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Posts Tagged ‘Catasto Onciario’

Gioiosa Ionica Catasto 1745

Gioiosa Jonica Stemma

The Catasto Onciario 1745 for Gioiosa Jonica [Ionica], Reggio Calabria, Italy is now partially viewable on Calabria Exchange. You can also access it directly through Gioiosa Jonica Catasto.

Marina di Gioiosa Ionica Stemma

The Catasto Onciario 1745 for Martone di Grotteria, Reggio Calabria, Italy is also accessible at Martone Catasto.

Special thanks to Lou Loccisano from Calabria DNA for sending these amazing resources to us!

Martone, [RC] Catasto Onciario 1745

Martone di Grotteria Onciario del 1745

Martone di Grotteria Onciario del 1745



Martone, Reggio Calabria Stemma Thanks to Lou Loccisano from the Calabria DNA Project for making available and Carmen Papallo from the Famiglie di Martone,Italy Genealogy Project for extracting the Martone, Reggio Calabria 1745 Catasto.

The Catasto Onciario were records of taxes paid by the commoners of a comune to the City and list all items in their possession at they time. This is what the taxes were based on and were taken in the mid 1700?s. They also list any servants living on the property at the time.

As seen on both websites, Louis and Carmen each have deep roots in Martone and both have shared so much of their research with us. More civil records and additional information can also be found on Calabria Exchange.

Archivio di Stato di Cosenza – Catasto Onciario

Cosenza has done it again. Researching your family history has never been easier as you now don’t have to leave the comfort of your home to trace that elusive ancestor.

Cosenza has been busy over the last few years putting their Civil Records online using a combination of extractions and images and now they have put the Catasto’s online for all the Comuni in Cosenza. For many researchers this is a dream come true as they are often the first documented records of the residents of any town available next to Church records.

The Catasto Onciario were records of taxes paid by the commoners of a comune to the City and list all items in their possession at they time. This is what the taxes were based on and were taken in the mid 1700′s. They also list any servants living on the property at the time.

Hopefully other provinces in Italy will follow this example and do the same.

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