Accursio Sabella's Ancestors

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Calogero Sabella was baptized on August 1, 1797, in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italia, the eldest of two known sons born to Antonio Sabella and Aurelia Maniscalco. Note that his sponsors were Antoninus Attardo (son of ancestors Liborio Attardo and Rosa Cognata) and his wife Margarita. (Mouse over and click on his baptism record image left to enlarge in a new window or tab.) On March 19, 1830, Calogero, a 32 year-old sailor married 21 year-old Caterina Saladino. Caterina was baptized on October 5, 1808, in Sciacca, the eldest of two known daughters born to Antonino Saladino and Francesca di Matteo. (Mouse over and click on her baptism record image right to enlarge in a new window or tab.) Their marriage record lists his mother as Aurelia La Rocca, which happens to be his grandmother’s surname It is interesting that in their marriage processetti there is a two page consent document written by Calogero’s father Antonio that is called a brevetto (read more about this in Antonio’s bio). The first page gives Calogero permission to marry Caterina. The second page begins with the words, “of the said Caterina Saladino bride.” Both pages are hard to read, but it may deal with the fact that she was very pregnant at the time of the marriage.

Calogero and Caterina’s birth years are recorded differently on the birth and marriage records of their children and their marriage record. The family lived in the Quartiero Madrice section of Sciacca on #5 Cortile (courtyard) what looks like Cluidie. On all the early records, Calogero is listed as a Marinaio, a sailor. Then in 1849 he’s listed as an Industrioso, a manufacturer or trader, but in 1854, he’s listed as a Servitore, a servant.

Calogero and Caterina had at least nine children, all born in Sciacca (all the ages shown here, are as printed on the record indicated) — the first, only a few months after the marriage, was a daughter Aurelia born and baptized on May 29, 1830, who, at 20 years old, married Antonino Guardino on February 23, 1850, and died at age 36 on July 15, 1867; a son Antonino born and baptized on April 28, 1833, who apparently died before his fifth birthday, but a death record can not be found; daughter Francesca was born about 1835, at 19 years old married Accursio Sclafani on June 11, 1854, and died at 78 years old on April 5, 1913; daughter Antonina’s birth is unknown, as a birth record for her can’t be found, but she died at one year-old on October 31, 1839, which means she may have been a twin to; another Antonino born and baptized on November 23, 1838, married at 26 Anna Sclafani on September 20, 1859, was a sailor, and died at 81 on April 14, 1914; ancestor Accursio; a daughter Fara born on June 25, 1845, and died at 8 months old on March 13, 1846; another Fara born and baptized on February 1, 1847, who died at 2, almost 3 years old on December 28, 1849; and a son Vincenzo born and baptized on April 1, 1850.

Calogero Sabella died on April 8, 1872, at home. His death record, in the Sciacca Civil Registration (Tribunale), 1861-1929, Vol 186, Registro Degli Atti Di Morte states he was 75 years old and his occupation is listed as Industrioso. It also lists his parents as Antonio and Aurelia Maniscalco, both deceased, and his wife’s name as Caterina Saladino. (Mouse over and click on his death record image right to enlarge in a new window or tab.)

Caterina Saladino died on November 27, 1888, in Sciacca at the age of 80. Her death record is from the same collection as her husband’s record, but in a later volume, number 202. Her occupation is listed as Casalinsa, which translate to housewife. Both parents are listed and that she was the widow of Calogero. (Mouse over and click on her death record image left to enlarge in a new window or tab.)

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Antonio Sabella was probably born about 1771 to parents Calogero Sabella and Vincenza Soldano in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicily, Italia. On November 10, 1795, in Sciacca, Antonio married Aurelia Maniscalco, who was the eldest of five known children born to Vincenzo Maniscalco and Filippa La Rocca. Aurelia was baptized on October 22, 1779, in the Sciacca Mother Church. It is assumed she was born on that day or the day before.  Antonio and Aurelia’s handwritten Latin church marriage record doesn’t give their ages, but this was the first marriage for both of them. The record states that their parents were still alive and named them, but Filippa is spelled Philippa. Also in the record is the the fact that “they both were from the parish of the Mother Church” in Sciacca. (Mouse over and click on their marriage record image right to enlarge in a new window or tab.)

