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Ragusa, 1748 Riveli

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I indexed the 1748 Riveli (census) of Ragusa. If your roots are in Ragusa, I can provide you the digital copies of your family's censuses! For further informations, please message me privately.

CENSUSED FAMILIES IN RAGUSA IN 1748
Accetta, Addamo, Addaro, Adecimo, Agosta, Agosta, Agrignone, Agusta, Ajolo, Alecci, Ansaldo, Antoci, Arena, Arezzi, Armeri, Arrabito, Arrigo, Artale, Avola, Baglieri, Balistrieri, Barbara, Barchetta, Barone, Barrera, Battaglia, Bella, Bellardita, Bellassai, Bellio, Bernardello, Bertini, Biazzo, Blanco, Blandes, Blandino, Blundo, Boccadifuoco, Boccheri, Bocchieri, Bombaci, Boncoraglio, Bonelli, Borea, Borragato, Borromeo, Borrometi, Boscarino, Bracchitta, Brugaletta, Bruzzo, Buccheri, Buffardeci, Buglisi, Bullara, Burato, Cabibbo, Cafisi, Calabrese, Calafato, Calvo, Camilleri, Campanella, Campo, Candi, Candito, Cannamela, Cannata, Cannizzaro, Cannizzo, Canzoneri, Capobianco, Capodicasa, Capone, Cappello, Cappuzello, Caramao, Carbonaro, Carchia, Carfì, Carnazza, Carrubba, Cartiglia, Caruso, Casa, Cascone, Cassarino, Cassisi, Castelletti, Castello, Castilletti, Castro, Catalano, Caudarella, Casabrubna, Cavaleri, Cefalù, Cerruto, Chessari, Chiaramonte, Chiarilli, Chillano, Chisari, Ciaccio, Ciacerio, Ciavola, Cilauro, Cicilia, Cimino, Cintali, Cirino, Cirio, Comitini, Conti, Conticello, Coppa, Corallo, Corrado, Cortese, Cosentini, Cosenza, Cottonaro, Criscione, Cristilla, Croce, Cucuzza, Culemi, Culmo, Cultraro, Cutrone, Cuttonaro, Cuttone, D’Amore, Denaro, Deodato, Di Benedetto, Di Caccamo, Dierna, Di Falco, Di Fede, Di Franco, Di Giacomo, Di Giorgio, Di Grande, Di Grandi, Di Lorenzo, Di Maggio, Di Marco, Di Mari, Di Martino, Di Naro, Di Natale, Di Noto, Di Pasquale, Di Quattro, Di Silvestro, Di Stefano, Di Vita, Donato, Donzelli, Dragonetto, Falce, Farina, Farisio, Farruggio, Favaccio, Ferma, Ferrera, Ferruggio, Fiaccavento, Ficiccia, Filingeri, Fiorello, Fioria, Firello, Firrera, Firreri, Firrisi, Firrito, Firullo, Floria, Floriddia, Floridia, Florinda, Fontanella, Formaggio, Fornello, Fortunato, Francalanza, Frasca, Fraschilla, Fratantoni, Frazzera, Galofaro, Garioto, Garozzo, Gascone, Gaspano, Gennuso, Gentili, Genuisi, Gioampiccolo, Giampino, Giancoiro, Giangreco, Giaquinta, Giglio, Giraci, Giumarra, Biumbarra, Giumbarresi, Giummara, Giummarresi, Grancorio, Grignone, Guardiano, Guarino, Guarreri, Guastella, Guerrei, Gulino, Gurreri, Gurrieri, Iachella, Iannizzotto, Iemulo, Iesimino, Imposa, Incucinera, Ingallina, Ingallinera, Iozzia, Italia, Iudici, Iurato, La Buona, La Cognata, La Guardia, La Leta, La Licata, Lami, Landolina, La Noce, La Porta, La Restia, La Rocca, La Rosa, La Terra, Lauretta, Leggio, Lena, Lentini, Leocata, Leone, Leontini, Licitra, Lisciandrello, Lo Bianco, Lo Biundo, Lo Cerio, Lo Ciccio, Lo Forte, Lo Iacono, Lo Iudici, Lo Magno, Lo Mastro, Lombardo, Lo Presti, Lucenti, Lupo, Magrì, Majo, Malandrino, Maltisi, Manenti, Manticello, Marabita, Marabito, Marancio, Marino, Martines, Martorana, Marù, Massarelli, Massari, Matarazzo, Mazza, Mazzarello, Meccio, Mele, Mezzasalma, Miceli, Migliarisi, Migliorisi, Mililli, Minardo, Mirabella, Mitallo, Molè, Moltisanti, Moncada, Monelli, Montagna, Monticello, Morabita, Morales, Morana, Mortillaro, Moscatello, Muccio, Mulè, Multisanti, Muntagna, Napoli, Nasello, Nativo, Nicastro, Nicita, Nifosì, Nobile, Novello, Nuzzarello, Occhipinti, Odierna, Ottaviano, Palumbo, Pannuzzo, Parisi, Parrino, Passalacqua, Paternò Castello, Pedalino, Pelusi, Peluso, Pennavaria, Perna, Petralito, Pilieri, Piluso, Pluchino, Poidimani, Poidomani, Provenzano, Puccia, Puglisi, Quarrella, Quartarone, Rabbito, Ragazzo, Ragusa, Raimondo, Raniolo, Riera, Rimmaudo, Rinzivillo, Rizza, Roggieri, Rollo, Romano, Romeo, Rosano, Rosignolo, Rosso, Rovetta, Rovetto, Ruggieri, Russo, Saimella, Salerno, Salonia, Salsenti, Sammito, Santa, Satariano, Sbezzi, Scalfano, Scalone, Scannavino, Scarlata, Schembari, Schembri, Schemmari, Schininà, Sciandra, Sciarra, Scifo, Scimè, Sciumè, Scolaro, Scollo, Scorfano, Scribano, Scrofano, Senia, Serra, Sessa, Settineri, Sgarlata, Siciliano, Signorello, Solazzo, Sortino, Spada, Spadaro, Sparacino, Spata, Spataro, Spatola, Spatuzza, Spicuzza, Spinacciolo, Spinelli, Stornello, Stracquadanio, Stringili, Sulsenti, Tabascio, Tagliarini, Tantillo, Taviana, Tedeschi, Terranova, Tesimino, Tidona, Tidone, Tinuccio, Tomasi, Tonghi, Traina, Trapani, Traversa, Trazzera, Tribastone, Tumino, Tumminelli, Tumminello, Tummino, Valvo, Vasile, Vasili, Veca, Ventura, Vicari, Vininata, Vitale, Vitali, Zago, Zarbo, Zaso, Zuccarello.
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Re: Ragusa, 1748 Riveli

