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THE SWISS ARCHIVES

OF THE 'ENGLISH' CEMETERY

1827-1877


Burial Registers

19/1/1828-28/1/1844
'Registre des Morts ensevelis/ Dans/ Le Cimetierre de l'Eglise/ Evangelique-Reformée de Florence/ De 1828 à fin 1843/ (Tous renviront par Jésus Christ)'. Thick damaged paper cover, now conserved within marbled paper cover. Archivio: 'REGISTRI/ ANAGRAFI/ IX A5/1' Diplomatically transcribed.


    


1844-1871
On blue leather spine, 'Registre des Morts', with green marbled paper covers. Frontispiece printed 'EGLISE ÉVANGELIQUE REFORMÉE/ DE FLORENCE/ - / RÉGISTRE DES MORTS/ -  (printed)/ N° 1./ 1844 à la fin de 1871/ Heureuz ceux qui meurent au Seigneur, oui, pour certain, dit/ l'Esprit, car ils se reposent de leurs traveaux et leurs oeuvre les suivent/ Apoc. XIV.13 (handwritten).
Burial Register, printed and handwritten in French. These give the name of the deceased, his/her profession, his/her Canton, his/her father's name and hi/her mother's maiden name, thus enabling female genealogical research as well as male. Their information is entered into the Belle Arti schedatura of the tombs by sectors.
Archivio: 'REGISTRI/ ANAGRAFI/ IX A5/2'

   

1872-1875
Brown-red-black marbled paper covers, vellum spine 'Registres/des/Morts/-/II'. Frontispiece, 'EGLISE ÉVANGELIQUE REFORMÉE/ DE FLORENCE (printed) N° 2 (hand-written)/ RÉGISTRE DES MORTS (printed)/ De 1872 à 1875/
Heureuz ceux qui meurent au Seigneur, oui, pour certain, dit/ l'Esprit, car ils se reposent de leurs traveaux et leurs oeuvre les suivent/ Apoc. XIV.13/ -' (handwritten). Burial Register, printed and handwritten in French. These give the name of the deceased, profession, Canton, father's name and mother's maiden name, thus enabling female genealogical research as well as male. Their information is entered into the Belle Arti schedatura of the tombs by sectors. Archivio: 'REGISTRI/ ANAGRAFI/ IX A5/3'

   

The Register for the years 1875-1877 is lost, perhaps in the 1966 Flood.



Burial Account Registers

1/5/1829-1868
'Comptes courantes/ - / 1834', on diamond shaped label on white paper, ornamental edge, hand-written below printed, cancelled with green flourishes 'Caise du Cimitiere'. Brown-gold marbled paper covers


   

1829-12/1851
'QUARDERNO/ d'Entrata e Uscita/ per la Tumulazione dei/ Cadaveri nel Cimitero dei/ Protestanti fuori la Porta a/ Pinti/ Firenze'
(handwritten on label printed with skull and two mourning figures flanking a tomb, pasted on black cover). Burial accounts in Italian.



1852-1877
'Comptes cimitieres/ 1852-1877
'. Brown-red marbled paper covers, hand-written white label bordered with four blue bands in descending widths. Burial accounts in French.

   


The more complete Burial Account Registers


3/3/1852-12/7/1859
'Registre/ des Sepultures/ avec detail des frais/ du Cimitiere des Protestants/ situé/ hors la Porta Pinti/ Florence'. Handwritten on label shaped like a tomb. Black cover damaged in 1966 Flood, pages handwritten generally in French giving complete careful accounting of costs for burials. Burial accounts in French.

   

16/7/1859-22/6/1865
'Registres des Sepultures' (blind-stamped on black leather, 1966 flood-damaged cover). Pages handwritten in French giving complete careful accounting of costs for burials.

         

   

10/9/1863-21/5/1864
'Scartafoglia, N°. 1/ - /Commencé le 10 Septembre 1863' (hand-written). Thick white paper covers. Burial acounts in French.

   
    
12/8/1864-29/1/1869
'Premieres Notes/ des Inscriptions des Sepultures/ aux Cimitieres Evangelique Réformé/ Commencé le 12 Aout au 19 7bre 1864/ Interrompu dès cette derniere date/ e recommencé le 1r Mars 1865' (hand-written). Thick white paper covers. Burial accounts in French.


   
   
22/12/1867-30/12/1870
'N°' (hand-written) Grey-brown paper covers, torn. Burial accounts in French.


   

6/7/1865-31/12/1870
'Registres des Sepultures' (blind-stamped on black leather, 1966 flood-damaged cover). Pages handwritten in French giving complete careful accounting of costs for burials.

   

9/9/1870-22/10/1872
'Notes volantes/ par qui de droit/ en l'absence/ de Mr L . . . specteur du Cimitiere/ commencé le 9 septembre 1870'. Handwritten on white label bordered with blue-green design pasted onto grey-brown paper. Water-damaged cover, 7 pages filled in with burial expenses in French.

   

1871-1875
'Frais de Sepultures/ 1871-1875'. Handwritten on white label with blue ornamental border, pasted on brown marbled paper covers, water damage, pages handwritten in French giving complete careful accounting of costs for burials.
 

   

Again, the records for 1875-1877 are lost.


Receipts for payments


8/1/1852-11/1/1862
'Quittances/ Concernant/ l'Administration/ du/ Cimitière des Protestants/ de/ Florence'. Bundle of Receipts threaded between black-edged boards, numbered 1-500, in Italian. These give complete details of who paid whom, grave-digger costs, etc.

   
Cover                                                                          Receipt for Burial: Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Final Catalogues

1828-1873

[Without Title]. In black, water-damaged covers. List of burials in temporal order from 17/1/1828 through 13/9/1873, compiled when it was known that the Cemetery was to be closed.
In Italian.

       


1828-1877
'REGISTRO ALFABETICO/ DELLE PERSONE TUMULATE/ NEL/ CIMITERO DI PINTI'. Alphabetical register handwritten in Italian at the closure of the Swiss-owned Cemetery in 1877. Cover has been restored and carefully bound in leather.

   

1867-1870
The letters between Inginiere Pietro Garzoni, Pastore Gustave Dalgas and Architetto Giuseppe Poggi concerning the new landscaping and restructuring of the 'English' Cemetery and its hill, to be an oval instead of a square, and to be open to sight within an iron railing instead of as walled around with stone.

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These Archives are being digitized by the Archivio di Stato di Firenze. This documentation is to be shared with SDIAF (
Sistema Documentario Integrato dell'Area Fiorentina), of which we are a member.


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=Classics, Greek, Latin, Medieval Latin, Modern Languages: French, Provencal, Italian, || Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Dictionaries || Grammars, Handbooks on Style || Florence's Political Theologians: Don Giulio Facibeni, Giorgio La Pira, Fioretta Mazzei, Pietro Parigi, Don Lorenzo Milani, Giannozzo Pucci, Amicizia Ebraico-Cristiana, Rom || 'English' Cemetery || MLA International Bibliography
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