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Saturday, June 21, 2008

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. , with issue.

Libro d'Oro di Melita

Some Extinct titled families listings

1.1. Enrico Cagege.

1.2. Massmiliano Cagege.

1.3. Stefana Cagege.

1.4. Eleanora Cagege.

1.5. Carlo Cagege.

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