BAPTISM, MARRIAGE, FUNERAL RECORDS – ANOGHI ITHACA
'Priests' books of baptisms, marriages and funerals in Ithaca Volume I Church of the Assumption of the Holy Virgin Mary in Anoghi. 1749-1922
by Vasiliki Angelopoulou and Stefanos Gerontis
This bilingual publication contains details of baptisms, marriages and funerals in the village of Anoghi, Ithaki from 1749-1922. Download your digital copy here.
The publication provides an analytic description of the priests’ books (Katastiha) including an explanation of differences in the recording of details during the years covered, and a chronological catalogue in both Greek and English containing over 3,500 entries of the baptisms, marriages and funerals conducted in Anogi from 1749-1922 obtained from the Ithacan Historical Archive of the General State Archives in Vathi. The English translation commences on pages 126-204).
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