Calogero Sabella's Ancestors

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The church records on this page were obtained from the research of  Raimondo Lentini of the GenAG - Genealogie Agrigentine Facebook group. Translations provided by members of the GenAG - Genealogie Agrigentine and the Italian Genealogical Records Facebook groups.

Note that the Latin months September thru December are often written in numbers, 7ber, 8ber, 9ber and 10ber, respectively.

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Antonino Sabella was born about 1707, probably in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy, to Angela di Mino and her husband Onofrio Sabella. He married Caterina Friscia on November 25, 1725, at the Mother Church in Sciacca. Caterina was the daughter of Anna Lo Presti and Giuseppe Friscia. (Mouse over and click on their Latin church marriage record image right to enlarge it in a new window or tab.)

There is a 1747 Sciacca Rivelo (Tax Return) for a 40 year-old Antonino Sabella who has a wife named, Caterina, and seven children, whose names fit with their ancestors. (Mouse over and click on their 1747 Rivelo record image left to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) The children’s names as listed on the Rivelo are as follows — eldest son, 15 year-old Calogero;  a 13 year-old son named Onofrio, who was born about 1734, was probably named after Antonino’s father; an 11 year-old son named Accursio, who was born about 1736; three daughters whose ages are not given Angela, who was probably named after Antonino’s mother, was possibly born in 1738; Anna, who was probably named after Caterina’s father, was possibly born in 1740; and Maria, who was possibly born in 1742; and lastly a 4 year-old son Giuseppe, who was probably named after Caterina’s mother, was born about 1743. Being that this Rivelo is dated 22 years after Antonino and Caterina were married, they probably had other children prior to those listed. It is very possibly they had an older Onofrio, who could have died prior to the second one being born. There is no solid proof that this is our Antonino and Caterina’s family, as his parents are not listed on it. After searching the 1747 Riveli, this Antonino and Catarina Sabella seem to be the best candidates our ancestors. This document also shows us that Antonino did not have any taxable assets.

It is not known when Antonino and Caterina died, but he was deceased and she was still alive on November 5, 1752, the date their son Calogero was married. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about them.

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Onofrio Sabella was born in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy, the son of Margarita Farina and her husband Calogero Sabella. His birth date is unknown because there isn’t a baptism record for Onofrio as a first name for these parents. However, three of their children had Onofrio as a middle name (see his parents bio for more on this). After eliminating one of them, ancestor Onofrio could have been born in 1661 or 1673. To this researcher, the one baptized as Joseph Onofrio on September 18, 1673, seems most likely.  For now, his birthdate will remain a mystery.

On November 9, 1692, in Sciacca,Onofrio entered into a notarial marriage contract before notary Stefano Baccimeo, to marry Angela di Mino. (Mouse over and click on their marriage contract record image upper right to enlarge in a new window or tab.) Almost a year later on October 4th, 11th and 18th of 1693, church banns were read for Onofrio to marry her. Angela was baptized as Angela Santa at the mother church in Sciacca on January 30, 1674, the daughter of Leonarda Modica, and her husband Paolo di Mino. (Mouse over and click on her Latin baptism record image left to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) Onofrio and Angela were married one day less than a year from the contract date, on November 8, 1693, at the Mother Church in Sciacca. (Mouse over and click on their Latin church marriage record image lower right to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) This Latin marriage document is very difficult to read due to bleed through.

Onofrio and Angela had at least three other children besides ancestor Antonino, who were all baptized at the mother church in Sciacca on the dates shown — Margarita Rosa Arcangela on October 27, 1697; Leonarda Maria on November 7, 1701; and Salvator Antonino on December 25, 1703. These are their documented children found to date, but they probably had several other children.

It is not known when Onofrio and Angela died but he was alive and she was deceased on November 25, 1725, when their son Antonino was married. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about Onofrio and Angelaat this time.

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Giuseppe Friscia was born about 1672 to parents Anna Vela and Filippo Friscia, probably in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy. He was the brother of ancestor Antonino Friscia whose descendants go down to Caterina Friscia who married Accursio Sabella.

