maandag 10 juni 2013

THE DILELLA LINEAGE: ANNA MARIA DILELLA AND ACHILLE ANTONIO DELLA MONICA - ARE WE RELATED??

INTRODUCTION:

Several resources were used to research our family history. 
The two primary resources were: The Western Europe Vital Records Index— Italian Region (1809-1866). 
Family History Support, Family and Church History Department, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2000, and Italia, Foggia, Lucera, Stato, Civile (Tribunale), 1866-1910 Images, Nati, matrimoni, pubblicazione, morti.
FamilySearch. https://familysearch.org. 
The histories of Italy and Toronto and Italian immigration to Canada were compiled from resources on-line and Canadian government documents. 
And, much information was received from family oral history through interviews and family conversations.



Since the beginning of our family’s recorded history in 1809, several major families from Apricena have formed our lineage: the DiLella’s, Barone’s, Merlino’s, Della Monica’s, Cardella’s, Rinaldi’s and Santelli’s.

With regards to the surname ‘DiLella’, there were five spellings used in the registers; DiLella, DiLellis, DiLello, Delellis and delellis.


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The story of our family history begins around 1800 in the small town of Apricena, in the province of Capitanata, in the Kingdoms of the Two Sicily’s when Domenico DiLella married Girolma Di Nunzio and Matteo Barone married Celesta Merlino. 
While Napoleon was waging war against Austria in the northern Kingdom of Piedmont, these two couples each had one child that we know of. 
Domenico and Girolma had a son, Giovanni, born 1800. And, Matteo and Celesta had a daughter, Maria Giuseppa, born 1804. (1)


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