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Re: Italian Research
« Reply #405 on: Monday 23 November 20 14:14 GMT (UK) »
Steve, I guess that cemetery information was not exactly the cemetery. I had to translate it and silly me it just says "Cemetery Service for the Municipality of Parma" I feel stupid at least I now have a death date. That is more than I've had for many years.  I had no idea he died long after I was born. I hadn't visited their grave until 1970.

You know the old saying "If I knew then what I know now" (about genealogy) back in 1970, I would have interrogated everyone of my grandmother's family like I was an FBI agent. Getting names, dates, places, but what does a 14 y/o know about genealogy, I was just along for the experience little did I know that I would enjoy this so much....Hind sight is 20/20!


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Re: Italian Research
« Reply #406 on: Monday 23 November 20 14:32 GMT (UK) »
Steve, the information given to me by Svenja for Luigi Scattola born in Tezze sul Brenta Vincenza, Veneto, Italia was not correct. If the d/o death was 1964 making him 81 the other Luigi Scattola died at age 72, and the parents don't match up.

The following information is what I recovered through the website Archives. Perhaps something here can help.

Luigi Scattol
Death Record

Luigi Scattola
Male
White
B/D 9 Mar 1883
B/P Austria
Father: Alojz Scattola
Mother: Maria Paoletich
SSN 085309821

Notes
Nov 1954: Name listed as Luigi Scattola

Members in Household: Alojz Scattola (n) Maria Paoletich

Collection
U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index

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Amy

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Re: Italian Research
« Reply #407 on: Monday 23 November 20 16:19 GMT (UK) »
Hi Amy,
I will try and contact them in Parma to find exact cemetery.
Thanks for extra info.
Not giving up yet!!

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Re: Italian Research
« Reply #408 on: Monday 23 November 20 17:54 GMT (UK) »
Hi Amy,
We might be looking at the wrong place for the birth of Luigi in Austria.  Gone back to history and here is why.

In 1867 Austria formed a dual monarchy with HUNGARY until 1918.  So was he born in Austria or Hungary? Just an idea.

His fathers' first name ALOJZ is from Slovenia. 

His mothers' surname PAOLETICHE comes from Croatia where a lot of Italians were.  Most people with this surname were born in BUJE, which is in Istria.  The surname is also found in Slovania.

So we have Austria, Hungary, Italy.  Slovania and Croatia were part of Yugoslavia at one time.

Istria was part of Italy 1918-1945. After WW2 it became part of Yugoslavia.  It is actually a triangular peninsola  that is part of CROATIA and SLOVANIA extending to VENICE.

Hope not to have bored you, but going to have great fun trying to sort this one out whether its iItaly or not.

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Re: Italian Research
« Reply #409 on: Wednesday 25 November 20 13:22 GMT (UK) »
Hello Steve

I would be very grateful if you could spare the time to look at this query for me. I have tried to attach a record with this but it is obviously too large!! I will try and reconfigure it but my IT skills are not great! :-[ If you have access to Ancestry this is the link in case I fail
https://www.ancestry.co.uk/imageviewer/collections/1993/images/41814_b157227-00326?pId=128913
This concerns my husband's 3rd gt aunt Sarah Parmiter, conditionally baptised into the RC faith in Dorset in 1841 who I believe became a Nun in the Augustinian Order. Despite many attempts to find further info for her I have nothing after the 1841 census and her baptism in 1841 until this death record in 1906 in Rome.

I have tried to find info for her address in Rome where she died, via Palermo, 19, Rome and also the clerks who registered her death with officials Alfredo Scalamonti and Bruto Scarpetti. I have drawn a blank on all three.

We would dearly love to know anything about her life in Rome.

Thank you

Sally

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Re: Italian Research
« Reply #410 on: Wednesday 25 November 20 13:28 GMT (UK) »
Trying the attachments again for sarah Parmiter

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Re: Italian Research
« Reply #411 on: Wednesday 25 November 20 18:11 GMT (UK) »
Hi Sally
This is a new one for me ???
But, but have emailed the Augustian Nuns here in Italy with details to see if they have archives.
Right or wrong or against privacy I don't know ;)
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Re: Italian Research
« Reply #412 on: Wednesday 25 November 20 18:21 GMT (UK) »
Steve thank you for taking the trouble. Religious orders are very difficult to research. There is a UK Index but it only covers Sisters/Nuns who remained in Convents in the UK. Once they went out into the community or moved abroad there is nothing. I have emailed organisations in the Uk but most haven't even replied!!

I have researched this Family for the last 15 years and this Lady, and her sister Maria Shepherd Parmiter, an Ursuline Nun, have proven equally elusive!!

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Re: Italian Research
« Reply #413 on: Wednesday 25 November 20 18:50 GMT (UK) »
Ok see if we can sort this one and then the sister.
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