Rabbit Hole Genealogy Fun – Death Record of Irene Albina Marano in Capestrano, Italy

 I had a free hour this morning to have some family tree enjoyable, and I questioned if FamilySearch had information for my grandsons Italian ancestors.  They’re all within the FamilySearch Household Tree, and in my Ancestry Member Tree, and likewise in a number of different Ancestry bushes.  However I used to be on the lookout for information of beginning/baptism, marriage, and loss of life/burial for individuals.

Once I clicked on my grandsons’ third great-grandfather Carlo Giuseppe Cerasoli (1840-????) profile within the FamilySearch Household Tree, I clicked on the FamilySearch hyperlink to seek out information for him.  A type of information was the loss of life file for his spouse, Irene Albina Marano.  Right here is the index file for the loss of life file of Irene Marano:

The supply quotation supplied by FamilySearch is:

“Italia, L’Aquila, Stato Civile (Archivio di Stato), 1809-1865, 1911-1943,” database with photos,   FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QK1T-SWPZ : 17 March 2018), Carlo Cerasoli in entry for Irene Albina Marano, 14 Dec 1914; citing Loss of life, Capestrano, L’Aquila, Italy, certificates, archivio di Stato di L’Aquila (L’Aquila State Archives), Italy; FHL microfilm 100523126.

This file states that Irene Albina Marano died 14 December 1914 in Capestrano, L’Aquila, Italy at age 76, and her husband was Carlo Cerasoli. It reveals that Irene’s mother and father are Giademenico Marano and Giustina Cerasoli.  

The unique picture of the file will not be obtainable to me at residence on FamilySearch, however it might be obtainable on the native Household Historical past Middle within the Household Historical past Catalog.

Then I remembered that the Italian Civil Information for this time interval are on Antenati (https://www.antenati.san.beniculturali.it/) – may I discover it?  On the Antenai web site, I searched by her title, Capestrano and 1914 and was rewarded by:

And there may be the precise web page with the loss of life file on the backside of the picture above:

Irene’s loss of life file is the primary file on this web page.  Right here is my first try at a supply quotation for the picture:

Gli Archivi per la Recerca Anagrafica, listed information with file indexes, Portale Antenati (https://www.antenati.san.beniculturali.it/ : accessed 30 November 2021), Archivio di Stato dell’Aquila, Stato civile italiano > Capestrano > 1914, Morti, web page 15, Irene Albina Marano loss of life entry, 14 December 1914.

Italian loss of life information are great as a result of they offer the husband’s title nd normally the mother and father names. The actual finds listed here are Irene’s loss of life date and her father or mother’s names – Giandemonico Marano and Giustina Cerasoli.  I additionally discovered Carlo Cerasoli’s loss of life file in 1911 in Capestrano.

I do not know who Carlo Giuseppe Cerasoli’s mother and father are, however it seems that he married his cousin of a point (doubtless a primary or second cousin).

I have to have extra family tree enjoyable like this on daily basis!  Generally you get the rabbit and generally the rabbit will get you – this time, I received.


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