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Calautti and Fazzolari familis

Postby Herminia » 09 Nov 2004, 19:49

:lol: My name is Herminia. I would like to know if somebody have done any research on the Calautti family. They lived in the town of Mammolla Reggio de Calabria. I am also looking for the Fazzolari family.


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Postby nancys » 27 Jan 2005, 01:09

:D my grandfather, domenic was from calabria

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Postby ptimber » 27 Jan 2005, 01:31

go to www.google.com and insert the surname and the word genealogy and the town name in the title and this will give you who has rfesearched the name(s) you are seeking. Peter

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Postby ptimber » 27 Jan 2005, 03:57

You can get all the records for Mammola from 1809 to 1865 which are onmicorfilm at the nearest Family History Library of the Mormo n church for all births,marriages and deaths so you can research everybody in one shot!! Peter

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Postby Julo » 04 Apr 2006, 02:29

Herminia wrote::lol: My name is Herminia. I would like to know if somebody have done any research on the Calautti family. They lived in the town of Mammolla Reggio de Calabria. I am also looking for the Fazzolari family.


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Calautti is not a common last name in Italy outside of the area in the province of Reggio Calabria and particularly in the ionian east coast towns of Mammola, Canolo, Siderno, Agnana, Gioiosa. So the name itself is pretty much autochthonous and implies a greek root (Kala = good in greek) In the area where these towns are situated still you can find a few greek temple ruins (Caulonia, Locri) dating back to the eigth century B.C. erected by the greeks sailing westward.

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Postby nuccia » 13 May 2006, 05:36

Julo wrote:
Herminia wrote::lol: My name is Herminia. I would like to know if somebody have done any research on the Calautti family. They lived in the town of Mammolla Reggio de Calabria. I am also looking for the Fazzolari family.


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Calautti is not a common last name in Italy outside of the area in the province of Reggio Calabria and particularly in the ionian east coast towns of Mammola, Canolo, Siderno, Agnana, Gioiosa. So the name itself is pretty much autochthonous and implies a greek root (Kala = good in greek) In the area where these towns are situated still you can find a few greek temple ruins (Caulonia, Locri) dating back to the eigth century B.C. erected by the greeks sailing westward.


Julo,

If you don't find me asking, do you live in Italy or the USA?

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Re: Calautti and Fazzolari familis

Postby Julo » 18 May 2006, 09:17

nuccia wrote:
Julo wrote:
Herminia wrote::lol: My name is Herminia. I would like to know if somebody have done any research on the Calautti family. They lived in the town of Mammolla Reggio de Calabria. I am also looking for the Fazzolari family.


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Calautti is not a common last name in Italy outside of the area in the province of Reggio Calabria and particularly in the ionian east coast towns of Mammola, Canolo, Siderno, Agnana, Gioiosa. So the name itself is pretty much autochthonous and implies a greek root (Kala = good in greek) In the area where these towns are situated still you can find a few greek temple ruins (Caulonia, Locri) dating back to the eigth century B.C. erected by the greeks sailing westward.


Julo,

If you don't find me asking, do you live in Italy or the USA?

Nuccia

Mostly in the USA :D but I was born and raised in Calabria. You ?

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Postby nuccia » 18 May 2006, 15:20

Hi Julo,

I'm in Toronto but my family is from Locri..I believe my grandmother was born in Mammola. I lived in Yonkers New York for a while many years ago.

Have you done much research on your family? I'd love to hear from you. Email me at nuccia.salvati@gmail.com.

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Postby arbruz » 10 Oct 2006, 03:28

hello i am french
my parents are from mammola too
my father bruzzese
my mother fazzollari annunziata la chiusa mammola

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Postby nuccia » 18 Oct 2006, 22:05

Hi arbruz..and Herminia,

I have just ordered the films for Mammola..not all of them yet but a few specific years to try and locate my grandmother...

If you like, email me your info and I will try to find something out for you.

I jsut wanted you both to know that I have both the Fazzollari, and Bruzzese surnames in my tree but not sure how they all fit together yet. I do know a few Fazzollari families here in Canada though.

My main search would be the Fudas and the Angillettas.

Look forward to hearing from you both.

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Re: Calautti and Fazzolari familis

Postby joao_lee » 08 Nov 2015, 00:54

Helloe everyone,

It`s benn a long time since the last post, but it's never too late.
Im João and im live in Brazil, my mothers familys name is Fazzolari as well.
I believe that there is only one Fazzolari family in Brazil, the first one to migrate from Mammola to São Paulo (Brazil) was Giuseppe Domenico Fazzolari (aka Domingos Fazzolari), son of Antonio and Giussepa Cataldo.
Im trying to traceback my family line so, if anyone has researched the Fazzolari family and has founded Giuseppe, Antonio or Giussepa Cataldo records, please let me know.

Regards :D


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