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Gaggini/Pierotti

Postby JPierotti » 16 Jan 2011, 22:10

Hi My name is Jayne Pierotti and i am trying to find out who my grandads parents were as my father Brian George Pierotti seems to have no recollection of who they were my grand father was ( Adolfo ) George Pierotti and he had brother Guiseppe,Fedrick and Did he also had three sister from what we know who were Nancy,Patricia and Victoria it also seems that a Guiseppe and Luigi are connected if any one has any info that could help it would be very much appriciated
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Re: Gaggini/Pierotti

Postby vj » 16 Jan 2011, 22:50

Jayne
Welcome to the Forum!
Where did your grandparents live?
Were they in the UK?
Have your found any records? (census, military registration, etc)
What was your grandfather's, (Adolfo) George Pierotti, wife's name?
Do you have any birth, marriage or death dates or records?
Thanks, Valarie
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This may help

from ancestry. com

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Name: Adolfo G Pierotti
Year of Registration: 1914
Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun
Mother's Maiden Name: Casemore
District: Coventry
County: Warwickshire, West Midlands
Volume: 6d
Page: 1448

Adolfo's brother and sisters?

Name: Iratalina A Pierotti Year of Registration: 1912 Quarter of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar Mother's Maiden Name: Casemore District: Coventry County: Warwickshire, West Midlands Volume: 6d Page: 1106

Name: Natalina Pierotti Year of Registration: 1913 Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun Mother's Maiden Name: Casemore District: Coventry County: Warwickshire, West Midlands Volume: 6d Page: 1470

Name: Frederick Pierotti Mother's Maiden Surname: Casemore Date of Registration: Apr May Jun 1916 Registration district: Coventry Registration County: Warwickshire Volume Number: 6d Page Number: 1300
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About England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915

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Re: Gaggini/Pierotti

Postby JPierotti » 17 Jan 2011, 19:54

Hi there my grandfather was Adolfo Pierotti ( we never called him that he was known as george ) and his wife was called Edith Sterland ( my grandma) i have not been able to find any military history which i would love to find out about because he never talked about it i have acess to ancestry.co.uk but i ma struggling to find anything anything else that you have would be of a great help many thanks

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