POLSINELLI (Pulsinelli) family of the Province of Frosinone

The Polsinelli family  begins with Giovan Giacomo born in 1540 in Arpino.  He had five sons, all married but only one had descendants that stayed in Arpino.  It was from his son Fabio that all the Polsinelli in Sora, Isola del Liri, and Broccostella etc. descend.  Professor Rocco De Cesare (now deceased) of Arpino created this family tree showing the male lines only for all those who remained in Arpino.   The Professor was kind enough to share this tree with me.  It is typed (on an old olivetti I am sure) on the backs of old calendars and I can’t imagine the work it must have been.  The ink is faded and it is incredicbly time-consuming to search BUT….

if you have Polsinelli ancestors you can trace back to Arpino, I can connect you to the tree and provide you with information to take your family line back to 1540 and Giovan Giacomo.

I have done this for at least three clients and here is what one of them said…

I appreciate you sending me the report and the images.  How amazing to think that I could know who my 10th great grandparents are, through your research and the professor’s.  The Broccostella censuses are particularly informative, linking Vincenzo to Nicola Polsinelli and Rosa Rea, and also Gaetana Polsinelli to Agostino Iafrate.  I have the Brocco microfilms on loan at our local Family History Center and will am excited to further trace this group. 

      Our collaboration over the years has been always been a high point in my genealogical ‘quest’.  You have been very dedicated in providing accurate and complete research,  and have certainly helped to get me over some brick walls.   I particularly happy to meet you in Fontechiari, and I do consider you one of my best genealogy friends.

If you have Polsinelli ancestors contact me for a quote that will take you back centuries.  Note:  This tree has year of birth only, some marriage dates and some death dates.  If you want the supporting parish images there will be an additional charge.

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