Antonio and Aurelia had at least one other child besides ancestor Calogero, a son named Vincenzo after his mother’s father, who was born about 1805/6, and was married twice in Sciacca. Vincenzo’s first married Maria Anna Liguori on September 8, 1834, and after her death, he married Filippa Craparo on April 14, 1847.

With lots of help from the Italian Genealogical Records Facebook group, we know that on March 4, 1830, Antonio went to a local notary (a legal official) to draw up a consent document titled a Brevetto. This hand written, two page document gave his son ancestor Calogero permission to marriage and can be found in Calogero’s marriage processetti.

Antonio Sabella died a year and 5 months later on August 13, 1831, at the age of 60. His text death record was found in the Italia, Morti e Sepolture, 1809-1900 collection and it lists his occupation as a sailor and both his parents and wife’s names. (Mouse over and click on his death record image right to enlarge in a new window or tab.)

After her husband died, Aurelia did not remarry. She supported herself and her children on her own and died just over 30 years later on October 9, 1862, at about 82 years old. Her death record image was found in the Sciacca Civil Registration (Tribunale), 1861-1929 collection in Volume 176. It gives her age at 85 years old, her occupation as Industrioso, and lists her husband’s and parent’s names. It must be pointed out that her father’s name is very difficult to read, but can be read as Vincenzo. (Mouse over and click on her death record image left to enlarge in a new window or tab.)

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Antonino Saladino and his wife Francesca di Matteo’s ancestries are uncertain. He was born about 1778, the only known son of parents Francesco Saladino and his wife Maddalena Amoroso. Antonino married Francesca di Matteo about 1800. Francesca was born about 1780 to parents Antonino di Matteo and his wife Caterina Riportella. Both birth years were calculated from their ages listed on their death records.

Marriage records exist that support that Antonino and Francesca had two daughters born in Sciacca, and both living in Quartiero Santo Vito – Maddalena born about 1803, was probably named after her paternal grandmother and was married twice. Maddalena’s first husband was Giuseppe Carcagno, who she married on February 3, 1828. After he died, she married Francesco Ampolo on December 1, 1848. Maddalena died a widow at age 77 on November 3, 1880. Their second daughter was ancestor Caterina, who was probably named after her maternal grandmother.

The Italia Archivio di Stato di Agrigento, Stato Civile della Restaurazione, Sciacca Matrimoni collection has images for both Catarina and Maddalena’s marriages. The images for the years 1828 and 1830 give us conflicting information as to what was the given name of Antonino’s father’s. Both of these marriage record images list Antonino and Francesca’s full names, but on Caterina’s marriage record, it indicates that her grandfather was Francesco Saladino. On Maddalena’s first marriage record, he is recorded as Luciano Saladino. Maddalena’s second marriage, does not list the grandfather’s name at all. This confusion is settled in Caterina’s marriage processetti, as there is a page written in Latin which lists both her father and grandfather Francesco’s death information. (Mouse over and click on their death information image left to enlarge in a new window or tab.)

This short statement in Caterina’s marriage processetti (pictured left) states that Antonino died “in regular communion with the church” in the parish of S. Maria Maddalena on February 10, 1818. A translation of what a member of the GenAG - Genealogie Agrigentine Facebook group says, the statement reads “Antonino Saladino died at the age of 40 sudden death on September 2, 1802 and is buried in San Francesco.” This is probably the former San Francesco d’Paola Christian church.

Francesca died two years after her husband on April 5, 1820. Her death record, also found in the processetti, is a traditional one listing her age as 49 years old, that she was the widow of Antonino and both of her deceased parents names. (Mouse over and click on Francesca’s death record image right to enlarge in a new window or tab.)

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Calogero Sabella was born about 1732, the son of Caterina Friscia and her husband Antonino Sabella. Calogero married Vincenza Soldano on November 5, 1752, in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy. The pictured marriage document comes from the Mother Church, the Basilica of Maria Santissima del Soccorso and it is assumed they married there. (Mouse over and click on their church marriage record image right to enlarge in a new window or tab.) At the time of their marriage, his father was deceased, but his mother was alive. Unfortunately, no ages are given on this document, so no solid documentation has been found to learn his birth year.The only possible clue we have for Calogero from a 1747 Sciaccia Riveli (tax return) for an Antonino Sabella. It shows the eldest son, 15 year-old Calogero, whose age indicates he was born about 1732. It is almost certain that this is our Calogero as his age is about right, making him 20 years old when he married. See more about this Riveli in his parents bios.

