1820 Marriage Bride's mother's last name?

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1820 Marriage Bride's mother's last name?

Postby Haztek » 03 Jun 2015, 11:59

Record #4

Looking for the last name of the mother of the bride. Angela (looks something like
Coppagiello).

Thanks, jerry

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Re: 1820 Marriage Bride's mother's last name?

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 03 Jun 2015, 12:27

Angela Pappagallo.
BTW: It's the groom's mother.
Angela :)

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Re: 1820 Marriage Bride's mother's last name?

Postby Haztek » 03 Jun 2015, 13:16

Good morning Angela!!

Yup, I made a mistake!


Thanks so much!

By the way, on my trip to Italy last fall, I visited Giovinazzo. My friend Mike's grandparents were from there and we met several of his relatives. Giovinazzo is a nice town right on the water.

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Re: 1820 Marriage Bride's mother's last name?

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 03 Jun 2015, 20:46

You are very welcome, Jerry. I've just had a look at some beautiful pics of Giovinazzo. It looks very inviting. If I ever get the courage to travel away from my own haven, I'll add it to my list of "must visit".
Angela :D


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