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Research and Sources Links, Valledolmo OPS

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Date: 5 May 2019
Location: Valledolmo, Palermo, Sicily, Italymap
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Info from Old Valle D'Olmo page - to be incorporated into OPS

Small town in the central part of Sicilia, Italia founded in 1650. Named for the Elm Trees that grew in the valley.

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HIstory and Geography

Valle D'Olmo has been part of several countries: Sicilia, Kingdom of the Two Sicilies and the modern country of Italia.

Situated in the central part of Sicilia, Italia, Valle D'Ulmo/Valle D'Olmo/Valledolmo was purchased in 1636 and settled beginning in 1650. A famous castle was built there named Casel Romanno beginning in 1650.

Inhabitants

Early Censuses of Valledolmo

Original settlers were from 50 contracted Vassal families who subjected themselves to purchaser Baron Don Antonio Cacali, and his nephew or grandson Don Cutelli who founded the town. We are trying to find the origins of these families.

Surname censuses are available for 1682 and 1714. We are hoping to find full name censuses for these dates.

Later Census of Valledolmo

  1. Valledolmo Census of 1835 - Surnames recorded:

SURNAMES - APELLIDOS - COGNOMI

  • ANDOLINA,
  • BARONE,
  • BATTAGLIA,
  • BAUDO,
  • BELLAVIA,
  • BORZILLERI,
  • BUONAFEDE,
  • CACCAMISI,
  • CAMPIERI,
  • CANELLA,
  • CANNAROZZO,
  • CHIAVETTA,
  • CONTI,
  • D'ANDREA,
  • DRAGO,
  • EPOLLITO, ESPOSITO
  • FADALE, - https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Fadale_Family_of_Valledolmo%2C_Sicilia%2C_Italia?fbclid=IwAR2OLPQmkPdEu52sKHweHnyuJ31AviG60zNHj0ZwFe8ZrEiY8ekvqY80za4
  • GENCO
  • GENNUSO,
  • GIMBRONE,
  • GIOELI,
  • GIOIA,
  • GUERCIO,
  • GUESCIO,
  • GUZZETTA
  • IPPOLITO,
  • LATONA,
  • LAZARONY,
  • LAZZARONE,
  • LAZZARONI,
  • LEONE
  • LO BUE,
  • LOIACONO,
  • LOTEMPIO,
  • MANCUSO,
  • MANZELLA,
  • MEZZIO,
  • MICELI
  • MOGAVERO,
  • MUSCARELLA,
  • MUSCATO,
  • NOCERA,
  • OGNIBENE,
  • PANEPINTO
  • PANZICA,
  • PARLATO,
  • PERRELLA,
  • PIAZZA,
  • POLITO,
  • POLIZZI,
  • POLVINO,
  • PRIVITERA, PRIVITERRA,
  • PULVINO,
  • QUAGLIANA,
  • RAIMONDO,
  • RHINCHUSO
  • RICOTTA,
  • RIZZO
  • SALETTA,
  • SALMIERI,
  • SAN GIORGI,
  • SCAGHIBENE,
  • SCIBETTA
  • SPAGNOLO,
  • TAURGRASSO,
  • VACANTI,
  • VILLA

Immigration

Many of it's inhabitants immigrated to western New York in the late 1800s and the 1900s settling in Chautauqua County, Erie County, and Niagara County in towns like Jamestown, Fredonia, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Lockport, Leroy, and Rochester New York.


Research and Sources Links


This page is currently in the process of being researched, assembled and created.
Please check back in the near future.


Valledolmo OPS Site Map of Space and Category Pages

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