Civil Records

Antonio Nevi’s Death Certificate

2020-09-28T17:09:35+00:00September 28th, 2020|Categories: Civil Records, Death Records|Tags: |

Death Certificate of Antonio Nevi, Ralph Nevi's father. (Also the father of Henry, David, Louis, Charles, Maria and Palmina). Marseilles, France, April 13, 1896 (French) Nevi, Antonio 217 L'an mil huit cent quatre-vingt-seize et le treize avril à deux heures Acte de décès de Antoine Nevi Décédé à Marseille lieu à une heure [...]

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Ralph and Erminia Marriage Documents

2020-09-28T19:47:04+00:00September 19th, 2020|Categories: Civil Records, Marriage Records|Tags: , |

Church Marriage Document Courthouse Marriage DocumentsThere are some obvious errors, and Joan Lander has created a transcript with corrections. Download Large Composite Image

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Giacomo Galli’s Birth Certificate

2020-09-19T20:42:45+00:00September 18th, 2020|Categories: Birth Records, Civil Records, Giacomo's Box|Tags: |

TRANSLATION: Church of the parish of Caprino Veronese Birth Certificate There appears in this Parish registry that Giacomo Galli, son of Francesco and Giovanni Martinelli, was born in this Parish on March 27th 1868. We present this information without tax stamps for the purpose of immigration. From the official Parish of Caprino Veronese. Signed [...]

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Giacomo Galli’s Passport

2020-09-19T20:47:09+00:00September 18th, 2020|Categories: Giacomo's Box, Passports|

TRANSLATION: This passport is valid for one year. Dated February 21st, 1923 IN VITTORIO EMANUELE III IN THANKS TO GOD AND THE WILL OF THE NATION KING OF ITALY PASSPORT Released to Giacomo Galli, son of Francesco and Giovanni Martelli. Born in Caprino in the province of Verona on March 28th 1868, Residing [...]

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Giacomo’s Permit to Reenter the U.S.

2020-09-19T20:47:35+00:00September 18th, 2020|Categories: Giacomo's Box, Immigration, Passports|

March 25th, 1926. Giacomo Galli, an alien lawfully admitted to the United States, was issued a permit by the United States immigration service to lawfully be re-admitted to United States, returning from a temporary visit abroad. He is described as being 5'8, 200 lb, dark complexion, gray hair and brown eyes. (This is different [...]

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Giacomo’s Certificate of Residence

2020-09-19T20:47:48+00:00September 18th, 2020|Categories: Civil Records, Giacomo's Box|

A letter dated June? 20, 1926. In Italian, on stationery printed: the Royal Consulate of Italy, Boston, Mass. Beneath that there's a rubber-stamp: Agent of the Royal Consulate in Springfield, Mass. It is a certificate of residence. TRANSLATION: Giacomo Galli is released this date and declares he will return to Italy for a. Of [...]

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Giacomo Penal Certificate

2020-09-19T20:49:31+00:00September 18th, 2020|Categories: Civil Records, Giacomo's Box|

TRANSLATION: The Civil and Penal Tribunal of Verona Penal Certificate We attest that in this record office, in the name of Giacomo Galli, son of Francesco and Giovanna Martelli, born in Caprino Veronese on March 27, 1868, there is no record of any crimes. This document is for use in emigration. Signed at Verona, [...]

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Giacomo’s Will?

2020-09-19T20:48:04+00:00September 18th, 2020|Categories: Civil Records, Giacomo's Box, Wills|

December 12th, 1926. A handwritten official letter signed by Elisa Pezzolato, which is hard to translate, but says in part: "... for the rest of his natural life..." It could be a will, giving his property to this Elisa Pezzolato. On the reverse are 10 payments received by Mr Galli, each stating the amount [...]

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Giacomo Galli’s Box

2020-09-19T20:36:54+00:00September 18th, 2020|Categories: Civil Records, Genealogical Research, Homepage Featured, Immigration|Tags: , |

After Nonnie died, my mother Barbara and I, with grandparents Bill and Viola, visited her home on Fayette Street. At that point other family members had already been there, and in general her possessions had been distributed amongst the family. I went to the basement to poke around, always being curious and loving to explore. [...]

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