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  • Well, since most of our ancestors were peasants, they were probably looked down on, so I doubt too much care or time was taken in recording thier data much less insuring that it was accurate. I just LOVED how "Peasant" was listed as an occupation on the ships manifest for all but about 4 adults. Children and some of the 60-ish passengers had "N.P." for their occupation. No idea...
    Linda Peloquin Nov 28, 2012
  • No, they're Fornaro's. Maria Civita Saccoccio was Giuseppe Fornaro's mother-in-law. Linda --- On Tue, 11/27/12, marie elena saccoccio wrote: From: marie elena saccoccio Subject: Re: [FraDiavolo] Itri Origin Maria Civita Saccocio marrying Luigi Cannella To: "FraDiavolo@^$1" Date: Tuesday, November 27, 2012, 11:32 PM Are Guiseppe and Benedetto both Saccoccio's? Jeez, those names got...
    Linda Peloquin Nov 28, 2012
  • Good to know I wasn't the only confused kid out there. I still have trouble wraping my mind around the Italian grandparents, neither of whom I ever knew. My grandfather was born in 1865 and my grandmother in 1869 which is the year my maternal GREAT grandfather was born! They arrived at Ellis Islandfrom Itri via Naples & Marseilles, France in April 1893 and are first found in the...
    Linda Peloquin Nov 27, 2012
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  • Bill, If you find that contact info for the researcher in Itri, please do post. I think many of us here are probably never going to get to Itri & would to fill in some of the gaps caused by the short span of available records here in the US. Italian passport - From what my cousin told me, it's pretty involved. I remember her telling me about one of the records form here in RI not...
    Linda Peloquin Nov 27, 2012
  • I wish some of the stories of family remaining behind in Itri had passed down to me. You're fortunate to have that infomation to breathe life into the cut & dried data of names, vital dates, etc. Linda --- On Tue, 11/27/12, J Soscia wrote: From: J Soscia Subject: Re: [FraDiavolo] Itri Origin Maria Civita Saccocio marrying Luigi Cannella To: "FraDiavolo@^$1" Date: Tuesday, November...
    Linda Peloquin Nov 27, 2012
  • You've got the right DiSegna - Pescosolido! I met her for the first time down in Wakefield, RI while doing some work in the state bldg. there on Tower Hill Rd. I'd given her my addy & hoped that maybe she or Frank would be in touch. Frank, who is my generation, is the son of my late, very much older 1st cousin, Joseph "Pepsi" Pescosolido. Pepsi's mother, Maria Amelia aka Marietta...
    Linda Peloquin Nov 27, 2012
  • Actually, given all the intermarriages between Itrani families I've seen while rooting through the FHL Itrani films, we're probably ALL related to each other to some degree "cousin" :) Linda --- On Tue, 11/27/12, marie elena saccoccio wrote: From: marie elena saccoccio Subject: Re: [FraDiavolo] Itri Origin Maria Civita Saccocio marrying Luigi Cannella To: "FraDiavolo@^$1" Date...
    Linda Peloquin Nov 27, 2012
  • I have a Pescosolido (married on of my Dad's sisters) cousin married to a DiSegna here in RI. I know Pescosolido isn't Itrani but haven't dug into DiSegna. I didn't realize that this was an Itrani name. Linda --- On Tue, 11/27/12, Domenic Livoli wrote: From: Domenic Livoli Subject: RE: [FraDiavolo] Itri Origin Maria Civita Saccocio marrying Luigi Cannella To: FraDiavolo@^$1 Date...
    Linda Peloquin Nov 27, 2012
  • The LDS dosen't seem to have gotten around to the Itrani records yet. I can't even find the IGI from Itrani records/FHL film that listed the Marriage of Luigi Cannella to Maria Loretta Cardi on the new site although it was on the old family search. It could be worse though. I traced the family of my husband's paternal grandfather"s brother-in-law, Ercole Cavicchi, to Cento, Ferrara...
    Linda Peloquin Nov 27, 2012
  • Now that you mention it, I had read that Maria Civita was a popular name in another town close to Itri. I wonder if that's because they also have Madonna della Civita as a patron saint or if because sometime back in history some fam,ilies from Itri migrated & the name has been kept as an ancestoral name? Linda --- On Tue, 11/27/12, Domenic Livoli wrote: From: Domenic Livoli Subject...
    Linda Peloquin Nov 27, 2012