I couldn't find any town or small village called "Cecilia". Is this what you read or what you were told? Reggio Emilia is both a town and a province and is in the Emilia Romagna region. Could it be that "Cecilia" is the name of a church where your ancestors where batptized? Or could it be that it was written this way: "Reggio Emilia, (emilia)" in a way that the bracket before letter "e" was wrongly read as a "C"?. People sometimes write: Reggio Emilia (emilia) with the word "emilia" in brackets to identify the region. And probably they were not born or married in the town of Reggio Emilia but in the province. This is a list of towns in the province of Reggio Emilia, see if any sounds familiar: Albinea, Bagnolo in Piano, Baiso, Bibbiano, Boretto, Brescello, Busana, Cadelbosco di Sopra, Campagnola Emilia, Campegine, Carpineti, Casalgrande, Casina, Castellarano, Castelnovo di Sotto, Castelnovo ne` Monti, Cavriago, Canossa, Collagna, Correggio, Fabbrico, Gattatico, Gualtieri, Guastalla, Ligonchio, Luzzara, Montecchio Emilia, Novellara, Poviglio, Quattro Castella, Ramiseto, Reggiolo, Reggio Emilia, Rio Saliceto, Rolo, Rubiera, San Martino in Rio, San Polo d`Enza, Sant`Ilario d`Enza, Scandiano, Toano, Vetto, Vezzano sul Crostolo, Viano, Villa Minozzo.
Bertachini, spelt with one "c" is wrong in Italian. It should be "Bertacchini". You gave two different spellings for his wife's surname: Felipin and Fellpini and perhaps it could be "Filippini". This is a link to a search engine for surnames in Emilia Romagna if you want to see where they are more commmon: http://emiliaromagna.indettaglio.it/eng ... gnomi.html