Noble family Astalli - Rome 18th Century

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Noble family Astalli - Rome 18th Century

Postby Reggio » 15 Mar 2004, 14:21

I am trying to find information regarding the family of the last marchesi Astalli during the first half of the 18th century. I believe he had two daughters, Laura, Prudenza. I would like to find more details.

Grazie molto,
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Postby ptimber » 18 May 2004, 09:08

Go to www.romeartlover.it/vasi195.htm#astalli which may shed some light. Go to www.google.com for additional research. Peter
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Re: Noble family Astalli - Rome 18th Century

Postby suanj » 18 May 2004, 10:51

Reggio wrote:I am trying to find information regarding the family of the last marchesi Astalli during the first half of the 18th century. I believe he had two daughters, Laura, Prudenza. I would like to find more details.

Grazie molto,

Hi: I've read that: The noble Astalli family she is extinguished, for lack of descendants males, and Astalli's women are met in noble Theodoli family .. this new, means that Astalli womens married Theodoli men..the Theodoli family living in Rome and in Sambuci (Rome province) and sure was an Girolamo Theodoli around 1878, and an son Alberto Theodoli around 1940, and Nicolò Theodoli around 1960.. In Sambuci ancient Theodoli's residence it was sold and in 1991 it was acquired from Sambuci Common.. if you know aproximative year of Birth , of Laura and Prudenza, for your question you can to write to Rome Common and Sambuci Common..regards, suanj
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