov 02, 2009 1:12 am   Subject: Re: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Artusi - mistro Carlo da Milan fabbro, detto prima Manzoni, e poi Artusi - 1709 in Lucia Angelini q. Zuanne - 1720 in Antonia Ghira. Nel marzo del 1802 detta famiglia con Carlo Artusi qm. Antonio fu a ...
  Topic: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Artusi

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PostForum: General Discussion Groups   Posted: Sun Nov 01, 2009 8:57 pm   Subject: Re: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Ms. Tatangelo: You've made my day! With what you have told me, has confirmed an unknown of my G-G-Uncle's marriage in Rovigno, via these recent Rovigno Records, before coming to USA in 1840. The 1850 ...
  Topic: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Artusi

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Views: 30883

PostForum: General Discussion Groups   Posted: Sun Nov 01, 2009 5:49 pm   Subject: Re: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Ms. Tatangelo: Thank you very much! My suspicion was that the latter was a 'Brother'.

If you would please permit me one more question,....What if the 'abbreviation between two people's name is ' ...
  Topic: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
Artusi

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PostForum: General Discussion Groups   Posted: Sun Nov 01, 2009 3:55 pm   Subject: 'ABBREVIATIONS' used in Early Italian Records
My original surname was 'Artusi'.Four Brothers came to Texas/Louisiana in 1840 from Rovigno, and name was changed to 'ARTO' & 'ARTUSY'. Eventually all were in Restaurant/Saloon/Boarding business in Ho ...
 
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