Miolano or Plano

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Miolano or Plano

Postby lptafe » 10 Jan 2010, 11:40

I am looking for the family name Miolano or Plano in the Piemonte region.
Do you know people with those last names?
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Re: Miolano or Plano

Postby johnnyonthespot » 10 Jan 2010, 12:07

lptafe wrote:I am looking for the family name Miolano or Plano in the Piemonte region.
Do you know people with those last names?
Linda
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You can use this mapping tool to see where those names are present in modern Italy. You can also look up current residents using the Italian telephone directory.

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Re: Miolano or Plano

Postby Grayce » 09 May 2010, 23:31

There are many people with the Plano last name in Venaus, Italy. It is in Piemonte, north of Susa which is north of Torino. Venaus is in the news as the little town fighting back against an elevated train going overhead and through a mountain into France.


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