--- In FraDiavolo@yahoogroups.com
, gcpezza@... wrote:
> Watch out.
> Many times the "Di" refers to the fathers name and may not mean the
> I came across arelative in the records that stated Giuseppe Di
> Later I found that is was Giuseppe Pezza and his father was
Francesco. Most of
> the last names will have the "di" connected as in DiLuca or DeLuca
> Di Luca.
Very true Greg -- however, this spacing is a new issue - with
explanation from overseas relatives being it is generated because of
computers now? Maybe a "spell checker" issue? But that is how we are
finding our names with our family overseas currently! Just kinda goes
along with that "a,e,i, or o" at end of name! Sigh!