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|The documents I copied in the Naples archive can not be integrally reproduced on your web-pages (as 1852 S.A.), but eventually you could use the information related (it is not permitted to publish the pictures). The info in the 1769 S.A. are less than the 1852 S.A. and more difficult to read and is necessary more attention to separate family // family.|
|1) Correct is a name of original country of Nicola Russo
"PANECUOCOLO" which was exactly "PANICOCOLI" up to 13/May/1871 changed
name to VILLARICCA. Located close to Napoli.
2) Cata : I think Caterina.
|1) "qd" latin "quondam" as "del fu" as "dead" . Then: Luigi Antonio Ciotoli figlio del "quondam" Giovanni della "terra" (as country) di Ceccano (city) dello Stato Papale e di Concordio di Iullo di questa "terra" nata il 3 Giugno 1736|
|1)"COMMERCIANTE" as trader
2) Rev. is "Reverendo" as Reverend and "D" is Don as latin Dominus.Giovanni Battista Morelli was a priest.
|I know by 1740 Catasto Onciario that Govanni Battista Musillo was a Doctor (MD)and "Magco" was a honorific as latin Magificum as Magnificent for all his family. From other text books " in my experience the magnificent title in the eighteenth century and in central and southern Italy was reported to people of great influence economic activity, availability of goods, lands and properties. not always, indeed rarely, was also indicative of the nobles, for whom the title was often given true (count, duke, marquis, etc.), rather it was used just to indicate who was not noble but belonged to a "caste" not exceeding only the populace but also medium to small owners. Small towns usually indicated the average person more economically 'agiata'".|
We can read the common names from the 1800's like, Frazzino, Morelli, etc. We had trouble with older names that don't appear in the 1800's like Mascotelli?, Cafullo?, diCarmoselli?. And we had trouble with given names like Teela?, Desiata?, Petino?. Can you check to see if we have the spelling of names written correctly?
I think, Cafullo it’s right; about Grazia Mariola, I think that Mariola is the surname and then I read diCarovilli and not diCarmoselli (in this case, it means, she was from -di- Carovilli). I didn’t find Mascotelli but Masciselli and I think the exact name is Mascitelli. Given names are: Teela is Tecla; Desiata is right; Petino, it’s difficult to read, probably it could be Petrino, but I’m not sure.
Pay attention to Frà. It’s incorrect: , the exact spelling is Tra, an abbreviation of Terra. Because itt’s an abbreviation you can exactly translate to 'terra' Other surnames: diVenditto (not diVendetto); Mascitelli (not Moscitelli); d’Alicandro (not d’Alicondro); SORDO it’s not a surname in img5036; the surname is Blasio (Lucia) and "sordo e muto", are for deaf and dumb; First names: Crisostomo Fantone (not Crissamo, in img5036); Paolo Dioguardi (not Broguardi in img5037); Leonora (not Leonara); M.co Magnifico it’s used as a title for important people (it’s not a name); Isidoro (not Isodoro).
|Ceccano is the town in province of Frosinone (see: http://www.comune.ceccano.fr.it/).
"Stato Papale" is the "Stato Pontificio". SPA, before 1861, was in the Regno delle Due Sicilie, while Ceccano was in another State (called "Stato Papale" in the record), the Stato Pontificio. The Pope was the King of this state. The Regno delle Due Sicilie, the Stato Pontificio and other italian states (e.g. Granducato di Toscana, Ducato di Massa e Carrara, il Lombardo-Veneto, etc.) were attacched during 'Risorgimento' by the Piemontesi, who created il Regno d'Italia, today's Italian republic.
Surnames in San Pietro Avellana in 1769
|Name||Number of families||Notes|
|Rotolo||6||Did this name die out or does someone still know if it is associated with SPA?|
|Contestabile||5||This is the very first time I have seen this surname in SPA - has it died out now?|
|Riccio||5||Is this Ricci?|
|Marracino||4||Did this name die out or does someone still know if it is associated with SPA?|
|Cafullo||3||Has this family died out in SPA?|
|Malfino||3||This family may have died out in SPA.|
|Gatta||2||This family may have stayed in SPA and increased their numbers in further generations.|
|Frezza||1||One of my cousins married a Frezza - I figured he came from elsewhere but maybe there was a fragment left somewhere close.|
|Salvatore||1||This family may have stayed in SPA and increased their numbers in further generations.|
|diCapone or diCaprio||1|
|Tonti||1||This family may have stayed in SPA and increased their numbers in further generations.|
|Capone||1||This family may have stayed in SPA and increased their numbers in further generations.|
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