Our American Family - Person Sheet
Our American Family - Person Sheet
NameGiacomo SANDRETTO 138,139, 228
Birth Date1712
Birth PlaceAlpette, Torino, ITALY
Death Date19 Mar 1752 Age: 40
Burial Date20 Mar 1752
Burial PlaceAlpette, Torino, ITALY
FatherPietro SANDRETTO , 456 (1681-1759)
MotherMaria Maddalena GOGLIO=MARTINA , 457 (~1681-~1746)
Birth Date1712
Death Date22 Feb 1772 Age: 60
Burial Date23 Feb 1772
Burial PlaceAlpette, Torino, ITALY
FatherMichele AIMONE , 458 (?-)
MotherAnna Maria _____ , 459 (?-)
Family ID6064
Marr Date25 Jun 1732
Marr PlaceSanta Maria Delle Grazie, Pont Canavese, ITALY
ChildrenGuiseppe Martino , 114 (>1732-1802)
 Giovanni Francesco (~1736-1781)
Notes for Giacomo SANDRETTO
Giacomo Sandretto; son of Pietro Sandretto and Maddalena Goglio=Martina; born 1711-
1712 Alpette1; died, age 40, 19 March 1752, buried 20 March 1752 Alpette
* Giacomo Sandretto of Alpette married 25 June 1732 Santa Maria delle Grazie/
Pont Canavese: Antonia Maria Aimone141


Alpette1 notation says “There is a record for Giovanni Giacomo son of Giovanni Pietro and Magdalena Ceretto baptised 1 March 1704 Alpette, which might conceivably belong to Giacomo Sandretto. This is the sole child in the register of Pietro and Magdalena Ceretto (although there certainly are children for Pietro Sandretto=Ceretto in the registers.”138,139

Notes for Antonia Maria (Spouse 1)
Antonia Maria Aimone; daughter of Michele Aimone and Anna Aimone; born 1712-1713
-----; died his widow, age 59, 22 February 1772, buried 23 February 1772 Alpette
* Antonia Maria Aimone married 25 June 1732 Santa Maria delle Grazie/Pont
Canavese: Giacomo Sandretto141

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