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Gioacchino Cristoforo Ventimiglia, fled Italy in 1937, moving to Vallon, Switzerland. As his Norman ancestors did before him, when arriving in Sicily in the 11th century CE, Gioacchino Cristoforo Ventimiglia adopted the name of his new homeland/residence. Norman rulers in Sicily taking over arab Sicilia oten shed their french surnames in favor of adopting the names of their Sicilian homes. They married local women and found it easier to integrate their families. Gioacchino did the same, adopting the name of the town of his residence.

Unlike their Norman ancestors who shed their names for practical reasons many contemporary members of sicilian aristocracy who have chosen to relocate have dropped their names to conceal their heritage. Italians. Italian aristocracy in particular, were perceived by Northern Europeans as Nazi sympathisers during and after WW2.

Heirs to Vallon Estate

Gioacchino Cristoforo Ventimiglia Vallon II, or Jack Vallon, Gioacchino's only son, from Gioacchino's first marriage, runs an import export company in the UK. His sister lives in the United States where she works as an academic. Gioacchino Cristoforo Vallon I, remarried in Switzerland and has three daughters; Anna, Giuseppina and Maria, who maintain their homes in southern France. The family operates a Ski resort and hotel (Vallon Hotel) in the Alpine region of southern France.

for information on Ventimiglia family also see also The House of Ventimiglia, Nobility in Italy

References

House of Venitimiglia, Baxter 1961

http://italian-royalty.webs.com/, Tomaso-Giovanni Corvo, Roma

Information taken from Archive of Sicilian lineage held in the bibliotecca at university of Palermo in Sicily (Universita di Palermo)

Barone di Pachino il Principe di Militello Barone di San Pietro don Mario Clarenza, Principe di Santa Domenica,n. 1902 [? erede suoi sorelle Lucia, Concettina, Giovanna, Amelia ].

Barone di Pachino il Principe di Militello Barone di San Pietro don Mario Clarenza, Principe di Santa Domenica,n. 1902 [? erede suoi sorelle Lucia, Concettina, Giovanna, Amelia ].


Barone +don Angelo Milone, n. 1883.


Stefano Palmeri, Marchese di Villalba n. 1929.


Don Stefano Palmeri, Marchese di Villalba n. 1929.


Barone di S. Cono don Salvatore Trigona, n.1939.


Barone Gioacchino Gioacchino Cristoforo Ventimiglia Vallon n. 1937 [Erede del linea ultragenito G, figlii n. a Londra)

Don Angelo Milone, n. 1883. Barone di Villalba don Stefano Palmeri, Marchese di Villalba n. 1929. n Salvatore Trigona, n.1939.

Don Giuseppe Palmieri n 1946, Palermo

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