Antenati Citation Builder

Use the form below to create a WikiTree source citation for a record found on for Italian records.
(Scroll to bottom of page for help links.)
Last update: 12 August 2022


  1. Fill out the coloured sections of the form below.
  2. Click the Compile Citation button to assemble the pieces together into one REF citation /REF chunk of text.
  3. Click the Copy Citation button to copy the reference to your clipboard. (May need to scroll down)
  4. Paste the citation into the WikiTree profile you are currently editing.
The Antenati Record
Record URL: (Copy and paste the entire URL into the text box below.)
This info will be used to assemble the appropriate citation.

Person(s) name: (Enter Bride & Groom for a Matrimonio record, otherwise, just a single person's full name.
Year :
Atto # :
Image # : (Enter image # only - OR - N of M (e.g. 7 of 19) if desired.
Location Descriptor :
(Choose WHERE on the image the record begins, to help others locate it easily. OR ... leave it blank by choosing ---
Info from Antenati website
This information should load automatically, but if it does not, you can fill it in by hand.
Record Type:
BONUS INFO (optional)
Final Note/

Note: In some browsers, you can resize this textbox by dragging on bottom right corner downwards.

Check this box to replace new line characters (when you hit ENTER) in Final Note with <br/> code
This will force WikiTree to respect the new line formatting of your transcription.
(Useful for lists, e.g. census data)
Simple Ref Named Ref No Ref tags


See example of a WikiTree profile using citations built with the Antenati Citation Builder.

See a demo of how to use this app on YouTube.

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YouTube demo: How to setup and use this Bookmarklet for maximum fun !