[TI] Catalano Question

Sharon R. Reif sreif1956 at comcast.net
Thu Dec 3 18:40:24 EET 2009

Ann, did any of your Catalano family marry into the Calcagno or Lombardo family?  If so, we have a connection.

Sharon Reif

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ann Catalano" <anncat1029 at roadrunner.com> 
To: terminiimerese at comunesofitaly.org 
Sent: Tuesday, December 1, 2009 10:05:58 PM GMT -06:00 Central America 
Subject: Re: [TI] Allegati question 

Thanks - Another puzzle solved and a new branch on my ever growing tree! 


-----Original Message----- 
From: terminiimerese-bounces at comunesofitaly.org 
[mailto:terminiimerese-bounces at comunesofitaly.org] On Behalf Of Laura 
Sent: Tuesday, December 01, 2009 9:45 PM 
To: terminiimerese at comunesofitaly.org 
Subject: Re: [TI] Allegati question 

His death date is October 28, not 24th according to all 3 documents.   
Antonina Palmisano is listed as deceased on all 3 of them.  The civil 
death document and the allegati record in Giuseppa's marriage both 
states 1823. The one in Angelo's states 1822.  This document is a fully 
handwritten document so it could have been transcribed incorrectly to 
the document that was submitted for the allegati records.  I would go 
with the 1823 year as that is what the civil document states. 

I will put a notation on the year for the one with 1822 

Ann Catalano wrote: 
> Laura - 
> That's pretty much what I thought but then I found another allegati for 
> Giuseppa Catalano and Giuseppe Iannarino who married January 7, 1824. 
> (Giuseppa is the sister of Angelo).  (Document #1) 
> All of the information matches the other allegati except the death date 
> Cosimo Catalano on this one is October 28, 1823 instead of October 24, 
> In the June 7, 1824 allegati (Giuseppa and Giuseppe), it doesn't indicate 
> that Antonina Palmisano is decd but in the Nov. 6, 1824 allegati (Angelo & 
> Liboria), she is listed as decd. 
> What do you think? 
> Are we getting any closer to finding a common Catalano ancestor? 
> Ann 

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