Lusiglie, Torino, Piemonte

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Lusiglie, Torino, Piemonte

Post by Victoria » 15 Jan 2004, 12:09

My great- grandfather was raised in this small town and I was looking for others who are doing research there to share info perhaps.
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Post by ptimber » 15 Jan 2004, 13:12

go to www.google.com and insert town name in title. Peter

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Post by Maurizio » 16 Jan 2004, 13:09

Hello Victoria.
I currently live in a town very close to Lusigliè (don't forget the accent mark at the end). If you need some specific info, I'll try and answer you.

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Post by ptimber » 16 Jan 2004, 14:55

maurizio figlio bello, buon giorno a lei. Peter

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Post by Maurizio » 19 Jan 2004, 10:35

ptimber wrote:maurizio figlio bello, buon giorno a lei. Peter
Hi "dad", how are you? Sempre in gamba, mi sembra.
Ciao, Maurizio

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Post by ptimber » 19 Jan 2004, 17:07

sei piu vecchio di me!! Sto bene e sono felice di vedere nome suo sullo schermo. Peter

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Post by shannonmcnett » 03 Feb 2004, 14:53

I am researching the above Surnames and would like to know if anyone else is as well.... all these families migrated to Montague, Texas
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Post by ptimber » 03 Feb 2004, 15:02

go to www.google.com and insert the surname of choice with the word research so that anyone conducting research on the specific surname will show up. Do the same for the internet search. Peter

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Re: Lusiglie, Torino, Piemonte

Post by itgirl » 15 May 2012, 12:45

Victoria wrote:My great- grandfather was raised in this small town and I was looking for others who are doing research there to share info perhaps.
I think my great grandfather was raised there. His name was Antonio Desidero.

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