Frediani Family, Valdottavo, Lucca

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Frediani Family, Valdottavo, Lucca

Postby simon_liverpool » 09 Jan 2003, 01:51

Ciao, I am looking for any details on ancestors - the frediani family - from Valdottavo, Lucca. Names we already have include Davino, Guiseppe, Stefano Ricardo, Carmilinda and Evisina. Looking to make a visit to the area in March/April. Grateful for any information on the family. Grazie <BR>
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Frediani Family, Valdottavo, Lucca

Postby ptimber » 09 Jan 2003, 02:05

reviuew the www.paginebianche.it directory for names in the town. Insert names in first line and town in thrid line and click cerca. The listing of names,addresses and telephone numbers will show up if they reside in the town. You can take it from there. Peter
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Re: Frediani Family, Valdottavo, Lucca

Postby glyngian » 02 May 2013, 14:30

Hi Simon,
Seems like 10 years since you posted. Anyway I think the Frediani's and Gianelli's go back a long way together. They came from very near areas of Italy and must have arrived in Liverpool both, around 1870. They set up fish and chip shops just around the corner from each other off Christian Street. It looks like intermarriage took place more than once and my grandmother was I think Madeline Frediani. My father Joseph stayed at Valdottavo during the war as he travelled up Italy with the 8th Army. So I assume he was staying with his mother's relatives?
Let me know if you have had any luck with your research and perhaps we can pool our resources?
All the Best
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Re: Frediani Family, Valdottavo, Lucca

Postby pink67 » 04 May 2013, 11:59

Hi,

Valdottavo is an hamelt/fraction of Borgo a Mozzano, you can find civil registrations free on these sites:

https://familysearch.org/search/image/i ... %3D2043811

http://www.antenati.san.beniculturali.i ... +italiano/

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