Italian Records Help

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Are you of Italian descent? Do you struggle trying to find infomation from the birth, marriage and death records from the Antenati or family search records?  I found this a little while ago and highly recommend it.

 

well try this and book mark it. 

 

https://script.byu.edu/Pages/Italian/en/guide.aspx

"If you are interested in learning how to read old Italian handwriting for the purpose of extracting parish and civil registration records, you may consult the  Italian Records Extraction - An Instructional Guide. This resource provides basic principles, examples, and practice exercises which will enable you to identify specific parts and characteristics of christening and marriage record entries. The Italian Records Extraction - An Instructional Guide was first published in 1981 by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and is now available for download on this website in PDF format." 

 

You can either download it or just bookmark it as a handy reference. 

 

 

Also, join the Italian Roots project!
in The Tree House by Jim Tareco G2G6 Mach 3 (30.9k points)

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Thanks for the link, Jim!
by Anonymous Troy G2G6 Pilot (156k points)
You're welcome! It has a really nice glossary of occupations titles in the back.

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