Our American Family - Person Sheet
Our American Family - Person Sheet
NameGiacomo Antonio AIMONE 138,139, 450
Birth Date1661
Birth PlaceITALY
Bapt Date2 Jan 1661 Age: <1
Bapt PlacePont Canavese, Torino, ITALY
Death Date29 Oct 1735 Age: 74
Death PlaceSan Costanzo, Pont Canavese, ITALY
FatherGiovanni Battista AIMONE , 900 (?-)
MotherDomenica BOETTO , 901 (?-)
Spouses
Birth Date29 Aug 1666
Birth PlacePont Canavese, Torino, ITALY
Bapt Date29 Aug 1666 Age: <1
Bapt PlacePont Canavese, Torino, ITALY
Death Date23 Dec 1751 Age: 85
Death PlacePont Canavese, Torino, ITALY
MotherAntonia AIMONE=GAT , 903 (?-)
Family ID6098
Marr Date30 Apr 1685
Marr PlacePont Canavese, Torino, ITALY
Marr MemoItaly, Select Marriages, 1809-1900
ChildrenMaria Magdalena , 225 (1706-1776)
Notes for Giacomo Antonio AIMONE
Giacomo Antonio Aimone; son of Giovanni Battista Aimone and Domenica Boetto;
baptised 2 January 1661 Pont Canavese; died 29 October 1735 San Costanzo, Pont
Canavese
* Giacomo Antonio Aimone marrried 30 April 1685 San Costanzo, Pont Canavese
[consanguinity in third and fourth degree]: Domenica Margherita Bazzarone141

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also listed as Antonius138

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Notes for Domenica Margarita (Spouse 1)
Domenica Margherita Bazzarone; daughter of Giovanni Rolando Bazzarone and Antonia
Aimone=Gat; born 29 August 1666, baptised 29 August 1666 Pont Canavese; died 23
December 1751 Pont Canavese
* Domenica Margherita Bazzarone married 30 April 1685 San Costanzo, Pont
Canavese [consanguinity in third and fourth degree]: Giacomo Antonio Aimone141

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