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House of Habsburg

Charles V of Spain Holy Roman Emperor "House of Habsburg" proclaimed the people of Randazzo were all knights (emperor-elect 1519–1530).

Barone di Azzolina

Barone di Santo Stefano di Camastra 98077
Barone di Santo Stefano di Mistretta 98077
Barone di Contrada Felicita 98077
Barone di Contrada Puzzarello 98077
Barone di Contrada Sparta 98077
Barone di Contrada Antara 98077

Baron of Santo Stefano di Camastra - Trigona
http://www.bestofsicily.com/peers.htm

Barone di Santo Stefano di Mistretta [+donna Maria-Carolina Trigona, dei principi di S.Elia, n.1896; o Pier Marino Albanese, figlio di donna Giovanna Albanese, nata Trigona].

http://www.chivalricorders.org/nobility/peersici.htm

Barone di Azzolina

La famiglia Trigonna o Trigona, Triona o anche De Trigona, presente negli archivi di Licata sin dal 1550, appartiene ad una casta nobiliare assai nota trapiantatasi in quasi tutti i maggiori centri della Sicilia. Qui passò verso il secolo XIII con Ermanno Trigona, valoroso capitano dell’imperatore Federico II, e vi ebbe come compenso, nel 1239, la castallania ed il castello di Mistretta; godette nobiltà a Catania, Siracusa, Piazza Armerina Palermo e Licata…

Barone di Azzolina

Barone di Santo Stefano di Camastra 98077
Barone di Santo Stefano di Mistretta 98077
Barone di Contrada Felicita 98077
Barone di Contrada Puzzarello 98077
Barone di Contrada Sparta 98077
Barone di Contrada Antara 98077

Baron of Santo Stefano di Camastra - Trigona
http://www.bestofsicily.com/peers.htm

Barone di Santo Stefano di Mistretta [+donna Maria-Carolina Trigona, dei principi di S.Elia, n.1896; o Pier Marino Albanese, figlio di donna Giovanna Albanese, nata Trigona].

http://www.chivalricorders.org/nobility/peersici.htm

Barone di Azzolina

La famiglia Trigonna o Trigona, Triona o anche De Trigona, presente negli archivi di Licata sin dal 1550, appartiene ad una casta nobiliare assai nota trapiantatasi in quasi tutti i maggiori centri della Sicilia. Qui passò verso il secolo XIII con Ermanno Trigona, valoroso capitano dell’imperatore Federico II, e vi ebbe come compenso, nel 1239, la castallania ed il castello di Mistretta; godette nobiltà a Catania, Siracusa, Piazza Armerina Palermo e Licata…

Sephardic

Vincenzo Cagege, 19 Sep 1567.

Other Jewish surnames might be Parnis, Refalo, Cagege, Sansuni, Episcopu, the latter frequently resulting from the conversion of a rabbi. It has also been suggested that Muscat could also be of Jewish origin.

Arexula (=Ra]un), Bakibac, Berqax, Bugibba, Buras, Busalib, Buturra, Cadide, Cadumi, Cadus, Cafor, Cagege, Cahalun, Canzuhuc, Carcar, Carchune, Chakem, Cutiti, Dejf, Dorbies, Fartasi, Gazal, Gibasal, Guaractu, Hafaride, Lificar, Mahduf, Mahnuq, Meze, Mifsud, Mihallef, Muhammad, Muhtar, Mula, Muzangar, Sabbara (Zabbara), Sansuni (reintroduced from Sicily), Tabuni, Xara, Zumahac.

Ceara Cagege

Contents of 1031 Kettubot from the Sephardic Portuguese community (Grana or Leghorn Jews) of Tunis.

Hagege, Hagège

Caggegi/Cagege

The origin of the 'Maltese' surnames

The Militia List of 1419-20: A new Starting Poin for the Study of Malta's Population

Godfrey Wettinger

Other Jewish surnames might be Parnis, Refalo, Cagege, Sansuni, Episcopu, the latter frequently resulting from the conversion of a rabbi. It has also been suggested that Muscat could also be of Jewish origin.

Cathedral Archives, Mdina, Malta, Università, Quaderni Diversi No. 3: 'Quaternu factu et ordinatu per li nobili capitaneo et Jurati (et or di lu) consiglu per la guardia de la hisula de Mauta anni XIII Indicionis'.