It is not known exactly when Calogero Sabella died but it was after his son Antonio's marriage on November 10, 1795.

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Vincenza Soldano was the daughter of Caterina Scarpinati and her husband Antonino Soldano. She married Calogero Sabella on November 5, 1752, most likely in the Mother Church in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy. (Mouse over and click on their church marriage record image above right, in her husband's bio to enlarge in a new window or tab.) Their only known child is ancestor Antonino, who was named after both of their fathers. At the time of their marriage, her father was deceased, but her mother was alive.

There is a 1747 Sciacca Riveli for a widow named Caterina Soldano, who has a daughter named Vincenza that is discussed more in her parents bio below. Based on the ages of her brothers, this could be our Vincenza. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about Vincenza Soldano

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Vincenzo Maniscalco was baptized on August 28, 1752, in the Sciacca Mother Church, the son of  Pietro Maniscalco and Aurelia SanFilippo. (Mouse over and click on his baptism record image right to enlarge in a new window or tab.)  On January 27, 1777, Vincenzo married Filippa La Rocca, who was born between 1756 and 1760, the daughter of Antonino La Rocca and Fara Santangelo. They married on the same day as Filippa’s brother Michelangelo married Vincenzo’s sister Luciana.

Years after Vincenzo and Filippa had ancestor Aurelia, at least one other documented daughter was born. Her name was Fara, probably short for Epifania, and she was born about 1783 and died on January 27, 1846. However, there are several International Genealogical Index (IGI), Ancestral File, and Pedigree Resource File submissions that give much more information on this family and their parents. The sources of this information come from genealogies submitted by several different users and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, without stating documented proof.  This information includes three additional children along with the two documented daughters for a total of five children – ancestor Aurelia is listed as Aurelia Et Lauria Miniscalco; Petrus Joseph Domenicus Miniscalco, was baptized on October 16, 1782; Fara is listed as Fara Accursia Et Joanna Miniscalco, and was baptized on September 26, 1783; Sebastianus Carmelus Et G. Miniscalco, who was baptized on January 20, 1789; and Salvator Petrus Et Joseph Miniscalco, who was baptized on May 3, 1792. These very well may have been their children, as their names somewhat fit into the naming convention of the time. Unfortunately, records are not freely available to confirm them.

Vincenzo Maniscalco died at home in Sciacca on January 16, 1829, at 76 years old, although the record seems to say he was 71. His text death record was found in the Italia, Morti e Sepolture, 1809-1900 collection and lists his occupation as Marinaro, which means he was a sailor. His wife and parents names are listed on this record. (Mouse over and click on Vincenzo’s death record image left to enlarge in a new window or tab.)

Filippa La Rocca lived another eight years after her husband’s death. She died at home in Quartiero Madrice, in Sciacca on January 18, 1837, as recorded in the Italia, Morti e Sepolture, 1809-1900 collection. Her age is listed as 70, which is somewhat impossible, as it makes her birth year 1767, too young to have given birth to ancestor Aurela, so she was probably about 80 years old when she died. Both her husband and parents names are listed on the record. (Mouse over and click on Filippa’s death record image right to enlarge in a new window or tab.)

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Francesco Saladino and Maddalena Amoroso’s ancestries are unknown. Francesco’s name comes from his granddaughter ancestor Caterina’s marriage documents, where he is listed as her grandfather. There isn’t any documentation that Maddalena was her grandmother and the mother of ancestorAntonino, but Antonino did name his eldest daughter Maddalena. There is also a death record for an Anna Maria Saladino with these parents who was born in Sciacca about 1783 and died there on January 31, 1843, the widow of Gioachino Piazza. This researcher believes Anna Maria is ancestor Antonino’s sister and Maddalena was his mother.