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I am Jose Bellassai from Asuncion-Paraguay.Can you send me the records from familly Bellassai ?
Thank you !
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Re: Ragusa, 1748 Riveli

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Hello, congratulation for your work !!!

I want to know if you can send me the digital copies of the fallowing families:
I'm interested in : DISTEFANO, TUMINO/TUMMINO, CILIA, DIMARTINO, CALAFATO, OCCHIPINTI, IACONO, BIAZZO, NUZZARELO, PELLIGRA, GULINO, SPATA, GAMBINO, LEGGIO.(it doesn't matter if you don't have some of them)
My ancestors are Orazio Distefano(born near 1681 in Ragusa,died September 3, 1761 in Ragusa) married to Orazia Tumino (born aprox. in 1685 in Ragusa), son: Giovanni Distefano married to Biaggia Cilia Dimartino, son: Carmelo Distefano Cilia married to Ana Occhipinti Biazzo, son: Rocco Distefano Occhipinti married to Giuseppa Peligra Lo Presti, son: Salvatore Distefano Pelligra married to Maria Clementina de Pasquale Xibilia, son: Rocco Mario Distefano de Pasquale married to Gregoria de Jesus Gimenez in Paraguay, son: Tomas Pasciano Distefano Gimenez married Julia Benigna Carrillo Larrosa(my great-grandparents).

My email: arquijavaq@hotmail.com
Thanks in advance!!!!
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Hello. My name is Danielle. I am looking for information on my grandfather’s side. He is Michael Cannizzo born May 26 1913. His father is Matteo Cannizzo I think he was born in July 1875 or 1877 it does say he left from Naples to Ellis Island in 1910. His son did not come to America till 1913. I know we have something that links us all the way back to Ragusa. I just don’t know how to figure it all out. I did got to Sicily in April 2015. I only found the Villa Cannizzo. Looking for information. Thank you so much :)
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Wow that is great!

Can you send me the digital copy? My family names are Mazza, Scribano and Cappello.
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Hi,
Looking for any information on the Catalagna, DiStefano, Ingallina and Mazza families from Ragusa. Giuseppa Catalagna was married to Salvatore DiStefano and Nunzio Ingallina was married to Rosalia Mazza. These are my husbands' great grandparents. Digital copies of the census would be much appreciated...as I am having a hard time getting information on these relatives.
Thanks very much :D
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Bonjours,j'ai les mêmes noms dans mon arbre !!! Mes noms de famille sont Mazza, Scribano et Cappello. et je recherche des renseignement sur eux .
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working on my Di Giorgio side of the family pre 1800. Looking for records on Filippo Di Giorgio and son Natale around the 1750's . Anything you have will help.

THANKS


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