Provincia –> Comune –> Frazione. Over the years, I have managed to collect many thousands of Trentino parish records, which has enabled me to work from home on many (but not all) projects. I haven’t done extensive research on this surname, but it does appear in parchments for Brez and Castelfondo from the mid-1500s, and in early Cloz parish registers. Regions generally have more than one province. …and I will do my best not to make it as sleepy as Sister Rose Winifred’s geography class. In this video, I describe what life was like in Romeo’s home village, and the trials of crossing the ocean to a strange, new land. However, I believe this is a misleading term, and it doesn’t really reflect the true purpose and behaviour of a soprannome. Bleggio lies in the Giudicarie Valley (specifically in 'Giudicarie Esteriore') in the Santa Croce del Bleggio parish. Today, we move on to the first of a series of articles I will be writing on VAL DI NON, in the northern part of the province. background: none !important; But one thing is absolutely true: The Betta family has a colourful story. } TIP: Whichever method you choose, BE CONSISTENT. SIDE NOTE: The surname for the ‘Ballina’ family here eventually become ‘Fusari’. Rickyano. But as a genealogist, I feel it is my responsibility to present these to you as theories for your consideration, but not ironclad facts. There  is no way to know for sure right now. Fonte di ricerca BALOCCHI & PROFUMI -Renato Zaccarelli, Mobilia – Ferrario Fai una ricerca sul tuo musicista preferito e scopri come ha creato il proprio. Contrada Mursia Pantelleria, } Crea buoni nomi per giochi, profili, marchi o social network. Si ricorda il leggendario re inglese Riccardo I, detto Cuor di Leone. But, the DIOCESE of Trento itself still remains. The earliest baptismal record in Cloz I have found with this surname is dated 13 March 1648 (Giovanni, son of Francesco), but I haven’t yet done an exhaustive search to determine whether there are earlier records with this surname. “A me – confessa Riccardo – mi hanno chiamato Il Rosso per un cappotto rosso di pelliccia sintetica che portavo, ma siccome sembravo anche un lupo con tutto quel pelo mi chiamavano anche Ezi, come lupo Ezechiele“. }, /* Function to detect opted out users */ From this point on, we see the surname Canestrini always connected to this same family of master builders. However, I do have  resources to do a fair bit of research for many clients from home, and I will have some openings for a few new client projects starting in December 2020. } In the present-day country of Italy, there are currently 20 regions, 110 provinces, nearly 8,000 comuni, and I have NO idea how many frazioni. The people and surnames of the city of Trento before the year 1600. Below is an overview of what I discovered about the state of the records for the parish of Cloz, while working on a recent project. Cescolini is still in existence in Cloz today, with a few branches having settled in other nearby parishes in Val di Non. Nonetheless, I feel her work is a good starting point, especially as the author has some extremely useful and easy-to-read maps of each valley later in the book, which I will share with you as we go along through this series. 2000. Only a handful of extended families would have been living in each frazione. Again, this means we cannot do a precise comparison between this survey and those of previous years, but it does give us a general picture of overall urban growth. This tale has been the Betta family lore for many centuries. While Bertoluzza says the name ‘Rauta’ came from Valsugana in the 1400s, he says it also appears in Cloz at least by the late 1400s. I have seen this system used most frequently in 19th century records. Precisely where the Betta entered the province, and the path they took when they settled there is also disputed. ANZILOTTI, Giulia Mastrelli. Indeed, on pages 31-41 of Libro della Cittadinanza, he illustrates how different surnames have their origins in personal names, nicknames, place names, animal names, occupations, etc. Later, in 1525, this same Bonifacio was granted a title of rural nobility for his loyalty to the bishop of Trento, Bernardo Cles, during the Guerra Rustica (although, apparently, he didn’t engage in any of the military action). She hopes this tree, which already contains tens of thousands of people, will serve as a visual and spiritual reminder of how we are all fundamentally connected. Secondary sources, of which there are many, including research by other historians, are listed under ‘REFERENCES’ at the end of this article. On a list I recently received for Villa Banale in Val Giudicarie via Daniel Caliari at Giudicarie Storia, one of the soprannome for the surname Flaim was ‘Nonesi’, which means, ‘from Val di Non’. 0 0. Accessed 2 September 2020 from  https://www.cultura.trentino.it/archivistorici/unita/1483883. This map was taken from the book Toponomastica Trentina: I Nomi delle Località Abitate by Giulia Mastrelli Anzilotti (2003). 