Searching your Ancestors in Italy - Response from Archivio Storico Diocesani di Lucca
mazzie74 - 06 Nov 2015 - 13:20
Oggetto: Response from Archivio Storico Diocesani di Lucca
I have e-mailed the Archivio Storico di Lucca asking how I can obtain original photographs / photocopies from the baptism / marriage / burial and civil records.
Their response is below.
I have translated using Google translate but it is mentioning 25 shots etc.
Is this just extra copies or does it mean different angles etc?
il regolamento dell'Archivio per le ricerche genealogiche e le fotoriproduzioni prevede la seguente spesa:
- 10,00 euro per avvio pratica;
- 5,00 euro per ogni record rintracciato;
- 2,50 euro per ogni scatto (fino a 25 scatti), successivamente 1,25 euro (fino a 100 scatti).
Si accettano soltanto pagamenti effettuati tramite bonifico bancario.
Per avviare la ricerca avremmo bisogno di indicazioni precise circa le località e le date di battesimo dei suoi antenati. Sono necessari anche i nomi dei genitori.
Valentina Cappellini, Tommaso Maria Rossi
ery1 - 06 Nov 2015 - 15:02
|Is this just extra copies or does it mean different angles etc? Extra copies
10,00 € for research;
5,00 € for each record found;
2,50 € for each shot, if shots exceed tha amount of 25 it's applied the rate of 1,25 € for each shot (until 100 shots).
Payment only with bank trasfer.
mazzie74 - 07 Nov 2015 - 10:27
Before I order, I am hoping to receive copies of both the church and the civil recirds for my ancestors.
Can you confirm if the Civil Records for Colognora only start after 1851?
So I can only order church records before 1851?
ery1 - 07 Nov 2015 - 15:36
I want to start by saying that Diocesan Archive has only church records and confirm that Civil Records for Colognora start after 1851 but there are also Napoleonic Civil Status Records which cover the period 1807-1814, these are held by Florence State Archive.
mazzie74 - 09 Nov 2015 - 05:15
I received this record along with scans from the church records.
I thought they came from the Diocesan archive.
I may be wrong
ery1 - 09 Nov 2015 - 14:05
For period before 1st September 1871 the functions of Civil Status Officer were performed by priests, who have the task of compiling and keeping records (since the second half of the 1500s), but already previously some parishes compiled such records.
This act comes from the Diocesan Archive and it's a pre-printed model compiled and signed by parish (Gio. Battista Puccetti Rector).
Instead this is the death act of Civil Status (Act n.159):
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