Nov 5My Great great grandfather come from Pescasseroli Italy to Buffalo New York in 1898. His name was Cesidio Saltarelli. I am trying to contact families with the same last name.
Teresa < tmtope60 yahoo >
Nov 1I am interested to know of the Tosto family from San Vito Chietino. My grandfather was born and raised in this town. His mother's maiden name was DiCintio. My grandfather's name Rocco Tosto and was born 1870. He married Addolorata Marrone from Fossacescia. Arrived in Philadephia in 1901; his wife arrived in 1904. Their first two children Maria and Giovanni were born in Fossacescia
Laura < Lauraz1910 sbcglobal >
Oct 24My grandfather was Vincenzo Vosolo and was born in Filetto Abruzzo Italy. Came to America in early 1900's was wondering if anyone has pictures of that town in the 1800's or know of anyone by the last name VOSOLO that still lives there.
Leslie Vosolo Davella < lavd1307 aol >
Oct 11Just learned my grandfather is George Germano, came to America in late 1800's through Canada with a brother, married Elizabeth Serianni in 1/1912, ran into some trouble in 1922/1923 fled to San Francisco then to Saratoga and had changed the family's name to Nardie. Looking for any information.
Nicolette Germano < nicolette_b_2000 yahoo >
rio linda america
Oct 8My grandfather was Adam Fantini, His brother was Alfredo Fantini. Alfredo stayed in Montelapiano. Adam married Olympia Direnzo and moved to U.S.A. I was over to visit in 1973, I was only 13 yrs old. Looking for any relatives. My grandparents stayed every year for 3 months then returned to USA. Their daughter Anna was there about 3 or 4 times. Her middle name was Pulcheria, after one of her aunts I believe I had a cousin named Lucia who showed me around, she was going to study to work in tourism and was around my age at the time. My Uncle Elmer (Chick) Fantini also visited our hometown about 20 yrs ago.
Donna Shuder < dmshuder ptd >
Mt. Carmel, PA