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GIULIANOTTI -Graparini – Landini line

Another line from Borgo Val da Tora is the link between the Giulianotti’s and Landini family from the same region.

The Aberdeen line of Giulianotti and Landini

This line lived at 24 Chapel Street which is an address well known to our family.   They moved from Parma at the turn of the century having been married in Borgo val da Tora on 8th February 1898.   They settled in Aberdeen with the rest of their siblings and cousins.  Antonio died on 11th June 1947.

One of their children named Attilio Giulianotti married a lady called Vittoria Bellini.   She was from London.

 Witness to the wedding was Alert Giulianotti, 24 Chapel Street, Peterhead.

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Hello .  My name is  Maria Teresa Giulianotti.

My maternal grandmother was Maria Domenica Giulianotti, daughter of Antonio Giulianotti and Elizabeta Landini.

She was born  on 10 September 1905. My grandmother was widowed and married 08/01/1932 by Moscatellli Gughielmo power in the Church of Peterhead, and lived at 24 Chapel Street, as a record of the Catholic Church of Rome District Peterhead, Aberdeen.

She came to live in Uruguay in South America, and tube 4 children: Julia; twins Ernesto and Maria Elena, and Guillerno.

Maria Elena is my mother has memories of her  uncle Luigi and Attilio, and letters of Albert and Nellie cousins ​​who showed his madre.

Yo was very young but I remember Attilio and his wife Victoria who were over here, and we postcards who ordered them and their daughter Silvia who was married to Danilo.

Attilio remember talking about the ice cream factory and had won awards for its ice cream, which were different from those made here.

It came before Attilio another family, but I remember I was very young, I will ask my mother her name. I would like you to ask your father if you remember these facts which I narrated and if you want to contact.

Greetings to all.

3 Responses to “GIULIANOTTI -Graparini – Landini line”

  1. teresa maria giulianotti says:

    ATTILIO AND VITTORIA LIVED IN 105 FOREST AVENUE AND ALSO OWNED THE RENDEVOUS CAFE NEXT TO THEIR HOUSE AND THEY ALSO HAD A DAUGHTER CALLED SYLVIA WHOM I BELEIVE IS IN HER LATE SEVENTIES WHOM IS MY FATHERS COUSIN AND LIVES UP IN DEESIDE

  2. Alison Piasecka says:

    I used to visit my Granny every summer as a child between the mid 50s and the early 70s. A real highlight was getting a cone or a slider from the Rendezvous just down Forest Avenue. The family were so kind and always chatted, and we were made to feel very special. I can still taste the icecream- the best ever.

  3. Alison Piasecka says:

    My Granny was called Hilda Leatham and she lived at 181 Forest Avenue, Aberdeen.

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