4. And when they do show up in earlier centuries, they are immediately noticeable to the genealogist as something unusual, and certainly significant. The church of San Stefano is mentioned in documents as far back as 1183, but the original structure was completely rebuilt around 1440. True or not, they certainly were successful in persuading Bishops and Emperors of their veracity. For example, perhaps your research diversified, and now you wanted to separate your notes for different branches of the family. Born 13 May 1711 and died sometime after 1768. In Cloz, the earliest example of the surname I have found is the baptism of Domenico, son of Giovanni Parolari and his wife Flor, dated 26 September 1599. As such, I’ve done a fair bit of research on both of these families, albeit not so much after these migrations to the city of Trento. #fca_eoi_form_1218 .fca_eoi_layout_2.fca_eoi_layout_postbox div.fca_eoi_layout_submit_button_wrapper { Leonardi says there was once a castle named Castel Cloz, but that we know nothing about it. The history for one particular surname – Betta – became so substantial, I thought it deserved to be shared in a blog post, especially as this surname crosses over into many other parts of the province. They are especially common in trees where people changed their names after immigration. The variant ‘Dorighini’ is also appears in Molveno, but the more common spelling in Cloz is Dorighin (without the final vowel). And, as mentioned, the husbands’ surnames stay with the husbands, not the wife. A Guide for Genealogists. However, in this particular case, the family’s soprannome is actually Chiesa (which means ‘church’ in English), as the priest has used the Latin word for church (Ecclesia). Well, I knew well that the surname ‘Flaim’ was not native to the Giudicarie but was, rather, indigenous to the parish of Revò in Val di Non. Before modern roads and motor vehicles, crossing these boundaries wasn’t impossible, but it was certainly not something you did every day. height: 1em !important; 2005. Some of the names in the above list might look more familiar if we apply these permutations ‘rules’ to find its more modern form. A glance at the geographic landscape of Trentino is a great teacher in this regard. @media screen and ( max-width: 550px ) { Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Died after 1741. If this refers to the Franch family, this might indicate the surname was not yet in use, and evolved into a surname sometime in the 15th century. RAUZI, Gian Maria. This page contains the most popular names in America and Europe. Carduso Da Riccarduso. During the medieval era, Trento blossomed into a cathedral city – the seat of the Bishopric of Trento. While many other dioceses in the world have shifted over the centuries, the parameters of the Archdiocese of Trento have remained pretty much unchanged for many centuries, despite many shifts on the civil landscape. Indeed, the Betta of Revò acquired the Bishop’s Palazzo – adorned with the stemma of Cardinal Cles – which still stands in the western part of the village, albeit in disrepair. Thus, together, the term means ‘on top of the name’. There are exceptions, of course. Some soprannomi indicate a connection with another place somewhere in the ancestral line. None of the records in which they are mentioned suggest they came from someplace else, which seems to indicate the surname was present in Cloz by the end of the 1500s. Bertoluzza cites a record dated 1411 that mentions a Guglielmo Betta of Tierno. settings: { return document.cookie.indexOf(disableStr + '=true') > -1; In 1922, she left her ancestral home, along with her 3 children (including my father), sister and brother, to join her husband Luigi Serafini (my grandfather from Duvredo, a nearby village in the same parish of Santa Croce) who had started a new life for them in the United States. Trento: Dossi Editore. Bertoluzza lists many people (well…actually all men) of note who had the surname Betta. Occasionally, you will see a soprannome that is derived from the name of a female ancestor, especially if the name is not so common. But gradually, and additional outbreaks of plague notwithstanding, the population not only restored itself, but eventually expanded by the 1600s. Author Pietro Micheli tells us that the name Bonifacio Betta appears in diploma of nobility in Marcena archives, dated 13 July 1495. What is of special interest to genealogists when studying the Carte de Regola (‘Carte’ = plural form) is that many of the heads of households of the community will be present at the drafting of the document, and their names will have been recorded. Here are a few he mentions: We all like a little bit of ‘glamour’ in our family history. https://trentinogenealogy.com/my-tree/. P.S. As civil records were still in their infancy in the early 1800s, the parameters for their body of statistics are often unclear and inconsistent. 1. ‘Popolazione Cloz 2001-2019’. 3 volumes. If you haven’t yet read that article, I invite you to check it out at https://trentinogenealogy.com/2020/04/trento-city-surnames-1600/. For example, these names on the list might be more commonly seen thusly (although I must stress that I am only hypothesising here): Lastly, some people appear not to have be recorded by a surname at all; rather, they are identified by their place of origin. Regardless of whether the starting point in Trentino was Tierno or Arco, what is less disputed by historians is that, by the late 1400s, one of the Arco branches moved north, to various points in Val di Non, namely Cles and Revò, and eventually to Castel Malgolo. Their soprannome was ‘Rollo dei Mori’, which means ‘Rollo of the Moors’. Motori F1 2020, Nightmare Before Christmas - Youtube, Stivali Con Fibbie Uomo, Cristina Tudorache Instagram, Risultati In Tempo Reale, Cambio Comandante Generale Carabinieri, Allievo Ufficiale Marina Mercantile, Condizionatori Dual Split Bricoman, Stimmate San Francesco Significato, " />

