Giuseppe Di Vittorio birth 1896, Trabia

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Giuseppe Di Vittorio birth 1896, Trabia

Postby Marlena » 19 Sep 2015, 08:05

Hello, can you tell me what is said regarding Giuseppa Gattuccio, his mother?

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/T ... ,246770501


I have marriage records for a Fernando Angelo to both Salvatora Gattuccio and a Giuseppa Gattuccio, they are sisters. This birth record does not say Fernando Angelo as the father, just Fernando.

I can't find a marriage that would be during the birth of Giuseppe.


Marriage of Salvatora Gatuccio and Fernando Angelo Di Vittorio

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/T ... ,246641901

Marriage of Giuseppa Gattuccio and Fernando Angelo Di Matteo

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/T ... ,246641901

Thank you, Marlene
Trabia, Sicily: Rinella, Campagna, Rubino, DiMatteo, Vallelunga, Gattuccio, Canciamilla, Arena, Alario, Barone, Sunseri, Trapani, Turturice Bell, Lima, Romano, Spitaleri, Cancilla,Tardio, Novello Tomasello, Sunseri Pirotto, and D'Anna.

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Re: Giuseppe Di Vittorio birth 1896, Trabia

Postby liviomoreno » 19 Sep 2015, 09:41

It says that Giuseppa Gattuccio was unmarried. The marriage took place in 1902 and Giuseppe di Vittorio was legitimized at the time of the marriage

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Re: Giuseppe Di Vittorio birth 1896, Trabia

Postby Marlena » 19 Sep 2015, 19:48

Thank you so much, this clears up the mystery!
Trabia, Sicily: Rinella, Campagna, Rubino, DiMatteo, Vallelunga, Gattuccio, Canciamilla, Arena, Alario, Barone, Sunseri, Trapani, Turturice Bell, Lima, Romano, Spitaleri, Cancilla,Tardio, Novello Tomasello, Sunseri Pirotto, and D'Anna.


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