Sto cercando da una vita di ricostruire un vecchissimo albero genealogico risalente al 1535 della Famiglia Bello. Il mio bis bis nonno ha sposato Caterina Bello. Mio nonno invece Marianna Acona/e, Vorrei davvero saperne di più. Grazie
Gennaro Err 1800 - 1875,Lucia D'Elio Errico 1800-, Francesco Errico 1770-1835 from Castel baronia Campania. When I try to get info on them, I get sent to Memoeie delle famiglie nobil delle provence Meridionali D'Italia. Other members of the household were Pietro Tedesco,Arcangela Vetrelli, Maddalina Erico (Tedesco), Fransesco Errico,who were married in San Clemente Caserta on July 4 1861.
Last names,Cities,or ports, and even passenger ships were sometimes not recorded properly, so that adds on lots of time to these searches.
Michael Guida sailed to Ellis Island on August 2, 1892. We believed the ships' name was "La Maggiore", but on the ellisisland website, this ship was not listed. His wife to be and their son guiseppe sailed about one year later to ellis island on may 2, 1893, aboard the ship belived to be "La Scala", but this ship also was not part of the entries of ships. I think the Port they left from was either Genoa in the north of Italy or Napoli, in the south, but not sure.
Michael had a brother named Joseph (aka another Guiseppe) and Leo. There was also rumors that Michael came from Milano, or Avellino.
Caporale > Parents were Michael Guida and Mother was Antoinette Caporale. They had these kids.
Guida > Guiseppe, Leo, Victoria, Albert, James, Anna, Helen,and Margaret. Victoria (My grandmother) married Perley Ancel Dewey
Dewey> then had five kids. They were ( My Mother ) Victoria R., Jacqueline P., Geradine G., William H., and Joanna P.
Antonio Guida, Avellino, Milan, Italy (17th century) Guiseppe Caporale This is a search for any information on a "Antonio Guida", from the town of Avellino, in the provence of Milano, Italy (17th Century) Had a wife named Maria, sons, Michael and Alfredo. He knew of a teacher, Angello Ferrullo, who taught in the city of Bergamo. Victoria and Guiseppe Caporale were also mentioned. They had two daughters, Antoinette and Mary. Michael Guida (and Antoinette with baby) were passengers August 2nd, on the ship "La Maggiore", in 1892, and sailed to Ellis island, N.Y. Some of the immigrants were taken to the Port of Boston. Luigi Caruso was his friend. I did a search on this La Maggiore and it was not included in the ships.
I am the Grandson of Columbia Racca Vella, sister of Michael, Frank, Antonio, Raphael, Filimina, Adelino and Marianna (Racca). Born in Grottaminarda, Avellino, Italy and migrated to the US around 1912. I was in touch with Armando, son of Antonio but have not written in a long time. Please email me if there is ant connection.
Ciao mi chiamo Ria cerco delle informazioni sull'Inquieti di cognome. Mio grande padre grande (Cornelius Inquieti) è venuto a Inghilterra in 1845/50 era 40 quando ha sposato mia grande madre grande (Caroline un Renton) è tutto so di lui è è venuto da Parma Italia. Ha avuto dodici bambini otto vissuto. I ragazzi hanno inviato sempre il denaro a un orfanotrofio in Parma ogni anno. Amerei sapere se ha avuto una famiglia nel padre di madre di moglie di bambini di Parma i fratelli della sorella. Qualunque informazioni aiuterebbero il Ringraziamento lei.
Looking for decendents of Pellegrino Mottola, son of Raffaelo Mottola and Filomena Strumolo from Avelino. Also, decendents of Sabbato Campanile and Maria Freddi from Montefusco, Avellino. Their daughter Anna (my great grandmother) came to America and married Donato DiGuglielmo son of Giuseppe and Teresa Accucella. Donato returned to Italy and died there. They had a son Mario who returned to Italy and lived with his aunt Assunta(DiMonve). Anna then remarried Pellegrino Mottola and had more children: Filomena, Maria,Sabatino, Immaculata, Assunta and Josephine. If anyone knows of any of these families please contact me. I am traveling to the area in August, 2007.