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Bartolemy Ignace Marie Badetti was the son of Francesco Franguli Badetti (1765-1822) and Barbara nee Serope and Francesco was in turn the son of Giovanni Badetti (1740-?) and Elisabeth Tubini of Chios. This couple were married at the time of war between France and the Ottoman Empire and for safety they installed their 4 sons in different localities. Giovanni Badetti was one of the 9 principal members of the Chios aristocracy responsible for the Latin community of the island, the body established in 1783, as detailed in this web site:
Francesco Franguli Badetti with his brother Domenico Badetti (1775-1806) settles in Andrianople to create a trade link with Smyrna. Francois creates a descendancy in Andrianople and with his death in 1822, Domenico moves to Smyrna and establishes the family line there.
In 1799 Bartolemy and his elder brother Michel went to Marseilles and with their contacts became the most powerful merchants. Michel died without a male heir so the Marseille trade became solely Bartholemy’s - Marseilles Greek merchants list - family tree.
Earlier generations family trees: Ancestry of Francesco Badetti (d. 1822) | Descendants of Michele Badetti (d. 1787) | Descendants of Domenico Badetti (d. 1775)
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Badetti family members of Andrianople [Edirne], and below children of Bartolomeo Badetti and Elisabeth nee Vernazza.
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Postcard sent by Emilio Badetti in 1903 (son of Giorgio (~1850-1911)>Stefano (1805-1873)>Francesco Franguli (1765-1822)>Giovanni (1740-?)
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Letter sent by the partnership of Gustavo Badetti and Joseph Zipcy in Andrianople.