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What’s in a Name? The Sicilian naming convention

by Angelo F. Coniglio - Genealogical research, after all, revolves about names.  The names of ancestors and relatives are the keys that connect us to them, and help to put flesh and bones on the dry statistics we may find.  To identify individuals, most western cultures use at least two names, a given, or birth name (more)

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