Researchers Tracing YOUR Genealogy
research services in the records located on-site in Italy and Sicily.
My next trip is scheduled for October/November 2022.
completed report includes a log of locations and records searched and
an analysis of the information found and copies or extracts of
documents located. On-site research can
also include extracts from local phone books or photos of the area as
requested. To see some comments from clients, please see
see a sample report, please see
free research proposal is available upon request, please state
details concerning ancestor(s) and goal(s) desired from research
Project rates are $800/day for an on-site research
project. The cost breaks down as follows:
- $300 for airfare to and
from Italy and travel expenses within Italy (including trains,
buses, car rental, tolls and gas) after division by the 10 client
research days on each trip;
$100 for daily lodging and food;
$400 for eight hours of research and report
writing on each client research day.
This allows enough
funds to cover expenses on weekends (when civil and church record
offices are generally closed) and travel time (10 hours by car
between Torino and Roma, another 10 hours between Roma and Sicilia
on the autostrada in addition to the mileage to each research
Rates are payable in advance, payment can be made
through the PayPal icon below:
payment can be made by sending check or money order for $800.00 (US)
PO Box 11955
Salt Lake City, UT 84147
Kirkpatrick's next on-site research in Italy and
Sicily, is planned for October
2020. See Last Trip for details about the
last trip. See Italian Towns for details
about the previous trips.
In October/November, I will be researching in Cemeteries for military burials, then down to Monte Cassino for more military cemeteries. In Napoli, searching inquisition and Jewish tax lists and visiting an old friend in Salerno. In Bari area, more military cemeteries and the Jewish Internment camp at Alberobello. Then doing WWI and WII research in the provincial archives in Cosenza before visiting Rabbi Barbara in Serrastretta. In Messina province (Sicily), working in church records in Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto and Camporeale and hoping to find the Jewish Star of David window that remains of the synagogue now a post office. Then more church records in Polizzi Generosa near Palermo and notarial records in the Palermo Archivio di Stato. Hoping to get into the church records in Alia. Then working with a client in the Cathedral in Mazara del Vallo and the church archives in Partanna, both in Trapani province, perhaps a third town as well to round out her ffamily history experience. Then a flight back to Rome and then home.
In March, I'm planning to research in the Vatican Secret Archives (already have approval for 23-30 March). Then to work in the Inquisition trial records held at the Archivio di Stato in Napoli for the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. Then in church and provincial and town records at a few towns and cities yet to be determined. Then down to Sicily for work before flying home.
I'm looking forward to meeting with both American and
European friends (old and new), as well as returning to favorite
places and visiting towns I haven't seen before!
book on CD titled Sicily,
Part 1 and Part 2 and
is now available on 2 CDs. With a file for each town (plus many
other files), it relates the history of
Sicily as reflected in the photos,
records and festivals
of its towns. It contains over 2500 text
and photo files and can be ordered at CD
latest book is titled American Prisoner
of War Camps in Colorado and is available at Amazon in paperback format.