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Kim (#47067782)
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Bio Photo I am interested in finding the family names of:
DI ROBERTO,BRANDANO, HUTTER, ARTINGER,IANNIELLO, PIERSANTE,GIBISER,SOMMER. (All with varients of spelling.)
Many graves I have listed are not family members but listed when I have visited cemeteries, in the hopes of helping other people find their family.
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AngelWings
TY
Grazie Kim!!!! I am ecstatic to have found Gino thanks to you!!!! Appreciate the transfer. :)

Added by AngelWings on Sep 06, 2014 5:50 PM
Anonymous
Question Valeri and Cemetery
I am interested in the family names of:
Valeri
Valerio
We think My grandfather came from the town of Sant' Eusanio in the L'Aquila region.
Do you know of a family name still in this town. Your grave entries on "Findagrave" use the name of Valeri.

I can't find the exact location of the "Cimitero Vittorito" on a map.
What is the name and location of that cemetery.

Ciao Nicholas
U.S.A.
Added by Anonymous on Feb 27, 2014 4:42 PM
DeniseL
Mary Di Roberts
Kim, I will transfer her to you as she is your family. Sorry, I do not know how to load pictures and can't open the obit. Thanks for caring about her and sorry for your loss.
Added by DeniseL on Nov 17, 2013 6:03 PM
Nick Baccante
thank you
hi Kim
I just signed up on Find a Grave, what a great resource!
I was very pleased to find information on the Gagliardi side of my family, I was born in Sulmona and lived there till my mid teens and have lots of info from the Sulmona Cemetery, but didn't get a channce to go to Popoli last time I went back a couple of years ago.
The info you posted will give me additional info for my geneaology file

thanks very much
Nick
Added by Nick Baccante on Sep 06, 2013 11:09 PM
Anonymous
RE: Anna Camarra
Kim,
Thank you for your note. Anna Camarra was married to my cousin Emidio Lattanzio. Although Emidio died and is buried in Popoli, Anna came to the U.S. and lived in Hartford, CT. Also I have saved the information on Michele Domenicucci who died 24 Dec 1920 in Popoli. He was also a cousin of mine. If you have connections would you please check on ancestry and then send me a note.
Regards
Tony Lattanzio
Added by Anonymous on Apr 17, 2013 10:31 AM
Anonymous
Cimitero di Popoli, Italy
Kim,
I was able to add the information you had for a cousin of my who was buried in Cimitero di Popoli, Italy. Would you please let me know how I can get other photo of my relatives that are buried there. My family is from Popoli and my great grand father, Antonio Lattanzio, born 7 May 1836 - died 14 Oct 1872, is buried there.
Regards
Tony Lattanzio
Added by Anonymous on Apr 11, 2013 11:27 AM
Lucius Bonekamp
Ciitero di Popoli
Grazie per aver contribuito co i miei famigliari sepolti nel cimitero di Popoli.
Lucius Occhiolini
Added by Lucius Bonekamp on Mar 20, 2013 3:34 AM
Lisa
Verrico - Ianniello
Hey Kim! Thank you for adding the Ianniello family. My g-grandfather was Rocco Ianniello, son of Pasquale Ianniello and Arcangela Verrico.
Added by Lisa on Mar 10, 2013 9:58 AM
Kristen (Tozer) Kellick
Horvatis plot in Austria
Do you have any further information or photos of the Horvatis/Horvatits plot you photographed in Austria (33433182)? I have family that came from Stinatz, not too far away, and so it is likely I'm distantly related. I would love any additional information available!
Added by Kristen (Tozer) Kellick on Oct 31, 2012 7:55 AM
Somebleu Volunteer
Clementina Di Roberto
I see you have Di Roberto listed on ur profile. R U related to Clementina Di Roberto (1817 - 1886) ? She is my 3rd great grandmother. Husband is Giuseppe Diodati 1817 ?

Added by Somebleu Volunteer on Apr 03, 2011 3:00 PM
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