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Re: Paulucci family

Postby nuccia » 14 Jun 2006, 21:46

See....it's not that hard, is it? We can help with all kinds of things here!!!

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Re: Paulucci family

Postby inejenn » 14 Jun 2006, 21:55

Yeah it was easy!!!! I didn't realise you are in Toronto, :o I could also do some research there - eventually!!!! My late uncle was an RAF pilot and trained in Canada and when I visited his grave in France one of his crew members was Canadian also. I tried several years ago to find the family to send photos of the grave but without success. :(
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Re: Paulucci family

Postby nuccia » 14 Jun 2006, 22:28

Let me know what you need and I'll see what I can do.

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Re: Paulucci family

Postby Marisa6 » 15 Jun 2006, 02:21

Hi Folks

Nuccia - you have ancestry - there is a listing for Paulucci under 'Family & Local Histories' then 'United Kingdom County Families'. I would be very curious to see what that says if you don't mind looking it up :wink:

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Re: Paulucci family

Postby nuccia » 15 Jun 2006, 04:07

Sure Marisa..

Give me a sec...

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Re: Paulucci family

Postby nuccia » 15 Jun 2006, 04:12

Ok Marisa,

Here it is. I haven't read it so I'm not sure what it says.

http://img237.imageshack.us/img237/896/imagex8sl.png

Hope it helps our friend here...let us know.

By the way, has anyone heard from Joyce...? Do you think she became a Nonna this week?

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Re: Paulucci family

Postby Marisa6 » 15 Jun 2006, 04:22

Thanks Nuccia - you are a gem. I'll go and get a look at it now.

Thats lovely news about Joyce :D I remember reading a quote once that said that grandchildren were Gods reward to you for not killing your children :lol:

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Re: Paulucci family

Postby Marisa6 » 15 Jun 2006, 04:35

Hmm - this listing contains an 'Albertine' who was the daughter of a Lt Gen Marquis Paulucci. Marquis and pauper don't sit happily together - so it must be the wrong family. This Paulucci was a late governor of Genoa however, which maybe helps narrow down the area a bit. All of the Pauluccis I have come across so far are from the north - Genoa, Venice and Florence

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Re: Paulucci family

Postby inejenn » 15 Jun 2006, 13:02

I am so grateful to you for doing all this research on my behalf! :) However, I have just tried to download this image and it came up with "no data". I don't suppose there is a connection, but you never know - my grandma used to tell us that at one time the Paulucci family had been very wealthy. Of course there is the old saying that the first generation makes the money, the second spends it and the third are poor and have to start all over again!

I loved the quote about grandchildren - I am longing to become a grandma but my sons are too busy travelling the world at the moment! :!:
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Re: Paulucci family

Postby suanj » 15 Jun 2006, 14:43

Hi and about this record:
Nottinghamshire, England: Parish and Probate Records Record
Birth, Marriage, & Death
Name: William Duke Lydia Palucci [signs Paluckey]
Vital: date - location, Nottinghamshire, England

could be Paulucci?

and:

1881 England Census Record
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View Image Name: G. Polucci
Birth: abt 1830 - Vuldattavis Seona (F), Italy
Residence: 1881 - Clerkenwell, London, England

also:

England & Wales, FreeBMD Marriage Index: 1837-1983 Record
Birth, Marriage, & Death
Name: Thomas Panlucci (Paulucci)
Marriage: Dec 1871 - Holbeach, Lincolnshire


England & Wales, FreeBMD Death Index: 1837-1983 Record
Birth, Marriage, & Death
Name: John Panlucci (Paulucci)
Death: Dec 1889 - Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland


England & Wales, FreeBMD Marriage Index: 1837-1983 Record
Birth, Marriage, & Death
Name: William Samuel Paulucce
Marriage: Sep 1873 - West Derby, Lancashire

1881 England Census Record
Census
View Image Name: Giovanni Pelucci (Paulucci?)
Birth: abt 1829 - Domajo Provincia Di Como, Italy
Residence: 1881 - St Mary Islington, London, England


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Re: Paulucci family

Postby Marisa6 » 15 Jun 2006, 19:43

Suanj - that list is great. The first one is especally interesting. Inejenn - when your grandmother talked of this family how did she pronounce the name? The first name on Suanj's list when it was written had a 'ki' sounding end. If that is how the name was said, then the spelling would, in Italian, end in a -chi. There is a name Paolicchi which is very strongly associated with Tuscany - and hence Florence - where you initlally thought the family might be from. Its a long shot. How did your ancestor sign his name on his marrage certificate. He was obviously an educated man if he was able to read and write. I would be curious to see how he spelled it!

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Re: Paulucci family

Postby nuccia » 15 Jun 2006, 21:37

hi inejenn,

If you PM me with your email I'll send it there...you may be able to view it then. Is anyone else having any trouble with it? I can open it no problem. :?

Suanj, did you want any of those records linked or should we wait until inejenn gives us more info?

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Re: Paulucci family

Postby nuccia » 15 Jun 2006, 21:40

Hi Marisa,

Just got in...who will England be playing? I have to finish some work and then I'm off to watch the game, too.

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Re: Paulucci family

Postby Marisa6 » 15 Jun 2006, 21:45

Trinidad and Tobago. You would think that wouldn't be too hard - but who knows :!:

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Re: Paulucci family

Postby nuccia » 15 Jun 2006, 23:57

Way to go England!

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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