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Italy Births and Baptisms, 1806-1900
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Italy
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Location of Italy
Record Description
Record Type: Births and Baptisms
Collection years: 1806-1900
Languages: Italian
Title in the Language: Italia Nati e Battesimi, 1806-1900
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Births / Baptisms

  • Name of the child
  • Gender
  • Date and place of christening
  • Date and place of birth
  • Names of parents
  • Ages of parents

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Locality Births and Baptisms, 1806-1900 Marriages, 1809-1900 Deaths and Burials, 1809-1900
Agrigento 216,072 70,320 204,847
Benevento 18,085 8,028 2,354
Campobasso 0 8,882 2,830
Caserta 21,581 0 4,485
Catania 0 2,880 9,471
Chieti 115,180 15,081 10,321
Enna 0 675 0
Foggia 361,109 62,735 6,106
Frosinone 0 3,938 0
Genova 111 0 0
Italy 1,041,967 4,239 76,550
L'Aquila 19,762 2,838 2,720
Latina 0 13,779 0
Messina 0 5,710 13,656
Modena 7,345 14,604 23,146
Napoli 11,593 9,894 0
Palermo 57,204 19,631 68,954
Parma 839 0 152
Pescara 3,665 1,238 625
Roma 249 0 0
Sicily 11,847 1,344 5,381
Teramo 39,006 8,556 5,043
Torino 15,263 3,617 207
Vicenza 0 542 1,646
Totals 1,940,878 258,531 438,494

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