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Surname Festival – 3rd Edition – Sarli

The 3rd edition of “The Surname Festival” will take place on August 17, 2013, and it will be dedicated to the people with Sarli as last name. This event has been organized by Il Museo del Cognome with the partecipation of FamilySearch and the endorsement of the Municipality of Padula. Among the partners also Studio Araldico Genealogico Italiano – Italian Heraldry, Tags and Ondanews. The set is always the same, Padula, the town known for the famous “Certosa di San Lorenzo.”

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Cognomi d’Italia – Cartusciello – Chapter 6

Here we are again with “Cognomi d’Italia, an online column dedicated to the Italian Surnames”. Today we are going to talk about the surname “Cartusciello”. This  column has been created by the Director of the Museum in collaboration with Ondanews to let people discover this interesting “world”, the origin and the spread of some Italian surnames.

Check it out at: Cognomi d’Italia – 6° appuntamento con il cognome Cartusciello

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Cognomi d’Italia, chapter 3: Coiro surname

Here we are again with “Cognomi d’Italia, an online column about the Italian Surnames”.  It has been created by Michele Cartusciello, Manager of the Museum, in collaboration with Ondanews.it in order to let people discover this interesting “world”, the origin and the spread of some surnames. Today, we are going to talk about the surname Coiro.

Check it out here: Cognomi d’Italia – Coiro surname

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Cognomi d’Italia – Chapter 2: Carrara

Here we are again with Cognomi d’Italia,  an online column created by Ondanews in collaboration with the Museo del Cognome to let people discover this interesting world, and also the spread and the origins of the surnames. This 2nd chapter will be dedicated to the Carrara name . 

Check it out at: Cognomi d’Italia – Carrara

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Cognomi d’Italia – Chapter 1: Garone and Sanseviero

Here were are with the first episode of Cognomi d’Italia. Cognomi d’Italia  is an online column created by Ondanews in collaboration with the Museo del Cognome to let people discover this interesting world, its origins and spread. The first chapter is dedicated to the Garone and Sanseviero surnames. 

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