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My list of names from northern Itlay

Postby danovi1952 » 11 Jul 2004, 20:37

The spelling may vary but the names are all from the Bassigana, Alessandria area, Milesimo & Fiondi too. Hope my spelling is good.
Capeletti, Cappelletti, Danovi, Acatini, Vescovi, Piano, Toso, Conesse, Masserano, Delfino.
Hopefully one of these names matches someone out there.
Thanks, Mike & Joyce Danovi
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Re: My list of names from northern Itlay

Postby suanj » 11 Jul 2004, 22:01

danovi1952 wrote:The spelling may vary but the names are all from the Bassigana, Alessandria area, Milesimo & Fiondi too. Hope my spelling is good.
Capeletti, Cappelletti, Danovi, Acatini, Vescovi, Piano, Toso, Conesse, Masserano, Delfino.
Hopefully one of these names matches someone out there.
Thanks, Mike & Joyce Danovi


Capeletti=just
Cappelletti=just
Danovi=just
Vescovi=just
Piano=just
Toso=just
towns: MiLLesimo just, Fiondi just..
..Acatini and Conesse...?
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Re: My list of names from northern Itlay

Postby danovi1952 » 11 Jul 2004, 22:14

Pardon my question :oops: but what does 'just' mean after the names in my query?
Most of the surnames came to the US in the early 1900's and came to Memphis, Tennessee. My husband is the 2nd generation american.
I have found the Piano's in Ellis Island but have been told the others came to New Orleans, LA.
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Re: My list of names from northern Itlay

Postby ptimber » 11 Jul 2004, 23:12

Suanj is saying they are correct and not mispelled!. If you are looking for anyone connected to these surnames then go to www.google.com and insert the surname int he title with the word Genealogy alongside so anybody doing any research on any of the surnames (one by one of course) will show up. Peter
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Re: My list of names from northern Itlay

Postby suanj » 12 Jul 2004, 07:46

danovi1952 wrote:Pardon my question :oops: but what does 'just' mean after the names in my query?
Most of the surnames came to the US in the early 1900's and came to Memphis, Tennessee. My husband is the 2nd generation american.
I have found the Piano's in Ellis Island but have been told the others came to New Orleans, LA.
Thanks
Joyce

Hi, just means exact spelling of this surname in Italy -Alessandria area.. sorry..perhaps not understood your topic
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