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Giumini Family History, Part III

January 2016
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Parish records, from which most of this information comes, is primarily written in Latin, while civil records are primarily written in Italian. Names that have only been observed in Latin but have either been converted to Italian or left in Latin are rendered in italics.

Maria GIUMINI (1678-1717)Top

December 2013141. Maria Giumini was born in Giumaglio, Ticino, Switzerland, on May 26, 1678, and baptized on May 29. Her godparents were named as Giacomo Ianzi and Anna Maria Marca.[Bap 1678] Maria married her mother's godson Pietro Paolo Piezzi by 1710. They had one daughter before she died in 1717:

1411. Giovanna Maria Piezzi 18 Feb 1712 --  -- 

Maria is primarily known through four parish censuses when she was enumerated with her father and younger brother. In the first she was reportedly 18 years old (actually just three weeks short of her 14th birthday) and living with her recently widowed father and younger brother.[Bap 1692] Her father remarried in 1692 but passed in 1699, after which Maria continued to live with her stepmother, Elena (Iorio) Giumini.[Cen 1698-1703] During this time, Maria was named as godmother to Giovanni Giumini[Bap 1694], when she was 16 years old.

Maria was no longer recorded with her stepmother and brother in 1709, rather she may have been the "servant" living with the Giacomo Pietro Giornica family that year.[Cen 1709] Pietro Piezzi was reportedly 30 years old and still living at home with his parents that same year.[Cen 1709] Soon after, perhaps in late 1709 or 1710, during a time in which no marriage records were recorded in the parish of Giumaglio, the two wed. Some five years earlier, Maria's younger brother Giacomo3 had married Pietro's younger half-sister Giacomina2. After her marriage, Maria was named as godmother to nephew Giacomo Pietro Giumini4 [Bap 1710] and in turn, Maria chose her brother Giacomo3 as godfather to daughter Giovanna Maria.[Bap 1712]

Maria (Giumini) Piezzi (recorded simply as "Maria, former wife of Petri Piezzi") died on December 3, 1717, at their home in Giumaglio. Maria was reported to be "about 33 years" old, but was 39.[Dth 1717]

Pietro remarried four months after Maria's death and went on to have six more children. He died on September 13, 1741, at his home in Giumaglio, age 63.

Sources
  • Bap 1678: 29 May 1678 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1692: 3 May 1692 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1694: 11 Dec 1694 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1698: 6 Jun 1698 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1702: 12 Jan 1702 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1703: 8 May 1703 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1709: 1709 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1710: 9 Nov 1710 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1712: 18 Feb 1712 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1717: 3 Dec 1717 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland

Giovanni Giacomo GIUMINI (II)3 (1687-1742)Top

December 2013144. Giovanni Giacomo "Rizon" Giumini3 was born on January 11, 1687, in Giumaglio, Ticino, Switzerland, and baptized the following day. His godparents were named as Giovanni Giacomo Giumini and Giovanna Ianzini, likely the wife of Giacomino Sartori.[Bap 1687] Giacomo married Giacomina Piezzi2 by 1705 and had at least ten children. Giacomo and Giovanna may have separated or divorced after 1741 and Giacomo remarried to Giovanna Maria Rusca of the town of Cevio, 8 kilometers upriver.[Cen 1748] All together Giacomo fathered as many as 11 children over the course of 38 years:

(144A) Giovanni Antonio Giumini (1704-1705) 9 Nov 1705 (Infancy)
144B. Giovanni Giacomo Giumini (III) (16) Sep 1708 24 Feb 1714 (5)
144C. Giacomo Pietro Giumini4 8 Nov 1710 6 Dec 1751 (41)
144D. (Giovanna) Maria Anna Giumini (2 Sep 1715) 16 Nov 1742 (27)
144E. Domenica Giumini (22) Aug 1718 --  -- 
144F. Giovanni Giacomo Giumini (III) 17 Jan 1720 20 Mar 1720 (2 mos.)
144G. Giovanna Maria Giumini 18 Jun 1721 28 Feb 1755 (33)
144H. Maria Domenica Giumini 13 Dec 1724 14 Feb 1729 (4)
144I. Maria Domenica Giumini 11 Feb 1730 (Infancy) (Infancy)
144J. Maria Domenica Giumini 13 Oct 1731 6 Aug 1762 (30)

