Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 2:44 AM
My grandfather Angelo Andreucci was born in Grottole, Italy and came to Brooklyn NY. I am looking for my grandfather family in Italy Niola Andreucci is my cousin in Grottole, I would like to know more about a mayor Tommaso Andreucci of Grottole. Any other family connetions or information.
Il mio nonno Angelo Andreucci nasceva in Grottole, Italia. Sto cercando la mia famiglia di prima generazione in Italia Niola Andreucci sono il mio cugino in Grottole, io vorrei conoscere più circa un sindaco Tommaso Andreucci di Grottole.
Deborah Andreucci < dbudney
Lake Hiawatha, NJ USA
Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 5:21 PM
My family is from Lettomanoppello, Aburzzo, Italy. My grandfathers birth name is Camillo DiLallo and he married Nicoletta Mancini, also from the same region in Italy.
They left Italy in early 1900's, like in 02 to 05. My mothers name is Ella DiLallo but I have stories it is shortened from Cinderella and she did change it later and was known as Cynthia Marie DiLallo.
I know I have aunts Phyllis, Mary, Antonette, Rose, Dee, Teresa, and Anne. I have met SOME of my cousins and would LOVE to meet the rest and get to know them.
Please contact me if this seems we may be related. Thank you.
Sandra Fee < sjfee hughes >
Santa Cruz, California USA
Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 4:32 AM
My parents immigrated from Villa de Santa Maria in the 1920's. Francisco Finamore, my father, immigrated as well as his entire family all to Boston. My mother Lucietta DeCicco, had 2 sisters, Florence and Maria, who reamined in the Villa de santa Maria. Her father and brother, Cosmo immigrated to Buenos Aires. Many of my mothers, sister's children immigrated to Toronto, Canada, and Buenos Aires.
Does anyone have information or connection?
Assunta DeCicco Finamore < donna.caron2 gmail >
Boston, Ma USA
Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 9:36 PM
My grandmother, Maria Centofante and grandfather, Bernardino Pacella were both born in Sulmona and came to the US to live in the early 1900's. They had 11 children and the first three were born in Sulmona, via 24 Borghetto. The three oldest children, Seraphina, Chiara and Vincenzo were born there.
I went to Sulmona for two days in late March and it was such a thrill to see their home and the charming little town they came from. A taxi driver told me that there are many Pacellas who live in that town.
Barbara Pacella Harris < bhbabs25 aol >
Philadelphia, pa, USA
Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 6:53 PM
ciao a tutti, vorrei sapere come si chiamano chi nasci in SCERNI, grazie per la informazione.
Ana < alogoncalves uol.com.br >
belém, pará brasile
[From editor: "scernesi"]
Mon, Dec 6, 2010 at 5:17 PM
Am looking for possible relatives of Raffaele De Simone who we think may have come from Roccascalegna d.o.b. 1866-1868, his fathers name Nicolantonio mother's maiden name (Anola Talone).We also believe he served in the (Italian Army, Cavalry), came to U.S.A. around 1890 settled in Philadelphia Pa. Any information will help.
Ralph < seagulljr2 yahoo >
Philadelphia, Pa. U.S.A
Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 5:25 PM
I am looking for any relatives of Erminia Vitale Notarantonio who emigrated from Pescasseroli, Italy in 1904 to Buffalo, NY. She was born in 1888. Her father's name was Giovanni Vitale.
I am also looking for relatives of Simeone Notarantonio, also from Pescasseroli. He was born in 1882 and emigrated around 1903 to Buffalo, New York.
If you have any information on either of these two people, I would love to hear from you.
Sandra Baney < baney3 aol >
Fairfax Station, Va USA
Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 9:14 PM
im first generation this country, father eugene s liberatore born in rivisondoli, italy province aquila, came to this country 1903 passed in 1969
federico emilio liberatore < sagev 30 yahoo.com> >
maple grove, minnesota usa