Gelsomina (Spaglolo) Scipio

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updated February 06, 2019
Gelsomina Spaglolo Scipio was born into the Spaglolo family and married into the Scipio family. She married Di Scipio Dani Scipio, and they gave birth to Lisa Scipio. We know that Gelsomina Spaglolo Scipio had been residing in Moon, Australia.

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Gelsomina Spaglolo Scipio

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Gelsomina

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Gelsomina

Maiden name

Spaglolo

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Moon, Australia

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Gelsomina Spaglolo Scipio & Di Scipio Dani Scipio

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Di Scipio Dani Scipio
Moon, Australia

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Lisa Scipio
Died: 1971
Moon, Australia

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Gelsomina Spaglolo Scipio married Di Scipio Dani Scipio, and they gave birth to Lisa Scipio. We know that Gelsomina Spaglolo Scipio had been residing in Moon, Australia.
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