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Salvatore Ianniello morti

Postby oilman19 » 01 Jul 2010, 19:58

http://img594.imageshack.us/img594/2817 ... edeath.jpg

This is the morti for my 2g grandfather. I finally have a look at his mother's name, but can't figure out her surname. Can someone please help? :?

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Re: Salvatore Ianniello morti

Postby maestra36 » 01 Jul 2010, 21:02

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I can't say that what it looks like is the correct surname, as I can't find the surname anywhere. I see Szettino. I just feel it has to be something else and am still trying to figure this one out. Maybe someone will beat me to you it.
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Re: Salvatore Ianniello morti

Postby maestra36 » 01 Jul 2010, 21:02

meant to type "beat me to it."
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Re: Salvatore Ianniello morti

Postby Tessa78 » 01 Jul 2010, 21:13

Hi Jim,

It looks like Sczettino to me.

When I searched for that surname by region (this site)
http://italia.indettaglio.it/eng/cognom ... pania.html
I got no hits.

But when I searched for names in the Campania region CONTAINING "ettino" there were numerous hits for "Schettino"...even in SMCV. Nothing else in the region came close.

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Re: Salvatore Ianniello morti

Postby oilman19 » 01 Jul 2010, 21:15

Hi Peg :)

That was my assumption also. The handwriting can't be any neater. It was just a puzzling name that I couldn't be sure of.
She is my 3g grandmother, so this becomes real important to me. I just want to feel comfortable chasing the right surname.

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Re: Salvatore Ianniello morti

Postby maestra36 » 01 Jul 2010, 21:15

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I tried finding the surname with the c in it too but got no hits either. Even searched on the Italian search engines.
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Re: Salvatore Ianniello morti

Postby oilman19 » 01 Jul 2010, 21:21

I agree with the "c". I wrestled quite a while with it. It can go either way.
I tried whatever Italian search engines I knew and came up blank on every combination.
I told you a while ago. "my ancestors don't want to be found" :lol:
I will probably guess at their wedding year and try to find the matrimoni. It may help. I probably don't have the film in my collection. :cry:

Thank you for your help.

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Re: Salvatore Ianniello morti

Postby maestra36 » 01 Jul 2010, 21:39

Jim
If you do a google search of "czettino" you get hits. Looks like it was some kind of fortress. I see reference to Austria and Croatia.
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Re: Salvatore Ianniello morti

Postby oilman19 » 01 Jul 2010, 21:50

Peg

I made 1 other observation. The first letter, while it definitely looks like an "S", does not have all the flourishes that all the other S's have. However, I can't see any other letter. :?

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Re: Salvatore Ianniello morti

Postby maestra36 » 01 Jul 2010, 22:09

I noticed the same thing, Jim. I considered other possible first letters, but nothing seems to work for me. Sometimes getting away from something for a period of time and then going back to it gives you a whole new perspective. Let's hope that something manifests itself that none of us are currently seeing.
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