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Thank you Erudita. I can' find anything close on Angelo's profession!
Researching Crispino, Simeone, Cillo, & Girardi in Rotondi & Cervinara. Malvuccio, Lo Grande, Astone, & Munforti in Raccuja.
Haztek wrote:Thank you Erudita. I can' find anything close on Angelo's profession!
The occupation may be cavamonte. This occupation involved digging up rocks which were used in the construction of houses.
Here's a photo of a zuccatore-which is a form of the word in parenthesis on the other website
http://architarchiviota.altervista.org/ ... catore.htm
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