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Can an illegitimate child ever become 'legitimate'? I couldn’t say that this was definitely the case, however, without future research. 2019. Riku. if ( 'undefined' === typeof gaOptout ) { When that happens, if you don’t know the soprannome (or you’re not paying attention) you might accidentally gloss over the record you’re looking for. Names were usually written phonetically, according to how the person recording the record heard it, which surely explains why so many Germanic names are spelled weirdly by Italian-speaking priests. __gaTracker('send','pageview'); When I first started looking at old maps of Trento (such as the one in the image at the top of this page), I was baffled because the River Adige seemed to curve around and ‘embrace’ the city in such a way that it does not do today. According to Dr Albino Casetti in his Guida Storico – Archivistica del Trento, the parish archives contains several legal documents that can add to our understanding of the local history. Sometimes soprannome is preceded by an ‘equal’ sign (=). Articles on surnames and soprannomi (sometimes called ‘nicknames’) from the province of Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy. On pages 16-23 of Bertoluzza’s book from 1975, he lists ALL the names from the 1577 Libro della Cittadinanza di Trento. Bertoluzza offers two possible origins for this surname. SCORPIO, Vittoria; SURIAN, Nicola; CUCATO, Maurizio; DAI PRÁ, Elena; ZOLEZZI, Guido; COMITI, Francesco. These names start to ‘feel’ more familiar to me, as they resemble more closely (and in some cases are the same as) the forms of these surnames as I have seen them in the parish records, which started not long before this in the 1560s. Later, if you find an earlier record, change the notation to reflect that. p.send = noopfn; It appears not only in Cloz (I have found it in Cloz records throughout most of the 1600s) but also in Revò. Trento in the 1800s. Different valleys often have different dialects. 5. What was the ‘Istituto delle Laste' in Trento, and how can we find out about our ancestors who were born there? And, in the case of Trentino and other Italian ancestry. Bertoluzza says the Liber appears to have devolved into a register of ‘honorary’ citizens than a true, comprehensive list, even if only of property owners. Personally, I believe this the BEST option, as it makes it absolutely CLEAR that this name is a soprannome and not something else. Duvredo is a tiny ‘frazione’ (even smaller than a village) in Trentino in northern Italy, with a current population of only 94 people. Thus, in this series, I’d like to explore Trentino ‘geography’ through these different ‘lenses’: These lenses are inextricable intertwined. Children learned the skills of the profession from a young age, and sons often followed in their fathers’ footsteps, also becoming carbonai when they grew up. It is tempting to speculate a connection with the village of Calavino, but as ‘Calo-‘ and ‘Cala-‘ are not pronounced the same in Italian, and Calavino is on the other side of the province in Valle di Cavedine, I would be hesitant to jump to that conclusion without some concrete evidence. /* ]]> */ Thus, here is how my aunt SHOULD be entered into the tree: If you really wanted, you could put additional ‘also known as’ to put her nicknames ‘Gina’ and ‘Jeannie’, but I think those are unnecessary, as we already know she was known as ‘Jean’. The idea was that any time someone bought property (including ‘tavernas’ or other places where guests could stay) they would be added organically to the list, thus keeping an ongoing picture of the so-called ‘citizens’ of the city. ANZILOTTI, Giulia Maistrelli. Alternatively, he says it could be an expansion of the word ‘zaf’, a dialect term to indicate a ‘birro’, which referred to a guard who protected public order). Long before the age of mass immigration in the 19th century, certain families migrated to many different places within the province. }; We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. ‘Not Just a Nickname: Understanding Your Family Soprannome’. And secondly, as this was the era when so many of our ancestors started to emigrate from the province, this information helps put some historical context about what life was like at that time (in the city, at least). Se pratichi uno sport, inventa nomignoli cool per tutti i membri della squadra ispirandoti ai loro punti di forza. As a comune (plural comuni) is a local administrative entity, their boundaries are frequently in a state of flux, as populations shift. There are over 400 parishes in the diocese of Trento, each falling under the ecclesiastical care of one designated deanery. /* Provincia –> Comune –> Frazione. Over the years, I have managed to collect many thousands