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Calogera Arsena is born around 1829 in Corleone, the daughter of Maestro Antonino Arsena and Emmanuela Mustacchia.
In the 1834 stato delle anime, a Church census, Maestro Antonino Arsena, 36 (b. 1797), heads a household on the Strada Grande, just off the strada di Oliveri, on the west side of Corleone, with his wife Emmanuela, 34 (b. 1799), and children Maria, 11 (b. 1822), Angela, 9 (b. 1824), and Calogera, 4 (b. 1829).
Calogera marries Giuseppe Badami, son of Lorenzo Badami and Domenica lo Cairo, on 26 April 1852. Her parents have both died.
Giuseppe and Calogera have at least one child, Lorenzo, named after his paternal grandfather.
Lorenzo marries Calogera Pomilla on 26 September 1881. His parents have died by this time.
Calogera dies some time before August 1861, as she is recorded as deceased on her husband Giuseppe's death record.