Benedetto Parlapiano

1791–20 May 1848 (Age 57)
Caltabellotta, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy

The Life of Benedetto

Benedetto Parlapiano was born in 1791, in Caltabellotta, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy as the son of Pellegrino Parlapiano and Vincenza Spinello. He had at least 4 sons and 3 daughters with Giuseppa Grisafi. He died on 20 May 1848, in his hometown, at the age of 57.

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Family Time Line

Benedetto Parlapiano
1791–1848
Giuseppa Grisafi
1800–1877
Vincenza Parlapiano
1820–
Pellegrino Parlapiano
1823–
Maria Parlapiano
1828–1828
Calogero Parlapiano
1829–
Maria Parlapiano
1833–
Paolo Parlapiano
1836–
Giuseppe Parlapiano
1840–1840

Spouse and Children

children

(7)

    Vincenza Parlapiano

    Female1820–Female

    Male1823–Male

    Maria Parlapiano

    Female1828–1828Female

    Male1829–Male

    Maria Parlapiano

    Female1833–Female

+2 More Children

Parents and Siblings

    Pellegrino Parlapiano

    MaleMale

    Vincenza Spinello

    Female1767–1827Female

siblings

(4)

    Male1791–1848Male

    Paolo Parlapiano

    Male1791–1851Male

    Nicolo Parlapiano

    Male1795–1838Male

    Accursia Parlapiano

    Female–1851Female

World Events (2)

1814

Age 23

Napoleon abdicated his throne and Italy was broken up into small kingdoms.
1820

Age 29

Small revolutions in the kingdoms. Venice, Rome and Tuscany declare themselves Republics.

Name Meaning

Italian: nickname for someone with a soft voice or possibly a smooth talker, from parlare ‘to speak’ + piano ‘quietly’, ‘softly’.

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

Sources (3)

  • Benedetto Parlapiano in entry for Calogero Parlapiano and Angela Trapani, "Italy, Agrigento, Civil Registration (State Archive), 1820-1865"
  • Benedetto Parlapiano in entry for Pellegrino Parlapiano and Paola Nicolosi, "Italy, Agrigento, Civil Registration (State Archive), 1820-1865"
  • Benedetto in entry for Paolo Parlapiano, "Italy Marriages, 1809-1900"

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