Talk:Italy, Treviso, Civil Registration, State Archive (FamilySearch Historical Records)
I have tried many times to access and see the records : Italy, Treviso, Civil Registration (State), 1806-1815
but always unsuccessful however I'm signed in. It says image not available.
Can you help to access these records ?
many thanks and best regards,
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Question #3: I get a message “Image not Available” for some of the records even when I am signed in. Can I view these records? Some were previously available, have some records been removed?
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HoranDM 22:32, 20 July 2012 (UTC)