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James Austin Domage does not sound very Italian, are there no other decorations or miniatures? With such a name I would be inclined to think that he is English or American. All awards seem to have been bestowed during the reign of Victor Emmanuel II.

Kind regards, Laurentius

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8 hours ago, laurentius said:

James Austin Domage does not sound very Italian, are there no other decorations or miniatures? With such a name I would be inclined to think that he is English or American. All awards seem to have been bestowed during the reign of Victor Emmanuel II.

Kind regards, Laurentius

Dolmage was a british officer as we can read.

Regards

Christian

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On 14/01/2020 at 09:49, ilja559 said:

It probably is. There seems to be some variation in what he called himself: sometimes James, sometimes Jonas - and then not always as his first name. More here,

http://www.thepeerage.com/p38093.htm#i380923

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More here from Burke's A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland (1906)

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I suspect that he volunteered to serve with Garibaldi, as suggested by the reference you found, ilja559. In any event, the 1911 UK census shows that his son John was born in Sorrento in 1866.

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