The personality of your ancestor
with handwriting analysis.

Have you ever wondered how your grandfather’s personality was?

Tracing one’s family history through careful genealogical research makes us come across documents, letters, and signatures.

Writing is the hallmark of one’s personality; a careful analysis by a Graphologist can give insight into the many aspects of a writer’s personality.

Indeed, writing is a spontaneous and involuntary behavior through which the writer imprints the “graphic footprint” on the paper: a condensation of character, aptitude, and unexpressed potential.

Many aspects of our family members’ lives can be retraced through an analysis of the “graphic patterns” of writing.

It is necessary for the handwriting to appear adequately personalized, a characteristic that can be evaluated by the Graphologist when the documents are handed over.

If this is true, the availability of texts varied over time, preferably written under conditions of maximum spontaneity, may allow a longitudinal reconstruction of the character of the ancestors to be made right from the evolution of the graphic gesture.


Travel Club Fulfills A Dream “Good fortune accompanied June and me on the Emerald Princess’ transatlantic cruise from Rome. A change in itinerary from Tunis to the port of Salerno meant that I would finally be able to realize the “bucket list” item of visiting my great-grandparent’s birthplace. The town of Padula was near enough to the port to enable an in-person visit. The Museo del Cognomen (a surname museum) located in Padula and led by Michele Cartusciello and his…