My Lost Famiy- Pulicicchio and Zaccagnini

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My Lost Famiy- Pulicicchio and Zaccagnini

Postby dlzacc » 13 Aug 2006, 08:16

Greetings all! I am new to this site and thought I'd start by asking for any information or sites which contain information on the names: Pulicicchio and Zaccagnini. I am working on geneology and have hit a dead end on some things. I do have some info already, and would like to share it with anyone who needs this, or might even be ralted! Thanks in advance
Diana Zaccagnini, Colorado, USA

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Re: My Lost Famiy- Pulicicchio and Zaccagnini

Postby mfjp » 13 Aug 2006, 09:44

Hi Diana,

Welcome to the forum...

If you have hit a dead end on some things, please feel free to reply with more details...

We can try to locate census, military, ship records... and probably more, it's up to you!

Maria

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Re: My Lost Famiy- Pulicicchio and Zaccagnini

Postby brightpixie » 27 Aug 2011, 02:37

Just read your post from 2006. I just learned that my family name, which I thought was Pulice, started as Pulicicchio. Perhaps you have found the same name change. I do not know if my grandfather had any siblings or cousins. Do know that he originally came from Italy and was probably born in Calabria.

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Re: My Lost Famiy- Pulicicchio and Zaccagnini

Postby blorelli » 27 Aug 2011, 03:25

You might try the following link, which I have found to be extremely helpful in researching ancestors from the Cosenza area of Calabria:

http://poster.beniculturali.it/poster/action.do

The name "Pulicicchio" has quite a few entries, but you might also check the variation "Policicchio", which has many more. The name "Zaccagnini" seems to be much more rare, with only 2 entries.

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Re: My Lost Famiy- Pulicicchio and Zaccagnini

Postby brightpixie » 27 Aug 2011, 03:59

Thank you so much. I will check your link. :)

Laine

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Re: My Lost Famiy- Pulicicchio and Zaccagnini

Postby famiglietti49 » 22 Jun 2016, 18:29

I have Zaccagnini in my tree although most are limited to modern entries (1950 to present) I am looking for older Zaccagnini links if anyone has a connection I would love to hear from you. My Zaccagnini's married into the D'Adezzio & Ercoli line and I am descended from there.

Thanks!

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Re: My Lost Famiy- Pulicicchio and Zaccagnini

Postby brightpixie » 23 Jun 2016, 20:33

Have pulichichio or polichichio but no zaccaginini. Sorry, not a match


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