This is Genealogy!


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Genealogy is passion.
In this videoclip, our great friend Alessandro shows us some of his research work in the old archives in a small italian town.
It’s such a hard job and only Italy-based genealogists like him can carry it on and explore family history fisrt-hand: leafing and reading the old handwritten books, page by page.
Genealogy for us is made on field: you can’t fully understand if you can’t see with your eyes and if you can’t touch with your hands the old registers.
This is what we do daily to help people to know more on their italian roots.

You may however choose to have the same thrill we feel by taking an ancestral tour with ItalianSide, walking on your forefathers’ footsteps.
This is why genealogy is so intriguing and challenging. This is what we like.

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5 Comments to “This is Genealogy!”
  1. Jeanette says:

    I am interested in finding information on my husband’s mothers fathers family Cuva. His name was Joseph Cuva. I have found so far he was born on September 18, 1890 in Motta d’ Affermo he immigrated to America in 1902.I am interested in learning of his parents, siblings as much as you can share with me.
    Thank you for your time!
    Jeanette

  2. Isabelle says:

    Hello Alessandro,

    I am looking to find the baptismal information on my Great, great grandfather, Domenico Ragonese born in Serrata, Reggio Calabria around 1884. I would like to trace back his (our) male family line and name from that point on backwards. I understand that originally our family was from Spain. Our name would have been Aragonese, but I do not know when the “A” was removed. Could I hire you to do some looking into old church records. I would love to hear from you, and hope you can help me.

  3. Mike says:

    I live in the USA and will be coming to Calabria in March of 2015 and would like to know if you could meet me in Corigliano Calabro, Longobucco or Cassano alla Ionio.
    Please indicate if you research for a fee. My Italian is limited and could use your services.

  4. Sam says:

    Would like to hire you to do some research in Pisa on the Fignini Family Attilio was born in 1860 Castlenuovo di val di Cecina we think he married Carola Biagini born about the same time. I am a genealogist in the US

  5. Joëlle says:

    Bonjour Alessandro,

    Recherche pour Généalogie :

    ACTES NAISSANCES :

    MINIERO PASCAL, père, né à Portici, avant 1900
    CAROTENUTO Maria, mère, née à Portici, avant 1900
    MINIERO Maria, fille, née à Portici entre 1906 et 1912

    ACTE MARIAGE :

    MINIERO Pascal et CAROTENUTO Maria

    MERCI si vous pouvez me donner les renseignements,

    Joëlle

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