I am trying to get in touch with the descendants of Luigi (Luis) Zolezzi who was born in Sestri Levante, Genoa, Italy about 1870 and who immigrated from Sestri Levante, Genoa, Italy, to Argentina with his parents, Bartolomeo Zolezzi and Maria Cordiviola, about 1870. This Luigi Zolezzi married María Louisa Macchiavello in Argentina. I have a letter written by this Luigi (Luis) Zolezzi to his older brother (my ancestor), also named Luigi (Louis) Zolezzi in San Jose, California, USA, in which he said that he had 7 children, 5 daughter between age 7 and 14 and two older sons, one who was married (no names given).
From the information I have gathered so far, the Luigi Zolezzi from Argentina had the following children:
1. Manuel Zolezzi who married and had at least one child named Carlos Zolezzi.
2. Aquino Zolezzi who married Blanca Cardoso and had at least one child named Enrique Zolezzi.
3. Clara Zolezzi who married a Mr. Brunner. They had at least two children named Gladys Brunner who married a Mr. Amlier (and had two children Sylvia and Julietta) and Lugui Brunner.
4. Virginia M. Zolezzi who married Emilio Teófilo Chillier. They had at least one child named Gladys Chillier who married Amilcar Fucaraccio (and they had at least two children named Sylvia Fucaraccio and Juanita Fucaraccio).
5. Unknown (female )Zolezzi
6. Unknown (female) Zolezzi
7. Unknown (female) Zolezzi
Other children of Bartolomeo Zolezzi and Maria Cordiviola who immigrated to Argentina were Julia Zolezzi, born in Italy in 1861 (she moved from Argentina to San Francisco, California (USA) between 1870-1880 and remained the rest of her life in California), Estafano Zolezzi (who married and had at least one child, Ermelinda Zolezzi; he died in Buenos Aires, Argentina about 1929) and Teressa Zolezzi (who married an unknown person and both died in Buenos Aires between 1926-1927). I would also like to get in touch with the descendants of these Zolezzies.
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