Genealogy in Veroli

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

Civil Records in Veroli

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

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

So, if your ancestors lived in Veroli during the past centuries, then you should start your family research from the City Office of Veroli 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 Lazio and of course in Veroli too!

Next picture shows the demographic trends in Veroli 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 Veroli. As more your surname is common, as more it could be difficult to find the right branch of your ancestors family in Veroli archives, expecially if you have not exact dates.
It could be useful for you to know that some of the most common surnames in Frosinone province are:
Alonzi, Bianchi, Campoli, Carnevale, De Santis, Evangelista, Fiorini, Gabriele, Iafrate, Lisi, Mancini, Martini, Palombo, Rea, Ricci, Rossi, Scaccia, Spaziani, Valente, Venditti.

Church Records in Veroli

Church archives in Frosinone 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 Frosinone 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 Veroli on your behalf.

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

BEATA MARIA VERGINE DEL BUON CONSIGLIO – 03029 SCIFELLI FR

S. ANDREA APOSTOLO – P.zza Giuseppe Mazzoli

S. CROCE – P.zza Altinate

S. ERASMO – Via Garibaldi

S. GIUSEPPE LE PRATA – Via S. Giuseppe le Prata

S. LEUCIO – Via Porta San Leucio

S. MARIA ASSUNTA – Via Santa Francesca

S. MARIA DEL GIGLIO – Via Giglio, 244

S. MARIA DELLA CONSOLAZIONE – P.zza S. Maria della Consolazi

S. MICHELE ARCANGELO IN CITTA’ – Via Aonio Paleario

S. MICHELE ARCANGELO IN VILLA – Via Sant’ Angelo in Villa

S. PAOLO APOSTOLO – Via Cavour

SANTI GIOVANNI E PAOLO – 03029 CASAMARI FR

SS. CROCIFISSO – Via Crocifisso

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 veroli@italianside.com or follow this link.

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

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60 Comments

  1. Patrick says:

    Hi from Canada
    Researching the Boccia/Baldaserra families
    They were from Scifelli di Veroli.
    Any help would be lovely
    My Great grandparents came to Canada in 1938

  2. Peter says:

    Hi Maria. My response to your last posting never posted. I will only be available to meet with you in Oct up to the 17th. Otherwise we will have to wait until Nov.

    Peter

  3. Nancy says:

    I am looking for Colaiuti ancestors

  4. Candy says:

    My family immigrated to America from this region via Ellis Island in the early 20th century. Last name is Zeppieri. A cousin claims that half of Veroli was once Zepperi’s but the name is not listed in the most common names paragraph. I have dabbled with genealogy research for about 5 years and have not been able to get back past my great-great grandparents. If anyone has any information about Zeppieri’s from the region, it would be most appreciated.

    • John says:

      Hi. My name is John Reddy. I was raised in Mechanicville,NY and I’m 67. My mother’s maiden name was Zeppieri ( Thomas and Concetta) My Italian grandfather immigrated from Veroli and my grandmother also came from that area. I have Zeppieri cousins in Toronto Canada. About 6-7 years ago I notified them because my wife and I wanted to visit Veroli. We traveled to Veroli from Sweden where we have had a summer house for the past 15 years. We arrived in Veroli via train from Rome and our cousin from Toronto was there to pick us up. She drove us to the where the Zeppieri’s still live. We were able to meet a number of Zeppieri cousins who spoke no English. We saw their olive orchard and their high end Swedish olive press where they press olives for themselves and other farmers in the area. It was only a day trip. I felt like I could just stay there and live and could feel it in my core that I had roots there. It was EXTREMELY EMOTIONALLLY POWERFUL. We have had friends visit us in Sweden who had Swedish roots and we experienced them crying during their visit. I cried on and off for 2 weeks after. My wife and I had lunch with my Canadian cousins who have a house there. When we flew from Rome back to Denmark we discovered that our luggage was missing and we never got it back. It later came out that there was slot of luggage theft in Rome that summer. We lost all of my cousins contact information in Veroli. I could probably get you the contact information of our cousin and her husband who met us in Veroli. I hope this is helpful. The Zeppieri’s are still there!!

  5. John says:

    Hi my name is John Velocci. Unfortunately my fathers father my grandfather died just prior to my father being born so we never got to know him. His name was Gerardo Velocci lived in scifelli with his wife Clementine. We knew he had brothers and a sister but have no idea what or where they went. My dad and 3 step brothers campoli and 5 step sisters lived near the monastery Benedictine in scifelli. If anyone has any info that would be greatly appreciated.

