Francesco Viale, 1775–
|Birth|| July 6, 1775|
|Marriage||Fru_Francesco Viale — View this family|
about 1800 (aged 24 years)
landmand fra Ventimiglia, Italien
|Birth of a son||Antonio Christiano Charles Viale|
September 5, 1802 (aged 27 years)
|Marriage of a child||Antonio Christiano Charles Viale — Sophie Cathrine Sørensen — View this family|
April 30, 1830 (aged 54 years)
|Death of a son||Antonio Christiano Charles Viale|
July 6, 1875 (aged 100 years)
|Burial of a son||Antonio Christiano Charles Viale|
July 12, 1875 (aged 100 years)
|Marriage||Marriage — about 1800 —|
Født: 06-07-1775 i Ventimiglia, Italien
Erhverv: landmand fra Ventimiglia, Italien
Gift ca. 1800: Francesco Viale er antagelig gift ca. 1800.
Ventimiglia (Vingtimiglia) i provinsen Imperia i Ligurien, Italien.
The name has nothing to do with venti miglia ("twenty miles" in Italian) as widely thought. Most likely, it derives from the ancient Ligurian Albium, meaning "capital city", and genitive Intemelion, meaning "of the Intemelii".
Ventimiglia is the ancient Albium Intemelium, the capital of the Intemelii, a Ligurian tribe which long resisted the Romans, until in 115 BC it was forced to submit to Marcus Aemilius Scaurus. In 69 the city was sacked by the army of Otho and Vitellius. but recovered to remain prosperous into the fifth century, surrounded by walls with cylindrical towers built at each change of direction.
De kan have haft tilknytning til kirken San Michele Arcangelo.