Puma Family - Racalmuto, Sicily, Late 1700s and earlier

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Puma Family - Racalmuto, Sicily, Late 1700s and earlier

Postby rp76226 » 04 May 2011, 03:43

Want to find the birth (or baptism if birth not available), marriage, and death records of Salvatore Puma and his wife Maria Rosa Carlino who were probably born in the late 1700s. Therefore, this information is likely to be found on church records, not government records, with the possible exception of their deaths. No luck with contacting churches nor even figuring out which is the correct church out of four churches in the town. I also want to find the birth, marriage, children, and death records of their parents and grandparents. They had the following children:

- Vincenza Pagliarello Puma was born between 1809 and 1816 in Racalmuto, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy. She died on 01 Jun 1898 in Racalmuto, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy. Want her birth and marriage records.

- Gaetano Pagliarello Puma was born about 1820. He died on 26 Aug 1893 in Racalmuto, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy. Want his birth and marriage records.

- Calogero Pagliarello Puma was born on 20 Jul 1826 in Racalmuto, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy. He died on 25 Oct 1906 in Racalmuto, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy. Want his marriage record.

- Salvatrice Puma was born on 14 Jun 1830 in Racalmuto, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy. She died on 09 Oct 1896 in Racalmuto, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy. Want her marriage record.

- Maria Concetta Puma was born on 02 Feb 1835 in Racalmuto, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy. Want her birth, marriage, children, and death record

- Salvadore Puma was born on 14 Sep 1837 in Racalmuto, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy. Want his birth, marriage, children, and death records.

The Pagliarello name appears with the Puma name off and on down several generations. Pagliarello is a legitimate last name in its own right. I haven't figured out the connection involved in its usage.

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