Genealogy in Saviano

If you search your ancestors in Saviano, in the province of Napoli, Campania region, the documents about your Italian family are stored in the City Office archives and in the parishes in the town.

Civil Records in Saviano

In towns and villages of Campania and in Napoli province registry offices were established in 1809: it means that you could find your ancestors records in Saviano town hall archives as of that date.

(If your goal is to claim your Italian Dual Citizenship in Saviano follow this link).

So, if your ancestors lived in Saviano during the past centuries, then you should start your family research from the City Office of Saviano to know more: our local expert is ready to help you in your research!

Otherwise, if you think to contact the town hall by yourself, we suggest you to read our tips for your search. They are useful to search in Campania and of course in Saviano too!

Next picture shows the demographic trends in Saviano from the Italian Unification(1861).
This is a necessary info to understand how many people lived in the town in the past.
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To proceed faster with your research is important to know if the last name you are investigating is a frequent surname in Saviano. As more your surname is common, as more it could be difficult to find the right branch of your ancestors family in Saviano archives, expecially if you have not exact dates.
It could be useful for you to know that some of the most common surnames in Napoli province are:
Amato, Ambrosio, Annunziata, Ascione, Borrelli, Borriello, Capasso, Capuano, Castaldo, Cirillo, Coppola, Cozzolino, Cuomo, D’Angelo, De Falco, De Luca, De Martino, De Rosa, De Simone, Del Prete, Di Costanzo, Di Maio, Esposito, Ferrara, Ferraro, Fusco, Gallo, Gargiulo, Giordano, Guarino, Izzo, Liguori, Maresca, Marino, Napolitano, Pagano, Palumbo, Panico, Piccolo, Riccio, Romano, Ruggiero, Russo, Sannino, Scognamiglio, Sorrentino, Vitale, Vitiello.

Church Records in Saviano

Church archives in Napoli province may store even older information. You will find religious records of the same events (births, marriages and deaths) but, most important, you could go further back in time!
So in case you would like to go back in centuries, it’s good for you to know that the parish registers in Napoli started during 1500!

They are far less accessible from abroad (and even not easy to browse and to read if you are not used and skilled) but our local genealogist can research the church archives of Saviano on your behalf.

In case you want to visit churches, these are the addresses of parishes active today in Saviano:

S. ERASMO – – Sant’ Erasmo

IMMACOLATA CONCEZIONE – Via Casa Allocca, 1

S. GIOVANNI BATTISTA IN SIRICO – Via Parrocchia

IMMACOLATA IN PIAZZOLLA – Via Tommasoni, 1

Anyway for our experience, even if you plan to come here, we always suggest to start the research months before the arrival: in this way you will avoid to waste time in the offices or in the churches dealing with italian bureaucracy and you will have more free time to visit the town and surroundings on your ancestors footsteps, starting from the info gathered by our genealogists.

Another important source of information are the notary documents available to expert researchers in the State Archives.

If you need a professional help from our local genealogists write to saviano@italianside.com or follow this link.

Our expert in Saviano area will study your request and will reply to you with a plan and a quote for your family research.

Here below you can read the messages received from other visitors in Saviano forum:
if you only want to discuss with other people interested in genealogy in Saviano feel free to leave a message below.

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15 Comments

  1. PJ says:

    Anyone by the surname of DeSena reading this? Vincenzo was was great grandpa who came to US early 1900s

  2. Peter says:

    I have a memorial card in my family photos of Maria Carmela Falco, (wife of Nicola Falco) born in Saviano on 12th July, 1864, and died London 6th May, 1934.
    I know nothing else of her and do not remember her name being mentioned during my childhood, but I think that, maybe, she was somehow connected to my family.
    I am currently trying to locate the birth record of my great great grandmother, Vita Sforza. She died in San Donato Val di Comino, but was born and married elsewhere. I am wondering therefore if the Falco family was somehow related to her.
    The records for Saviano do not appear in the Italian State Archives and so I wonder if anybody can provide some information to help me in my researches.#
    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

  3. Anthony says:

    Hello,

    My great grandparents Guisuelle and Lucia (Franzese) Furino were born in Saviano inhe mid 1800s. Does anyone recognize the family names?

  4. Tom says:

    I am researching my grandfather’s ancestory. His name was Giovanni Notaro, born on January 8, 1886 in Saviano (we believe). He emigrated to the USA sometime in the early 1900’s (say 1900 – 1910). We’re not sure if he had any brothers or sisters. Any advice on how to track whether or not he had any siblings would be appreciated.

