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Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2000 22:13:37 -0500


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> Hi,
> Is there anyone out there who could tell what this paragraph is saying
> about the family names which are listed here? I suspect it is saying
> something about the families who were living in Valledolmo in 1714???
>
> My grandfather was a Borzilleri: Rosolino Borzilleri (born 1865, died
> 1921, immigrated 1890 from Valledolmo to NY, Buffalo, Brandt and
> finally: Fredonia). He was married in Valledolmo about 1888-89 to
> Antonina (Lena) Latona (born 1871, died 1955). She arrived in the US
> on the SS California on Sept 24, 1890 with their first baby, Mary.
> (John Notaro: Cerda is not far from Valledolmo..about 20 kms as the
> crow flies.) (And Laurie, yes, this is from THAT book.)
>
> "Trentanove anni dopo, nel 1714, per ordine del nuovo Re di Sicilia, il
> savoiardo Vittorio Amedeo II, piovutoci in grazia del Trattato di
> Utrecht del marzo 1713, fu eseguito un altro Rivelo: le famiglie de
> Castelnormanno risultarono 99 con una popolazione di 361 anime,
> sistemate in 122 case, e governate da una regolare amministrazione,
> vale a dire con i suoi magistrati e tre giurati (Marco Scalia, Giovanni
> Vacante e Pietro Caccamisi), la cui firma sofferta rivela il male comune
> summentovato. Diamo ora i nomi dei capifamiglia di questo nuovo
> Rivelo: Allenza, Ammuscato, Barone, Battaglia, Borzilleri,
> Bonaccorso, Biondolillo, Conti, Costantino, Cipolla, Caccamisi,
> Civiletti, Corvino, Dicara, Drago, Di Gioia, Di Leta, Dino, Di Leone,
> Dispenza, Di Maria, i Cola, Ippolito, Fanara Farella, Farullo, Fiderico,
> Guzetta, Greco, Geraci, Giaimo, Gervasi, Giardina, Giambruno,
> Landolina, Loiacono, Leone,Lo Monte, Lo Guercio, Monteleone,
> Manuele, Manzella, Mancuso, Ortolano, Pizzo, Panepinto, Pisa
> Privitera, Provino, Riggio, Rottino, Randazzo, Ricotta, Saletta,
> Sciarrino, Sineri, Scalia, Scanio, Scaccia, Sarullo, Sangiorgio, Tundo,
> Tripi, Teresi, Vacante." From pp 48-49 Valledolmo by Orazio Granata.
>
> Thanks from Jane in Binghamton
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Hi,&nbsp;
Is there anyone out there who could tell what this paragraph is saying
about the family names which are listed here?&nbsp; I suspect it is saying
something about the families who were living in Valledolmo in 1714???

My grandfather was a Borzilleri:&nbsp; Rosolino Borzilleri (born 1865, died
1921, immigrated 1890 from Valledolmo to NY, Buffalo, Brandt and
finally: Fredonia).&nbsp; He was married in Valledolmo about 1888-89 to
Antonina (Lena) Latona (born 1871, died 1955).&nbsp; She arrived in the US
on the SS California on Sept 24, 1890 with their first baby, Mary.&nbsp;&nbsp;
(John Notaro:&nbsp; Cerda is not far from Valledolmo..about 20 kms as the
crow flies.)&nbsp; (And Laurie, yes, this is from THAT book.)&nbsp;

"Trentanove anni dopo, nel 1714, per ordine del nuovo Re di Sicilia, il
savoiardo Vittorio Amedeo II, piovutoci in grazia del Trattato di
Utrecht del marzo 1713, fu eseguito un altro Rivelo: le famiglie de
Castelnormanno risultarono 99 con una popolazione di 361 anime,
sistemate in 122 case, e governate da una regolare amministrazione,
vale a dire con i suoi magistrati e tre giurati (Marco Scalia, Giovanni
Vacante e Pietro Caccamisi), la cui firma sofferta rivela il male comune
summentovato.&nbsp; Diamo ora i nomi dei capifamiglia di questo nuovo
Rivelo:&nbsp; Allenza, Ammuscato, Barone, Battaglia, Borzilleri,
Bonaccorso, Biondolillo, Conti, Costantino, Cipolla, Caccamisi,
Civiletti, Corvino, Dicara, Drago, Di Gioia, Di Leta, Dino, Di Leone,
Dispenza, Di Maria, i Cola, Ippolito, Fanara Farella, Farullo, Fiderico,
Guzetta, Greco, Geraci, Giaimo, Gervasi, Giardina, Giambruno,
Landolina, Loiacono, Leone,Lo Monte, Lo Guercio, Monteleone,
Manuele, Manzella, Mancuso, Ortolano, Pizzo, Panepinto, Pisa
Privitera, Provino, Riggio, Rottino, Randazzo, Ricotta, Saletta,
Sciarrino, Sineri, Scalia, Scanio, Scaccia, Sarullo, Sangiorgio, Tundo,
Tripi, Teresi, Vacante."&nbsp; From pp 48-49 Valledolmo by Orazio Granata.