  6. Rose says:

    Looking for relatives. My great grandparents were from Veroli. Angelina Szirizotti Pica and Giuseppe Pica.

  7. Leci says:

    Sou da familia Tulli, tenho já os documentos de meu avô e bisavô, mas gostaria de saber se existem parentes em Veroli. Será que consigo descobrir nos arquivos das igrejas? Ou saber os nomes dos pais do meu bisavô?? Estou indo em novembro a Veroli.

  8. Graham says:

    Hello,
    I am looking for my ancestors, my maternal grandmother was Angelina Paniccia, born in 1903, I believe, possibly in Veroli.
    Her mother was Saloma Paniccia, and, I believe they may have travelled to England soon after this.
    Angelina married my grandfather, Percy Hoskin in Bodmin, Cornwall, England around 1910.
    I would be very grateful if you could help me with my search.
    Kind Regards
    Graham Bindon

  9. Mark says:

    My grandfather was Ercole Politi from Veroli. When he came to America he left a family. I believe he had two sons. I am trying to find contact information for any remaining Politi relatives.

    Thank you

  10. Virginia says:

    LOOKING FOR FIORINI GENEALOGY FOR A FRIEND OF MINE, DR. ANTHONY P. FIORINI.. HIS ANCESTORS. CANDIDO FIORINI OF ALATRI, ITALY AND HIS WIFE, MARIA FRANGELICO FIORINI. ALSO GREAT GRANDPARENTS OF ALATRI, FILIPPO DELL’UOMO AND HIS WIFE, MARIA LUISA FLORIDI. ANY HELP OR IDEAS AS TO WHERE TO LOOK WOULD BE SO MUCH APPRECIATED! HIS GRANDPARENTS WERE: ALFONSO FIORINI AND ADELINE ANNUNZIOTA DELL’UOMO OF ALATRI, ITALY. THEY CAME TO AMERICA AND SETTLED IN CAMPBELL, OHIO NEAR YOUNGSTOWN.
    THANKS SO VERY MUCH IN ADVANCE.
    VIRGINIA

  11. Gina says:

    Hello, my great grandfather was Pietro Arci, son of Biagio Arci, my grandmother Christina Vilozzi was his wife, daughter of Giavani Batista Vilozzi. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
    Gina

    • Gina says:

      Hello, my grandfather was Pietro Arci, son of Biagio Arci, my grandmother Christina Vilozzi was his wife, daughter of Giavani Batista Vilozzi. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
      Gina

  12. Lisa says:

    I am looking for any family I may have in Veroli. My great-grandmother’s name was Febea Micholine Vallozza born 11-09-1908. She had several brothers and sisters (Atlantic, Anthony, Rena, and Ophelia are some of them…Ophelia was her twin) who came to the US but later returned home. Their parents were father, Michele Vallozza and Adele Ricciardi. Michele was from Loreto, Aprutino but married Adele in Veroli and lived there with their children until they came to the US. Thank you in advance for all of your help!
    Lisa

  13. M Knapp says:

    Looking for information about my grandfather – Giovanni Fiorini who was born in 1884. He had 2 brothers – Pietro and Francesco.

    • Kim says:

      Did he have a daughter named Amelia traveling to Ellis Island in 1916?

      • Maria says:

        Hi Kim…I’m just seeing this now. (Sept. 2018) Yes, Amelia would have been his first born. I found a ship manifest showing the date of June 1916. Wish I could find more information before they came to the U.S.

      • Maria says:

        Hi Kim…Hoping you’ll see this and respond. You responded to my Oct. 2016 “search for info” on Jan. 20, 2018. It sounds like you might know something(s) that might help my search. I responded in Sept. 2018 but and am hoping you’ll respond to this second request.
        –maria

    • Donna says:

      Were they from Veroli?

  14. Victor Eugene says:

    Ciao,
    My grandfather Francesco Boccia was born in Scifelli on January 11, 1898. He immigrated to the United States after serving in the Italian army during WWI. He lost contact with his Italian family for 45 years. I was 9 years old when he was reunited with his brothers and sisters in 1965. I will turn 60 on August 30. It has been a life long goal of mine to travel to Scifelli and hopefully meet any relatives that may still be living in the area. For my birthday I am making my dream come true and am traveling to Italy and will visit Scifelli. I am hoping that I can find any relatives that may still be living in there. If you know any Boccia’s in Scifelli please contact me as soon as possible. Thank you! Gazie!

