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  1. Computer Corner

    from the January 2010 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Tony Sasso and Barbara Florio Comunes of Italy is devoted to Italian genealogy and all things Italian It s published every other month and it consists of - pages that are packed with information Each issue features a different province of Italy To subscribe go to There is a subscription fee The Atlas of Historical County Boundaries is online for free at the Newberry Library Click View Historical State and County Maps You can change the map by changing the date Brooklyn Genealogy Information We may have identified this site before but it s full...

  2. Computer Corner

    from the February 2010 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Tony Sasso and Barbara Florio Holy Cross Cemetery Brooklyn NY now has available a partial listing of interments Some submitters have their e-mail addresses available for contact Go to Check out Regions of Italy- Italy is divided into regions Each region is divided into provinces and each province is divided into municipalities Here you will find information on the regions of Italy The LA Times reports about a government genealogy service that lets family history leap off the page It s a little known program of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services provides Go to...

  3. Computer Corner

    from the March 2010 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Tony Sasso and Barbara Florio Anthony Di Marino writes I read the front page of the IGG newsletter which mentioned locating famous people in cemeteries There is a website called where there is a vast amount of information on famous and not so famous people It s a great genealogy site Anthony also says Another local cemetery site is just click on the Greenwood logo at the top left of the page then click on Burial Inquiry at the top middle of page Then enter your information in the questionnaire The data banks on Italian...

  4. Computer Corner

    from the April 2010 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Tony Sasso and Barbara Florio This website of the Bronx has many class photos and has links to Brooklyn Queens and Manhattan websites with photos of these areas Queens has movie footage of Blackwells Island in There is much more to be enjoyed by surfing the sites Go to For information that explains the research process and conditions in Italy and to locate other people who may be researching your comune go to Here is a guide to the Italian regions provinces and comunes with history sightseeing events ac commodat ion pos s ibi l...

  5. Computer Corner

    from the May 2010 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Tony Sasso and Barbara Florio Anthony Di Marino says here is a web site where you can bring up a map of any part of the world and get a description of the county s history Click on a continent at the top of the page and work your way down into a country View the map and get a brief description of the country Then you can further learn of famous natives fast facts flag symbols islands regions and much more There is also a short history and videos of famous areas with beautiful...

  6. Computer Corner

    from the June 2010 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Tony Sasso and Barbara Florio Anthony DiMarino says that this website although expecting a membership can be accessed for useful information from the side bars that lead to learning links on genealogy From the Learning Center tab at the heading some examples are Deciphering Old-Fashioned Handwriting Soundex Codes Census Research Help Download Research Forms and FAQ on DNA Go to This site is good for members to see what is going on in their relatives locations There are some limited archival listings that go back a few years It s a Newspaper Map Just put...

  7. Computer Corner

    from the September 2010 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Tony Sasso June DeLalio and Barbara Florio This is a fascinating story about Translating an Italian Midwife s Records in Tampa-St Petersburg that a friend of June DeLalio just sent her June has visited Ybor City Tampa and has seen much of its historical places If you know anybody who lived down there or was born there send this link along The Louisiana Biography and Obituary Index references obituaries and death notices published in New Orleans newspapers from - and biographical information published in older Louisiana collective biographies The Archivio di Stato di Cosenza now...

  8. Computer Corner

    from the October 2010 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Tony Sasso and Barbara Florio For the Italian White Pages go to Suffolk County NY has launched their digital library branch Residents now have a new library branch one they can visit from their computers or phones Live-brary com offers one stop shopping for library card holders Patrons can order books audio books music CDs movies and videos Also provides access to Suffolk s Biography and Genealogy collection including Heritage Quest Footnote old newspapers and World Vital Records All services are free and require only a library card This one is somewhat of a repeat...

  9. Computer Corner

    from the November 2010 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Tony Sasso and Barbara Florio Anthony says that this website gives a full history of Italy in genealogy culture heritage and immigration One can either choose a topic of interest from the table of contents or read it through for a thorough understanding of Italian history This website has many Italian words found in documents along with a short course on how to determine the basic meaning of some words from the root of the word Though there is advertising there are many free useful links to hold your interest There is also an audio...

  10. Computer Corner

    from the December 2010 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Tony Sasso and Barbara Florio Select ive Service records for men born before January are available through the National Archives For more informat ion visi t World War II registration for the Old Men's Draft are on the FamilySearch site There are a ton and a half of state census records available online mostly name searchable and all free of charge Some records go back right to the days when the state was first settled Others focus on particular sub-populations like Indians or war widows and of course many are general census records for the...

  11. Computer Corner

    from the January 2011 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Tony Sasso and Barbara Florio For information on the regions and towns and provinces of Italy go to nonsolo CAP at Barbara Florio says that this site is the best of the best For Italian names and their history go to Walter Kehoe suggests a new website from Historic Map Works Residential Genealogy for transparent maps that can over-lay current maps to show changes If you are having trouble searching historical records on the new Family Search beta site go to About com has identified some of the problems with the site and its Comments...

  12. Computer Corner

    from the February 2011 issue

    Here are more websites f r o m A n t h o n y DiMarino Tony Sasso and Barbara Florio The Canadian Gazette is now available online Known as the official newspaper of the Canadian Government it has been an important source for Canadian researchers for more than years Go to The Digital Collection of the New York State Library includes a large array of th and th century historical material including rosters of the New York Volunteers during the Civil War For a complete list of the documents the library has digitized see At the end of December...

  13. Computer Corner

    from the March 2011 issue

    More websites from Tony Sasso and Barbara Florio Anthony DiMarino writes most genealogists may already know of this site For those new to research this military grave search is very easy to use It also includes many good links at the top of the home page concerning veterans services history of the VA VA locations and many more useful links Go to Pro-Genealogists has listed the most popular genealogy websites for go to The list is as measured by four major ranking companies and is explained in an article in Digital Genealogy This will be a good site not only...

  14. Computer Corner

    from the April 2011 issue

    The Italian American Museum salutes Italy on the occasion of her th Anniversary March - Auguri Italia Follow this link to see a beautiful video commemorating the th Anniversary of Italy Check out Brooklyn Genealogy Information Page Index Also check Old Fulton NY Post Cards This site has many links to other sites and a good book list This is an in depth web site of the Most Holy Trinity Church on Montrose Ave in Williamsburg The Memories link on the side bar has old photos of the church and the History link is also interesting Nearby churches are listed...

  15. Computer Corner

    from the June 2011 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Tony Sasso Joanne Heffernan and Barbara Florio This site could be of value for newsletter readers It has all available digitized newspapers that you can browse through Go to Here s another good site Genealogical Scams in general are listed at this site This site consists of a good collection of Italian American films On the home page click on the link Italian American Products Go to Venice is offering virtual gondola tours along the Grand Canal under the Rialto Bridge up to St Mark s Square and across to its famous islands The computer...

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