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|Born||24 February 1847|
|Died||17 July 1924 (aged 77)|
|Allegiance|| United Kingdom|
|Commands held||Commander of Garibaldi Legion|
|Spouse(s)||Harriet Constance Hopcraft|
Born in Montevideo, he was named in honour of Nicola Ricciotti who had been executed during the failed expedition of the Bandiera Brothers against the Kingdom of Naples. He spent much of his youth in Nice, Caprera and England.
In 1866, alongside his father, he took part in the Battle of Bezzecca (1866) and the Battle of Mentana (1867); in 1870, during his father's expedition in support to France during the Franco-Prussian War, he fought for the Army of the Vosges, during which he occupied Châtillon and, at Pouilly, during the fr:Bataille de Dijon (1870) (Battle of Dijon), captured the sole Prussian flag lost during the war.
After a failed attempt to create market enterprises in America and Australia, he was a deputy in the Italian Parliament from 1887 to 1890. In the Turkish-Greek War in 1897, he fought with the Greek Army against the Ottomans with other Garibaldines.
He died in Rome in 1924.
|Giuseppe Garibaldi||Ana Maria de Jesus Ribeiro da Silva|
|Domenico Menotti Garibaldi||Rosa "Rosita" Garibaldi||Teresa "Teresita" Garibaldi||Ricciotti Garibaldi||Harriet Constance Hopcraft|
|Peppino Garibaldi||Costante Garibaldi||Anita Italia Garibaldi||Ezio Garibaldi||Bruno Garibaldi||Ricciotti Garibaldi Jr.||Menotti Garibaldi Jr.||Sante Garibaldi|
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