NameGeorge (Paul) Rodocanachi, 8G Grandson
Birth1795, Chios, Greece/Hellenes
Birth MemoCatsiyannis says Chios.
Death12 Nov 1846, Livorno, Italy/Tuscany
Death MemoHis tomb says 12 Nov 1846, aged 50. Argenti says 10 Dec 1845.
Burial1846, Livorno, Italy/Tuscany
Note 1He was a major influence on Lord Byron in the lead up to the Greek War of Independence and provided Byron with banking services in Livorno. An excellent marble portrait of him survived on his tomb in Livorno in 1999.
FatherPaul (Emmanuel) Rodocanachi (1749-1801)
Marriage5 Feb 1842, Livorno, Italy/Tuscany
SpouseAmalia Mamozzi (Rinaldo) Benucci
Birth1807, Livorno, Italy/Tuscany
Death8 Apr 1868, Livorno, Italy/Tuscany
Note 1Or Benutzi. It seems that she may have had an estate near San Miniato, Pisa, shared with her son, Paolo, which may have been a permanent or summer residence. In 2008, according to Emilia Marcori, only a ruined chapel remained.
FatherRinaldo Benucci (?-?)
MotherAngiola Delle Piane (?-?)
Children
1 FGiovanna (Georges) Rodocanachi, 9G Granddaughter
Birth3 Feb 1843, Livorno, Italy/Tuscany
Death11 Feb 1916, Livorno, Italy/Tuscany
Marriage12 Oct 1862, Livorno, Italy/Tuscany
Birth29 Nov 1844, Livorno, Italy/Tuscany
Death4 Oct 1913, Livorno, Italy/Tuscany
Marriage21 Nov 1886, Livorno, Italy/Tuscany
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