Caggegi/Cagege

Ihesus Christus

Nobili Lancza Vaccaru et Antonj Cagege

[p.186] “Bandi” &c., of the XV Century [II]

E.R. Leopardi

m Pascalinu Cagege f
o Gullielmu Cagege
m Benedittu Cagege
o Salvu Cagege
m Jorgi Cagege
m Orlandu Cagege
m Fidericu Cagege
o Frankinu Cagege
o Antoni Cagege
p Johanni Cagege
Benedittu Cagege
o Aduardu Cagege ii


The Malta Historical Society, 2005.


1. Notary Gullelmus Cagege, married Eva Ragusa. , w…

R1b1c: U5a1a:

R1b1c: U5a1a:

Ancient DNA

Cheddar Man
U5a
16192T, 16270T

Niall - Niall of the Nine Hostages
R1b

Famous DNA

Charlie Rose R1b
Spencer Wells R1b
Chris Haley R1b

Presidential DNA/Founding Father DNA

John Adams R1b

John Quincy Adams R1b

Zachary Taylor R1b

Franklin Pierce R1b

James Buchanan R1b

Abraham Lincoln R1b

William McKinley R1B

Woodrow Wilson R1b

Y-DNA: R1b1b2: 13-24-14-11-11-14-12-12-12-13-13-29

Exact Y-DNA matches with:

Anglo-Norman families - Y-DNA: R1b1b2: M173+ M207+ M269+ M343+ P25+

Y-DNA: R1b1b2: 13-24-14-11-11-14-12-12-12-13-13-29

House of Livet (Levett);
House of Malet;
House of Clare;
House of Saint-Clair;
House of Aubigny (or of Albini)
House of Bourgeois; Bourgondiën
House of Bellême; Bell
House of Bohun;
House of Lacy; Lacy-Hulbert
House of Mortimer; Mortimer Byrd
House of Montgommery; House of Montgomery
House of Saint-Clair; Sinclair

Spelling variations of this family name include: Lévis, Lévi, Lévie, Le Vie, de Lévis, de Lévie, de Lévis, Lévy, Levison, Levisonne, Levisonnes, Levisson, Levissonne, Levissonnes, Levisons, Levissons, Levisont, Levisonts, Levisond, Levisonds, Levey, Lévee, Levis

First found in Ile-de-France, where this remarkable family has been traced since the 12th century.

Spelling variations of this family name include: Lovatt, Lovat, Lovet, Lovett, Lovit, Lovitt

First found in Buckingham where they were seated from very early times and were granted lands by Duk…

Baron - Barone - Baro

Baron - Barone - Baro

Giovanni Merlo-Serraino-Azzolina Caggegi-Raciti

Barone di Santo Stefano di Camastra 98077
Barone di Santo Stefano di Mistretta 98077
Barone di Contrada Felicita 98077
Barone di Contrada Puzzarello 98077
Barone di Contrada Sparta 98077
Barone di Contrada Antara 98077

Exact Y-DNA matches with:

Anglo-Norman families - Y-DNA: R1b1b2: M173+ M207+ M269+ M343+ P25+

Y-DNA: R1b1b2: 13-24-14-11-11-14-12-12-12-13-13-29

House of Livet (Levett);
House of Malet;
House of Clare;
House of Saint-Clair;
House of Aubigny (or of Albini)
House of Bourgeois; Bourgondiën
House of Bellême; Bell
House of Bohun;
House of Lacy; Lacy-Hulbert
House of Mortimer; Mortimer Byrd
House of Montgommery; House of Montgomery
House of Saint-Clair; Sinclair
Norse-Gaels

The Norse-Gaels were a people who dominated much of the Irish Sea region and western Scotland for a large part of the Middle Ages, whose aristocracy were mainly of Scandinavian origin, but as a whole exhibited a great deal of Gaelic and Norse cultural syncretism. They are generally known by the Gaelic name which they themselves used, of which "Norse-Gaels" is a translation. This term is subject to a large range of variations depending on chronological and geographical differences in the Gaelic language, i.e. Gall Gaidel, Gall Gaidhel, Gall Gaidheal, Gall Gaedil, Gall Gaedhil, Gall Gaedhel, Gall Goidel, etc, etc. The terminology was used both by native Irish and native Scots who wished to alienate them, and by the Norse-Gaels themselves who wished to stress their Scandinavian heritage and their links with Norway and other parts of the Scandinavian world. The nativised presence of Norsemen in Ireland also lent at least one self-reference, that of Ostmen. Other moder…

