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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:03 pm    Post subject: Genealogical researches are now easier... Reply with quote

Not for all, clearly!
www.rainews24.rai.it/n...sid=106896 (Sorry, the article is in italian).

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:08 pm    Post subject: Re: Genealogical researches are now easier... Reply with quote

Hi Luca!
I am copying and pasting the article because I find with news articles, the links go dead after a day or so once new articles replace it. Hope you don't mind.
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Fini commuove la Pelosi con gli atti di nascita dei nonni: di Chieti e Rovegno

Nancy Pelosi commossa a Roma

"Oh, mamma mia, non me lo aspettavo davvero, è un'emozione travolgente". Ha gli occhi lucidi, il presidente della Camera dei Rappresentanti americana, Nancy Pelosi, quando il presidente della Camera dei deputati, Gianfranco Fini, estrae 'dal cilindro' la sorpresa imprevista ed imprevedibile: una foto d'epoca di Montenerodomo, l'invito del sindaco di Rovegno che invita la signora Pelosi a visitare la città natale della nonna. E soprattutto: i certificati di nascita dei suoi nonni italiani.

"Sappiamo quanto sia orgogliosa delle sue radici italiane", ha detto Fini, consegnando l'omaggio a titolo personale a una commossa Pelosi. Il nonno paterno di Nancy Pelosi, Tommaso Fedele D'Alessandro, nacque l'11 settembre 1868 a Montenerodomo in provincia di Chieti, mentre la nonna, Maria Petronilla Foppiani, a Rovegno, nel genovese, nel 1894.

Insieme ai certificati di nascita e battesimo del nonno, "all'insegna della parità tra uomo e donna, c'è anche l'atto di nascita di sua nonna", ha sottolineato Fini in un clima cordiale e amichevole. "Quando gli italiani sono andati in America, hanno fatto l'America più America", ha detto la speaker della Camera Usa.

Article from RAINEWS24 / ITALIA
Roma | 16 febbraio 2009

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:15 pm    Post subject: Re: Genealogical researches are now easier... Reply with quote

Here's an English version of the same story for you all...

(duly cut and pasted Boss Razz )

Pelosi gets surprise present
House speaker 'thrilled' by grandparents' birth certificates
(ANSA) - Rome, February 16 - US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi got a surprise gift from Chamber of Deputies Speaker Gianfranco Fini on her visit to the Italian lower house: the birth certificates of her grandparents.

''We know how proud you are of your Italian roots,'' said Fini as he handed over the certificates of Pelosi's Abruzzo-born grandfather and her Liguria-born grandmother. ''Oh, Mamma Mia, I wasn't expecting this, it's such a great thrill,'' replied a teary-eyed Pelosi. Pelosi paternal grandfather, Tommaso Fedele D'Alessandro, was born on 11 September 1868 in Montenerodomo near Chieti, Abruzzo.

Her grandmother, Maria Petronilla Foppiani, was born in Rovegno near Genovese in 1894. Fini also gave Pelosi a photo of Montenerodomo in her grandfather's time and a letter from the mayor of Rovegno inviting her to visit her grandmother's birthplace.

Pelosi, the first woman speaker of the US lower house, arrived in Italy Saturday for a six-day visit.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:20 pm    Post subject: Re: Genealogical researches are now easier... Reply with quote

nuccia wrote:
Hi Luca!
I am copying and pasting the article because I find with news articles, the links go dead after a day or so once new articles replace it. Hope you don't mind.
Perfect!

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:20 pm    Post subject: Re: Genealogical researches are now easier... Reply with quote

Thank you Carole! The online translator was confusing. Thanks for posting the article, Luca. Smile

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