San Marco in Lamis

Region: Puglia Province: Foggia

San Marco in Lamis

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Dual Citizenship in San Marco in Lamis
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Traditional food and delicacies from San Marco in Lamis
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San Marco in Lamis and Foggia in the World!
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Best Wines from San Marco in Lamis and Puglia
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Old recipes from Puglia
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San Marco in Lamis gift shop
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  1. Sherri says:

    I am new here but I have access to records before 1900 and I would love to help. My grandparents came from San Marco to the U.S.

  2. Elizabeth says:


    My father was an orphan in this town. He was born 10/20/1948. He said it was a home for foundlings and/or catholic church. Could anyone help me with the name of where this could be?


  3. Pia says:

    Questo sito è davvero incredibile!

  4. Anthony says:

    Hi my name is Anthony Villani and I am seeking information about my father, Antonio Villani.
    He travelled to Australia circa 1936/1938 and was born 1924. He has 2 older brothers and a sister (he may have more brothers and sisters; however I only met 3). His brothers are Luigi Villani (who dies in Australia 1982/1983 and was married to Lucia) and Nicola (I think that would be his Italian name – he was a Catholic Priest). His sister was Michelina.
    Any information you may have is appreciated.

    • Luisa Villani says:

      Hi Anthony,
      My grandfather came to Australia in 1951. His name is Antonio Villani. He also has a brother named Luigi Villani. My Dad also knows of another Antonio Villani who was fruiterer, working at the Victoria Markets in the 1960s.