  15. Carmel says:

    My fathers name was Giovanni Battista Del Nero born November 1900. My mothers name Assunta Pagliaroli. Both birn on Veroli prov Frosinone. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you

    • Patrick says:

      Hi Victor!
      Did Francesco have a brother Joe? Born 1888.
      He was my Great grandfather and came to Canada. He died in 1968 in Toronto. Wife was Louisa Baldaserra. Died in 1988 at 100

  16. Daniel says:

    I grandfather was born in frosinone in 1896. He’s listed as Henry igliozzi but we believe he changed his name. We also believe he had brothers and sisters. Mainly Giuseppe Luigi Igliozzi born in 1887 or close to it. Any info would help

    • Joseph says:

      My grandfather was Giuseppe Luigi Igliozzi. He was born in Alatri (Frosinone) in 1892. He had 2 brothers, Angelo and Sisto and 1 sister, Asunta. I don’t know of a Henry but there is a possibility there was some relationship between them.

      • Ron says:

        My grandmother was from that area, her name was Philomena Igilozzi (maiden name) she married Ceseare Iaboni who was from Veroli, Frosinone. They came to USA ?? around 1912
        My grandmothers brother migrated to Venezuela shortly thereafter.

        Ron

  17. vicienne says:

    Good Morning

    I am trying to get some information on Riccardo Magnone born 10 August 1913. He had a brother Augusto. I am wanting to know their parents names. they were born in Frosinone. Riccardo was in world war 2 and a pow in England. He died in Veroli 3 april 1990.

    I hope someone can help me.

  18. Peter says:

    I a looking for information about my Grandfather Pietro Fiorini. He was born in Veroli in 1898 and emigrated to the US in 1915. His father’s name was Sisto, but I do not know his mother’s name. I know that my Grandfather had two brothers Francesco and Giovanni. Any information that anyone can provide regarding my Grandfather and his family would be much appreciated. Thank you.

    Peter

    • Suzanne says:

      Hello Peter,
      I may have some information for you. My father’s family came from Veroli.
      My great grandfather, Pietro Fiorini, married Theresa Caringi (her brother was a bishop at San Francisco, Italy).
      They had five children: Augusto,(my grandfather, who was born December 13, 1889), Ernesto, Amalia, Lydia, Nicole.
      Augusto moved to Ohio as a young man, and so did his sister Lydia. I am unsure about the others.
      Sincerely,
      Suzanne

      • Peter says:

        Suzanne,

        Apologies for the late response. I don’t believe that your family and mine are related. However, I believe that you have relatives in the Syracuse, NY area. I had a medical procedure done in Syracuse a few years ago and the nurse that attended me was a Fiorini. I don’t remember the nurses name but i do remember her telling me that her mothers name was Amalia.

    • Maria says:

      Peter…My grandfather is Giovanni. He had two brothers…Pietro & Francesco. Their father’s name is Sisto and mother’s name is Loretta. Your dates are off a little based on what I know. Birth year is about 1895 and immigration year to the U.S. is 1913. Pietro married Agnes and they lived in Utica, NY.
      –maria

      • erin says:

        saludos, Maria
        my name is Erin and my grandfather was Costantino Fiorini. He was born in Veroli in c. 1880. He immigrated to the US around 1921 and settled north of Syracuse, NY, in Fulton, NY. He had 2 brothers, one was Alfonso who migrated to Toronto where he lived many years. I understand there are lots of Fiorinis in Veroli (or were), but am curious if these names ring a bell with you, or if you suspect there is some relationship with your Fiorinis and mine 🙂 I’m going to visit Italy in Nov. with the purpose of finding papers – birth certificates, etc – of my grandfather to go thru the process of citizenship.

        • Maria says:

          Hi Erin, I had an uncle whose first name is the same as your grandfather’s (Costantino). He was born in Central CNY. I was told that someone changed his name to Donald when he was young but I don’t know why. Maybe we’re distant cousins?? My dream is to return to Italy to do what you will be doing…looking for family members.I’m pretty sure my family in Italy were members of St. Sisto’s. I wish you the best. Italy is a very beautiful country. Take some time to enjoy it. Please let me know how things turned out. Maybe you can offer me some hints when/if I get to make the journey.

