Last week, we had the pleasure to meet Mattia Pellecchia, aka Jack Lamotta, a genealogy enthusiast and speaker for Radio Controcultura.

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A short but intense record about the plague which spread out in Padula between 1656-1657

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Today we want to share a noteworthy paper: the 1939 Italian Yearbook.

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The three pictures below list the “foreigners” or “strangers” living  in Teggiano based on the 1754 Catasto OnciarioCensus(index).
The list below shows the “foreigners” or “strangers” (name+last name+hometown+status), either residents or not in Sala Consilina according to the 1764 Catasto Onciario Census.
Today we share a funny list with you! It is an inventory about the cows (they had a name!) that belonged to the Holy Rosary Congregation in Padula.

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Today we share with you a list of the shoemakers or cobblers (names+last names) working in Padula in 1749 according to the Catasto Onciario Census.

 

 

Here we are with a list (name + last name) of people working as stonecutters or stonemasons in Padula in 1749. Info taken from the 1749 Catasto Onciario Census.

 

A memory of a heavy snowstorm at Christmas – taken from a death record housed in the parish archive of Padula.

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