L'albero di tre comuni della Carnia » Giacoma Elisabetta Cozzi (1826-1902)

Personal data Giacoma Elisabetta Cozzi 

Ancestors (and descendant) of Giacoma Elisabetta Cozzi

Household of Giacoma Elisabetta Cozzi

She is married to Luigi Pietro Leschiutta.

They got married in the year 1864, she was 38 years old.


  1. Antonio Vittorio Leschiutta  1867-1870
  2. Maria Giacoma Leschiutta  1871-1871
  3. Orsola Caterina Leschiutta  1864-???? 

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