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Re: Ciro, a/k/a Cerio A. DiMarco
Posted by: Jane Date: June 23, 2001 at 19:39:49
In Reply to: Re: Ciro, a/k/a Cerio A. DiMarco by Cerio A. DiMarco of 177

I had a similar situation with my grandfather from Bisacquino, Giuseppe Mule. The other Giuseppe Mule who came to N.O. with him was his first cousin, both having been named after their paternal grandfather.

I have done research in Bisacquino back to the 1500's using sacramental records. I can tell you for sure that the DiMarco family was there in the Mid 1500's. That name is one that can be easily recognized in the Latin documents. Many time all I can read is the name!!!!!!!!

The earliest DiMarco I copied a certificate for is the 1815 birth of a Cyrus born to Calogero and Leonarda Failla. (Baptism record # 439)

Leonarda and Calogerus were married on 2/8/1813. (Marriage record # 222) The names of their parents are also listed. Calogerus's father was Cyrus!!!!!

Jane


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