My grandmother, Maria Lucia D'Elia was born in Pietacatella on February 5, 1895. Her parents were Domenici D'Elia, born April 21, 1870 and Maria Guisseppa Cordone, born March 14, 1872. Any family information would be much appreciated.
Agnone is a town in the province of Isernia, in the Molise region of southern Italy. Agnone is known for the manufacturing of bells by the Marinelli Bell Foundry. The town of Agnone proper is complemented with other populated centers like Fontesambuco, Villa Canale and Rigaini. Agnone lies on a rocky spear in the mountainous regions of Molise (Alto Molise). Farms and country houses surround the city at elevations varying from the 1,386 metres (4,547 ft) above sea level at Monte Castelbarone to 370 metres (1,210 ft) of the Verrino River bed. The Sangro River also passes by Agnone. Its geographic position has been described as "The natural capital of the Alto Molise". Its territorial extension covers 9,630 hectares (23,800 acres) made up of forests, pastures and agriculture land.