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Italians in London

Postby anjgi » 11 Nov 2008, 08:52

I have two index references to a Luigi Carotonuto marrying someone with the surname Dimascio, or Di Mascio in Hackney in 1917, and also possibly the same man but it's written as Louis Carotonoto marrying in Islington in 1907.

I'm interested in anything anyone might have that has a reference to any Carotenuto's (or alternate spellings) in London
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Re: Italians in London

Postby PeterTimber » 11 Nov 2008, 14:27

I did a name check for Carotonuto at www.findmypast.com whichis a paying site but name checks are free and there are death indext for Luigi Salvatore carotenuto and Vincenzo Carotenuto death record 1997 and 2005 in England. There is no immediate record of Carotonuto. =Peter=

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Re: Italians in London

Postby anjgi » 11 Nov 2008, 18:33

Many thanks. Vincenzo, I do not know. But Luigi Salvatore Carotenuto was "Uncle Nick" and I talked to him literally days before he died. He is the grandson of the Luigi I am looking for.

I think the relevant Luigi would have died in the 50s in Belgium. I am given to understand he ended his days in Brussels.

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Re: Italians in London

Postby daddymuzza » 13 Nov 2008, 00:43

http://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/search.pl

also has the 1929 death of a Filomena Carotonuto in Hampstead 1929
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Re: Italians in London

Postby anjgi » 13 Nov 2008, 11:59

Thanks, yes. Filomena was the sister of my partner's mother. Filomena died when she was a baby.


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