Giuseppe married Anna Lo Presti on July 17, 1701, in Sciacca. (Mouse over and click on their Latin church marriage record image left to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) Anna was also probably born in Sciacca, the daughter of Caterina Biddilla and Leonardo Lo Presti. Giuseppe and Anna had at least six children. Of these children, five are documented on his Sciacca 1714 Rivelo (tax record) and two of them were daughters who were both ancestors — Caterina (mentioned above) and Rosa, who married ancestor Calogero Indelicato. The children listed in the following order on the Rivelo are — ten year-old Filippo, born about 1704, the eldest son, was named after Giuseppe’s father, married Antonia Abbruzzo in Sciacca on November 22, 1728; eight year old Giovanni, born about 1706 is listed next, who on January 18, 1728, married Maria Abruzzo; then the two ancestor daughters Caterina then Rosa; and an infant son named Leonardo, named after his mother’s father. (Mouse over and click on their 1747 Rivelo record image right to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) Being that this infant was named after his maternal grandfather, suggests that they had another son named Leonardo after Filippo was born, who probably died after Giovanni was born. The sixth child, a daughter named Calogera, was born after this Rivelo was recorded, was married in Sciacca in January of 1748.

Nothing is known about Anna’s father except two brief mentions in Pellegrino Mortillaro’s transcription of Andrea Randazzo un notaio storico, that may be this Leonardo. In volume two there is an entry that states that on August 17, 1683, a Testamento of Leonardo Presti was given before notary Ignazio Baccimeo. This usually means he wrote his will. In volume one of the same book, for July 14, 1684, it states, Inventory by Leonardo Lo Presti. This could be his death date, as he is listed as deceased on Anna’s marriage document. Anna’s mother, Caterina, was alive when her daughter married. Her surname of Biddilla or Bidditta is assumed as in Anna’s marriage document, she is listed as Anna Lo Presti, alias Biddilla. On other marriage documents, alias is usually the mother’s surname, and it is used on this document in the same manner in Giuseppe’s name.

It is not known when Giuseppe and Anna died, but it was after January 16, 1731, the date their daughter Rosa was married. Unfortunately nothing else is known about Giuseppe, Anna or her parents.

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Calogero Sabella was baptized as an infant as Calogero Antonino on June 3, 1626, at St. Michele’s church in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy. (Mouse over and click on his Latin baptism record image right to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) He is one of four known children of Caterina Catena and her husband Sebastiano Sabella. On June 6th, 10th and 12th church banns were read for Calogero to marry Margarita Farina. They married on June 16, 1647, at St. Michele’s church in Sciacca. Their marriage record is very difficult to read, but it is clear that their parents are not listed on it. All it says is they were both from Sciacca. (Mouse over and click on their Latin church marriage record image left to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) Margarita’s parents are not known. Calogero and Margarita are the parents of two ancestors, Onofrio and Anna.

Calogero and Margarita had at least nine children, all born and baptized at St Michele’s church in Sciacca on the following dates — Francesca Calogera, on October 6, 1653, who married on September 1, 1693, her second husband, Giovanni, the grandson of ancestors Antonio Bivona and Maria Benivento; Antonia Sebastiana was born on February 10, 1656, and baptized the next day with a middle name which is the female version of her paternal grandfather’s given name; Agostino Onofrio Santo on November 2, 1658, who married Angela, the daughter of ancestors Sebastiano and Paola Navarra on June 20, 1677; Sebastiano, named after his paternal grandfather, was born on April 2, 1661, and baptized the next day as Sebastianus Honuphrius Cosmoa Liborius (Honuphrius is the Latim name for Onofrio); Margarita Beatrix Francesca was born on July 19, 1663, and baptized the next day; Vincenzo Paulo Sebastianus was born on October 22, 1664, and baptized the next day, with a middle name of his paternal grandfather’s given name; ancestor Anna; Giuseppe was born on September 18, 1673, and baptized the next day as Joseph Onofrio; and Giovanna who was baptized as Joanna Anna Maria on March 23, 1674. Note that none of their sons had a first name of Onofrio, but three of them had it for a middle name. Out of these three only one, Agostino can be eliminated because he married someone else. This leaves only Sebatiano and Giuseppe. Which one is the ancestor is unknown, but it seems most likely it was the one baptized as Joseph in 1673.

