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Registri dello stato civile di Capannori (Lucca), 1866-1935

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Italian
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmati dalla Genealogical Society of Utah, 1997-2003
in 112 bobine di microfilm ; 16 mm.

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Records of Italy, Lucca, Lucca, Civil Registration (Tribunale) are available online, click here.

Microriproduzione dei registri originali nell'Archivio del Tribunale di Lucca.

Microfilm ad alta riduzione (42x). Si consiglia di adoperare una macchina ad alto ingrandimento.

After 1851 the province of Lucca was considered a part of the region of Toscana. Regional civil registration, housed in Firenze, begins for Capannori in 1852 and includes the years 1852-1865. For film numbers see: Toscana (Italia : Regione). Ufficio dello stato civile / Estratti dei registri dello stato civile, 1745-1865.

Births, marriage banns, marriages, deaths, ten year indexes, supplemental records. Includes the separate offices in the hamlets of San Colombano, Tofori, Colle di Compito, Carraia, Porcari (Porcari was a hamlet until 1913), and in 1929, Marlia, Segromigno, and San Gennaro.

Dopo 1851 la provincia di Lucca fu considerata una parte della regione di Toscana. Lo stato civile regionale a Firenze incomincia nel 1852 (per Capannori) e includono gli anni 1852-1865. Per i numeri dei film vedi: Toscana (Italia : Regione). Ufficio dello stato civile / Estratti dei registri dello stato civile, 1745-1865.

C'erano sei uffici dello stato civile nel comune di Capannori: 1. Capannori; 2.San Colombano; 3. Tofori; 4. Porcari (fino al 1914); 5. Colle di Compito; 6. Carraia. Nel 1929 i nomi degli uffici hanno cambiato in: 1. Capannori; 2. Marlia; 3. Segromigno; 4. San Gennaro; 5. Colle di Compito; 6. Carraia. Per registri del comune di Porcari dall'anno 1913-1929 vedi: Porcari (Lucca). Ufficio dello stato civile.

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