of Trentino parish records, which has enabled me to work from home on many (but not all) projects. I haven’t done extensive research on this surname, but it does appear in parchments for Brez and Castelfondo from the mid-1500s, and in early Cloz parish registers. Regions generally have more than one province. …and I will do my best not to make it as sleepy as Sister Rose Winifred’s geography class. In this video, I describe what life was like in Romeo’s home village, and the trials of crossing the ocean to a strange, new land. However, I believe this is a misleading term, and it doesn’t really reflect the true purpose and behaviour of a soprannome. Bleggio lies in the Giudicarie Valley (specifically in 'Giudicarie Esteriore') in the Santa Croce del Bleggio parish. Today, we move on to the first of a series of articles I will be writing on VAL DI NON, in the northern part of the province. background: none !important; But one thing is absolutely true: The Betta family has a colourful story. } TIP: Whichever method you choose, BE CONSISTENT. SIDE NOTE: The surname for the ‘Ballina’ family here eventually become ‘Fusari’. Rickyano. But as a genealogist, I feel it is my responsibility to present these to you as theories for your consideration, but not ironclad facts. There  is no way to know for sure right now. Fonte di ricerca BALOCCHI & PROFUMI -Renato Zaccarelli, Mobilia – Ferrario Fai una ricerca sul tuo musicista preferito e scopri come ha creato il proprio. Contrada Mursia Pantelleria, } Crea buoni nomi per giochi, profili, marchi o social network. Si ricorda il leggendario re inglese Riccardo I, detto Cuor di Leone. But, the DIOCESE of Trento itself still remains. The earliest baptismal record in Cloz I have found with this surname is dated 13 March 1648 (Giovanni, son of Francesco), but I haven’t yet done an exhaustive search to determine whether there are earlier records with this surname. “A me – confessa Riccardo – mi hanno chiamato Il Rosso per un cappotto rosso di pelliccia sintetica che portavo, ma siccome sembravo anche un lupo con tutto quel pelo mi chiamavano anche Ezi, come lupo Ezechiele“. }, /* Function to detect opted out users */ From this point on, we see the surname Canestrini always connected to this same family of master builders. However, I do have  resources to do a fair bit of research for many clients from home, and I will have some openings for a few new client projects starting in December 2020. } In the present-day country of Italy, there are currently 20 regions, 110 provinces, nearly 8,000 comuni, and I have NO idea how many frazioni. The people and surnames of the city of Trento before the year 1600. Below is an overview of what I discovered about the state of the records for the parish of Cloz, while working on a recent project. Cescolini is still in existence in Cloz today, with a few branches having settled in other nearby parishes in Val di Non. Nonetheless, I feel her work is a good starting point, especially as the author has some extremely useful and easy-to-read maps of each valley later in the book, which I will share with you as we go along through this series. 2000. Only a handful of extended families would have been living in each frazione. Again, this means we cannot do a precise comparison between this survey and those of previous years, but it does give us a general picture of overall urban growth. This tale has been the Betta family lore for many centuries. While Bertoluzza says the name ‘Rauta’ came from Valsugana in the 1400s, he says it also appears in Cloz at least by the late 1400s. I have seen this system used most frequently in 19th century records. Precisely where the Betta entered the province, and the path they took when they settled there is also disputed. ANZILOTTI, Giulia Mastrelli. Indeed, on pages 31-41 of Libro della Cittadinanza, he illustrates how different surnames have their origins in personal names, nicknames, place names, animal names, occupations, etc. Later, in 1525, this same Bonifacio was granted a title of rural nobility for his loyalty to the bishop of Trento, Bernardo Cles, during the Guerra Rustica (although, apparently, he didn’t engage in any of the military action). She hopes this tree, which already contains tens of thousands of people, will serve as a visual and spiritual reminder of how we are all fundamentally connected. Secondary sources, of which there are many, including research by other historians, are listed under ‘REFERENCES’ at the end of this article. On a list I recently received for Villa Banale in Val Giudicarie via Daniel Caliari at Giudicarie Storia, one of the soprannome for the surname Flaim was ‘Nonesi’, which means, ‘from Val di Non’. 0 0. Accessed 2 September 2020 from  https://www.cultura.trentino.it/archivistorici/unita/1483883. This map was taken from the book Toponomastica Trentina: I Nomi delle Località Abitate by Giulia Mastrelli Anzilotti (2003). 