It is not known when Calogero and Margarita died but they were alive on November 8, 1693, when their son ancestor Onofrio was married. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about them.

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Paolo diMino was baptized as Paulus Vincenzo on January 21, 1643, at the mother church in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy, the son of Antonino diMino and his wife Angela Turturici. (Mouse over and click on his Latin baptism record image upper right to enlarge it in a new window or tab.)

On July 10th, 17th, and 22nd, church banns were read for Paolo to marry Leonarda Modica. She was born on August 15, 1650, in Sciacca and baptized as Leonarda Antonina the next day at the mother church, the daughter of Simone Modica and his wife Onofria Vinci. (Mouse over and click on her Latin baptism record image lower right to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) She is the third child listed on her parents 1652 Sciacca Rivelo (see the Rivelo in her parents bio). Paolo and Leonarda were married in Sciacca on August 1, 1667, the same day that his sister ancestor Antonia, and her older brother ancestor Francesco were married, probably in a double wedding. (Mouse over and click on their church marriage record image left to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) Leonarda’s descendants go down the Sabella line and Francesco’s go down the Marotta line.

Seven Sciacca mother church baptisms records have been found for the children of Paolo and Leonarda Mino as follows — Antonino Domenico baptized on January 16, 1671, named after his father’s father, who probably died before his eighth birthday; ancestor Angela; Joseph Phillipo Joseph on March 18, 1676; Antonino Onofrio on October 8, 1678, was named after his father’s father; Antonia Leonarda Jacoba on September 26, 1680; Calogero Simone on June 26, 1683, the second son named after his mother’s father; and Theresia Anna Benvenuta on December 16, 1691. There is also another eighth child, a son named Domenico, who is documented by his marriage to Maria Rizzuto in Sciacca on April 9, 1714. A baptism record hasn’t been found for him yet. On ancestor Angela and her brother Domenico’s marriage documents Paolo’s name is listed with an alias, Tramontana. The word alias has been used on other marriage documents to state the surname of the person’s mother. It is not known if that is what it means here, but experts have told me it might refer to a female ancestor of Paolo’s whose surname was Tramontana. What is interesting is that it is not used on Paolo and Leonarda’s marriage document

It is not known when Paolo and Leonarda died, but they both were alive when their daughter ancestor Angela was married on November 8, 1693, but deceased by the time their son Domenico was married in 1714. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about them.

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Sebastiano Sabella was baptized on January 8, 1576, at the mother church in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy, with the middle name of Calogero. He is one of two known children of Angela Benfari and her husband Democrito Magnifico Sabella, but he also had five older half sisters. His baptism record is clearly written, but with several misspellings, which makes reading his entire given name difficult. (Mouse over and click on his Latin baptism record image right to enlarge it in a new window or tab.)   

In Sciacca in about 1594, Sebastiano married first a woman named Leonarda, surname unknown. They had at least eleven children all baptized at the St. Michele church in Sciacca on the dates shown — Filippa Dorothea on October 4, 1595; Antonino Francesco on October 21, 1596; Vincenzo Antonino on October 15, 1598; Angelica Calogera on January 8, 1600; Angelica Virginea on December 3, 1602; Michael Vito on February 28, 1604; Angela Domenica on August 3, 1605; Maria Juilia on January 8, 1608;  Giovanni, just 11 months later on November 5, 1608; Michele on March 17, 1610, who died at 6 months old on October 4, 1610; and another Michele on September 11, 1611, who married Antonella Mancuso at the St. Vito church in Sciacca on October 29, 1628. Sebastiano’s wife Leonarda died on December 27, 1618, and was buried at the St. Michele church. Less than 2 months later Sebastiano remarried.