In his granddaughter ancestor Caterina’s marriage processetti, there is a page with a brief statement about Francesco’s death. With help from the GenAG - Genealogie Agrigentine Facebook group, the statement reads, “Francesco Saladino dies suddenly at 49 and is buried in the mother church.” It also states he died “in regular communion with the church” on September 2, 1804, in the parish of S. Maria Maddalena. View this document in his son Antonino’s bio above. Francesco’s death information is indicated by the second pointed finger hand image on the document.Unfortunately, nothing else is known about them.

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Antonino di Matteo and Caterina Riportella’s ancestries are unknown. Their names come from their daughter, ancestor Francesca’s death record. Not much is known about them, but they lived in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italia. They had at least two sons born there, one older than ancestor Francesca and the other younger than her — Gioachino was born about 1762, married Giovanna Bacchi and died there on March 4, 1842; ancestor Francesca; and Giuseppe, who was born about 1782, married three times and died on November 3, 1852. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about them.
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Antonino Soldano and Caterina Scarpinati’s ancestries are unknown, but there is a a 1747 Sciaccia Riveli (tax return) for a widow named Caterina Soldano that may be for this family. (Mouse over and click on her 1747 Riveli record image left to enlarge in a new window or tab.) It was common then for a widow to be listed with her deceased husband’s surname in the Rivelis. Unfortunately, this Riveli does not list the given name of the deceased husband or the ages of the females. The parents are listed as Domenico and Vincenza Soldano, but it is not certain if these given names are Antonino’s or Caterina’s parents. The widow Vincenza’s children are listed as — Domenico, 23 years old; Calogero, 22 years-old; and daughters Grazia and Vincenza, who may be ancestor Vincenza. On the next page after this Riveli, (the last section on the image) there is one for a 36 year-old Vincenzo Soldano and his wife Maria with no children. Vincenzo’s parents are listed as Onofrio and Giuseppa Soldano, so he may be a cousin or even brother to Antonino, helping out the widow Vincenza. It should be noted that this is all speculation, and may not be for our Soldano family.

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Pietro Maniscalco and Aurelia SanFilippo's names come from their son ancestor Vincenzo’s death record. A Sciacca church record, written in Latin, exists for their marriage on January 8, 1736, but it is extremely difficult to read. The Admin from the Italian Genealogical Records Facebook group says that it reads “Pietro’s father is the late Lorenzo” and “his mother the living Luciana Trapani?” I believe the question mark is because it’s so hard to read the mother’s surname. Aurelia’s parents names can be read and translated to Giovanni and Giovanna, but Giovanna’s surname is extremely hard to read. (Mouse over and click on their church marriage record image left to enlarge in a new window or tab.)

Family trees found on Familysearch.org in the IGI, Ancestral Files, and Pedigree Resource Files contain much undocumented information about this family. It seems as though someone has researched the old Sciacca church records recorded in Latin and others have translated the Latin names into Italian names. The information is very detailed and includes a marriage in Sciacca for Petri and Aurelia on January 8, 1736; their birth years of 1714 and 1718, respectively; their parents names-Santo Laurentis Maniscalco and his wife Vicenzis Luciana Trapani, and Joannis Aucenj SanFilippo and his wife Joanna Sesino, Jesino, or Iesino; and a total of  up to twelve children (of Pietro and Aurelia). One can see how someone could come up with these names, but upon further inspection of the marriage document, it is obvious there are errors in these translations. For example, they say Pietro’s mother’s name is Vicenzis Luciana Trapani, but the word before Luciana is actually Viventis, which means the living. So it would read the living Luciana, then her surname which may or may not be Trapani. Also the Santo as the father’s name is actually not Santo, but another term, probably an abbreviation for defuncti, used to indicate he was deceased.

What is documented is that they had at least two other sons, besides ancestor Vincenzo, whose birthdates are unknown, born in Sciacca. The first is Michele, whose hand-written death record states he died at 81 years old on April 19, 1821, putting his birth at about 1740, which almost matches the Michele mentioned below. His father is listed as the deceased Pietro, who was also a sailor, but where the mother’s name is usually written, Michele’s wife’s name is listed. Secondly, Giovanni Antonio Maniscalco, whose death record in the Italia, Morti e Sepolture, 1809-1900 collection states that he was a Marinaro, a sailor who died at home in Quartiero Madrice.on January 1, 1832, gives both his  deceased mother and father’s names but neither his age nor a spouse is listed on this record, so he may have never married. These two sons are also listed in the twelve mentioned below.

