Deaths around 1910. But she was born around 1910. Any guidance on how I do this?
Near the end, directions are given on how to request more recent records. This begins: "If the records are not online or microfilmed, civil registration records in Italy can be obtained by writing to the local civil registry. This is also necessary for more recent records. Recent records are covered by privacy laws, so they are not released for microfilm or online. But relatives are allowed request them for genealogy. Civil officials will generally answer correspondence in Italian. Your request may be forwarded if the records have been sent to the tribunale or the provincia."
But back to your question on how to find out when she died. First I'd interview any living older relatives. Next, you could research newspapers in the area she lived. Also, you could join a group specializing in Italian research. Here's one: https://community.familysearch.org/en/group/108-italy-genealogy-research
It would be helpful to know the province in which your grandmother died, as it appears that civil registrations are held by the province in which the records were created.
There are 2 Italian Genealogy Research groups on Facebook -
Thank you Dellory. I will write to the Apricena civil reigstry if it looks like its not online. (death considered private) using Italian translator. Christine
In the Research Wiki there is an Italian Letter Writing Guide that might be helpful to you in writing to the Apricena civil registry.