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Question #1: When searching Italy, Cosenza, Rossano, Civil Registration (Tribunale), 1866-1910
Scala Coeli > Pubblicazioni 1874, 1910 Matrimoni, morti 1866-1910, the browse point Pubblicazioni 1874, 1910 implies there are only two years of these records. Where are the remaining records?
Answer #1: The browse point is an error. It should read Pubblicazioni 1874 – 1910, because all of the records for the years 1874-1910 are present.

Question #2: When searching Italy, Cosenza, Rossano, Civil Registration (Tribunale), 1866-1910
Scala Coeli > Pubblicazioni 1874, 1910 Matrimoni, morti 1866-1910, I come to Morti (Deaths) 1882 followed by Morti (Deaths) 1884. Where are Morti (Deaths) 1883?
Answer #2: All records are present, but 1883 is out of date order. The year 1882 ends with image 293. The year 1884 begins with image 294. 1883 death records are found at image 310.


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