          • Peter says:

            Maria,

            The family of Francesco live in Rome, NY. A few of the names that I knew were Donald, Sisto and Henry. There were more but I didn’t know them. I was not aware that any of Giovanni’s family came to the US. May I ask where you are from?

      • Peter says:

        Maria,

        Apologies for the late response. Pietro and Agnes were my grandparents. I have no information regarding Giovanni but I have an aunt that is still living that has had some contact with cousins still in Italy over the years and a cousin here in the US that visited the cousins in Italy a few years ago. Might be able to help you. Also would appreciate any information that you might have. Thanks. Peter

      • Peter says:

        Maria,

        I’m so sorry. I had my grandfathers brothers mixed up. I do have some information on Giovanni’s wives and children. Is that what you need?

        Peter

        • Maria says:

          Hi Peter,
          Hoping this posts…been trying to post for several days w/no luck…screen keeps blanking when I hit “post”.
          We are cousins! Love to hear what you know and I can share what I know. Wondering the best way to do this?
          -maria

        • Maria says:

          Hi Peter. My mother (Gloria)was one of Giovanni’s children from his second wife. I would like info about Pietro’s side of the family. I remember some of the names but forgot who goes w/who. Also, do you know anything about Francesco’s side? I think he did not come to the U.S. — remained in Italy but I could be wrong. What is the best way to share the information?
          –maria

          • Peter says:

            Hi Maria. I don’t know anything about Francesco’s side. I do know that he stayed in Italy. I would be happy to share information with you. Are you still local? Not sure what the best way to do this is.

          • Maria says:

            Hi Peter,
            Again, hoping this posts…there wasn’t a “reply” button next to your post.
            I live in the Syracuse area. Do you have contact w/’J” in California? Also I’m “friends” w/ Ray although we don’t really converse at all…just connected as second cousins.
            I don’t know anything about Francesco’s family either. “J” visited his house in Italy and sent me a photo which was very cool to see. I’d love to be able to fill in the blanks about Pietro’s family. I remember names but have forgotten some of the “who goes with who”. I can share what I know about my grandfather if you need to fill in the missing blanks as well. –maria

          • Peter says:

            Hi Maria. Like you, I hope this response posts as there was no option to reply to your last post. I also am living in the Syracuse area. I am a little bit East of the city. I do have contact with “J” in California. She had been back in the area visiting her Mom and sister for a few months over the summer and she was at my house a few weeks ago. We need to figure out a way to meet.

            Peter

          • Maria says:

            Hi Peter…Sounds like a plan. I live near Destiny…not in the city though. Maybe we could meet @ a Dunkin or some place similar? When “j” visited her mom she called me. It was nice to be able to chat w/her after texting a bit. It’s been a lot of years! I gotta think about this…how to do this. If you have an idea, feel free to share.
            –maria

          • Peter says:

            Hi Maria. Are you familiar with Panera’s in Marshall’s Plaza in Dewitt? Maybe we could meet there sometime. I think that would be about half way between where you live and where I live.

            Peter

          • Maria says:

            Peter…That would work. Perhaps sometime in October? –maria

          • Peter says:

            Maria, We would have to get together before Oct 17th for me to do it in Oct. Otherwise it would have to be in Nov.

            Peter

  19. Mike says:

    Hello,

    I am trying to locate records of my great grandfather Sisto Pigliacelli. My research has led me to believe he my have been born in Veroli around 1889. He immigrated to the US around 1914 from Naples to New York via Ellis Island. His wifes name was Elisa Pigliacelli.

    Any information or help researching their birth certificates and marriage would be much appreciated!

    Thank you,
    Mike

  20. michelle says:

    RECENTLY MY NEPHEW VISITED SCHIFELLI WHERE MY GRAND PARENTS WERE FROM. ..GIOVANNI MIZZONI AND ANGELINA DE CAROLIS. THEY HAD 6 BOYS AND 1 GIRL. SILVIO, PETER,LOUIS, ALDO,GUSSIPE , JAMES AND IDA THE SISTER. IN THE 30’S THEY IMMIGRATED TO TORONTO CANADA ON A STEAM SHIP..I HAVE DOCUMENTATION AND MY FATHERS BIRTH CERTIFICATE GUSSIPE MIZZONI AND THE STEAM SHIP LINE GIOVANNI AND HIS BROTHERS WERE ON..THE BROTHERS NAMES WERE IGNAZIO AND ACILLIES MIZZONI.

