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Re: New york

Postby vj » 19 Nov 2008, 23:54

elba wrote:A quick search on Ancestry revaled this Sabatino arriving in Philadelphia in 1923 with his brother (?) Loreto. Interesting that it says they were travelling to Wallesville Ohio and that their mothers name was Lucia. Both were born in Carovilli, Molise. Might this Lucia be the daughter of your Sabatino?

These facts might be a place to start.

http://img246.imageshack.us/my.php?image=imagewq5.jpg


Sabatini & Loreto Di Falco
Page 2 of Elba’s :D manifest find

1923 manifest page 2

Dec 1923, SS Colombo, Naples to Philadelphia
Lines 5-6
Sabatino Di Falco 22 (abt 1901)
- married
- mother Lucia in Carovilli
- destination Wellsville Ohio
- joining father Michele at 410 13th Street
- born in Youngstown Ohio
Loreto Di Falco 16 (abt 1907)
- born in Wellsville Ohio
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Re: New york

Postby aroberts » 20 Nov 2008, 06:42

Thank you so much for all this information it is much more than I hoped for.
sabatino's mother's name also was Lucia so that would explain the manifest.
All the help is much appreciated I am very new at this and have no idea where to begin!!
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Re: New york

Postby aroberts » 20 Nov 2008, 07:14

A couple questions-
where should I be looking to get so much information as you have shown me here? I would like to find out more about Michael DiFalco and Lucia Mariola DiFalco such as who their parents were.
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Re: New york

Postby elba » 20 Nov 2008, 09:21

My main/first searches are always done on http://www.ancestry.co.uk/. But, as you can see this is it's UK branch.

Just 'Google' Ancestry.com and it will give you your country's version - from which you can access other countries. It is expensive unless you want to do a lot of research, but if you don't, then sites like this are a good place to ask others to do 'look-ups' for you.

There are many other sites than can be used in conjunction with each other - some free, some not. Another goo one (free) is 'Free BMD' - Google that too, as I only have the UK link. But I'm certain others here will suggest really good sites to you as well.

Good luck in your search!
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Re: New york

Postby PeterTimber » 20 Nov 2008, 14:11

There is a 7 day freebie at www.footnote.com that may prove helpful.=Peter=
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Re: New york

Postby vj » 20 Nov 2008, 15:15

Hi!
You may want to contact some folks that may be related
Valarie

- Check Find-A-Grave, the person who added the pictures and memorial for Carmela Carano Di Falco
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cg ... =26749236&

- There are several folks who have contributed information on the Di Falco family here:
http://www.geni.com/last-name/DiFalco?page=2
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Re: New york

Postby drakek214 » 22 Nov 2008, 20:22

sabatino was born october 11, 1901 in wellsville, ohio. he died november 3, 1945 in ohio. as a boy he later went to italy with his mom lucia.

he has 4 sisters: maria, filamenia, patercia and giovannia. he has 1 brother: lawrence.

on decemder 2, 1923, at the age of 22 he arrived from naples, italy to philadelphia, pennsylvania. ships name was colombo. the friend that was with him was named michele. i believe him to be the father.

he was in the italian army in wwi in 1919. he was 18 years old.

in ohio he was a welding machine operator.

died of pneumonia virus due to some infection.

believed to be in the mafia but noone knows for sure.

address at time f death was 235 south haines ave, alliance, ohio.

he is buried at saint joseph catholic cemetery in alliance, ohio.

was a member of the roma society.

marrie dcarmela carano in april of 1925 in italy.

children were:
lucia antonia
irma
angeline (angie)
virginia
mary
john

hope this helps!!!!! :D
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Re: New york

Postby drakek214 » 22 Nov 2008, 20:29

sabatinos mother was lucia mariole before marrying to a difalco...
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Re: New york

Postby kellyida1984 » 04 Jan 2014, 17:11

@ vj....
Where did you find this information involving this Crescenzo Carano?? I looked and have not been able to find mention of him. Sabatino is my great grandfather.
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Re: New york

Postby kellyida1984 » 04 Jan 2014, 19:26

@ vj...
where did you find the 1926 manifest for Lucia De Famco and children? I can't locate it.ucia was my 2x great grandmother.
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Re: New york

Postby kellyida1984 » 17 Jan 2014, 05:33

Sabatino's father Michele also came over in 1895 at age 22:

http://www.italianimmigrants.org/index.php?id=584976

Record ID- 584976
Name- Michael De Falco
Date arrived- 05-25-1895
Gender- Male
Age 22- years
Approx. birth year- 1873
Occupation- Laborer
Destination- Worn Ohio
Purpose- Staying in the USA
City residence- U
Native country- Italy
Embarkation port- Liverpool & Queenstown
Travel compartment- Steerage Ship name- Campania
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