Baroness Adele Weil-Weiss, of Lainate

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Baroness Adele Weil-Weiss (von Morpurgo), of Lainate

German: Freiin Adele Weil-Weiss (von Morpurgo), von Lainate, Italian: Baronessa Adele Weil-Weiss (von Morpurgo), di Lainate
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Death: 1913 (82-83)
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Daughter of Elio Freiherr von Morpurgo and Nina von Morpurgo
Wife of Baron Ignazio / Ignaz Weil Weiss di Lainate
Mother of Nina Weil Weiss dei Baroni di Lainate; Giuseppe 'Peppino' Weil Weiss Barone di Lainate; Emilia Henriette Weil Weiss dei Baroni di Lainate; Amalia Weil Weiss dei Baroni di Lainate and Carlotta 'Lotti' Weil Weiss dei Baroni di Lainate
Sister of Emilia Raffalovich; Elise / Elisabeth Maria von Hauszer (Epstein); Freiherr Eugen / Eugenio von Morpurgo; Baron Marco von Morpurgo; Enrico Salomon de Morpurgo and 1 other

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About Baroness Adele Weil-Weiss, of Lainate

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Various Poems by Giovanni Rezzonico from Como - Milan 1854 - Poetry for the wedding of Ignazio Weil Weiss and Enrichetta Basel

Ignazio may have married Adele Morpurgo on second marriage?

With the death of Duke Antonio Litta, in 1866, all of Lainate's assets, that is almost the entire country, were sold at auction and, in part, purchased by Baron Ignazio Weil Weiss, from Verona, and then Austrian subject, but already from 1860 resident in Turin and admitted to the enjoyment of Italian citizenship by Vittorio Emanuele II, King of Sardinia.

Indeed, a few years later, that is, after the purchase of Lainate's property, carried out in 1872, he asked and obtained to add to his surname the ending of "Lainate" in order to give it a note of Italianness. In 1916 his son Giuseppe sold it to Erminio Riboni.