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Southern Italy Genalogical Center

Discover your roots

Surely you have asked yourself, at least once in your life, questions such as Who were my ancestors? What is the meaning of my surname? Where did my family originate?

The desire to know your origins, the life and activities of your ancestors can be answered through genealogy. Contact us to find out about your family history.

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Why choose us

Since 1987

Founded in 1987, the Southern Italy Genealogical Center is the first center for genealogical resesearch founded in Sicily.

We specialize

in the reconstruction of the genealogical trees of families originating from Sicily and Southern Italy (Abruzzo, Molise, Campania, Puglia, Basilicata and Calabria regions).

Quality research

Considerable research experience and extensive knowledge of State and ecclesiastical archives, libraries and other cultural institutions in Sicily and Southern Italy.

WHAT WE DO

Our Services

Documented reconstruction of the family tree

Request of documents to apply for Italian citizenship

Etymological research on Italian surnames

Heraldic and nobiliary research

Documentary and bibliographic research

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY ABOUT US

Reviews

"Marcello D’Aleo is a professional researcher, he managed to document the history of my family starting from a few old documents I had in my possession and the little information I was able to provide him. Congratulations on the professionalism and accuracy."

R.Ribaldo

"We used the Southern Italy Genealogical Center to search for some documents that we needed to define a hereditary succession. Impeccable work carried out with professionalism and confidentiality."

S.Zangara

"I didn't believe that genealogy research on my family could go so far back in time. Thanks to the Center I was able to get to know my ancestors until the early 1400s."

R.Ragusa

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