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.
Isernia is a town in the southern Italian region of Molise, and the capital of province of Isernia. The hills around Isernia produces red, white and rose Italian DOC wine. Although having suffered repeated destruction, Isernia preserves a large number of archaeological remains. The historical center still keeps intact the spare map structure of the Roman cities: in fact it represents the largest raced Marcelli street, around which there is an infinity of alleys and little spares, as for example, "Trento e Trieste" spares. The famous Fraterna Fountain, the town's main symbol, was built in the 13th century: it is made up of living stone's slabs coming from ruined Roman monuments, while all the rest is a work of local masters, commissioned by the Rampini family of Isernia.