Today’s chart is for Giulia Savini, born 29 Jan 1900 in Nocciano to Giovanni Savini and Domenica d’Antico.
I don’t have much on the Rosciano roots, d’Antico and d’Astolfo/d’Astolto, but Giustino Savini is of the Savini family from Vicoli. I have the church records for Giustino’s baptism and other related info, but I’m still transcribing the civil records, haven’t yet made my way to the church records I acquired in 2015!
Today’s chart – Giuseppina Ronci, born 18 Jan 1900 in Nocciano.
Giuseppina comes from the Domenicantonio Ronci-Maria Giuseppa di Virgilio line (her paternal great-grandparents – top right of the chart), except a few of their children were born before they got married, and many of the descendants of those “figli naturali” have the name “Ronci”, “di Virgilio”, or “di Virgilio Ronci”. The last names vary from record to record. Meanwhile, since they got married before 1809, and Maria Giuseppa di Virgilio’s death record contains no parental information, it’s been a bit of a puzzle to try and figure out exactly who her parents were. The only helpful resource I have are the baptismal records that I got on my trip to Italy, in which I have found only one record that matches up well – born 08 Feb 1780 in Nocciano, to Marco di Virgilio and Lucia Marcucci (my direct ancestors – not a common couple in the Nocciano records because they only had one other surviving child, Gemma di Virgilio, wife of Nicola di Meco and mother of Anna Concezia Angela di Meco on this tree). So Marco di Virgilio and Lucia Marcucci are actually ancestors of Giuseppina Ronci (the topic of this post) in two ways.
I’m hoping to post a new index of Alanno records in the next few days so stay tuned!
Our ancestry chart for the day – Pasquale di Rupo, b. 2 Jan 1900 in Nocciano. He has Nocciano roots in the di Rupo and Cerasa families. You can see he’s also got connections to the nearby towns of Civitella Casanova, Loreto Aprutino, and Pianella, though his great-grandparents from those towns all died in Nocciano.
Keep in mind, though I have empty spots for many birthdates, deathdates, or just generally no information (like Angelantonio Cerasa), it doesn’t mean that info isn’t available. It just means I haven’t transcribed those records yet and input them into my database. Also, this is not necessarily as far back as I have traced his ancestry, I’m just only showing 4 generations back on these daily charts.
Also, he’s definitely my cousin! I’ve got di Rupo ancestors, and some di Profio ancestors as well, but that’s a much bigger family so I’m not sure if the connection is there.
Here is the ancestry of Carmine Marcucci (b. 1900 in Nocciano). The majority of children born at this point are related to my family in one way or another. In this case, there are two connections – through Domenico Marcucci (1797-1869) and Domenica Matarazzo (1770-1860), since I have common Marcucci and Matarazzo ancestors with them. Likely di Meco as well, but I haven’t made that connection officially yet.
If any of the records I post ring a bell and the child happens to be an ancestor of yours, feel free to let me know! It’s always great to see how I can add to the growing Nocciano genealogy.
Just to keep things going in between posting full years’ worth of records on here, I thought I’d start posting daily ancestry charts for various Pescaresi ancestors. Here’s the first, Giovanni di Giovanni b. 1900 in Nocciano. Note that the charts only have 4 generations of ancestors, and may be missing some dates and places. I’ll fill in most of these gaps at some point down the line and subsequently update the ancestry chart. But I wanted to post something in the meantime to help point you in the right direction as you’re going back further, or trying to connect to cousins and such.
Right now I’m working on Nocciano records for the year 1900 and Civitaquana records for the year 1849. This was the first record in 1900 births in Nocciano.