On February 11, 1619, at St. Michele’s church in Sciacca, he married Caterina Catena, the daughter of Pietro Catena and his wife Giovanna, whose surname is unknown. (Mouse over and click on their church marriage record image left to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) Sebastiano and Caterina had at least five more children, all baptized at the St. Michele church in Sciacca on the dates shown — Thomas Joseph on December 22, 1619; Vito Gaspare on June 3, 1626; ancestor Calogero; Pietro Joannes on June 25, 1629, who was probably named after his mother’s father; and Michele, who was baptized as Michael Isadori Petrius on September 29, 1634.

All that is known about Caterina’s parents is that her father and mother were deceased on the day she was married. It is not known when Sebastiano and Caterina died. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about Sebastiano, Caterina and her parents Pietro and Giovanni.

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Democrito Sabella was baptized in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy, in May of 1537, the son of Valentiana Ferraro and her husband Antonino Sabella. The actual baptism date is unknown as the only record is an index of it. His given name is spelled several different ways, as on the Latin baptism index (pictured left) it is spelled Demortra. Some of the records spell his surname differently, as in his first marriage, which is recorded as “Democrito Isabella, son of Antonio, and Valentiana Isabella Ferrario,” married first Nunzia Perollo on August 17, 1559, in Sciacca. They had at least five daughters and one son together, all born and baptized at the mother church in Sciacca. These baptism records are very hard to read, so their names are uncertain. They are as follows — Marcella Andriana on March 4, 1560; Angelica Andreina on December 9, 1562; Maria Petra on October 21, 1565; Marietta Lucrezia on December 12, 1568; Marta on February 26, 1572; and within a year later, Antoni Alferi, who was born sometime between November of 1572 and late January of 1573, but wasn’t baptized until October 9, 1573, after his father remarried. He was the first son, so he was named after his paternal grandfather. On his baptism record and his 1592 marriage to Brigida Saluto document, Nunzia is listed as his mother. Nunzia probably died giving birth to him, but death records for this time period are not available for research. Democrito was left with six children, the eldest being 13 years old, and with the chaos of losing a wife and finding someone to take care of his children, he probably forgot to get his son baptized. Within a short period of time, on February 3, 1573, Democrito entered into a notarial contract to marry Angela Benfari. (Mouse over and click on the first page of their marriage contract image left to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) She was probably also from Sciacca, the daughter of  Nicolò Benfari and his wife Giulia Cutrona. Democrito and Angela married at the mother church in Sciacca on March 1, 1573. (Mouse over and click on their Latin church marriage/engagement record image right to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) A short statement that looks like an engagement record is only one line, but there is a 10 page dowry document that is extremely hard to read, where his surname is spelled Ysabella. Being 10 pages long may indicate that both families were somewhat wealthy.

Besides ancestor Sebastiano, Democrito and Angela had at least three other children born in Sciacca. The first two were baptized at the mother church there and the last one at St. Vito’s, as follows — Tommaso Vincenzo, who was baptized as Masi Vinco Mazio on September 5, 1579; daughter Filippa Giacoma who was baptized as Pha Jaca, on December 7, 1581, but listed on the index as Pha Jacoba; and Antonino Thomas on June 7, 1588. They may have had other children, but these are the only ones with baptism records found so far. Angela probably was the only mother known to Nunzia’s last three children.

Democrito was called a Magnifico, like his father. This title translates to magnificent. They “were called the jurors of the time who were the administrators of the city (mayor, councilors of today). Today the title in Italy is held by the dean or rector of universities.”  

It is not known when Democrito and Angela died, but they both were alive when their last child was born in 1588 and deceased by the time their son Antoni was married on January 27, 1592. So they both died sometime within that four year span, but death records are not available to confirm this. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about Democrito and Angela.

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Antonino Sabella was probably born in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy, the son of Margarita Chiravulu and her husband Giuliano Sabella. Like his son, he was called Magnifico, an administrator of the city. Antonino married Valentiana Ferraro on December 2, 1533, in Sciacca. (Mouse over and click on their marriage index image right to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) Their full marriage document no longer exists. This marriage date is taken from a “manuscript containing the indices of the dowries and testaments of the notaries of Sciacca.” Valentiana is the only known daughter of three children born to Andriana Medico and her husband Geronimo Ferraro.

