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Carlo Lippi b. Abt 1766 San Giovanni, Stella Cilento, Salerno, Italia d. 02 Jan 1826: conjunctions « Conjunctions
Carlo Lippi

Carlo Lippi

Male Abt 1766 - 1826  (~ 60 years)

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  • Gender Male 
    Born Abt 1766  San Giovanni, Stella Cilento, Salerno, Italia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Died 02 Jan 1826  [1, 2, 3
    Notes 
    • -- In 1812 Carlo purchased a palatial home with adjacent country land from the Fancuilli family of Acquavella, who had inherited the same from a priest of the family.
      -- killed Antonio Cesare Ventimiglia during the rule of Giuseppe Buonaparte over the kingdom of Naples (about 1807); he was not tried for this crime
      -- served as decurion (Podesta?) 1819 to 1825

      Carlo became married to one Celeste Langulli from Moro of Civitella, this against the wishes of his father, by reason of which the latter disowned him allocating to said son merely a legitimate allowance. Said Carlo moved to Porcili, where during 1812 he purchased a palatial home with adjacent country land, formerly belonging to the Fancuilli family of Acquavella, who had inherited the same from a priest of the family who had lived ln Stella Cilento.

      Carlo rendered himself notorious through his killing of the Baron [signore?] of Stella Antonio Cesare Ventimiglia. The sald incident occurred during the rule of Giuseppe Buonaparte over the kingdom of Naples (about 1807), inasmuch as it is said that as he was about to deliver the fatal shot he exclaimed "Signore, Giuseppe Buonaparte sends you this." Altho this killing occurred in the presence of others, the said Carlo received no punishment from the law, perhaps largely due to the political powers in control at the time, and also perhaps due to the assistance received from the public.

      Records reveal that he was decurion [podesta] of the City from 1819 to 1825.

      Carlo having died Jan. 2, 1826, left eight children, three boys and five girls as Letizia, married Domiani of Cosentini, Leonilda died in 1827, Pasqualina died in 1837, Bambina born in 1812 died during about 1890 and Clorinda married to Raffaele LaGrega, artist-painter, of Cannicchio, she died after 1900.
    Person ID I00055  Primary
    Last Modified 6 Jul 2016 

    Father Andrea Lippi,   b. ca 1733, Stella Cilento, Salerno, Campania, Italy Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 03 Nov 1797, Stella Cilento, Salerno, Campania, Italy Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 64 years) 
    Mother Angiola Grasso,   c. 09 Jan 1857, Stella Cilento, Salerno, Campania, Italy Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 2 children 
    Family ID F00015  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Celeste Lanzulli 
    Children 
     1. Pasqualina Lippi  [Natural]
     2. Clorinda Lippi  [Natural]
     3. F. Paolo Lippi  [Natural]
     4. Bambina Lippi  [Natural]
     5. Francesco Paolo Lippi  [Natural]
     6. Stanislao Lippi  [Natural]
     7. Letizia Lippi  [Natural]
    +8. Luigi Lippi,   c. 04 Mar 1802, Stella Cilento, Salerno, Campania, Italy Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 01 Jul 1862  (Age ~ 60 years)  [Natural]
    Last Modified 4 May 2016 
    Family ID F21841  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Sources 
    1. [S558] Stella Cilento, Vital Records.
      Death Record:
      2 JAN 1826 Don Carlo Lippi age 60, born in San
      Giovanni, landowner, resident in Porcili, son of the late Don Andrea Lippi, landowner who lived in San Giovanni when he was alive and of the late Donna Angiola Grasso, "gentildonna" who also lived in San Giovanni when she was alive.
      Carlo Lippi died in his home in Porcili on Strada
      Capocasale.

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    3. [S558] Stella Cilento, Vital Records.
      Death Record:
      2 JAN 1826 Don Carlo Lippi age 60, born in San
      Giovanni, landowner, resident in Porcili, son of the late Don Andrea Lippi, landowner who lived in San Giovanni when he was alive and of the late Donna Angiola Grasso, "gentildonna" who also lived in San Giovanni when she was alive.
      Carlo Lippi died in his home in Porcili on Strada
      Capocasale.