4. And when they do show up in earlier centuries, they are immediately noticeable to the genealogist as something unusual, and certainly significant. The church of San Stefano is mentioned in documents as far back as 1183, but the original structure was completely rebuilt around 1440. True or not, they certainly were successful in persuading Bishops and Emperors of their veracity. For example, perhaps your research diversified, and now you wanted to separate your notes for different branches of the family. Born 13 May 1711 and died sometime after 1768. In Cloz, the earliest example of the surname I have found is the baptism of Domenico, son of Giovanni Parolari and his wife Flor, dated 26 September 1599. As such, I’ve done a fair bit of research on both of these families, albeit not so much after these migrations to the city of Trento. #fca_eoi_form_1218 .fca_eoi_layout_2.fca_eoi_layout_postbox div.fca_eoi_layout_submit_button_wrapper { Leonardi says there was once a castle named Castel Cloz, but that we know nothing about it. The history for one particular surname – Betta – became so substantial, I thought it deserved to be shared in a blog post, especially as this surname crosses over into many other parts of the province. They are especially common in trees where people changed their names after immigration. The variant ‘Dorighini’ is also appears in Molveno, but the more common spelling in Cloz is Dorighin (without the final vowel). And, as mentioned, the husbands’ surnames stay with the husbands, not the wife. A Guide for Genealogists. However, in this particular case, the family’s soprannome is actually Chiesa (which means ‘church’ in English), as the priest has used the Latin word for church (Ecclesia). Well, I knew well that the surname ‘Flaim’ was not native to the Giudicarie but was, rather, indigenous to the parish of Revò in Val di Non. Before modern roads and motor vehicles, crossing these boundaries wasn’t impossible, but it was certainly not something you did every day. height: 1em !important; 2005. Some of the names in the above list might look more familiar if we apply these permutations ‘rules’ to find its more modern form. A glance at the geographic landscape of Trentino is a great teacher in this regard. @media screen and ( max-width: 550px ) { Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Died after 1741. If this refers to the Franch family, this might indicate the surname was not yet in use, and evolved into a surname sometime in the 15th century. RAUZI, Gian Maria. This page contains the most popular names in America and Europe. Carduso Da Riccarduso. During the medieval era, Trento blossomed into a cathedral city – the seat of the Bishopric of Trento. While many other dioceses in the world have shifted over the centuries, the parameters of the Archdiocese of Trento have remained pretty much unchanged for many centuries, despite many shifts on the civil landscape. Indeed, the Betta of Revò acquired the Bishop’s Palazzo – adorned with the stemma of Cardinal Cles – which still stands in the western part of the village, albeit in disrepair. Thus, together, the term means ‘on top of the name’. There are exceptions, of course. Some soprannomi indicate a connection with another place somewhere in the ancestral line. None of the records in which they are mentioned suggest they came from someplace else, which seems to indicate the surname was present in Cloz by the end of the 1500s. Bertoluzza cites a record dated 1411 that mentions a Guglielmo Betta of Tierno. settings: { return document.cookie.indexOf(disableStr + '=true') > -1; In 1922, she left her ancestral home, along with her 3 children (including my father), sister and brother, to join her husband Luigi Serafini (my grandfather from Duvredo, a nearby village in the same parish of Santa Croce) who had started a new life for them in the United States. Trento: Dossi Editore. Bertoluzza lists many people (well…actually all men) of note who had the surname Betta. Occasionally, you will see a soprannome that is derived from the name of a female ancestor, especially if the name is not so common. But gradually, and additional outbreaks of plague notwithstanding, the population not only restored itself, but eventually expanded by the 1600s. Author Pietro Micheli tells us that the name Bonifacio Betta appears in diploma of nobility in Marcena archives, dated 13 July 1495. What is of special interest to genealogists when studying the Carte de Regola (‘Carte’ = plural form) is that many of the heads of households of the community will be present at the drafting of the document, and their names will have been recorded. Here are a few he mentions: We all like a little bit of ‘glamour’ in our family history. https://trentinogenealogy.com/my-tree/. P.S. As civil records were still in their infancy in the early 1800s, the parameters for their body of statistics are often unclear and inconsistent. 1. ‘Popolazione Cloz 2001-2019’. 3 volumes. If you haven’t yet read that article, I invite you to check it out at https://trentinogenealogy.com/2020/04/trento-city-surnames-1600/. For example, these names on the list might be more commonly seen thusly (although I must stress that I am only hypothesising here): Lastly, some people appear not to have be recorded by a surname at all; rather, they are identified by their place of origin. Regardless of whether the starting point in Trentino was Tierno or Arco, what is less disputed by historians is that, by the late 1400s, one of the Arco branches moved north, to various points in Val di Non, namely Cles and Revò, and eventually to Castel Malgolo. Their soprannome was ‘Rollo dei Mori’, which means ‘Rollo of the Moors’.

