Re: [corsicalista] Re: Genealogy information
- Thank you for your interest. All we have is the family bible to go on. The
story goes that atwo of his ?Aunts were carmelite nuns in France curing the
revilolution and the family fled france when these two were guillotined at
Compaire. I the researched the story of the Compeigne nuns and found there were
two sisters who were involved with the convent and were guillotined.
We dont obviously know what side of the family was involved with the moved to
Corsica. The fact that Dominic Bianchi was a family friend and we have his
citizenship note in Australia, where he gave his birth as being from Bastia,
Corsica. We are not even sure how they all came to Australia. We do know that
our GGGrandfather was here in1879, for that was when he married Dinah
It is indeed an interesting story.
I will make contact with the embassy to see what information they have or can
lead me to.
Thank You so much.
--- joeblackforu2 <joeblackforu2@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Shirley White" <biru29us@...>Shirley and Jeff White
> > HI there
> > found this list today - have been trying to trace a
> > lines - The family legend states his family moved from France to
> > Corsica during/after the French Revolution.
> > His hame was changed when leaving for australia to Jonny Walker -
> > he could only speak french and the people could not transcribe his
> > name. The correct name, we have been told was Giovanna Baptiste
> > Montarte. Now, this has been a hame transcribed into the family
> > by his wife - who was scottish. Therein we have a dilemma
> > the correct name or spelling! We believe from his marriage he was
> > born in approximately 1852.
> > When he married he was married in Adelaide in 1879 as Charles
> > Walker. He was a fisherman for the majority of his life. We have a
> > huge gap in this part of our story.
> > We know a family friend came to Adelaide to Find "Charles" and he
> > stayed in Adelaide until his death. As Charles had all of his
> > children christened in the Roman Catholic hurch, we presume he was
> > Catholic faith.
> > The family friend's name was "Dominic Bianchi" and his immigration
> > certificate states he (Dominic) was born in Bastia.
> > I find this story intriuging and have been searching
> > everything "corsica" ever since. I have noticed of late
> > I would love to find out more information about this man.
> > Regards
> > Shirley White
> > Canberra Australia
> I WAS READING YOUR E MAIL AND FOUND IT VERY INTERESTING I TELL YOU
> WHY.IF THE LAST NAMES YOU ARE GIVING ARE RIGHT THAT SIDE OF YOUR
> FAMILY COMES FROM SOUTHERN ITALY NOT FRANCE. BIANCHI WICH MEANS
> WHITE IN ITALIAN IS A VERY COMMON LAST NAME IN CORSICA. THE REGION
> OF BASTIA HAS AS MANY AS 30 DIFFERENT BLOOD LINES NONE RELATED.
> IF YOU WANT TO FIND ABOUT THIS MAN JUST TALK TO THE FRENCH EMBASSY
> AND A DELEGATE WILL BE ASSIGNED TO YOU FREE OF CHARGE. THIS BECAUSE
> OF THE FACT THAT IS A FAMILY MATTER,
> YOUR FRIEND
> JOSEH ANTONIO CONTRARIOUS DEGADO
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