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  • My in laws are also Itrani folks - my mother in law was home the day bombs fell - as she heard the planes, she ran next door to the church and stood in the arched doorway - the church and her home were totally bombed but the arch stood strong and saved her life! She told us stories of living back in the caves, hiding food - my father in law hid out after one bombing raid to go into...
    bonval Mar 31, 2011
  • ...dig deeper into my Itri roots...I've concentrated on the Sicilian part of my heritage until recently. > > --- In FraDiavolo@^$2, "bonval" wrote: > > > > > > Hi Stephanie - > > I have a lot of information on Itri - my husband is a DiCrocco from there - we have a nephew...
    bonval Feb 11, 2010
  • Hi David - we have some Agresti in our family also - from Itri and surrounding area - they are actually the family of a nephew's wife but I have quite of few of them in our tree. Contact me if you wish - if you can send any names with dates, I can tell you if familiar or not - there are still many Agresti living there! Bonnie (valentinoswife) http://valentinoswife.wordpress.com...
    bonval Feb 11, 2010
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  • Hi Stephanie - I have a lot of information on Itri - my husband is a DiCrocco from there - we have a nephew who is a DeSimone of Itri - his family own the pizza place across from the commune (city hall). Any relation? Be happy to compare notes if you want! Bonnie (valentinoswife) http://valentinoswife.wordpress.com --- In FraDiavolo@^$1, "S" wrote: > > I feel like an idiot, but it...
    bonval Feb 11, 2010
  • I made a new album of photos of Itri - some nice shots from different angles than normally taken - feel free to use or print them but please give credit back to me if you do! Thanks! Bonnie(valentinoswife) http://valentinoswife.wordpress.com
    B. J. Di Crocco Jun 4, 2009
  • I will have to ask Val to be sure but the name is familiar - Val worked for a Sr. Agresti in a bakery when he was young in Itri! --- In FraDiavolo@^$1, Itri1@^$2.. wrote: > > I am not sure if Maria Civita is related to Sal M. but I will ask her & let you know. Joe is related to Franco Agresti in Cranston (who is married to Lena). Do you know Franco? > > ----- Original Message...
    B. J. Di Crocco Jun 3, 2009
  • My husband's family includes some Agresti's - not sure where, I would have to check out the files - ha. But the family do know some Agresti folks now too. Is Maria Civita related to Sal M. from Cranston? We were there for April. --- In FraDiavolo@^$1, Itri1@^$2.. wrote: > > Hi Bonnie, > > Thank you for telling about your website. I am going to check it out. Have you heard of...
    B. J. Di Crocco Jun 3, 2009
  • Hi Kathy - my husband Valentino and I just returned from ITri - we go almost every year as all our family are still in ITaly with many still in Itri! For us it is the most perfect blend of old and new in villages that are now "all grown up"! Please stop by my blog Amore e Sapori di Famiglia on wordpress - I post quite a bit about Itri! BTW - Annette and her husband Frank also just...
    B. J. Di Crocco Jun 2, 2009
  • We are related to Parrillo, Di Segna, Di Fusco families in Cranston. They all were Saccoccio before marriage. Felice is a wonderful fellow by the way so count yourself blessed if he is family! --- In FraDiavolo@^$1, "Louis J. Saccoccio" wrote: > > Hi Bonnie > > I am not sure if we are related but I am trying to find out. Its a coincidence that I discovered his name on an Itri...
    B. J. Di Crocco May 20, 2009
  • Hi Louis - my husband is from Itri - his cousins live in Cranston - as did a brother in law and my husband for a short while. Are you by any chance related to Felice Saccoccio who works in Vital Records at the Commune di Itri? He is a fantastic fellow who was very helpful with us verifying some of our personal records as well as helping with family research. Felice has known some...
    B. J. Di Crocco May 13, 2009