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Can an illegitimate child ever become 'legitimate'? I couldn’t say that this was definitely the case, however, without future research. 2019. Riku. if ( 'undefined' === typeof gaOptout ) { When that happens, if you don’t know the soprannome (or you’re not paying attention) you might accidentally gloss over the record you’re looking for. Names were usually written phonetically, according to how the person recording the record heard it, which surely explains why so many Germanic names are spelled weirdly by Italian-speaking priests. __gaTracker('send','pageview'); When I first started looking at old maps of Trento (such as the one in the image at the top of this page), I was baffled because the River Adige seemed to curve around and ‘embrace’ the city in such a way that it does not do today. According to Dr Albino Casetti in his Guida Storico – Archivistica del Trento, the parish archives contains several legal documents that can add to our understanding of the local history. Sometimes soprannome is preceded by an ‘equal’ sign (=). Articles on surnames and soprannomi (sometimes called ‘nicknames’) from the province of Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy. On pages 16-23 of Bertoluzza’s book from 1975, he lists ALL the names from the 1577 Libro della Cittadinanza di Trento. Bertoluzza offers two possible origins for this surname. SCORPIO, Vittoria; SURIAN, Nicola; CUCATO, Maurizio; DAI PRÁ, Elena; ZOLEZZI, Guido; COMITI, Francesco. These names start to ‘feel’ more familiar to me, as they resemble more closely (and in some cases are the same as) the forms of these surnames as I have seen them in the parish records, which started not long before this in the 1560s. Later, if you find an earlier record, change the notation to reflect that. p.send = noopfn; It appears not only in Cloz (I have found it in Cloz records throughout most of the 1600s) but also in Revò. Trento in the 1800s. Different valleys often have different dialects. 5. What was the ‘Istituto delle Laste' in Trento, and how can we find out about our ancestors who were born there? And, in the case of Trentino and other Italian ancestry. Bertoluzza says the Liber appears to have devolved into a register of ‘honorary’ citizens than a true, comprehensive list, even if only of property owners. Personally, I believe this the BEST option, as it makes it absolutely CLEAR that this name is a soprannome and not something else. Duvredo is a tiny ‘frazione’ (even smaller than a village) in Trentino in northern Italy, with a current population of only 94 people. Thus, in this series, I’d like to explore Trentino ‘geography’ through these different ‘lenses’: These lenses are inextricable intertwined. Children learned the skills of the profession from a young age, and sons often followed in their fathers’ footsteps, also becoming carbonai when they grew up. It is tempting to speculate a connection with the village of Calavino, but as ‘Calo-‘ and ‘Cala-‘ are not pronounced the same in Italian, and Calavino is on the other side of the province in Valle di Cavedine, I would be hesitant to jump to that conclusion without some concrete evidence. /* ]]> */ Thus, here is how my aunt SHOULD be entered into the tree: If you really wanted, you could put additional ‘also known as’ to put her nicknames ‘Gina’ and ‘Jeannie’, but I think those are unnecessary, as we already know she was known as ‘Jean’. The idea was that any time someone bought property (including ‘tavernas’ or other places where guests could stay) they would be added organically to the list, thus keeping an ongoing picture of the so-called ‘citizens’ of the city. ANZILOTTI, Giulia Maistrelli. Alternatively, he says it could be an expansion of the word ‘zaf’, a dialect term to indicate a ‘birro’, which referred to a guard who protected public order). Long before the age of mass immigration in the 19th century, certain families migrated to many different places within the province. }; We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. ‘Not Just a Nickname: Understanding Your Family Soprannome’. And secondly, as this was the era when so many of our ancestors started to emigrate from the province, this information helps put some historical context about what life was like at that time (in the city, at least). Se pratichi uno sport, inventa nomignoli cool per tutti i membri della squadra ispirandoti ai loro punti di forza. As a comune (plural comuni) is a local administrative entity, their boundaries are frequently in a state of flux, as populations shift. There are over 400 parishes in the diocese of Trento, each falling under the ecclesiastical care of one designated deanery. /* Provincia –> Comune –> Frazione. Over the years, I have managed to collect many thousands of Trentino parish records, which has enabled me to work from home on many (but not all) projects. I haven’t done extensive research on this surname, but it does appear in parchments for Brez and Castelfondo from the mid-1500s, and in early Cloz parish registers. Regions generally have more than one province. …and I will do my best not to make it as sleepy as Sister Rose