Casacalenda, DiLalla,Marzitelli,DiImperio,Gianmaria,Vincelli

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Casacalenda, DiLalla,Marzitelli,DiImperio,Gianmaria,Vincelli

Postby edilalla » 05 Apr 2004, 21:51

I'm a new member to the website I am looking for anyone members who have ties to the Molise, Campobasso, Casacalenda area and or the above surnames.. Looking to share any and all reseach that I have done. Look forward to working on the site.

Nicola diLalla married Maria Gaetona diImperio--
Domenico Antonio diLalla (b 12.27.1832)

Domenico Antonio diLalla (b 12.27.1832)married Angela Maria Marzitelli
Guiseppe Antonio diLalla (b 9.15.1856)
Nicola Maria diLalla (b 5.16.1859) married Lucia Castrataro (10.13.1880)
Francesco Antonio diLalla (b 3.5.1862)

Francesco Antonio diLalla (b 3.5.1862) married Maria Carmela Gianmaria (11.10.1888)
Domenico diLalla (b 1.10.1896)married Guiseppino DeStafano

Il Sindaco (mayor) Luigi Vincelli (circa1832) Vincelli cousins??

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Re: Casacalenda, DiLalla,Marzitelli,DiImperio,Gianmaria,Vinc

Postby suanj » 07 Apr 2004, 19:14

edilalla wrote:I'm a new member to the website I am looking for anyone members who have ties to the Molise, Campobasso, Casacalenda area and or the above surnames.. Looking to share any and all reseach that I have done. Look forward to working on the site.

Nicola diLalla married Maria Gaetona diImperio--
Domenico Antonio diLalla (b 12.27.1832)

Domenico Antonio diLalla (b 12.27.1832)married Angela Maria Marzitelli
Guiseppe Antonio diLalla (b 9.15.1856)
Nicola Maria diLalla (b 5.16.1859) married Lucia Castrataro (10.13.1880)
Francesco Antonio diLalla (b 3.5.1862)

Francesco Antonio diLalla (b 3.5.1862) married Maria Carmela Gianmaria (11.10.1888)
Domenico diLalla (b 1.10.1896)married Guiseppino DeStafano

Il Sindaco (mayor) Luigi Vincelli (circa1832) Vincelli cousins??


Hi, surnames exact spelling: Di Lalla, D'Imperio, Marzitelli, Castrataro, De Stefano or Di Stefano, Giammaria, Vincelli...
Currently in Casacalenda are: Di Lalla, D'Imperio, Di Stefano, Giammaria, Vincelli; not are Castrataro, the Castrataro persons are in others Molise's Common..
regards, suanj

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Postby Essgee » 13 Apr 2004, 19:23

HI....

Been a while but think we have been in touch before.....my ancestors from Casacalenda as well. Some Vincelli's in the family and some of the Miozza cousins married into the Di Lalla line.

Still have all the birth records from 1809-1900 on permanent loan as well as death records thru 1835....in case you need additional information. Let me know if I can help.

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Re: Casacalenda, Vincelli

Postby DonnaMariaL » 27 Mar 2011, 14:59

Hi,
I just recently found out my mother was adopted. She was the 4th child born to Maria Vincelli in 1944 in the Larino area. Maria had 3 other children with her husband (I don't know his name, only surname Vincelli, and I don't know Maria's maiden name) who was killed in a hunting accident. Maria and a prominent Obstetrician/Gynecologist Doctor Francesco "don Ciccio" Ricci who she worked for had a relationship and got pregnant with my mother, who was put up for adoption at birth because Maria died during childbirth. The Dr. apparently was 71 years old when he fathered my mother. We assume he had his own family with grown children at the time, but not sure if his spouse was deceased at the time of this union between him and Maria. We have some info on him thru research my brother has been doing with records depts. in Italy. Apparently the Ricci family in the Casacalenda/Campobasso area is still a very affluent family and they own Villa Borzillo near Rome which is an upscale catering hall. I am curious to know if anyone is familiar with anything about Maria or Francesco. It seems we have more info on him. My mother did meet her half siblings once when they went to Bonefor to meet her as a young girl of 9 or 10 years old, and they were in the 17-19 year old range. Because my mother was so young she had no way to keep in contact with them, and frankly her adoptive mother probably didn't want them to have contact for fear of them "taking her away" as she told me.


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