Genealogy in Minturno

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If you know (or you think) that your ancestors were from Minturno, you could find info about your Italian family at Registrar of Vital Statistics in the City Office or at the parishes.

Registry offices in Lazio and in Latina province were established in early 1800: it means that you could find information in Minturno registrar as of that date.

So, if your ancestors were in Minturno in the nineteenth or twentieth century, then you could try to contact the City Office of Minturno to know more.

Would you like to know if any distant relatives live in Minturno?

Check how many people with the same surname live today in Minturno

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Before to start your genealogy research in Minturno, we suggest you to read our tips for your search . They are useful to search in Lazio and in Minturno too.

In the next picture you can see the demographic trends in Minturno from the Italian Unification (1861).

It could be important to know if the last name you are investigating is a frequent surname in Minturno. As more your surname is common in Minturno, as more it could be difficult to find the right info about your ancestors in Minturno archives if you have not exact dates.
It could be useful for you to know that some of the most common surnames in Latina province are:
Battisti, Bianchi, Cardillo, Conte, De Angelis, De Meo, De Santis, Esposito, Forte, Fusco, Lauretti, Lombardi, Mancini, Pannozzo, Parisella, Ricci, Romano, Rossi, Russo, Testa.

Church archives in Latina province may instead contain even older information, but they are far less accessible from abroad (and almost impossible by email).
Then,parishes send information not easily.

If you have the opportunity to visit Minturno and Latina province, you could plan to investigate churches’ archives by yourself (or with us!), but from abroad is very difficult to obtain any result unless you find a reliable local help.

Another important source of information is the “Archivio di Stato” (National archive) in Bari.


In any case, never give up! Probably the distance from your country and Italy, some difficulties in understanding and in translation, could complicate your search but this should not discourage you.

It’s important to plan your activities to carry on with simple goals (eg. search for a single date of birth, the name of an ancestor, the date of a marriage, etc.)

If you are interested to start or to continue your genealogy research in Minturno, or if you have questions regarding your family in Minturno, just leave a message below, we will answer you by email

If your research is in a dead end and you need some professional advices from skilled and reliable Italian genealogists write to minturno@italianside.com


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27 Messages to “Genealogy in Minturno”
  1. Cindi says:

    My grandparents are from Minturno. My grandmother’s Maiden Name is Dicostanzo. My grandfather’s name is Pensiero.

    My Grandmother’s first name is Anna; her siblings were Julian, Vincent, Beatrice, and others whose names I do not know.

    My Grandfather’s first name is Nicholas. He also had siblings whose names I do not know.

    Lastly, I was told they were in Shkowaadi (I apologize for the spelling, but I have no idea what the actual name was, and I wrote it phonetically).

    I would appreciate knowing how I can continue my search of my family tree. Thank you.

  2. Carla Maria says:

    Per favore, sto cercando per la famiglia Cardone in vicino di Minturno. Mia nonna stava abitando in Manhattan, New York.Il secondo marito era il mio nonno, il nome Biagio Cardone da Minturno. E arrivato in USA forse prima di 1920, sposarsi durante Guerra II(forse 1944) in La citta New York. Nonno Biagio ha avuto sorelle anche fratelli in Minturno. Dopo lui e morto in New York,1958, abbiamo perduto ” contact” tutta la famiglia in Minturno. Mi dispiace, perche posso parlare Italiano poco. Non c’e “traduccere” col computer. La Nonna era Maria Baldasarre Manghi era da Asti. La nonna e morta forse un anno dopo nonno Biagio. Spero di trovare alcuni della famiglia Cardona. Grazie.

  3. Elaine says:

    my grandmother name is Maria Pisanelli. my grandfather Pio
    Diglio. i would like to know if i have any realitives still living in Italy

  4. Carina says:

    Bonjour,mon grand-père Guiseppe Mezza est né à Minturno le 28 Octobre 1873 fils de Francesco Mezza et d’Antonia Treglia si vous avez des infos elles seront les bienvenues mon arrière grand-père est mort à Minturno mais je pense qu’il était de Gaeta mais sa femme Antonia Treglia de Minturno
    Mon grand-père Guise du Francesco s’est mariée à Maranola avec Antonia D’Urso

  5. Elisa says:

    Hello,
    I am looking for Antonesca Salterelli b. 1894. Arrived Ellis Island NY in 1919. She is daughter of Domenico and Magdalena Conte.

  6. DiVasta says:

    the name was changed because of something bad a family member did many years ago. No one ever told me specifics. They were embarrassed. Some of the names are DiVasta, DiVasto, DiVosta, DiVesto. Please let me know as I’m trying to go back in time to see who it was and what happened

  7. DiVasta says:

    I used to visit my Zio Mario and Zia Lucia DiVasta every summer in Minturno. My Nonna was Palmerina DiVasta. Looking for more information on my DiVasta side of the family. I know the stories but they don’t go back further than 1900. My last name is Scinicariello (Gaeta,LT). Just down the mountain from Minturno (Scauri, Formia). My father, Mario, passed away last year and I’m looking for more information on my family than I have from all the time spent there. Grazie mille

  8. Vincent says:

    I am looking for information on my grandparents. Their names are Vincenzo Malagiosio (Malagese) and Mary Fortuna. My grand mother parents are Anthony and Josephine Fortuna. She married my grand father in 1905. They came to the USA in 1913. Ant information will be helpful.

  9. Dan says:

    My grandfather was born October 24 1909 as Giovanni tuccinardi and lived in minturno. I believe his mother was Maria and father was either Phillip or Nicholas Tuccinardi. Not exactly sure. My great grandfather immigrated to the U S but returned to Italy. I’m trying to put a family tree together and trying to go go back as far as I can.
    My grandmother was born a Dechellis and her farther was Dominick Dechellis born1892-1893 to Lucy (don’t know maiden name). Dominick was from Italy but not sure what region.
    My dad never knew his grandparents and is the only child and doesn’t know much of them.
    Any info on family names would be greatly appreciated.

