Olá. Estou reunindo a documentação para a cidadania italiana, e está faltando apenas a Certidão de Nascimento de meu avô Jacomo.
Meu bisavô Mauro Gianni e a esposa Regina Potenza, chegaram ao Brasil em 1901. Localizei a certidão de casamento do meu avô, onde o sobrenome foi alterado para Jane, e continha a indicação de que ele tinha nascido em Limeira-SP, mas o Cartório de Limeira realizou busca e não localizou.
Meu bisavô teve uma filha, nascida também no Brasil, antes de meu avô, chamada Rosa, que nasceu em Corumbatai-SP, mas foi registrada em Itirapina-SP. Também colocaram o sobrenome errado nela: James. Então, meu avô virou Jacomo Jane e a irmão virou Rosa James. Os cartórios de antigamente ajudaram a aumentar a confusão.
Se alguém tiver alguma informação que possa ajudar, agradeço muito.
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