Five mother church baptism records have been found that are most likely the children of  Antonino and Valentiana. There are no detail register records before September of 1543, so the first four are index records only. These index records only list the father’s name and month and year of the baptism. The fifth child has an incomplete detail record with an incorrect surname on the index record. The given names of these children all seem to be in line with ancestor Democrito’s name. They are as follows — Marta Antonia Agrippa in August of 1535; ancestor Democrito; Pamfilia Margarita, was given the middle name of her paternal grandmother in December of 1542; Giulia Caterina, who was named the female version of her paternal grandfather’s name in January of 1543; and Gioanella Angeletta on April 13, 1544. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about Antonino and Valentiana.

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Nicolò Benfari was the son of Antonio Benfari, but it is not known when and where he was born or raised. What is known is that he lived at least part of his adult life in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy, and raised a family there. On February 12, 1529, Nicolò entered into a notarial marriage contract in Sciacca to marry Giulia Cutrona. (Mouse over and click on their marriage contract image right to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) She was the daughter of Aleonora Benfari and her husband Baldassare Cutrona. Unfortunately, church marriage documents are not available for research for this time period, but they probably married soon after the contract was completed.

Nicolò and Giulia had at least six other children besides ancestor Angela, all born and baptized at the mother church in Sciacca.The full detail register records begin in September of 1543, but the index begins in 1528. The available detail baptism records for these children are extremely hard to read. Although the indices are clearer, they only list the month and year of the baptism. They all state the father’s name as Cola, which is what he is called on ancestor Angela’s marriage document. The mother’s name is not mentioned in either the indices or the detail records. The baptism info for these six children is as follows —Margarita in March of 1539; Antonino Joseph Giuseppe in March of 1542; Nicolia in February of 1544; Vita Carmilla in August of 1545; Spuria Benvenuta Novella in August of 1546; and Sebastiano Antonio on January 12, 1548. They probably had other children in the 10 year span before the first child listed here, but they are not in the mother church records, and the other churches’ records don’t go back that far.

Nothing is known about Nicolò’s father, only his name Antonio, is mentioned in Nicolò’s marriage contract. It is also not known when Nicolò and Giulia died, but he was deceased and she was still alive when their daughter ancestor Angela was married on March 3, 1573. For now nothing else is known about them.

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Giuliano Sabella and Margarita Chiravulu’s ancestries are unknown, but they lived in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy. It is estimated that Giuliano was born around 1480. What we know of them comes from their marriage, which is documented in the book, Andrea Randazzo un notaio storico Volume Primo. The author Pellegrino Mortillaro, organized the data, including marriages, from the beginning of the 15th century to the 1700’s that was compiled by the notary Andrea Randazzo, who lived in Sciacca between 1726 and 1756. Mortillaro translated the Latin records into Italian, preserving the data and making it easier to research. It doesn’t give details of the events, just the basic information, but it is a wonderful tool for researchers.

Giuliano and Margarita were married on October 12, 1509, in Sciacca. (Mouse over and click on their marriage contract lististing image left to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) The pictured image is from a dowry deed written by notary Vincenzo Perniciaro, and “is taken from a manuscript containing the indices of the dowries and testaments of the notaries of Sciacca from about 1434 to 1680.” It should be noted that in both documents Giuliano’s surname is spelled Isabella. Their only known child was ancestor Antonino. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about them, so our Sabella line ends with them.

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Geronimo Ferraro is the only known child of Caterina and Baldassare Ferraro. Although his given name was said to be as Girolamo, it is recorded as Geronimo in several places in both volumes of Pellegrino Mortillaro’s book, Andrea Randazzo un notaio storico. There are no records that call him Girolamo. It turns out that Geronimo is the Italian form of the Latin name Hieronymus, meaning holy name, which is of Greek origin. Gerolamo is the Italian form of the Latin name Hieronymus, meaning holy name and Girolamo is a variant spelling of the Italian name Gerolamo, again meaning holy name. So today he would be called Girolamo.

