Italy, L'Aquila, Civil Registration, State Archive (FamilySearch Historical Records)/Known Issues
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Question #1: When I try to search this collection and view the images I get a message that the images are not available. How may I view the images?
Answer #1: FamilySearch has limited rights, granted by the record custodians, to publish images from the Italy, L’Aquila, Civil Registration (State Archives) 1809-1865 collection for viewing online. Images for this collection are only available for viewing to members of the sponsoring organization (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints), and at FamilySearch Centers. It is important to check with your FamilySearch Center before your visit, to verify that the center is equipped with the capability to view these restricted images on www.familysearch.org.
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Question #2: Even when I am signed in, I cannot always view images, but get a message that the images are not available. Is there a way to view these records?
Answer #2: Italian Data Privacy rules prohibit viewing the following records: All birth images must be 100 years or older; all marriage images must be 70 years or older, and all death images must be 70 years or older.
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Question #3: When I click on L'Aquila > Roccaraso > Nati 1821 (Registro 3395) I get Matrimonio 1821. How can I find the Nati 1821 records?
Answer #3: When these records were digitized, the Nati 1821 and Matrimonio 1821 records were combined. You will find L'Aquila > Roccaraso > Matrimonio 1821 (Registro 3395) from Image 1 through image 18. You will find L'Aquila > Roccaraso > Nati 1821 (Registro 3395) from image 19 through image 52.
Question #4: When I go to print or save an image, the buttons are gray and it will not let me either print or save. Is there a way I can print and/or download from this collection?
Answer #4: There is a no-print/no-save restriction with these collections at the request of the record custodians.
Question #5: When searching Barrea, Matrimoni 1832-1836, I find only Nati (birth) records. Where can I find the Matrimoni records for these years?
Answer #5: The records appear to be mixed up. You can find Matrimoni records for years 1832-1836 on film number 1170093. You can order this film from the Catalog to a FamilySearch Center near your home. To order click on Ordering Microfilm or Microfiche.
Question #6: I cannot find a browse point for L'Aquila > Cansano > Matrimoni 1815. Where should I look to find the records?
Answer #6: The L'Aquila > Cansano > Nati 1815 (Registro 1026) browse point contains Nati (birth) records from the beginning through Image 27. As of image 28 the records are for Matrimoni (Marriages) for the year 1815.
Question #7: The 1815 records located at L'Aquila > Pettorano sul Gizio and L'Aquila > Pacentro appear to be mixed together. What is the correct allocation?
Answer #7: The 1815 records for the following localities are transposed:
L'Aquila > Pettorano sul Gizio records are for Pacentro.
• Diversi 1815 (Registro 2938)
• Matrimoni 1815 (Registro 2938)
• Matrimoni, processetti 1815 (Registro 2938)
• Matrimoni, pubblicazioni 1815 (Registro 2938)
• Morti 1815 (Registro 2938)
• Nati 1815 (Registro 2938)
L'Aquila > Pacentro records are for Pettorano sul Gizio.
• Diversi 1815 (Registro 2563)
• Matrimoni 1815 (Registro 2563)
• Matrimoni, processetti 1815 (Registro 2563)
• Matrimoni, pubblicazioni 1815 (Registro 2563)
• Morti 1815 (Registro 2563)
• Nati 1815 (Registro 2563)
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