Antonina Garrasi Mother Last Name- Husband Last Name please

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Antonina Garrasi Mother Last Name- Husband Last Name please

Post by stokkster1 » 26 Sep 2015, 01:00

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/T ... ,352218601

Need mothers last name and husband last name.

Thank you

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Re: Antonina Garrasi Mother Last Name- Husband Last Name please

Post by erudita74 » 26 Sep 2015, 01:53

Her mother was deceased Anna Pulejo. Her husband's last name was Polizzi (Giuseppe Polizzi)

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Re: Antonina Garrasi Mother Last Name- Husband Last Name please

Post by stokkster1 » 26 Sep 2015, 02:29

erudita74 wrote:Her mother was deceased Anna Pulejo. Her husband's last name was Polizzi (Giuseppe Polizzi)

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Thank you so much.

Could Polejo be a mis-spelling of Puleio?

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Re: Antonina Garrasi Mother Last Name- Husband Last Name please

Post by paola52 » 27 Sep 2015, 19:52

Until the beginning of the XX century when the letter"i" occurred between two vowels it was usually written like " j " but pronounced as "i". For example the word "paio" (pair) was written pajo, gioia (happiness) was written as gioja and so on.
So Pulejo and Puleio are exactly the same surname
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Re: Antonina Garrasi Mother Last Name- Husband Last Name please

Post by stokkster1 » 27 Sep 2015, 20:13

paola52 wrote:Until the beginning of the XX century when the letter"i" occurred between two vowels it was usually written like " j " but pronounced as "i". For example the word "paio" (pair) was written pajo, gioia (happiness) was written as gioja and so on.
So Pulejo and Puleio are exactly the same surname
Bear with me, I was a schoolteacher..... :D
I am also a school teacher :D But my grandparents never taught anyone Italian, I can read some of this because of taking Spanish in college :shock: But also because of you great people. :D

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