144K. Maria Giuseppa Giumini 25 Feb 1743 30 Jan 1763 (19)

Giacomo, was twice recorded to be called "Rizon" ("Rizon"[Bap 1723] and Rizonus"[Bap 1721]). He was also referred to once, posthumously, in the marriage record of daughter Giuseppa, as "Veneziano," a name associated with a suspected cousin of the same name who was Giacomo's godfather.[Mar 1761]

When Giacomo was 11 years old, he was noted as absent in the parish census[Cen 1698], which likely indicates that he was working somewhere outside his home town.

Giacomo and Giacomina likely wed by 1705, but no marriage record was found in the parish of Giumaglio. Giacomo and Giacomina chose the following as godparents for their children:

  1. Antonio: no baptism record found in Giumaglio;[Dth 1705]
  2. Giacomo (elder): Giovanni Giumini (Jr.) and Giovanna (family name illegible)[Bap 1708]
  3. Giacomo Pietro3: Giacomo Giumini and Mrs. Maria (Giumini) Piezzi, Giacomina's sister-in-law[Bap 1710];
  4. Giovanna: Giovanni Antonio Terini (Marchese) and Mrs. Maddalena (Ianzi/Ianzini) Giumini[Bap 1715A];
  5. Domenica (1st): Pietro Cristoforo Pedrotti and Anna Maria Piezzi, Giacomina's younger sister[Bap 1718];
  6. Giacomo (younger): Giovanni Giumini and Giovanna Maria Gasparini[Bap 1720];
  7. Giovanna: Giacomo Tomaso Pozzi and Giovanna Maria Giumini, a likely cousin[Bap 1721];
  8. Domenica (2nd): Giacomo Piezzi, Giacomina's younger brother, and Maria Marchese[Bap 1724];
  9. Domenica (3rd): Pietro Gaspari and Mrs. Domenica (Piezzi) Lesina, Giacomina's younger sister[Bap 1730]; and
  10. Domenica (4th): Giovanni Bonetti, Giacomina's brother-in-law, and Maria Lesina.[Bap 1731]

Giacomo was named as godfather to niece Giovanna Maria Piezzi[Bap 1712]; Giacomo Ludovico Cerini[Bap 1714]; Giovanna Maria Lesina, whose mother was a Giumini[Bap 1715B]; and later, referred to as "Rizzo," as godfather to his likely niece, Maria Giacomina Ianzini.[Bap 1723]

Son Giacomo Pietro was confirmed on June 12, 1719, when Giuseppe Olgiati, Bishop of Como, held confirmation ceremonies for parishes in the valley at the Church of San Maurizio in Maggia, 4 kilometers downriver. His sponsoring godfather was named as Giovanni Francesco Pozzi of Coglio.[Con 1719] Francesco was the town notary and father of the future notary of Giumaglio, Don Rodolfo Maria Pozzi, who was born two months earlier.

In 1741, eldest son Giacomo Pietro2, his wife, and their first son Giacomo3 lived together at the family home in Giumaglio.[Cen 1741]

Giovanni Giacomo Giumini died on May 18, 1742, at the family home in Giumaglio. He was buried the following day at the Church of Santa Maria Assunta. Giacomo was recorded to be "about 50 years" old[Dth 1766], but was about 55 years old.

Giacomina (Piezzi) Giumini died eight months later on January 30, 1743, in Giumaglio.[Dth 1743] She was also about 55 years old.

