Our American Family - Person Sheet
Our American Family - Person Sheet
NameGiovanni Domenico GOJETTINA 138,139, 224
Birth Date1706
Bapt Date13 Feb 1706 Age: <1
Bapt PlaceAlpette, Torino, ITALY
FatherGiovanni GOJETTINA , 448 (?-)
Spouses
Birth Date8 Feb 1706
Birth PlacePont Canavese, Torino, ITALY
Bapt Date8 Feb 1706 Age: <1
Bapt PlacePont Canavese, Torino, ITALY
Death Date1776 Age: 69
Death PlaceAlpette, Torino, ITALY
FatherGiacomo Antonio AIMONE , 450 (1661-1735)
MotherDomenica Margarita BAZZARONE , 451 (1666-1751)
Family ID6062
Marr Date13 Jun 1728138
Marr PlaceSanta Maria Delle Grazie, Pont Canavese, ITALY
ChildrenGiovanni Baptista , 112 (1737-1809)
Notes for Giovanni Domenico GOJETTINA
Giovanni Domenico Gojettina; son of Giovanni Gojettina and Caterina
Seren=Boetto=Andre; baptised 13 February 1706 Alpette; godparents Giovanni
Franciscus Goglio=Tina and Maria Domenica Seren=Boetto; died -----
* Giovanni Domenico Gojettina married 13 June 1728 Santa Maria delle Grazie/
Pont Canavese: Maria Magdalena Aimone141

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Notes for Maria Magdalena (Spouse 1)
Maria Magdalena Aimone; daughter of Giacomo Antonius Aimone and Domenica
Margherita Bazzarone; born 8 February 1706 Pont Canavese; baptised 8 February 1706
San Costanzo/Pont Canavese; died, age 70, --- ----- 1776 Alpette
* Maria Magdalena Aimone married 13 June 1728 Santa Maria delle Grazie/Pont
Canavese: Giovanni Domenico Gojettina141

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