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Re: Palermo

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Giuseppa, elementary school teacher, born 5 Oct 1894. On 1 Jul 1923 married in Palermo to Maggiore [first name not given]; Cristina, pharmacist, born 11 Dec 1897. On 23 Jul 1929 married in Palermo with Filippo Gianferrara; Giovanni, engineer - born 24 Mar 1900. In 1929 moved to Palermo and there on 7 Sep 1939 contracted marriage with Angela Maggiore.
yes this para is confused on who married who too me. Should be able to find marriage document 1923 which would have spouse name.
Are Giuseppa, Cristina, and Giovanni brothers and sisters?
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At the end of the 1st line of that page (520), you can see "in Palermo con Maggiore." There's a long space before the name Maggiore where the given name should be (since Maggiore is a surname). Later on, it says that Giovanni married Angela Maggiore. But the first line referred to Giuseppa, not Giovanni. (Was Giuseppa the sister of Giovanni? Maybe it says on the previous page.) It may be that Giuseppa and Giovanni married 2 siblings, but one cannot tell. They certainly didn't marry the same person.
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Giuseppa married someone with surname Maggiore in 1923.
Cristina married Filippo Gianferrara in 1929.
Giovanni married Angela Maggiore in 1939.
ray1955 wrote:Are Giuseppa, Cristina, and Giovanni brothers and sisters?
I can't tell from this page, but I suspect that they were. Look at the previous page (519).
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Re: Palermo

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Well the book I attached, 519 you say is really 570….no biggie but wow what a wealth of information having this portion of the book. So much information someone took the time in Vallelunga to put this all together.
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