Roseto degli Abruzzi (Teramo), Family History and Genealogy

Roseto degli Abruzzi is a municipality in the province of Teramo located at 5 meters of altitude. Roseto degli Abruzzi has 24940 inhabitants and a surface of 53,2673 square kilometers.

In 18th century Roseto belonged to the Abruzzo Ultra I province of the Kingdom of Naples and compiled the "Catasto Onciario" in 1746.

Address of Municipal Hall
Piazza della Repubblica
64026 Roseto degli Abruzzi (TE)
Website: http://www.comune.roseto.te.it

Address of State Archive
Via Cesare Battisti, 55
64100 Teramo
Tel.: (+39)0861/240891
Fax: (+39)0861/242963
Email: [email protected]

First 5 most common surnames in Roseto degli Abruzzi
Di Bonaventura, Di Marco, Ferretti, Di Sante, Marini

Parish churches in Roseto degli Abruzzi and neighboring suburbs

ChurchMunicipalitySuburbAddressDiocese
S. AnnaRoseto degli AbruzziLocalita' VoltarrostoDiocesi di Teramo - Atri
S. AntimoRoseto degli AbruzziLocalita' MontepaganoDiocesi di Teramo - Atri
S. Gabriele dell'AddolorataRoseto degli AbruzziLocalita' Cologna SpiaggiaDiocesi di Teramo - Atri
S. LuciaRoseto degli AbruzziLocalita' Santa LuciaDiocesi di Teramo - Atri
S. Maria AssuntaRoseto degli AbruzziVia NazionaleDiocesi di Teramo - Atri
S. NicolaRoseto degli AbruzziLocalita' Cologna PaeseDiocesi di Teramo - Atri
Sacro CuoreRoseto degli AbruzziPiazza Sacro CuoreDiocesi di Teramo - Atri


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3 thoughts on “Roseto degli Abruzzi (Teramo), Family History and Genealogy

  1. The records at rose to degli abruzzi do not show my grandfather being from there. Yet the ship registry from Ellis island show that he place of origin was montepagano abbruzzo. Part of the problem may be that upon arrival his name was misspelled Any suggestions

    Thank you

    1. Montepagano is the old town on the hill above modern Roseto degli Abruzzo. My in-laws came from Montepagano around 1910 before Roseto was established. The church in Montepagano has records dating back to the 1600’s of birth, baptism, marriages and deaths. Don Borghesi was the local priest ( had been for more than 20 years) last time I was there about 6 years ago, he can look through the records for you. The church is Maria Assunta.

  2. Robert

    Thank you so much for your reply. While it is unfortunate that I didn’t see your reply until now December 30,1917 over 2 years since my trip the good news is that I was successful in tracking my grandfather’ birth records. As is turns out the city government building in Roseto was able to find all of the records of my grandfathers entire family before they moved. They made copies for me and were wonderful. I found the church as well but the priest was away so I didn’t get any records there. But I connected with family still in the area

    Thanks again and happy new year

    Al DeGennaro

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