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Wednesday
Sep042013

AND ANTONIO BECAME ANTHONY...

by Angelo F. Coniglio - Naming conventions for given names in a country of origin can help to tie together records of family members.  In researching those who were born in Italy and emigrated to the United States, it may also be necessary to know something about how the given name may have been modified in the new country.  There are four common ways in which a ‘foreign’ (more)

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