I think i found his ship!!!!

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I think i found his ship!!!!

Postby dianamite » 25 Feb 2009, 19:45

His name, Stanziano, was hugely misspelled to Hangiani.... This is the "closest" i have come to finding his exact info (name, age, etc.). The town he is from is in question, as he is from Castellino del Biferno, and this lists Ripo... 'something'...

Name: Da Antonio Hangiani (see below). My question is on the original handwritten manifest, his first name has dco in front of the Anton ... what does dco stand for??
Also - i have done a print screen of the original manifest - If i order one from microfilm (which i've never done so that is a whole other question)... would the print from that look "clearer"?? I'm trying to get a good printout for the family book.

Arrival Date: 3 Jun 1899
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1877
Age: 22
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Naples, Italy
Ethnicity/Race-
/Nationality: Italian
Ship Name: Kaiser Wilhelm II
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Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Line: 9
Microfilm Serial: 15
Microfilm Roll: T715_67
Page Number: 181
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Re: I think i found his ship!!!!

Postby suanj » 25 Feb 2009, 20:32

the name is D.co (Domenico) Antonio Stanziani coming from Ripabottoni.. regards,
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Postby dianamite » 25 Feb 2009, 20:41

Thank you so much!
hmmm... if i don't show his name on any other documents as containing Domenico, then this is probably not my grandfather? The writing is hard to read for the place he is going, I can tell Giovanni Stanziano and Cleveland but not what preceeds it, or anything else there. Can anyone translate these? We did have some (either relatives or friends) settle in Cleveland - this may be one of their ancestors. If so, I still need to find the glider my grandfather built :(
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Re: I think i found his ship!!!!

Postby suanj » 25 Feb 2009, 20:43

joining at Giovanni Antonio Stanziani in Cleveland....
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Re: I think i found his ship!!!!

Postby dianamite » 25 Feb 2009, 20:44

thank you!
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Postby Essgee » 13 Jul 2009, 01:33

Where have you gotten on the Stinziano research? Know a few from Ripabottoni...have the records. Let me know if you need something...I will check when I get back in town.

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Postby dianamite » 15 Jul 2009, 14:50

Well, I have not gotten any further - and am pretty sure the ship mentioned in my top post is not my grandfather :(

None of our family ever used the i in our names, not sure if any Stinziani would tie in with us or not. We have always had Stanziano
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Re: I think i found his ship!!!!

Postby stregaamelia » 18 Sep 2016, 04:42

Are you still looking for information on Maria michele?


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