Tag Archives: Italian & Sicilian Genealogy

The Land where Lemons Grow by Helene Attlee

I firmly believe that the way we can understand our genealogy is to read and become aware of the historical, and perhaps other aspects in the way of life relating to the historical community that we hail from. By way … Continue reading

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Researching Italians in the United Kingdom

Researching Italians in the United Kingdom is the same as searching for any ancestral links, however you do in my experience need to think a little outside the box! Surnames over time change, all surnames can, but imagine an accent … Continue reading

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Italians Coming to the United Kingdom

There have been Italians within the confines of the United Kingdom since Roman times, however modern immigration began with churchman, academics, artists, merchants and aristocrats from around the 13th Century. This gave way to an influx in the 19th Century … Continue reading

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Postcard Friendship Friday – Sutera Sicily

Submitted as part of Postcard Friendship Friday hosted by The Best Hearts are Crunchy

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The Reverse Immigrant by Alfred M. Zappala

I have been following the adventures and activities of Alfred via his All Things Sicilian website for about a year or so. I then saw an email by which he mentioned his second book and I was instantly intrigued. I … Continue reading

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