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This book is an introduction of a family known by the name of D’Angri, fourth generation of Natale Spiridion Giorgio, miner, arriving to Australia in 1852 at Ballarat Victoria Australia.
Mr. Norman David with his late brother William Noel D’Angri had turning back the clock in their youth.
Systematically both were walking around Ballarat to remember how it was in their younger years.
Their memories are in their hearts forever. They do remember how they lost their uncle hero in WWI, when he departed and never returned to Ballarat.
Mr. Norm is still living in Ballarat, going strong along with his wife of over 50 years Val D’Angri nee Lawn. Val is a very remarkable woman in Ballarat. Her Great Grandmother was also involved of sewing up of the Eureka in the flag in 1854, and for many years, Val was involved to restore this flag for Ballarat museum to maintain the history of Ballarat.
Norm and Val are daily involved in participating and restoring historical photographs, documents etc. Val has obtained many awards of appreciations from different societies for her work as well as and including Norm.
I do admire them for their friendship and honesty for the last 12 years including helping me out with materials and permission to publish two books and this book that you have opportunity to read now is your opportunity to obtain knowledge of the D’Angri descendant of a man from Corfu – Greece – Ionian Islands.
The second book published later this year in which I tracked down Angri/Angli/ Dangri/Daneri/D’Angri from year 1700. I did come across a few mysteries about this family and the research is still in the open air.
Norm and William were trying to trace back their own ancestors since 1993, and Italian Historical Society in Melbourne wrote to them in a letter congratulating them that they are ‘Noble’.
Many historians that are mentioning D’Angri family have blotted wrong information, the dates and stories. My researches were located from direct and original documents from sources in Archives and Catholic registrars of birth, marriages and deaths of D’Angri ancestors.
Noble Norman David D'Angri is fourth generation of Natale Spiridion Giorgio D'Angri born in Naples and migrated to Corfu Greece under British protectorate. There is evidence that D'Angri is a noble name and connected to the Dorian family and Prince D'Angri.
Norman was born in Ballarat and is still residing at the same city today.
Natale arrived to Australia in 1852 during a gold rush, and not long after his arrival he struck gold with his group of Greek and Italians. His sister Elena D'Angri was also first Greek soprano opera singer and was appointed as Countess by Austrian Emperor. Natale returned back to Europe and after he got his fortune in Ballarat, he handed a large some of money to his sister Elena, to distribute it amongst his family but somehow she kept her money for herself.
Natale returned back to Ballarat a few years later and become a Golden Gardener at his own plant nursery.
'This book 'WHEN I WAS A LAD AND LATER' is only the introduction of D'Angri name in Australia and a master book of this family is still under-research and will be published sometime this year.
Norman is living a simple life with his wife Valda and still residing in Ballarat. Valda is also part of Eureka History.
Norm and Val are involved in all aspects of Ballarat research and both well respected amongst community at Ballarat.
Book 1 is published with an 'introduction' and another four parts due to the space available with KDP. When you finish reading 'introduction' you can continue your readings of the other four parts.
Enjoy your reading.