Winifred’s geography class. In this video, I describe what life was like in Romeo’s home village, and the trials of crossing the ocean to a strange, new land. However, I believe this is a misleading term, and it doesn’t really reflect the true purpose and behaviour of a soprannome. Bleggio lies in the Giudicarie Valley (specifically in 'Giudicarie Esteriore') in the Santa Croce del Bleggio parish. Today, we move on to the first of a series of articles I will be writing on VAL DI NON, in the northern part of the province. background: none !important; But one thing is absolutely true: The Betta family has a colourful story. } TIP: Whichever method you choose, BE CONSISTENT. SIDE NOTE: The surname for the ‘Ballina’ family here eventually become ‘Fusari’. Rickyano. But as a genealogist, I feel it is my responsibility to present these to you as theories for your consideration, but not ironclad facts. There  is no way to know for sure right now. Fonte di ricerca BALOCCHI & PROFUMI -Renato Zaccarelli, Mobilia – Ferrario Fai una ricerca sul tuo musicista preferito e scopri come ha creato il proprio. Contrada Mursia Pantelleria, } Crea buoni nomi per giochi, profili, marchi o social network. Si ricorda il leggendario re inglese Riccardo I, detto Cuor di Leone. But, the DIOCESE of Trento itself still remains. The earliest baptismal record in Cloz I have found with this surname is dated 13 March 1648 (Giovanni, son of Francesco), but I haven’t yet done an exhaustive search to determine whether there are earlier records with this surname. “A me – confessa Riccardo – mi hanno chiamato Il Rosso per un cappotto rosso di pelliccia sintetica che portavo, ma siccome sembravo anche un lupo con tutto quel pelo mi chiamavano anche Ezi, come lupo Ezechiele“. }, /* Function to detect opted out users */ From this point on, we see the surname Canestrini always connected to this same family of master builders. However, I do have  resources to do a fair bit of research for many clients from home, and I will have some openings for a few new client projects starting in December 2020. } In the present-day country of Italy, there are currently 20 regions, 110 provinces, nearly 8,000 comuni, and I have NO idea how many frazioni. The people and surnames of the city of Trento before the year 1600. Below is an overview of what I discovered about the state of the records for the parish of Cloz, while working on a recent project. Cescolini is still in existence in Cloz today, with a few branches having settled in other nearby parishes in Val di Non. Nonetheless, I feel her work is a good starting point, especially as the author has some extremely useful and easy-to-read maps of each valley later in the book, which I will share with you as we go along through this series. 2000. Only a handful of extended families would have been living in each frazione. Again, this means we cannot do a precise comparison between this survey and those of previous years, but it does give us a general picture of overall urban growth. This tale has been the Betta family lore for many centuries. While Bertoluzza says the name ‘Rauta’ came from Valsugana in the 1400s, he says it also appears in Cloz at least by the late 1400s. I have seen this system used most frequently in 19th century records. Precisely where the Betta entered the province, and the path they took when they settled there is also disputed. ANZILOTTI, Giulia Mastrelli. Indeed, on pages 31-41 of Libro della Cittadinanza, he illustrates how different surnames have their origins in personal names, nicknames, place names, animal names, occupations, etc. Later, in 1525, this same Bonifacio was granted a title of rural nobility for his loyalty to the bishop of Trento, Bernardo Cles, during the Guerra Rustica (although, apparently, he didn’t engage in any of the military action). She hopes this tree, which already contains tens of thousands of people, will serve as a visual and spiritual reminder of how we are all fundamentally connected. Secondary sources, of which there are many, including research by other historians, are listed under ‘REFERENCES’ at the end of this article. On a list I recently received for Villa Banale in Val Giudicarie via Daniel Caliari at Giudicarie Storia, one of the soprannome for the surname Flaim was ‘Nonesi’, which means, ‘from Val di Non’. 0 0. Accessed 2 September 2020 from  https://www.cultura.trentino.it/archivistorici/unita/1483883. This map was taken from the book Toponomastica Trentina: I Nomi delle Località Abitate by Giulia Mastrelli Anzilotti (2003). 