Roccasicura (Isernia), Family History and Genealogy

Roccasicura is a municipality in the province of Isernia located at 758 meters of altitude. Roccasicura has 559 inhabitants and a surface of 28,6054 square kilometers.

In 18th century Roccasicura belonged to the Molise province of the Kingdom of Naples and compiled the "Catasto Onciario" in 1769.

Address of Municipal Hall
Piazza G. Marconi, 24
86080 Roccasicura (IS)

Address of State Archive
Corso Risorgimento (Palazzo INPDAP)
86170 Isernia
Tel.: (+39)086526992 or (+39)0865412877
Fax: (+39)0865412154
Email: [email protected]

First 5 most common surnames in Roccasicura
Lombardi, Di Benedetto, Di Vito, Gioiosa, Bucci

Parish churches in Roccasicura and neighboring suburbs

S. Leonardo di LimogesRoccasicuraDiocesi di Isernia - Venafro

Go back to research locations

5 thoughts on “Roccasicura (Isernia), Family History and Genealogy

  1. My grandfather, Dominicantonio Telesprino DiMartino was born in Roccasicura, Italy in 1913. His parents were Dominico DiMartino and Filomena Ciarlone. Can you tell me about their parents and/or their other child, a daughter?

  2. Hi, im Augusto Gioiosa from Argentina. My parents came from Roccasicura to Argentina in the begginings of 1900. I want to know if there is any Gioiosa living now in Roccasicura.
    [email protected]

    1. My great, great grandmother, Domenica Gioiosa, was from Roccasicura. She left in the early 1900s and settled in upstate New York in the US.

  3. What was the name of Roccasiccura called before when the black plague or flu that killed many. I think my family said the name was Ciccunia or something like that.


    Don Colicchio

    1. It seems that the name changed several times in history, from Roccha Siconis (referred to Sico the Lombard prince of Benevento), then became Rocca Siccem, Rocca Cicuta or Ciconia. The modern name dates back to the 16th century.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

I accept the Terms and Conditions and the Privacy Policy

Scroll to top
Abruzzo Genealogy