It is difficult to determine exactly how many children there were, as the names are listed in both Latin and Italian by different researchers. Here is the information that seems to make sense about the children, who were all born and raised in Sciacca, taken from all sources — Lorenzo, the eldest son named after Pietro’s father, who some researchers call Laurentius, the Latin name for Lorenzo, was probably born about 1737, and was married on May 31, 1767, to Giuseppa, whose surname is either Rizzuto or Mandracchia; Luciana Vincenzia born on April 16, 1739, was named after Pietro’s mother and died apparently before she was 6 years old; Joannes, who may really be a prior Giovanni to the one mentioned in the above paragraph, is also called Giacomo, was born on August 20, 1740, and died at 11 years old on September 16, 1751; Michael Vincenzius, called Michele, mentioned above, was baptized on September 29, 1741, and is said to have married Giuseppa Farina; another Luciana but with the middle name of Maria, is also called Luigia Maria, was born on August 4, 1746, and married Michelangelo La Rocca, the brother of ancestor Filippa La Rocca on January 27, 1777, the same day her brother ancestor Vincenzo Maniscalco married Filippa; Joannes Antoninus, born on October 13, 1749, who it seems is the Giovanni Antonio mentioned above, and is also called Giacomo; Vincentius Joannes Antoninus, who seems to be ancestor Vincenzo (see his baptism record above); Joannes Antoninus, also called Giacomo, was baptized on March 7, 1756, and married Anna Maria Corrao on January 12, 1783; Aloisia Josepha, also called Luigia, was born on July 15, 1758; and lastly Lucia Maria, who is also called Luigia Maria or Lucia was born on August 5, 1762. Those who added this undocumented information on the family, may have done research into other early Sciacca records, or had family bibles to research.However they came upon this info, it would have been helpful if they attached sources to this information.

To confuse matters more, there is a 1747 Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italia Riveli (tax return) record found for a Pietro and Aurelia Maniscalco, with two young sons, 10 year-old Lorenzo and 6 year-old Michele. This Riveli record lists Pietro’s parents as Dom[eni]co and Anna Maniscalco. Could this possibly be our ancestors and an error was made recording his parents names on this Riveli or is this document for another Pietro and Aurelia? Why if his father’s name is Domenico, don’t they have an older son named after him? Could the hand written DomCo actually be LornZo? Could Anna be short for Luciana? This Riveli is displayed here for your review because this researcher believes this record may be for our ancestors.. (Mouse over and click on their 1747 Riveli record image right to enlarge in a new window or tab.)

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Antonino La Rocca was probably born in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italia. He was one of two known children born to Giuseppe La Rocca and his wife Filippa Catania. His parents names came from his Latin church marriage document, where his father is listed as deceased, but his mother was still alive. Antonino married Fara Santangelo on October 8, 1741, in Sciacca at the Mother Church, Basilica of Maria Santissima del Soccorso. On this same date, his sister Grazia married his bride’s brother Pietro, probably in a double wedding.

There is a 1747 Sciacca Riveli (tax return) which seems to be for them, but it has different names for Antonino’s parents - Francesco and Anna La Rocca. Antonino’s age, the names and ages of the two sons that they had at the time all fit with these ancestors. Did who ever gave the info get it wrong or is this not for our ancestors? (Mouse over and click on their 1747 Riveli record image left to enlarge in a new window or tab.) This Riveli is not dated, but it was taken in 1747 and 1748, so ages may be off by a year.

It is not known when Antonino La Rocca died, but it was before his eldest son Giuseppe’s death on February 1, 1822. Nothing more is known about Antonino La Rocca orhis parents.

 

Fara Santangelo was the daughter of Rosa Montalbano and her first husband Calogero Santangelo. She married Antonino La Rocca on October 8, 1741, in Sciacca at the Mother Church. Her parents names came from this Latin church marriage document, where her father is listed as deceased, but her mother was still alive. (Mouse over and click on their Latin church marriage record image right to enlarge in a new window or tab.) Her name on this document reads Pharam, but she was called Fara on all but one record, where she is called Epifania. Her brother Pietro was married at the same time she was. Her name, Pharam, is also written in his marriage statement, so she may have been a witness to his marriage.