    IS THERE ANYONE LEFT IN VEROLI THAT KNOWS OF THIS FAMILIES BEGINNINGS/ MY UNCLE JAMES MIZZONI ONE OF THE BROTHERS OF GIOVANNI AND ANGELINA DE CAROLIS RECENTLY PASSED AWAY ANN GAVE ME SOME INFORMATION OF THE PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS AND STORIES OF THE BROTHERS WHO BUILT A SHRINE IN SCHIFELLI IN HONOUR OF SAVING THEIR LIVES IN WW1.

    • Angie says:

      Hi Michelle,

      I’m also searching for information on the DeCarolis family from Scifelli. My great grandfather was Gerardo DeCarolis, who was married to Concetta Frenza. My dad knew a Pio Mizzoni (his second cousin)? There are still relatives of the DeCarolis family in Scifelli. Enzo Gisini is one of our cousins. I’d love to know any additional info you may have. Thanks.

  21. David says:

    I am searching for any information regarding my great-grandparents, who were born in Veroli and immigrated to the U.S. in 1911 and 1913. My great-grandfather’s name is Vincenzo di Giacomo Mancini (parents Giacomo Mancini and Filomena Cimielli) and he was born in Veroli in January 30, 1888. His wife Concetta Mizzoni (or Mizzono) was born in Veroli in October 1887. They married in Veroli October 6 1909.

    Vincenzo sailed to the U.S. in 1911, and Concetta and son Augusto sailed in 1913 and lived in Fairmont, West Virginia for a few years before settling in Pennsylvania. I think their sponsor in West Virginia was named Giovanni Battista Fiorini.

    Any information or help researching their birth certificates or parent’s history (who could have moved to Roma) would be great!

  22. Sandra says:

    My name is Sandra
    My deceased grandfather -Francesco Fiorini was born and raised in Veroli he emigrated to the US on April 9, 1907 entered through Ellis Island NY. He was born on March 4, 1884 in Veroli and I know ispParents were Valentino Fiorini and his mother was Rosa Criscenzi Fiorini. His father died during World War 1. he had 1 sister named Adeline Fiorini Colatosti who remained in the Veroli area.
    I would like to know more about my great grand parents if possible
    Thank you for any information you may be able to provide.
    Sandra Fiorini Davis( Feorene name change when grandfather emigrated)

  23. Louisa says:

    Hi Veroli,
    My mother’s family is from Veroli. I believe Case Ricci. Her maiden name is De Rocchis and her mother’s last name is Scarsella. She and her brothers were American citizens living in Italy with their mother Tesolina Scarsella De Rocchis. One brother Gene (Gino), returned to the U.S. when he was ten years old, 1933. When he was 18 he joined the U.S. army and was sent overseas to Europe. He was killed in Holland. By request of their mother he was buried in Veroli, Italy. Most likely the only U.S. soldier buried in a private cemetery in Veroli. He died on September 22, 1944. If anyone can give me any information regarding Gene (Gino) De Rocchis it would be greatly appreciated. His Father’s name is Vincenzo De Rocchis. My mother and other uncle moved to the U.S. after WWII. My grandmother also moved to the U.S. my grandfather was living in the U. S. the whole time. We have been for many years with no success to have Gene’ remains to the U.S. with all of his family members. I know you cannot move a soldier from a military cemetery, but he is not in a military cemetery. I know this is difficult to understand, but any info would be appreciated.
    Thank you,
    Louisa

    • Paolo says:

      Hi, my names is Paolo.
      My wife and her family is from Veroli, we live in Rome actually but we often go there to see parentes and relatives.
      I was searching some news about Veroli on the web when I saw your letter.
      I have understand thet you are looking for Gino De Rocchi Us soldier buried somewhere in Veroli , and that you have never been in Veroli and never had further informations. Am I right ?
      I may try to ask for some news about it, if you agree.
      best regards
      Paolo

      • Louisa says:

        Dear Paolo,
        Thank you for your reply. I have been to Veroli and I have visited Gino’s grave there. However, it was many years ago and I do not recall the name of the cemetery. Is it possible to find out the name of the cemetery where he is buried? We are trying to find out if someone can assist us in having his remains sent from Veroli to the US – however, so far we have had no success. Also, if anyone has any information regarding Gene (Gino) De Rocchis it would be greatly appreciated.
        Thank you in advance for your help.
        Louisa

        • Scott says:

          I am looking for information about my great grandfather named Constantino Lanzi who emigrated from there in the early 1900s to Baltimore and he was from Veroli