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Giacomo Cavanna (1867)

Giacomo Cavanna
Born in Gropallo, Italymap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Giacomo was born on February 9, 1867 in Gropallo, Italy. He came to Katarina, Stockholm on May 3, 1892. At some point, he was moved to a book with "loose persons".[1]

Unmarried and working as a barrel organ player. Registered in Stockholm, Sweden.


  1. Överståthållarämbetet, Skatteverket. Rotemännens arkiv. Rote 13 Stadsgårdsroten (A, AB) DIa:1151 (1878-1926) Image 160 / Page 8a / v930718.b160.s8a / Page InfoTo Page (Paywall)
  • Swedish Census 1900

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There was an Angela Cavanna in the next town over in Italy - Bettola - married with a Lavezzi. Angela Maria Bartolomea Cavanna born 1813 - 1887 Marriage to G.B. ( Giovanni Batista )7 Feb 1834 • Bettola, Piacenza, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. Her parents are Serafino Cavanna and Margherita Fortunata Penna, married in 1811, and Serafino's parents - from the birth records of Bettola - Bernardo Cavanna (1757) and Catterina Poggioli ( 1762 )

Serafino and Margherita's children are Angela ( 1813) Maria Catterina (1814), Teresa Maria Antonia (1823), and Luigia Maria ( 1826).I hope this is useful for someone searching for the Cavanna roots.

posted by Judith Lavezzi