1861 San Maurizio Canavese, Torino, Italia - Cannot find church records
I am trying to locate the 1861 ecclesiastical records of baptisms, marriages, and deaths for San Maurizio Canavese, Torino, Italy. The record file where they should be located -- Battesimi, matrimoni, morti (Pianezza-Savigliano) 1861 -- breaks at San Gillio and then picks up thereafter with Savigliano (see https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS8J-TSFD-3?i=3&cat=414653).
The next file -- Battesimi, matrimoni, morti (Savigliano-Vauda di Front) 1861 -- continues from Savigliano (see https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS67-PHX7?i=4&cat=414653). It thus appears that San Maurizo has been skipped over for this year.
Does anyone happen to know in which record file I can find the ecclesiastical records for San Maurizio Canavese dioceses of Torino? I have had no difficulty in locating and viewing the church records for S. Maurizio for previous and succeeding years. I just cannot seem to be able to locate the records for 1861.
Thanks in advance for your consideration and help!
N Tychonievich mod
@AnneMarie_Champagne I see that you have been waiting quite some time for help with this problem. I am not an expert on Italian research, so all I can do is point you to some resources. Unfortunately, we can't tell why San Maurizio was skipped in the filming of the church records--whether the records were missing or damaged or just somehow skipped by the film crew.
Here are some places you can go to see if you can find other sources of the records you are seeking:
The Italy Genealogy page on the research wiki has links to articles and websites as well as research strategies. It might point you to some resources you were not aware of:
Here in Community, we have a Italy Genealogy Research group that is fairly active. Posting there might get you better assistance from folks with extensive experience:
You can sign up for a free online consultation with the experts at the Family History Library:
Hope some of these resources will help--or maybe some of our experienced researchers will have additional and better suggestions for you here in this part of the community.1
Thank you for taking the time to respond. The links are always helpful to visitors who might view this question. The wiki and other pages (and external sites) have certainly been a great help to me over the years, and I encourage anyone reading this thread to familiarize themselves with these truly invaluable resources.0