Giovanna Maria Rusca

August 2014After Giacomo's and Giacomina's deaths, Giovanna Maria Rusca gave birth to daughter Giuseppa in Cevio. This curiously came right about 9 months after Giacomo's death and a month after Giacomina's, suggesting that Giacomo and Giacomina had separated or divorced between 1741 and 1742. Giovanna and Giuseppa settled in Giumaglio by 1748 and were recorded as "wife of the late Joannis Jacobi Giumini" and daughter.[Cen 1748,1760]

Giovanna and their younger daughter Giuseppa, age 5, were enumerated together in 1748 and 1760. Daughter Domenica lived with brother Giacomo Pietro and his family in 1748.[Cen 1748]

Giovanna lived with her daughter Giuseppa and Giuseppa's husband Giuseppe Maria Cerini after they married on January 20, 1761.[Cen 1760, Dth 1766] Daughter Giuseppa died three years later during a widespread malady that took the lives of 11 parishioners between December 1762 and March 1763.[Dth 1763]

Giovanna Maria (Rusca) Giumini died on December 1, 1766, at the home of her widower son-in-law, Giuseppe Cerini, in Giumaglio, following an illness of a couple weeks that rendered her senseless. Her last confession had been on November 10. She was buried the following day at the Church of Santa Maria Assunta. Giovanna was 64 years old.[Dth 1766]

Sources
  • Bap 1687: 12 Jan 1687 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1692: 3 May 1692 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1698: 6 Jun 1698 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1702: 12 Jan 1702 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1703: 8 May 1703 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1705: 9 Nov 1705 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1708: 16 Sep 1708 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1709: 1709 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1710: 9 Nov 1710 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1712: 18 Feb 1712 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1714: 24 Feb 1714 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1714: 12 May 1714 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1715A: 2 Sep 1715 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1715B: 27 Sep 1715 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1718: 23 Aug 1718 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Con 1719: 12 Jun 1719 Confirmation, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1720: 17 Jan 1720 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1720: 20 Mar 1720 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1721: 19 Jun 1721 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1723: 6 Jul 1723 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1724: 13 Dec 1724 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1729: 14 Feb 1729 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1730: 11 Feb 1730 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1731: 13 Oct 1731 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1741: 13 Jun 1741 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1742: 18 May 1742 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1743: 30 Jan 1743 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1748: 1748 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1760: 15 Apr 1760 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Mar 1761: 20 Jan 1761 Marriage, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1763: 30 Jan 1763 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1766: 1 Dec 1766 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland

Don Giovanni GIUMINI (1691-1732)Top

December 2013B22. Don Giovanni Giumini was the son of Giacomo Giumini, who was likely a relative of some distance to Giovanni Giacomo Giumini (I)1, and Domenica Cerini. Giovanni was born on November 16, 1691, in Giumaglio, Ticino canton, Switzerland, and baptized the following day. His godparents were named as Giovanni Giacomo Giumini and Mrs. Giovanetta (Bonetti) Giornica. Giovanni served as notary in Giumaglio, a public office of most prominence in the town, prior to his death in 1732. Giovanni married Giovanna Maria Marchese and had at least seven children, the youngest of whom married the daughter of Giovanni Giacomo Giumini2:

B221. Elisabetta Giumini 29 Sep 1720 15 Oct 1721 (1)
B222. Maria Domenica Giumini 7 Jan 1722 --  -- 
B223. Giovanna Maria Giumini (5) Jan 1724 (14) Aug 1724 (7 mos.)
B224. Giacomo Pietro Giumini 5 Mar 1725 (> 1741) (> 15)
B225. Giovanna Battista Giumini (21) Dec 1726 (< 1741) (< 14)
B226. Giovanni Ludovico Giumini Mar 1728 4 May 1762 (34)
B227. Giuseppe Antonio Giumini 25 Mar 1732 14 Mar 1764 (31)
Giumini Coat of Arms
Giumini Coat of Arms
The office of notary was responsible for noncontentious, private civil law issues. Notaries were well educated and prepared legal instruments for conveying property, contracts, powers of attorney, and such. Their position merited the honorific of "Don" (Dominus) in records and their status was underscored by being enumerated first in the parish census.

August 2014Giovanni was first noted with the honorific "Don" (Dominus/Domini) in 1721[Dth 1721], and likely took over from Don Giacomo Pietro Pozzi, who died between 1718 and 1719. Don Giumini commissioned a chapel, the Capèla di Giumitt, which was built in 1721 across the Maggia river to the west of town.

Filippini records that Giovanni (as "Giovan Angelo Giumini"), the notary had been a lieutenant and later "fiscal" (accountant or finance officer?) of the bailiwick in 1732.[Filippini 191]

Giovanni and Giovanna named the following godparents for their children:

  1. Elisabetta: Giacomo Gaspari (Jr.) and Domenica Marchese, Giovanna's sister[Bap 1720B];
  2. Domenica: Giovanni Pietro Sartori2 and Mrs. Angela Giumini[Bap 1722A];
  3. Giovanna: Giovanni Antonio Marchese and Giovanna Pozzi[Bap 1724]
  4. Giacomo Pietro: Pietro Piezzi and Giacomina Pozzi[Bap 1725];
  5. Giovanna Battista: Giovanni Battista Pozzi and Maria Domenica Marchese[Bap 1726];
  6. Ludovico: Giovanni Marchese and (Mrs.) Margherita Gasparini[Bap 1728];
  7. Giuseppe: Giacomo Pietro Giumini3 and Catterina Marcha.[Bap 1732]
Capela di Giumitt

Giovanni was named as the godfather to Giovanni Lesina[Bap 1718], Giovanni Giacomo Giumini[Bap 1720A] and Anna Maria Mazzini.[Bap 1722B]

Don Giovanni Giumini died on August 12, 1732, from an unspecified "unforeseeen death," only four months after the birth of son Giuseppe. He was 40 years old. Giovanni was buried in cemetery of the Church of Santa Maria Assunta.[Dth 1732]

By 1741, Giovanni's three sons went to live with Giovanni Marchese, a widower and godfather to son Ludovico.[Cen 1741]

It is unclear who took over as Don immediately after Giovanni died, but by some nine years later, 1741, Notary Don Rodolfo Maria Pozzi, the son of Don Giovanni Francesco Pozzi, Notary of Coglio, took over.


Sources
  • Bap 1691: 17 Nov 1691 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1718: 28 Dec 1718 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1720A: 17 Jan 1720 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1720B: 29 Sep 1720 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1721: 15 Oct 1721 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1722A: 7 Jan 1722 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1722B: 17 Dec 1722 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1724: 6 Jan 1724 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1724: (14) Aug 1724 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1725: 6 Mar 1725 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1726: 22 Dec 1726 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1728: Mar 1728 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1732: 26 Mar 1732 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1732: 12 Aug 1732 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1741: 13 Jun 1741 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1748: 1748 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Filippini, Federico. Storia Della Valle Maggia (1500-1800).

Domenica (GIUMINI) IANZINI (1693-<1748)Top

July 20141315. Domenica Giumini was born August 20, 1693, in Giumaglio, Ticino, Switzerland, and baptized on August 23. Her godparents were named as Pietro Bonetti and Anna Maria Bonetti.[Bap 1693] Based on approximate age, she is believed to be the one who married the widower Domenico Rusca/Giovanotti. He had as many as five children from his previous marriage, but only one appears to have lived to the time of their marriage. Domenico died in 1719 and five months later she remarried to the widower Giovanni Antonio Ianzini. Antonio had at least two children from his first marriage. Domenica and Antonio had at least four daughters together:

-- Domenica Giovanotti (27) Jul 1708 24 Feb 1754 (45)

-- Giovanna Maria Ianzini 20 Oct 1713 --  -- 
-- Giovanni Giacomo Ianzini (1719) 15 Mar 1727 (7)

1311. Maria Giacomina Ianzini 6 Jul 1723 (> 1769) (> 45)
1312. Giovanna Maria Ianzini 3 Aug 1726 (Infancy) (Infancy)
1313. Giovanna Maria Ianzini 23 Nov 1727 (< 1741) (< 13)
1314. Maria Catterina Ianzini 1 Feb 1732 --  -- 
Correlation of Parents
March 2015Domenica was originally believed to be the daughter of Giovanni Giacomo Giumini1, the elder, but is now more likely correlated to the daughter of a younger Giovanni Giacomo Giumini ("Veneziano") who married Maria Fusaschi and may have been the elder's nephew.

December 2014Domenico was recorded interchangeably as both "Rusca" and "Giovanotti" from about 1698 until about 1709,[Cen 1709] and afterward only as "Giovanotti." He is not known to be related to Giovanna Maria Rusca of Cevio who later married Domenica's elder brother, Giacomo2. He first married Margherita Muscio, likely of Someo, 2 kilometers upriver. They had as many as six children between 1692 and 1708, but only the youngest, Domenica, is believed to have lived to adulthood. It is not yet known when Margherita died or when Domenico remarried to Domenica. Domenico was about 16 years older than Domenica.

Domenico Giovanotti died on September 22, 1719, at his home in Giumaglio. He was recorded to be "about 50 years" old and was buried the following day at the cemetery of the Church of Santa Maria Assunta.[Dth 1719]

December 2014Domenica married Giovanni Antonio five months later on March 11, 1720, at the Church of Santa Maria Assunta. She was about 31 and he about 33 years old. Before their marriage they obtained dispensation for the impediments of the third and fourth degrees of consanguinity (i.e., cousins) and affinity (i.e., related by marriage rather than by blood) from the Nuncio Apostolic in Lucerne. (The nature of their relationships are not yet known.) Recorded witnesses were Giovanni Marches (Marchese?) and Giovanni Giacomo Giovanotti, perhaps a cousin of Domenico's.[Mar 1720]

Antonio was previously married to Giacomina Lesina and had at least two children. Giacomina died on January 13, 1720.[Bap 1713, Dth 1720]

Domenica and Antonio married by 1722 and chose the following as godparents for their daughters:

  1. Giacomina: Giovanni Giacomo "Rizon"(?) Giumini2 and Mrs. Domenica (Pozzi) Bonetti[Bap 1723]
  2. Giovanna (elder): Giovanni Battista Pozzi and Margherita M[oretti][Bap 1726];
  3. Giovanna (younger): Carlo Moretti and Giovanna Maria Marche[se][Bap 1727]; and
  4. Catterina: Felice Lesina and Catterina Pozzi.[Bap 1732]

The Ianzini family of four (less daughter Giovanna) was enumerated in 1741.[Cen 1741]

August 2014Domenica (Giumini Giovanotti) Ianzini died between 1741 and 1748 while in her 50s.[Cen 1741,1748]

Antonio remarried after Domenica's death to Maria Maddalena Guglielmetti of the neighboring town of Coglio.[Cen 1748]

Giovanni Antonio Ianzini died on October 22, 1742, at the family home in Giumaglio. He was the first of five adults to die within a period of six weeks. Antonio was recorded to be "about 55 years" old. He was buried the following day in the cemetery of the Church of Santa Maria Assunta.[Dth 1742]

After Antonio's death, Maddalena continued to care for his daughter Catterina.[Cen 1748]

Maria Maddalena (Guglielmetti) Ianzini died on April 8, 1768, at her home in Giumaglio. She was buried the following day in the cemetery of the Church of Santa Maria Assunta. Maddalena was in her early 60s.

Sources
  • Bap 1693: 23 Aug 1693 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1713: 21 Oct 1713 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1719: 22 Sep 1719 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1720: 13 Jan 1720 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Mar 1720: 11 Mar 1720 Marriage, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1723: 6 Jul 1723 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1726: 3 Aug 1726 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1727: 23 Nov 1727 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Bap 1732: 1 Feb 1732 Baptism, Sancta Maria Gratiarum, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1741: 13 Jun 1741 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1742: 22 Oct 1742 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1748: 1748 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Cen 1760: 15 Apr 1760 Church Census, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland
  • Dth 1768: 8 Apr 1768 Death, Giumaglio Parish, Ticino, Switzerland