RICORDINO Elisabeth(a)

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RICORDINO Elisabeth(a)

Postby hubaeck » 06 Aug 2014, 18:28

Buena Sera from Belgio (Belgium), bella Italia! :-)

Scuzzi, no parlano italiano. :-(

I am in search for a woman named Elisabeth RICORDINO (maybe different spelling).
She was married to one of my ancestors Claude Benoit FAVIER.
They had a son: Jean FAVIER, born in Naples (NAPOLI) on september 29, 1807.

I do not have any other information about Elisabeth Ricordino (except that she was missing since at least 10 years in 1832 in France).
Anyone inhere who could help me any further with information about her, please?

Grazie mile in advance. :-)

Hugo.

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Re: RICORDINO Elisabeth(a)

Postby PeterTimber » 20 Aug 2014, 06:16

FAVIER is found in 2 places in Sicily and 3 places in central and northern Italy. If you go to www.paginebian che.it and put in FAVIER on the left and Italy on the right you may get the listings of the villages, towns or cities in which the surname FAVIER is located.
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Re: RICORDINO Elisabeth(a)

Postby PeterTimber » 20 Aug 2014, 06:22

I did a quick check and found that there are 3 people named Favier in BRESCIA, Italy and 2 other Favier in VILLA DI TIRANO. Go to www.paginebianche.it and put in FAVIER on the left side and ITALY on the right side for the 5 listings by name, address and telephone numbers as well as maps. You may wish to call or write them to inquire about the family name Favier
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Re: RICORDINO Elisabeth(a)

Postby PeterTimber » 20 Aug 2014, 06:24

Posrtscript: You may wish to send a form letter to them as potential relatives at
www.initaly.com/gene/mem/letter1.htm
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Re: RICORDINO Elisabeth(a)

Postby hubaeck » 07 Sep 2015, 12:30

Thank you very much, Peter!
Sorry for replying that late as I just discovered your answers.

I'll try to contact them and will keep you posted.

Thanks again, Peter! :-)
Have a great day! :-)

P.S. Yonkers? Wow! Then you sure heard about Leo Hendrik Baekeland (Bakelite), right? He lived there! He's part of my family tree. :-)
My name is Hugo Baeckeland.

P.S. 2: This time, I checked the 'Notify me when a reply is posted'. :-)


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