  10. Cynthia says:

    My maternal grandmother is Anne di Costanzo and she was born in Minturno. She has a sister, Beatrice, a neither Julien, and several other siblings whose names i do not remember. It has been said she lives in a castle, which had been stolen by the Germans and is now in ruins. Are there records of this family. Also Nicola Pensiero, whom she married and moved to the USA.

  11. Ann says:

    Help in finding any information on Salvatore or Tomaso Treglia. I have been to Minturno 3 times but could not speak Italian & hadn’t much time to stay.

  12. ciccone says:

    my grandfather was born in Minturno,in 1899 & moved to R.I. His name was Bernardino Iannitti.
    My grandmother tho born here was Conte.
    Amazinglingly my in law was Romamo ( MOTHER in law side) tho I don’t know if it’s a coincidence or not ( I don’t believe in them tho!) any info contact at the email .ty

  13. John says:

    My grand father came from Minturno Italy, 26 December 1908 on the Barbarossa, out of Naples.
    His name was Giovanni Mastroluca, age 30.

  14. Joanne says:

    My paternal Grandfather came from Minturno in 1906 his name was Salvatore Tucciarone brother Emillo Tucciarone asI believe my great grandfather was Antonio And great grandmother Fillipa.

  15. Deanna says:

    I knew my great grandfather, Ferdinand Michael Tucciarone. He was born in Minturno n August 13, 1882. Here was married to Maria Angiolelli. I’m stuck to find out more. I’ve been corresponding with another Tucciarone from Minturno. He seems to have been able to get much farther back than I have. Any ideas?

  16. Rosemari says:

    My grandfather, Giuseppe Antonio Pica, was born sometime around 7 July 1895. He departed Naples, Italy on the Barbarossa and arrived in New York in November of 1913. I have conflicting reports and believe he was born in Minturno or Caserta to Antonio Pica. I’d appreciate any information that you could provide.

  17. Diane says:

    Looking for any info on the family of Angelo Saltarelli born about 1873 and Fillipo Saltarelli who died in Italy about 1903. Thank you so much.

  18. Tonya says:

    I am looking for information on my Grandma and my Great Grandfather. They are from Minturno, Latina, Lazio, Italy

    My Grandma’s name is Marie (Maria, Mary) DeFilippis, born 14 Mar 1921
    My Great Grandfather’s name is Saverio DeFilippis 18 Oct 1898.

    Both of them immigrated to the United States, but I haven’t found any information from the Italy side. My Grandmother’s Mom no one seems to know her name. Are you able to help?

    Thank you!
    Tonya Retherford

  19. Elizabeth says:

    I am here in mintourno and am looking for information regarding my grandfather and grandmother and their families I went to vital statistics and am only here one more day I am hoping that vital statistics will be open tomorrow it is difficult to get the bus to mintourno from scouring. They don’t seem to run on a regular schedule. I tried to gets taxi today but could not. Is at the baron hotel in scauri. Maybe you can assist me?

  20. Becky says:

    My husband’s mother was Ursula Lena Mallozzi. She was born in Minturno June 14, 1911. Her parents were Pasquale Mallozzi, born January 10, 1890, and Maria Grazia Corrente, born April 22, 1988. We would like to be able to find family records in Minturno.

  21. Vinnie says:

    Hello; I visited Minturno about 1999. Here is a brief geneology that I convirmed at your “city hall”. We the administrators assistance, I was able to potocopy the actual birth and death certificates of the following ancestors: Grandfather- Francesco Conte @ 1880; My father- Pasquale Archangelo Conte dob- 1902; Antonio Conte and Nunzio Conte, Pasquales younger brothers, all came to the U.S. in 1920 to 1930’s. In the early 1900’s they were all young fishermen in my grandfather Francesco’s small fleet.
    If you can be of any assistance at all in my searching, I will be most appreciative. Thank you and God Bless!
    Vinnie

    • Antonia says:

      Hello, My father’s family, Conte, came from Minturno. His father, Nicholoas married Filippa Treglia (these are my grandparents) and his Uncle Anthony and Uncle Anthony’s sister, Mary came over to the U.S. in the mid 1900’s I think. Mary was followed by her future husband, Antonio Paparella, along with her sister Concetta and some other relatives. Many stayed in Minturno. I would love to know who was related to them and me. Maybe you are! I do know my grandfather’s father had a fleet and they were all fishermen too.

      My father’s family came into Ellis Island and settled in Trenton, NJ. But some went elsewhere in other parts of NJ I think and also Florida.

  22. Robert says:

    Looking for info on the family of Salvatore Valerio, born 1891-92. Looking for siblings names, parent names, and possibly current relatives. Thank you

  23. Domenico says:

    I am trying to make contact with my paternal family originating in Minturno. For some reason, an “r” was left out of the name when the ancestors came to America. My original Italian name is Sciarretta. I would like to be able to contact my family in Minturno to obtain more information.

    I would also like to visit Minturno this year to meet some of my Italian relatives.

    Thank you for anything that you can do to help me.

    • Theresa says:

      I would be interested in speaking with you. My maiden name is Shiretta (Americanized from Sciarretta in 1920). My great grandparents, Pasquale Sciarretta and Maria Cardillo were from Minturno. I am trying to decipher some history prior to them coming over from Italy and would love to compare notes to see if we are speaking of the same family.

  24. Sam says:

    Would it be better to contact the Minturno city office by phone or mail, and what is their phone number or mailing address?

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