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Re: names

Sounds like a good Italian name to me. Is it the Italian equivalent of
Anthony? How would you like to be stuck w/ Pamela? Could anything sound
more prim and stuffy? That's why I chopped it down to Pam and have kept
it that way.

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: romans810@juno.com
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Wed, 29 Jan 2003 17:05:25 -0800

>How would you like to have a name like " Ignatio"? Here's the story. That
>is my name on my birth certificate. My baptismal given name is Anthony. I
>registered in school with Anthony & stuck with it all the way. In high
>school I asked to be called Tony. I was asked for my certicate for legal
>reasons in my first marriage.So I signed every thing Ignatio, but was
>still called Tony. Eventually I got it set up to sign every thing as
>Tony, but my SS card has Ignatio. It was a nightmare for awhile, now
>every thing runs smoothly.
>Tony Veca <><
>Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
>Vancouver, WA
>On Wed, 29 Jan 2003 20:00:24 -0500 "Kitty Morrissy" <kmrsy@earthlink.net>
>> Auralie,
>> > > Interesting that your name was changed.  I was first given the 
>> name of
>> > Martha
>> > > Grace, but when my mother died when I was 5 months old, they 
>> gave me her
>> > > name.  Then, wouldn't you know, twenty years later my father had 
>> another
>> > > daughter with a second wife and named her Martha.  I always felt 
>> she had
>> > my
>> > > name.
>> I like your name too - distinctive - and under the circumstances a 
>> precious
>> treasure from your mother.  The reason they changed my name was 
>> because the
>> priest refused to baptize me Kitty.
>> My brother-in law has 2 sisters named Roxanne.  The older one was 
>> given up
>> for adoption.  Several years later his parents had another daughter 
>> and,
>> still liking the name gave it to that one too.  Many years later R-1 
>> looked
>> up the family and she was welcomed whole-heartily.  R-1 and R-2 
>> don't seem
>> too upset about it.
>> Kitty
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A


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