4. And when they do show up in earlier centuries, they are immediately noticeable to the genealogist as something unusual, and certainly significant. The church of San Stefano is mentioned in documents as far back as 1183, but the original structure was completely rebuilt around 1440. True or not, they certainly were successful in persuading Bishops and Emperors of their veracity. For example, perhaps your research diversified, and now you wanted to separate your notes for different branches of the family. Born 13 May 1711 and died sometime after 1768. In Cloz, the earliest example of the surname I have found is the baptism of Domenico, son of Giovanni Parolari and his wife Flor, dated 26 September 1599. As such, I’ve done a fair bit of research on both of these families, albeit not so much after these migrations to the city of Trento. #fca_eoi_form_1218 .fca_eoi_layout_2.fca_eoi_layout_postbox div.fca_eoi_layout_submit_button_wrapper { Leonardi says there was once a castle named Castel Cloz, but that we know nothing about it. The history for one particular surname – Betta – became so substantial, I thought it deserved to be shared in a blog post, especially as this surname crosses over into many other parts of the province. They are especially common in trees where people changed their names after immigration. The variant ‘Dorighini’ is also appears in Molveno, but the more common spelling in Cloz is Dorighin (without the final vowel). And, as mentioned, the husbands’ surnames stay with the husbands, not the wife. A Guide for Genealogists. However, in this particular case, the family’s soprannome is actually Chiesa (which means ‘church’ in English), as the priest has used the Latin word for church (Ecclesia). Well, I knew well that the surname ‘Flaim’ was not native to the Giudicarie but was, rather, indigenous to the parish of Revò in Val di Non. Before modern roads and motor vehicles, crossing these boundaries wasn’t impossible, but it was certainly not something you did every day. height: 1em !important; 2005. Some of the names in the above list might look more familiar if we apply these permutations ‘rules’ to find its more modern form. A glance at the geographic landscape of Trentino is a great teacher in this regard. @media screen and ( max-width: 550px ) { Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Died after 1741. If this refers to the Franch family, this might indicate the surname was not yet in use, and evolved into a surname sometime in the 15th century. RAUZI, Gian Maria. This page contains the most popular names in America and Europe. Carduso Da Riccarduso. During the medieval era, Trento blossomed into a cathedral city – the seat of the Bishopric of Trento. While many other dioceses in the world have shifted over the centuries, the parameters of the Archdiocese of Trento have remained pretty much unchanged for many centuries, despite many shifts on the civil landscape. Indeed, the Betta of Revò acquired the Bishop’s Palazzo – adorned with the stemma of Cardinal Cles – which still stands in the western part of the village, albeit in disrepair. Thus, together, the term means ‘on top of the name’. There are exceptions, of course. Some soprannomi indicate a connection with another place somewhere in the ancestral line. None of the records in which they are mentioned suggest they came from someplace else, which seems to indicate the surname was present in Cloz by the end of the 1500s. Bertoluzza cites a record dated 1411 that mentions a Guglielmo Betta of Tierno. settings: { return document.cookie.indexOf(disableStr + '=true') > -1; In 1922, she left her ancestral home, along with her 3 children (including my father), sister and brother, to join her husband Luigi Serafini (my grandfather from Duvredo, a nearby village in the same parish of Santa Croce) who had started a new life for them in the United States. Trento: Dossi Editore. Bertoluzza lists many people (well…actually all men) of note who had the surname Betta. Occasionally, you will see a soprannome that is derived from the name of a female ancestor, especially if the name is not so common. But gradually, and additional outbreaks of plague notwithstanding, the population not only restored itself, but eventually expanded by the 1600s. Author Pietro Micheli tells us that the name Bonifacio Betta appears in diploma of nobility in Marcena archives, dated 13 July 1495. What is of special interest to genealogists when studying the Carte de Regola (‘Carte’ = plural form) is that many of the heads of households of the community will be present at the drafting of the document, and their names will have been recorded. Here are a few he mentions: We all like a little bit of ‘glamour’ in our family history. https://trentinogenealogy.com/my-tree/. P.S. As civil records were still in their infancy in the early 1800s, the parameters for their body of statistics are often unclear and inconsistent. 1. ‘Popolazione Cloz 2001-2019’. 3 volumes. If you haven’t yet read that article, I invite you to check it out at https://trentinogenealogy.com/2020/04/trento-city-surnames-1600/. For example, these names on the list might be more commonly seen thusly (although I must stress that I am only hypothesising here): Lastly, some people appear not to have be recorded by a surname at all; rather, they are identified by their place of origin. Regardless of whether the starting point in Trentino was Tierno or Arco, what is less disputed by historians is that, by the late 1400s, one of the Arco branches moved north, to various points in Val di Non, namely Cles and Revò, and eventually to Castel Malgolo. Their soprannome was ‘Rollo dei Mori’, which means ‘Rollo of the Moors’. Motori F1 2020, Nightmare Before Christmas - Youtube, Stivali Con Fibbie Uomo, Cristina Tudorache Instagram, Risultati In Tempo Reale, Cambio Comandante Generale Carabinieri, Allievo Ufficiale Marina Mercantile, Condizionatori Dual Split Bricoman, Stimmate San Francesco Significato,