Thanks from Jane in Binghamton</pre>
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Hi,
Is there anyone out there who could tell what this paragraph is saying
about the family names which are listed here? I suspect it is saying
something about the families who were living in Valledolmo in 1714???

My grandfather was a Borzilleri: Rosolino Borzilleri (born 1865, died
1921, immigrated 1890 from Valledolmo to NY, Buffalo, Brandt and
finally: Fredonia). He was married in Valledolmo about 1888-89 to
Antonina (Lena) Latona (born 1871, died 1955). She arrived in the US on
the SS California on Sept 24, 1890 with their first baby, Mary. (John
Notaro: Cerda is not far from Valledolmo..about 20 kms as the crow
flies.) (And Laurie, yes, this is from THAT book.)

"Trentanove anni dopo, nel 1714, per ordine del nuovo Re di Sicilia, il
savoiardo Vittorio Amedeo II, piovutoci in grazia del Trattato di
Utrecht del marzo 1713, fu eseguito un altro Rivelo: le famiglie de
Castelnormanno risultarono 99 con una popolazione di 361 anime,
sistemate in 122 case, e governate da una regolare amministrazione, vale
a dire con i suoi magistrati e tre giurati (Marco Scalia, Giovanni
Vacante e Pietro Caccamisi), la cui firma sofferta rivela il male comune
summentovato. Diamo ora i nomi dei capifamiglia di questo nuovo
Rivelo: Allenza, Ammuscato, Barone, Battaglia, Borzilleri, Bonaccorso,
Biondolillo, Conti, Costantino, Cipolla, Caccamisi, Civiletti, Corvino,
Dicara, Drago, Di Gioia, Di Leta, Dino, Di Leone, Dispenza, Di Maria, i
Cola, Ippolito, Fanara Farella, Farullo, Fiderico, Guzetta, Greco,
Geraci, Giaimo, Gervasi, Giardina, Giambruno, Landolina, Loiacono,
Leone,Lo Monte, Lo Guercio, Monteleone, Manuele, Manzella, Mancuso,
Ortolano, Pizzo, Panepinto, Pisa Privitera, Provino, Riggio, Rottino,
Randazzo, Ricotta, Saletta, Sciarrino, Sineri, Scalia, Scanio, Scaccia,
Sarullo, Sangiorgio, Tundo, Tripi, Teresi, Vacante." From pp 48-49
Valledolmo by Orazio Granata.

Thanks from Jane in Binghamton

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Hi,
<br>Is there anyone out there who could tell what this paragraph is saying
about the family names which are listed here?&nbsp; I suspect it is saying
something about the families who were living in Valledolmo in 1714???
<p>My grandfather was a Borzilleri:&nbsp; Rosolino Borzilleri (born 1865,
died 1921, immigrated 1890 from Valledolmo to NY, Buffalo, Brandt and finally:
Fredonia).&nbsp; He was married in Valledolmo about 1888-89 to Antonina
(Lena) Latona (born 1871, died 1955).&nbsp; She arrived in the US on the
SS California on Sept 24, 1890 with their first baby, Mary.&nbsp;&nbsp;
(John Notaro:&nbsp; Cerda is not far from Valledolmo..about 20 kms as the
crow flies.)&nbsp; (And Laurie, yes, this is from THAT book.)
<p>"Trentanove anni dopo, nel 1714, per ordine del nuovo Re di Sicilia,
il savoiardo Vittorio Amedeo II, piovutoci in grazia del Trattato di Utrecht
del marzo 1713, fu eseguito un altro <i>Rivelo</i>: le famiglie de Castelnormanno
risultarono 99 con una popolazione di 361 anime, sistemate in 122 case,
e governate da una regolare amministrazione, vale a dire con i suoi magistrati
e tre giurati (Marco Scalia, Giovanni Vacante e Pietro Caccamisi), la cui
firma sofferta rivela il male comune summentovato.&nbsp; Diamo ora i nomi
dei capifamiglia di questo nuovo <i>Rivelo</i>:&nbsp; Allenza, Ammuscato,
Barone, Battaglia, Borzilleri, Bonaccorso, Biondolillo, Conti, Costantino,
Cipolla, Caccamisi, Civiletti, Corvino, Dicara, Drago, Di Gioia, Di Leta,
Dino, Di Leone, Dispenza, Di Maria, i Cola, Ippolito, Fanara Farella, Farullo,
Fiderico, Guzetta, Greco, Geraci, Giaimo, Gervasi, Giardina, Giambruno,
Landolina, Loiacono, Leone,Lo Monte, Lo Guercio, Monteleone, Manuele, Manzella,
Mancuso, Ortolano, Pizzo, Panepinto, Pisa Privitera, Provino, Riggio, Rottino,
Randazzo, Ricotta, Saletta, Sciarrino, Sineri, Scalia, Scanio, Scaccia,
Sarullo, Sangiorgio, Tundo, Tripi, Teresi, Vacante."&nbsp; From pp 48-49
<u>Valledolmo</u> by Orazio Granata.
<p>Thanks from Jane in Binghamton</html>

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