Records and the 1747 Riveli, mentioned in her husband's bio, give the names of the five sons who were born and died in Sciacca, three born before and two after ancestor Filippa – Giuseppe, named after his paternal grandfather, was born about 1743, listed as age 5 on the Riveli and died on February 1, 1822, a Marinaro; Calgero was listed as 2 years old on the Riveli, so born about 1745, but no other records for him have been found; Michelangelo was born about 1751, married twice, first Luciana Maniscalco and then Anna Barone, he was also a Marinaro who lived in Quartiero San Michele, and died on March 20, 1831; son Francesco, was born about 1769, married Angela Soldano Alias Imperiale, had several children, and died a Marinaro in a Sciacca hospital on January 24, 1825; and the La Rocca’s last known son Carmelo, was born about 1772, married Vincenza Bivona, had children, lived in Quartiero Santo Vito and died a Marinaro on June 25, 1832, twenty years before his wife’s death The death information about these sons comes from the Italia, Morti e Sepolture, 1809-1900 collection.

It is not known when Fara Santangelo died, but it was before the death of her eldest son Giuseppe’s on February 1, 1822.

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Giovanni SanFilippo and Giovanna Sesino’s names are listed as Aurelia’s parents on her Latin marriage document pictured above, but this document is extremely hard to read, especially Giovanna’s surname. The undocumented information referred to above in Aurelia’s bio for Joannis Aucenj SanFilippo gives his birth year as 1692 and his wife Joanna Sesino’s birth year as 1696. In another Family Search Tree, Aurelia’s parents are listed as Giovanni SanFilippo and Giovanna Sesino, which goes along with the Latin to Italian translations.

In the 1747 Riveli (tax return) there is a Giovanni and Giovanna SanFilippo living together without children in Sciacca. His age is given as 83, which means his birth year was about 1664. If they are Aurelia’s parents, her father was about 54 years-old when she was born. His wife Giovanna, was apparently much younger than him. Unfortunately, the Riveli does not record the maiden names or ages of females, but it does state that Giovanne’s parents were Francesco and Caterina SanFilippo. This researcher believes these are Aurelia’s parents and grandparents. (Mouse over and click on Giovanni's 1747 Riveli record image right to enlarge in a new window or tab.)

Digging deeper, this researcher has found a 1683 Riveli for a 66 year-old Francesco SanFilippo and his wife Caterina, which calculates his birth year to 1617. This could be our Giovanni’s parents. They do not have any children listed and not much is written on it, so they probably did not own that much. It does state that Francesco is the son of Natale, no surname given, so it is assumed Natale is Francesco’s father. (Mouse over and click on Francesco's 1683 Riveli record image left to enlarge in a new window or tab.) This assumption is based on the fact that the female version of this name would be Natala, and on Riveli’s, if one name is mentioned it is usually the fathers. A 1652 Riveli has been found for an Accursia SanFillippo, a “virgin” and her 42 year-old brother Francesco, whose parents names are Natali and Antonia. What is interesting is that this tax record is not in Francesco’s name, but in Accursia’s name, meaning she owned everything. How a single woman became the owner of property in 1652, is a mystery. There are 2 paragraphs of information on this document, but this researcher can not translate any of it.

What is known for certain, is that both Giovanni SanFilippo and his wife Giovanna Sesino were alive when their daughter Aurelia was married on January 8, 1736. Unfortunately, that is all that is known about them.

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Not much is known about Rosa Montalbano and Calogero Santangelo. What is known comes from their daughter Fara Santangelo's marriage document, which is in her bio. Calogero was Rosa’s first husband, and they had at least two children, both married on the same day to a set of siblings — ancestor Fara and her brother Pietro, who married ancestor Antonino La Rocca’s sister Grazia. Calogero died sometime prior to marriages of their children, as by that time, Rosa was married to Felice Riportella. In those days, a widow would not have married right away after her husband’s death, so she may have been widowed for some time. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about them.
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