    • Cindy says:

      Hi Tom my grandfather was Francesco Notaro from saviano. He had a brother named Giovanni,. Could we be related? There is family still there.

  5. Stefanie says:

    Visiting Naples in June and would love to know more about my great grabdmother who came to America when she was 16 from saviano. She was actually born in London but lived in Naples with her numerous siblings. Her name was Stella Tortora. I was told her parents had a succesful business and thats why she traveled a lot and was born in London. Her siblings were (Carolina , giuseppe, Eduardo, Luigi). Any help would be great or any advice of where to go in Saviano to find records. Thanks!

    • Lauren says:

      I don’t have any advice, but I’m researching a Carolina Tortora from Saviano. Any chance Stella’s father’s name was Felice or any known connection to a Filomena Tortora?

  6. Aleksandra says:

    Hi,
    I’m researching Allocca family from Saviano. Are there any online resources available for 1865-1900 period?
    Thank you
    Aleksandra

  7. Cindy says:

    I want to know about my grandfather Franscio Notaro he was born in Saviano left for America and never returned

  8. Kelly says:

    I am looking for Mary Romano of chiazzolla who married Marco Mike of saviano in 1905 or so. They came to the USA . Marco was born June 15, 1883 and passed in 1931 and is buried in hillside Illinois. Mary was born march 15, 1886 and passed in 1961 . They came to New York in 1905 from Naples. I am looking for them as well as their siblings.

  9. Frank says:

    I am planning to visit Saviano where my grandfather lived before coming to America. Where should I go to find out records on our family.

  10. MariJo says:

    My cousin and I will be traveling to the Naples are to find out about our Grandfathers we believe are from either Saviano or Avellino. We all lived in Chicago with the Name “Caccavallo” but have found out the original name may be “Caccavalle” Any information is appreciated.

    • Vito says:

      Hi Marijo, I don’t know if it is now too late but i think I can help you track the descendants of the Caccavalle family

      My mother was from Saviano Province of Naples, and came over to the UK in 1952, my mum knew the Caccavalle family Liliana and Chic or Francesco they were actually not so much from Saviano but a very small Hamlett of Saviano called Sirigo not sure of the spelling exactly

      Anyway Liliana and Chico came over to the UK about 5 – 10 years later and startlingly enough I ended up going to school in London with one of the 4 sons my friends name was Ciro, his elder brothers were Saverio Giovanni , then Ciro then the youngest Pompeo we all knew each other for many years to come, right up until the 1990s Liliana and Chic are since deceased over 10- 20 years ago,they lived up to that time in Ducketts Road , Haringay london N8 , I don’t know where everyone went after that but I believe the eldest son and the youngest went back to Sirigo and probably married don’t know what happened to Giovanni but Ciro married back in the late 80s to an English girl I don’t have a forwarding address at the moment but he lives or lived in the UK just so you know Caccavalle is not a common name in Naples and I do know that part of the family did also immigrate to the USA way before the Caccavalle family came to the UK so I am almost sure we are talking about the same people, As mentioned I knew the family the Mum and the Dad very well and Ciro and I hung out together in the 80s and early 90s so I may have other information should you want it I hope that you find what you are looking for or indeed have already found it if you require any more information let me know I would be happy to help Regards Vito

  11. Mary Lou says:

    Hello,

    I believe my grandparents lived in Saviano. His name was Francesco Romano. He immigrated to America on April 25, 1903 on the Calabria leaving out of Naples.My grandmother was Maria Granetti. She immigrated to America in May 1906 on the Republic with their two daughters, Barbara and Carmela.
    Any help on locating additional information would be deeply appreciated.
    Thank you in advance for your help.

  12. Rick says:

    Hello,
    I am looking for information regarding my grandfather’s ancestry in Italy. His name is Joseph Julian in America, but he was Giuseppe Giuliano in Italy. I recently came across his funeral book and lists him as being born March 16, 1876 in Saviano Pro Salerno, Italy. I have no other historical information other than he was married to Stella (Estelle) Papera from Benevento, Italy. He had another relative (possible brother) named Frank Julian who I’m guessing would be Francesco Giuliano. I’m not sure where to look next as my searches have come up empty…though I’ll keep trying. Any guidance you can provide would be wonderful.