Anglo-Norman families - Y-DNA: R1b1b2: M173+ M207+ M269+ M343+ P25+

Anglo-Norman families - Y-DNA: R1b1b2: M173+ M207+ M269+ M343+ P25+

Y-DNA: R1b1b2: 13-24-14-11-11-14-12-12-12-13-13-29

THE WESTERN ATLANTIC MODAL HAPLOTYPE WAMH

House of Livet (Levett);
House of Malet;
House of Clare;
House of Saint-Clair;
House of Aubigny (or of Albini); Bourgeois,
Bourgondiën, Bourgeois
House of Bellême; Bell
House of Bohun;
House of Lacy; Lacy-Hulbert
House of Mortimer; Mortimer Byrd
House of Montgommery; House of Montgomery
House of Saint-Clair; Sinclair

The Saint-Amand Connection Lines

Village of Livet in Normandy

The Kew Palace of Queen Carlota

The building now known as Kew Palace was originally a palace of

moderate proportions, as opposed to the old palace, known as Dutch

House. This was taken through a long lease, by George III to the

heirs of Sir Richard Levett, a powerful merchant and former Lord

Mayor of London, which had purchased the grandson of the original

owner, a Dutch merchant who had built the house in 1663.

Originally from Sussex, the family Levett (whose name comes …

Barone di Santo Stefano di Camastra 98077

Giovanni Merlo-Serraino-Azzolina Caggegi-Raciti

Barone di Santo Stefano di Camastra 98077
Barone di Santo Stefano di Mistretta 98077
Barone di Contrada Felicita 98077
Barone di Contrada Puzzarello 98077
Barone di Contrada Sparta 98077
Barone di Contrada Antara 98077
O+: U5a1a

Ireland 47%
Netherlands 39%
Belgium 38.1%
UK 37%
France 36%
Germany 35%
Denmark 35%
Sweden 32%
Poland 31%
Austria 30%
Finland 27%

A+: R1b1c

Finland 38%
France 37%
Germany 37%
Denmark 37%
Sweden 37%
Netherlands 35%
UK 35%
Belgium 34%
Austria 33%
Poland 32%
Ireland 26%

Rh-positive, Type A+

R1b1b2: M173+ M207+ M269+ M343+ P25+
13-24-14-11-11-14-12-12-12-13-13-29

Most exact DNA matches - found in Wales, Scotland, France, Iceland, Northern Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, England (Basque People).

U5a1a: 16157C, 16192T, 16256T, 16270T, 16320T, 16399G

Most exact DNA matches - found in Scotland & Finland (Sami People).

Rh-positive, Type A+

Mostly found in Northern & Central Europe.

Finland - 38%
Denmark - 37%
France - 37%
Germany - 37%
Sweden - 37%

Green eyes are the product of moderate amounts of melanin. Only 1-2% of the world's population has green eyes and it is the least common eye color. Green eyes are most often found among people of Northern and Southern European origin.

Countries with a high percentage of green eyes are Iceland, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Germany, Ireland and the Netherlands.

Only 2% of human population have green eyes. Hungary is the country with the highest percentage of green eyed people, about 20%.
Fellow ISOGG Members,

I have found a common pattern among eleven
Anglo-Norman houses with - my 12 Marker Y-DNA (Exact
Matches with 1412 people in the FTDNA Database)

Anglo-Norman families with exact matches to R1b1b2:
13-24-14-11- 11-14-12- 12-12-13- 13-29

These are the Anglo-Norman houses with exact matches:

House of Livet (Levett);
House of Malet;
House of Clare;
House of Saint-Clair;
House of Aubigny (or of Albini); Bourgeois,
Bourgondiën, Bourgeois
House of Bellême; Bell
House of Bohun;
House of Lacy; Lacy-Hulbert
House of Mortimer; Mortimer Byrd
House of Montgommery;
House of Saint-Clair; Sinclair

John Raciti