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Old 1st June 2016, 11:52 AM
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Prof.Papadaki referred me to her academia.edu work : " Venetian nobles of Crete during the 16th century "

http://tinyurl.com/gnkf2cl ( In Greek )

The Maurici/Maurizio family is mentioned on p 311 -312 and they gained Cretan Noble status on
19th,March,1575 - there were 4 brothers ( Konstantis ,Nicolos,Michel and Manolis )
There were in fact another two brothers.

Giovanni and Cristodalo.

Also Nicolo married Diana Filomati and they had a son called Francesco who married Elisabeth Venier.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Venier


This latter union produced a son called Giorgio.

*I would like to thank my genetic cousin R.Penso for contacting ASV (State archives Venice )
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Old 12th June 2016, 02:09 PM
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There were in fact another two brothers.

Giovanni and Cristodalo.
I must mention, that these two didn't acquire Cretan noble status and Prof. Papadaki's paper was about Cretan nobility.

Also many thanks to Dott.Bin and Dott.Norio of the Trieste library for sending me all genealogical information they had on the noble Maurizio de Mohrenfeld family (my genetic cousins).

Hopefully, more individuals,that have the MAURIZIO surname and who can trace their ancestry to Veneto will Y DNA test.
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Old 6th July 2016, 10:13 AM
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Last week whilst searching for paper to make some notes I stumbled upon an old notebook.

It contained genealogical notes, that I had made whilst I was at GSA Corfu in 2003 ( GSA = Greek state archives )

The entry ,that caught my attention was dated 1645 and it was a marriage between a Konstantis G ( G= a variant of the first name giorgio ) and a Maroula Drag(h)ia daughter of Piero.

Konstantis = Costantino
Maroula = Maria/Mary

At the time of making the notes( I DNA tested for the first time a year later in 2004 ) the entry didn't seem relevant, but after my new Y DNA match with MAURIZIO in March,2016.This find is very important because Costantino G is possibly the link between my line and that of the Cretan noble Maurici/Maurizio family.

He was born circa 1620 Crete or Corfu ( research is ongoing )

http://edit16.iccu.sbn.it/scripts/ic...n=11&res=15959 Venetian author of the 1500s Piero Draghia

On finding the above link I decided to e-mail the Romanian institute in Venice to see if there is a link between my ancestor Piero Draghia and the author above of the same name ( don't forget,that Corfu at the time was under the control of the Venetian republic )

My ancestor maybe a grandson ....

The Draghia family possibly made it's way into Venice via this route :

http://www.istro-romanian.net/

I would like to thank in public Dr.Stefano Trovato of the Marciana library,Venice for his help.

http://marciana.venezia.sbn.it/la-biblioteca/contatti
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The entry ,that caught my attention was dated 1645 and it was a marriage between a Konstantis G ( G= a variant of the first name giorgio ) and a Maroula Drag(h)ia daughter of Piero.

Konstantis = Costantino
Maroula = Maria/Mary
Correction :
The date above should be 1646 and in November of that year.

The marriage was at a church in the Garitsa area of Corfu town.

http://www.infocorfu.gr/garitsa.html
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