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 [...]
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 a picture of my two great aunts and their step-mother. They were all born in Santa Margherita di Belice in Sicily.
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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 [...]
The Andrea Bavetta Family
from Santa Margherita di Belice- Sicilia
First row, left to right (Prima fila, da sinistra a destra): Grace Helen (Elena); Andrew (Andrea); Bertha (Liboria); Grazia; Vincent (Vincenzo); Mimi (Domenica)
Second row, left to right (Seconda fila, da sinistra a destra): Charlie (Calogero); Catherine (Catarina); Lucien (Luciano – my grandfather -mi abuelo); [...]
Bavetta Genealogy Project – Bavetta Genealogia Progetto – Family Tree
This is a link to the Bavetta Genealogy Project Family Tree. Click on it to add your Bavetta relatives! Be part of this world genealogy project to link all Bavettas in the world.