On April 13, 1505, in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy, Geronimo married Andriana Medico, daughter of Antonella Siragusis and her husband Baldassare Medico. (Mouse over and click on their marriage contract lististing image right to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) Geronimo and Andriana had at least three children together, but their birth dates are unknown. They are listed here in the order that they married in Sciacca— Baldassare, named after his grandfathers who was probably the eldest, was married to Laurea Xarrino on February 9, 1521, and after she died married Margarita Graffeo on April 24, 1544; son Giacomo was married to Carmixina Anselmo on September 4, 1549; and lastly ancestor Valentiana. It is almost certain that they had other children, but no documentation has been found for them yet.

Volume 1 of Mortillaro’s book, states that on November 26, 1511, an “agreement between Geronimo Ferraro, and Antonino Medico” was made. This is six years after he married into the Medico family, so this is probably our ancestor. Antonino may be his wife’s brother. Also of interest is a statement for the sale of the Territ. by Carbollaci, where a Gio. Filippo Ferraro is made one of the heirs of Geronimo Ferraro. There are also two inventory entries for the name of Geronimo Ferraro, one dated July 31, 1534, and the other November 27, 1592. It is unknown if these last three statements are for our ancestor or even if they are for the same person. Unfortunately, this is all that’s known about Geronimo, and his wife Andriana.

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Baldassare Cutrona was the son of Giovanni Cutrona and his unnamed wife. It is assumed he was born and raised in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy. On March 19, 1511, notary Marco Perniciaro issued a dowry contract for Baldassare to marry Aleonora Benfari. (Mouse over and click on their marriage contract lististing image right to enlarge it in a new window or tab.) She was also probably from Sciacca, the daughter of Pietro Benfari and his unnamed wife. They probably married soon after this contract was completed, but church records do not exist for this time period. Their only known child was ancestor Giulia.

Little is known about Baldassare and Aleonora, but their fathers were both Sciacca notaries. Giovanni served as a notary in Sciacca from 1489 to 1534 and Pietro served in 1482, 1483 and again from 1492 to 1497. Being that Giovanni served for 43 years, it is likely he died soon after he retired. It is not known when Baldassare and Aleonora died, but there is a marriage contract dated May 4, 1525, for an Aleonora Benfari and Pietro Falco that was issued by notary Giovanni Cutrona. Being that 14 years past since Aleonora married Baldassare, it could be that he died and she remarried or it could be just a coincidence! Unfortunately, nothing else is known about them.

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Caterina and Baldassare Ferraro’s ancestries are unknown, but they lived in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy. What we know of them comes from both volumes of Pellegrino Mortillaro’s book, Andrea Randazzo un notaio storico. Caterina’s surname is not given in any of the records. On January 15, 1494, There is a statement in volume 2 of Mortillaro’s book that translates to “Testament of the magn. Caterina Ferraro wife of Baldassare Ferraro in said Notary.” The abbreviation magn. stands for Magnifico, which means that he was an official of Sciacca. At that time the wives took the same title as their husbands, so Baldassare was some sort of administrator of the city. Giving a testamento meant, that she wrote her will and had it notarized.

Caterina and Baldassare had at least two documented children who both married in Sciacca — ancestor Geronimo and his sister Nicolosa, who married Antonio Panormo on January 3, 1497. They probably had other children, but no records of them have been found. This is all we know about them, so our Ferraro line ends with them.

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Baldassare Medico and Antonella Siragusis’ ancestries are unknown. What we know of them comes from the first volume of Pellegrino Mortillaro’s book, Andrea Randazzo un notaio storico. Baldassare and Antonella lived in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy, and they are the documented parents of ancestor Andriana and two other children. Their children’s birthdates are not known, but they were married in Sciacca in the following order — daughter Autilla married twice, first to Giovanni Antonio Panormo on March 21, 1501, and after he died she married Raimundo Peralta on January 5, 1507; ancestor Andriana; and son Filippo married Giulia Maringo on November 20, 1506. Baldassare and Antonella probably had other children, but no documentation has been found for them. This is all we know about them, so our Medico line ends with them.

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