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Re: Salvatore Fortunato Esposito inteso Palumbo and Epifania Petarra
Posted by: Lisa Palumbo (ID *****5564) Date: January 04, 2009 at 02:41:19
In Reply to: Salvatore Fortunato Esposito inteso Palumbo and Epifania Petarra by Kim Running of 223

The more I think about this, the more certain I am that we are cousins.

Knowing how Italians named their children confirms this. All of Vincenzo's seven or so children's names were anglicised, but I know that Aunt Fanny was named Epifania and uncle "Fenon" (actually a more French pronunciation) was named Fortunato, and I think, and maybe Uncle Sam was really Salvatore.

One of Salvatore and Epifania's sons went to Trinidad, Colorado. Maybe Salvatore? I heard that one son went to Argentina. I had no idea there was another son and a daughter.

Which of Salavatore's children is your great grandparent? Also, I believe that "inteso" translates as "intended," but what does that mean in this case?

Lisa Palumbo


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