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Abruzzo Heritage: our mission
Our region has always been away from all major communication networks. Those who left to find a better life elsewhere very rarely returned. But the Abruzzese in Italy and those in other countries of Europe, America, Australia, all share a common cultural heritage: this website aims at keeping this heritage alive. Abruzzo World Club, thanks also to the support of subscribers since 1998, developed the ABRUZZO2000 website, established and maintained free messageboards and guestbooks to the Abruzzese and Italian community in the world, organized TOURS to the region and provided assistance in GENEALOGY research.
The periodical Abruzzo Heritage Ezine offers an insight into the very soul of the region, through research of documents, photos, genealogy records, cemetery images, to rediscover the importance of the values and traditions that our forebears kept as their special treasure in their quest for a better future, and the great wealth of historical, cultural, artistic and natural beauties of Abruzzo and nearby places.
Here you will find genealogy indexes and other reserved material (see here a preview of the resources available). Members will get 365-days access, a complimentary gift, a calendar from Italy and through the membership fee (68 USD a year - 58 USD for renewals) will contribute to the growth of the archive and to the development and update of the public ezine and newsletter. More information ....
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Sassa - Onciario 1753 with all complete families; Montenero d'Omo - Onciario 1753 with all complete families; Ari - Onciario 1742 with all complete families; Pacentro: Catasto Onciario about 1750 with all complete families; Rocca di Mezzo - Onciario (heads of families) about 1750; Manoppello - Indexes of Notary Serafini 1667-1670, 171 deeds; Guardiagrele - notary Farina Ilario 1743-1760 dowries; Casoli - notary Nicola Belfatto 1740-1748