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Wartime Deaths near Sora

As a nation state, Italy has emerged only in 1871. Until then the country was politically divided into a large number of independant cities, provinces and islands. The currently available evidences point out to a dominant Etruscan, Greek and Roman cultural influence on today's Italians.
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Re: Wartime Deaths near Sora

Postby Marisa6 » 03 May 2006, 00:37

Nuccia - that would make an excellent thread. Great idea

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Re: Wartime Deaths near Sora

Postby suanj » 03 May 2006, 13:57

Hi Nuccia and Marisa, the webpage is not a my webpage, but is in the web for war memory and war victims memory; in my experience I found many interesting links, especially about italian surname birthplaces, italian victims in the wars, italian emigrations

http://matera.site.voila.fr/Malerba/Cog ... i_1800.htm
it is in italian language but easy, just a little webpage!
I hope that can be helpful to someone here! regards, suanj
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Re: Wartime Deaths near Sora

Postby Marisa6 » 03 May 2006, 14:23

This is all great. Thankyou so much - I am learning more since I've been watching this forum than in the last twenty years of reading and asking my family!

Don't worry about webpages being in Italian. In common with many people of Italian descent through the world, I can understand a lot of written and spoken Italian - I just can't speak much Italian. Figure that out if you can :?

Thank you all so much for all of this information. I can't tell you how much fun I am having :D :D

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Re: Wartime Deaths near Sora

Postby suanj » 03 May 2006, 18:18

:wink: suanj
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Re: Wartime Deaths near Sora

Postby nuccia » 04 May 2006, 01:01

Marisa,

I think we're all having fun lately! And what a beautiful warm and sunny day it is here in Toronto! :D :D :D :D

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Re: Wartime Deaths near Sora

Postby Marisa6 » 04 May 2006, 03:44

Fun is what it is all about :D

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Re: Wartime Deaths near Sora

Postby Forte » 15 Sep 2008, 18:57

Hi Marisa,

My great great grandparents were also Domenico Forte and Francesca Matassa. My great grandparents were Giovanni Forte and Maria Teresa Forte, who were the parents of my grandfather Alfonso Francesco. My father was called Aquilino, and all came from Mortale, Casalattico, where lots of cousins now own the ancestral home.

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