My name is Vicki Araldi and after 56 years I have been told my biological fathers name. His name was Francesco Renato Giadresco. I have found that he died at the age of 41 years on 04/10/71. I have been told by my estranged mother that they were together for 2 years and when she was pregnant with his child he wanted to send me to North Italy for his family to raise me. My mother refused and pregnant with me married a man who I thought was my father who I loved dearly. He died 31 years ago when he was 47 years old. I just want to know what my biological father was like and a photograph of him. I have been told he was very good looking and very tall. My daughter Taya is tall, taller than her brothers. My oldest son Timothy had a tumour on the base of his brain when he was 16 years old but he survive and now is 36 years old. I was told that my father died of a brain tumour. I don't know if I am on the right track but I have to try to see if this man was my father. So if anyone can help me, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for reading this. Cheers Vicki Araldi WA.
In the 1940 census line 25 is a name that looks like Marrie D Duplissey son of Henrietta Duplissey. There is no such person as this was my father. The name should read Henry Morris Duplissey instead of Marrie D.
I am trying to locate my husband's Grandfather/Great Grandfather's family. All I have is his grandfather's birth certificate. I will give you the details below, is there any way anyone could help me or point me in the right direction???
Birth Name: Thomas Lees
Birth Surname: May
Birthdate: 17 June 1908
Birthplace: 101 Firhill Road, Glasgow
Father's Name: William May (Drapery Salesman)
Mother's Name: Ann McCulloch Meyer May (ms. Lees)
Date & Place of Marriage: 25 December 1903, Blythswood District, Glasgow.
As far as I can understand Thomas had 2 sisters though I have no idea who they are where they are.. Thomas used to tell how he was a practicing Vet in the U.K. and he caught a cattle borne disease; Contagious Abortion. The doctors told him that he had to leave Britain where C.A. is an endemic disease and recommended that he either immigrated to Jamaica or Rhodesia. It must have been prior to the Second World War because he couldn't join up. It is believed that he changed his surname to LEES MAY when he went to University to study Veterinary. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I would love to find even One of his family!!!!
je recherche mon oncle le frère de maman parti pour la Pologne ds les années 1940 1945 avec ma grand-mère Sophie CICHY née KIJEWSKI mais je n'ai aucune adresse pour faire mes recherches il est né en France le 13 avril 1937 en Moselle
I had 486 people entered on Owen family web site, but the information is "lost". I have regular back-up but can't access it. Dates are still there but all names are "unknown". Smart matches still appear with "unknown"!!! What am I doing wrong? Advice for newbie's welcomed.
Im searching the brother of my grandfarther: Markin Ivan Nikitich (1905)
He left USSR in about Nov 1946, and the last I foudnd - that he came to Finland. He was an egeneer, and worked in port in Murmansk.
His wife name Sofia Samuilovna Goftman (1901). Sofia got a bother Iosif Samuilovith Goftman(1902), his wife Alexandra Vasilievna Goftman (1905), dauther Nelly Goftman (1930) and son Sergey Goftman (1935).
My grandfarthers name Markin Stepan Nikitich (1900 - 1993)
Im searching for the sister of my grandmother : Antonina Wronsky, born 18 June 1897 in Kamenetz-Podolsk (Ukraine). She was marry officer and left Ukraine from about 1918-1922 years to France (probably Paris). Due to revolution and further political situation, it was no any mail exchanges with her.
My Grandmothe's name Ludmila Wronsky (1900 - 1989)
Their fathers name Anton Michael Wronsky (Wronskich) 1860 - 1936 , he was a painter in Kamenetz-Podolsk
They also got another syster - Elena Wronsky (1905 - 1996)
Acabo de asociarme a My Heritage y me gustaría ponerme en contacto con Ana Leon acerca de la familia VALDES ANTUNA. Honorina era mi tía. Las dos tenemos los mismos antepasados y podríamos intercambiar información.