Vigoritos listed in Raffaele Mare's book on the history of Corleto .
The following were listed as Vigoritos from Corleto with degrees. Priests (sarcedote) were also considered to be degree holders. (p. 315)
The following Vigoritos were also mentioned:
Donato Vigorito was identified as a member of the Giuseppe Rizzo gang which terrorized Corleto in 1802. (p.135)
Nicola Vigorito was mayor of Corleto, June 16 1808 - March 9 1809 (p. 311)
Luca Vigorito was mayor of Corleto, January 27 1838 - January 3, 1841 (p. 312)
Participants in the rebellion of 1848 were listed as:
Volunteer soldiers during Garibaldi's 1860 campaigin to unify Italy were
Accused in 1861, but later acquitted, of assisting local gang members was
Francesco Vigorito was a member of a 1922 committee to erect a monument for the 25 Corletanni who lost their lives in WWI (p. 191)
Francesco Vigorito appointed vicar of St. Barbara's church in 1945 (p. 310)
Carlo Vigorito (died 1950 at the age of 93) p. 267
Giuseppe Vigorito (and other Corletani living in America contributed money to help repair St. Barbara's Church in 1951) p. 279.
Ada Vigorito (age 19; casalinga - housewife) - married Antonio Stabile, (1932-1989; macellaio -butcher ) October 29, 1961.
Last updated: March 23, 2000