Bride's father's given name

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Bride's father's given name

Postby oilman19 » 31 Dec 2010, 23:14

http://img813.imageshack.us/img813/2057 ... rr1900.jpg

Is the bride's father Innocenzo(?) Foggia?

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Researching surnames Ianniello, Tamburrino, Mattora/Martora/Mattori & Scialla in Santa Maria Capua Vetere, Caserta, Campania.

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Re: Bride's father's given name

Postby Squigy » 31 Dec 2010, 23:43

oilman19 wrote:http://img813.imageshack.us/img813/2057/ianniellofoggiamarr1900.jpg

Is the bride's father Innocenzo(?) Foggia?

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I would say that's definitely Innocenzo. The only thing I wasn't sure about at first was the "I" but it definitely matches the one in Ianniello (and it clearly ends with "cenzo").

Aren't these records great :wink: I've already spent hours going through the ones for my town.
My Italian surnames:

Caserta: Maietta, Rossano, Tessitore, Negro, Peluso, Musone

Campobasso: D'Andrea, Barile

Catanzaro: Fiorelli/Fiorillo, Romito

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Re: Bride's father's given name

Postby oilman19 » 01 Jan 2011, 11:42

You are right. I have to admit that I can't wait to get back to my computer when I have been away from it for a while. :)

The convenience of access to these records on Ancestry has changed my attitude considerably. As discussed in a previous thread, I can skip the long rides to FHC, at inconvenient times with very limited hours, to sit in the dark to pour over poor quality films using "cranky" old microfilm readers. I was starting to lose my enthusiasm due to some issues at the FHC of which I had no control. It doesn't get any better than this.

I had studied that surname for quite a while before I came up with a probable answer. Thank you for your confirmation.
Jim

Researching surnames Ianniello, Tamburrino, Mattora/Martora/Mattori & Scialla in Santa Maria Capua Vetere, Caserta, Campania.


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