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in search of Rabbiotti/Rabaiotti

Post by suziecutie » 19 May 2012, 01:56

I recently discovered that my great grandmothers family were from Grezzo,near Bardi. I really appreciate any help in tracing info on her family. Although she was born in London her father Antonio i believe he and his brother Luigi were born in Grezzo, migrating to Holborn, London in the early 1800s.
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Post by adelfio » 19 May 2012, 16:28

Welcome to IG website
Grezzo is a frazione (suburb) of the comune (town) of Bardi province Parma and all the civil records are kept at the comune level for the fraziones
There are both civil records and church records of Bardi at your Family History Library Bardi (Parma), 1806-1910 Births, marriages, deaths, citizenship records, marriage documents, ten-year indexes and the church records Chiesa cattolica. San Giovanni Battista/Beata Maria Vergine Immacolata (Bardi) 1580-1945
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Post by Katerina » 17 Jan 2017, 15:41

Hello,

about Rabbiotti family: My genealogical researches resulted in this family of London (St Andrew, Holborn) resulting from the marriage of a named Luigi or Lewis Rabbiotti (Rabbaiotti?) with Sarah, English. For their descendant was Sarah Thereza Rabbiotti born in St Andrew Holborn in 1842, wife of Sebastiano Caracciolo whose issue. Indeed, according to family photos of my grandparents, my great-grandmother would be Blanka de Sampaio born in Germany in 1849 (declarative at her wedding in Paris), wife of Gennaro Caracciolo dei Castelluccio, relatives of my grand- Mother or great-aunt Olga Caracciolo dei Castelluccio born in London in 1871. However, if the couple of my great-grandparents resided in London in 1870 under this name with the mother of Blanka, Virginia of Sampayo, no trace is found since this year of them under that name, besides my grandmother spoke Greek and lived in Greece with her parents. I did not find in London after this year that the couple of Sarah Rabbiotti and Sebastiano Caracciolo who could be the very same, since the sister of the wife of Antonio Caracciolo, one of the children of the couple living in Clerckenwell, had taken the boat In Patras, Greece, with Angelina Castelluccio, born in 1871 for Pittsbourgh: they both declared, together with the children of the sister-in-law Fabbraio, beiing of Greek origin and beeing born in Greece.. I would like to know the link of this family with Greece - it also seems that they had links with Constantinople: Blanka's father, Anthony de Sampayo (pseudonym?) or perhaps Lewis Rabbiotti, was secretaire in the Embassy of France in Constantinople.

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Re: in search of Rabbiotti/Rabaiotti

Post by Andy1969 » 05 Feb 2017, 09:11

In response to Sue's original Post,

'I recently discovered that my great grandmothers family were from Grezzo,near Bardi. I really appreciate any help in tracing info on her family. Although she was born in London her father Antonio i believe he and his brother Luigi were born in Grezzo, migrating to Holborn, London in the early 1800s.
sue'


Sue it seems we share the same great Grandmother! Beatrice Rabbiotti daughter of Luigi's brother Antonio, my grandfather/her son, Newton Edward Duckworth had a daughter Brenda, my mother. The brothers resided at 14 Laystall Street in Clerkenwell London, near where I work today! Often have a pint in the Clerk & Well pub ...shouting distance from the location...funny old world!

Andy

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