In September, another emotional Ancestors Tour with the Maina family directly from the US. They decided to discover their roots in the alleys of Padula.
In September, another thrilling Tour in Vibonati with the Furiati family
The Museo del Cognome Team guided our dear friend Elizabeth Tinti and her nephew, Gabriel, in discovering Vibonati.
Last weekend we had the pleasure to host and guide Maria Giotis, who is from New Jersey, USA, got to Sassano for the first time to learn more about her family history.
My dear mom Maria Del Nunzio and I had a very moving day. We met Dorothy, her daughter Alana, and her sister Ava. They came from Providence, Rhode Island, USA, to meet us, their Italian cousins.
The three pictures below list the “foreigners” or “strangers” living in Teggiano based on the 1754 Catasto OnciarioCensus(index).
The list below shows the “foreigners” or “strangers” (name+last name+hometown+status), either residents or not in Sala Consilina according to the 1764 Catasto Onciario Census.
Today we share with you a list of the shoemakers or cobblers (names+last names) working in Padula in 1749 according to the Catasto Onciario Census.
How many foreigners were living in Padula in 1678?
Surnames based on the Catasto Onciario – Census – dated 1754 – 1756:
Here is a list of surnames relating to some Italian villages: