Italian given names are often derived from Biblical names, such as Giuseppe (Joseph) or from the names of a saint, such as Francesco (Francis).
When baptized, children were usually given several given names. Some of these may be the names of parents or other relatives. In some areas, names given [...]
Finding my way in searching for old Sicilian family records has been challenging! I found this website, bestofsicily.org which offers some helpful tidbits. Also interesting is this website that tells the meaning of Siclian names. For example, my great grandfather’s name was Andrea. According to this website, it is now [...]
Visit this site and add your location! Bavettas on Google Maps
The Bavetta Genealogy Project is creating family trees for all Bavettas in the world. The website is located at http://www.bavettas.com You can also add your name and city to this map.
Bavetta Genealogy il progetto è la creazione di alberi genealogici per tutti Bavettas nel mondo. [...]
December 6 – Marks La Festa di San Nicola (Feast of St. Nicholas), the patron saint of shepherds is celebrated in towns likePollutri with the lighting of fires under enormous cauldrons, where fave beans are cooked, then eaten ceremoniously.
December 8 – L’Immacolata Concezione (Celebration of the Immaculate Conception)
December 13 – La Festa di Santa Lucia [...]
This is a picture of my Bavetta relatives in Argentina. We do not know their names! If you have relatives in Argentina (circa 1900) , maybe you know who is in this picture?
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This is the new website for the Bavetta Genealogy Project. It is still under construction as I move the data from the Tribal Pages website. In the meantime, you can still enter data at Tribal Pages until I close that site. Once I finish this new website, it will allow users to choose [...]