"BOOK ABOUT BENEVENTO SURNAME AND FAMILIES"

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"BOOK ABOUT BENEVENTO SURNAME AND FAMILIES"

Postby luigifallarino » 10 Mar 2009, 08:48

TO ALL BENEVENTO CITIZENS
"BOOK ABOUT BENEVENTO SURNAME AND FAMILIES"

We'd like to inform the whole Community of Benevento that, after long
archivistic researches, the undersigned fellow citizen inhabitaing Milan, Luigi
Fallarino, genealogist research, is working on a research project
regarding the origins of some surnames and familiar stocks of Benevento, that
will end up with the publishing of a book aiming on being some sort of storic
and cultural memory of our city.
To EVERY SINGLE BENEVENTO'S FAMILY will be dedicated a specific chapter of the
book where will get place family trees, informations and photographies
related to the story of their own family stocks and their surname.

It comes needed,therefore, the contribution of the Citizens interested,by communicating
to the Author of the book the crucially important informations for the
realizations of the same publication.
Your very precious contribution should consist mainly in SENDING to the Author
old LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHIES and mostly ANCESTORS AND RELATED
PHOTOGRAFIES in your possession(datable between the Nineteenth century and the 50s-60s
of the Twentienth) to the following e-mail addresses:
luigige2006@libero.it
gixio1@yahoo.it
For those interested in partecipating the project but lacking informatic support,
you can send the matherial to the address:
Luigi Fallarino
Via Arezzo, 8/4
20162 Milano (MI)
Italia

I'm sure of the consistent and true partecipation of you all to this project!

Surname of the Benevento families involved in the research:

Fallarino, Ascione, Vicario, Penna, Altieri, Amore (D’Amore), Anzoino (Anzovino, Anzuino), Aquino (D’Aquino), Aversano, Babuscio, Bergantino, Bocchini (Bocchino), Boscaino, Bozzi (Bozzo), Bruno, Buonopane, Caccavaio, Calandrelli (Calandriello), Calandro, Campanella (Campaniello, Campanello), Cancellieri, Capobianco, Caporaso, Carolla, Caruso, Castaldi (Castaldo), Castiello, Cavuoto, Chiusolo, Cifiello, Cillo, Ciullo, Civetta, Collarile, Corona, D’Afflitto,
D’Argenio, D’Arienzo (De Rienzo), De Blasio, De Caro, De Ioanna, De Luca, De Luisi, De Nicola,
De Nigro (De Nigris), De Rosa, De Stasio, De Tata, De Vita, Del Ninno, Delli Carri, Dello Iacovo, Di Dio, D’Itria (D’Idria, Itrio), D’Onofrio, Farese, Ferrara (Ferrari, Ferraro), Fiore, Forgione, Formato, Fragnito, Frangiosa (Francione, Frangione), Fucci, Fuccillo, Furno, Fusco, Gagliardi (Gagliardo), Gallucci, Gentile, Giordano, Gramazio, Guarriello, Iadarola, Iannace (Iannazzo), Iele, Ievolella, Impronta, Infantino, Intorcia, Iovino, Izzo, Lamparelli (Lampariello), Leo, Lepore, Majale (Maione, Maio), Mandato (Mannato), Marino, Martignetti, Mazzone, Mennitto, Mercurio, Micco, Mignone, Mottola, Mucci (Muccio), Napoletano (Napolitano), Oliva, Orlando, Palmieri, Palumbo (Palummo), Pastore, Pepe, Quatraro, Ricci, Ricciardi, Romano, Rosiello, Russo, Salierno, Santoro, Saracino (Sarracino), Serino, Sferruzzi, Silvestri, Tarantino, Tarno, Tascione, Tiseo, Tomaciello, Travaglione, Tresca, Tretola, Ucci, Varricchio, Velardi (Velardo), Verdino, Viola, Voccola, Volpe, Zeoli (Zeuli), Zoino, Zollo.
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Re: "BOOK ABOUT BENEVENTO SURNAME AND FAMILIES"

Postby Andy » 10 Sep 2013, 21:00

Hi,
I have just read this post and wondered if you only covered the inhabitants of
Benevento, or the surrounding villages also.
I am researching the name Lamparelli from Casalbore.
Thank you.

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