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Bolognetta (Palermo Province) is a hill town 22 km. from Palermo, alt. 350 m., on the River Milicia, area 27.6 sq. km., pop. over 3,300, post-code 90030, tel. 091. Agricultural economy.
The Genovese merchant Marco Mancino bought the fief of Bolognetta from Vincenzo Bologna. The village developed in the early 17th century when it was a resting station on the royal highway. Until 1882 it was known as Ogliastro.
Churches (Palermo Diocese) include the following:
Families researched in these records include the following:
Links to other sites about Bolognetta include:
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Bolognetta from above, thanks to Mike (Italianbue@aol.com)