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Ganus Pisa records 1331 vedi Paganus/Pagana 1136 land records. Oldest female is Elena Ganin Christened: 22 Aug 1557 Spain and male is Edmundus Ganin Christened: 1570 England. Canino is a town and comune of Italy
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