Turelli/Lunardi families Giuncugnano, Lucca, Tuscany

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Turelli/Lunardi families Giuncugnano, Lucca, Tuscany

Postby Pucci » 11 Aug 2008, 07:12

I am looking for information on the Turelli family? Maria Turelli lived in Giuncugnano, Prov. of Lucca in the early part of the 1900s and had married into the Lunardi family sometime before that. However, other than that I know nothing of her previous life, or family, or where they came from. I would be grateful for any information.
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Re: Turelli/Lunardi families Giuncugnano, Lucca, Tuscany

Postby PeterTimber » 11 Aug 2008, 13:00

There is microfilmof the civil records for Giuncugnano,Postale 55030, (LU), Toscana at your nearest Mormon family history li brary (www.familysearch.org) for the years 1866 to 1899. Copies can me made using the library facilities and the cost is minimal ($5.00). You can trace both families and shoujld you want to research earlier records the Library may also have micorfilm of the parish church(s) as well. =Peter=

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Re: Turelli/Lunardi families Giuncugnano, Lucca, Tuscany

Postby Pucci » 15 Aug 2008, 03:59

Thank you, Peter. Much appreciated.
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Re: Turelli/Lunardi families Giuncugnano, Lucca, Tuscany

Postby Claub » 07 Oct 2008, 21:46

Hello Pucci,

I have in my database Lunardi Rosa (1877-1960) who maried Nobili Antonio, born in 1859 at Ponteccio di Giuncugnano.
If you are interest, let me know.

Claude

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Re: Turelli/Lunardi families Giuncugnano, Lucca, Tuscany

Postby Pucci » 25 Oct 2008, 07:48

Claub wrote:Hello Pucci,

I have in my database Lunardi Rosa (1877-1960) who maried Nobili Antonio, born in 1859 at Ponteccio di Giuncugnano.
If you are interest, let me know.

Claude


Dear Claude:
I have only just seen your post and am delighted to hear from you. My great-grandfather was Giovanni Lunardi of Giuncugnano, who married Maria Turelli (don't have dates). They had eight children from the beginning of the 1900s, and from the date you have given me for Rosa Lunardi, it is entirely possible that she could have been Giovanni's sister (although I am only guessing at this stage).
If you have anything else, I would be very grateful to receive it.
With kind regards.

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Re: Turelli/Lunardi families Giuncugnano, Lucca, Tuscany

Postby Claub » 26 Oct 2008, 15:59

Hello Pucci,

I only know descendents of Rosa Lunardi and Antonio Nobili (Augusto 1898 - ?; Anna 1900 - 1979; Settimo 1909 - 1977; Ottavia 1909 - ?; Francesca; Ada; Maria; Dina who moved to USA).

I know Silvana Lunardi, living in Giuncugnano and I shall try to have more informations for you.

Do you speak italian?

Who are you?

Regards,

Claude

P.S. Excuse my english

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Re: Turelli/Lunardi families Giuncugnano, Lucca, Tuscany

Postby dari » 19 Jan 2009, 02:30

I would like to hear from anyone who has information of an Anna Lunardi who married a Pelligrino Fontanini and lived in the Giuncugnano area, maybe in the village of Magliano.
They were the parents of my grandfather Germano Fontanini, his siblings were Archimedes, Dominica, Enrico and Isidoro.
I believe they both died around about 1900 or earlier.
I know nothing more about them.
My grandfather & his brother Archimedes emigrated to Australia in 1904-06.

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Re: Turelli/Lunardi families Giuncugnano, Lucca, Tuscany

Postby PeterTimber » 19 Jan 2009, 06:07

Giuncugnano is the Comune in which the "frazione" (neighborhood, or suburb absorbed by Giucugnano) Magliano.

Further you can go to www.nonsolocap.it and put in Giuncugnano and click on the name when it comes up and then scroll down to the Municipio address in order to request whatever document you may wish for Births,marriages and deaths from 1866 to 1899.

Further you can obtain these same records on microfilm at your nearest Mormon FHLibrary (www.familysearch.org for location) by renting for about $5.00 and bring along a book Discovering Your Italian ancestors by Lynn Nelson

If you wish to order documents which are free of charge you can send form letter in Italian..www.angelfire.com/ok3/pearlsofwisdom/italian-form-letters.html =Peter=
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Re: Turelli/Lunardi families Giuncugnano, Lucca, Tuscany

Postby liviomoreno » 19 Jan 2009, 07:18

PeterTimber wrote:....

Further you can obtain these same records on microfilm at your nearest Mormon FHLibrary (www.familyresearch.org for location) ...


Not www.familyresearch.org but www.familysearch.org

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Re: Turelli/Lunardi families Giuncugnano, Lucca, Tuscany

Postby PeterTimber » 19 Jan 2009, 07:26

Livio do you need glasses or something..See what address I put in!! =Peter=
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Re: Turelli/Lunardi families Giuncugnano, Lucca, Tuscany

Postby liviomoreno » 19 Jan 2009, 07:35

PeterTimber wrote:Livio do you need glasses or something..See what address I put in!! =Peter=


After your editing the address is correct :lol:

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Re: Turelli/Lunardi families Giuncugnano, Lucca, Tuscany

Postby wldspirit » 19 Jan 2009, 21:21

Peter I have sent you a pm...... :D
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