Looking for RUBANO Family

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Looking for RUBANO Family

Postby BoatingLdy » 09 Mar 2009, 14:21

I have just begun researching family roots and am looking for relatives who have lost touch with our family. I appreciate all the advice I have been getting as to how to move forward with my research. I thought I would also post a message here in the hope that other family members might see it and email me.

My great grandfather and my grandfather were both named Angelo Rubano. My grandmother's maiden name was Tomasino. My cousin said our grandmother had siblings, though we do not know their names.

We do know that our grandparents came from Valle dell'Angelo and would have been born in the late 1800s. They emigrated to NYC.

If you are a family member or have information regarding Angelo & Rose Rubano and their descendants, I would very much appreciate an email. I have located several cousins & second cousins in the U.S. thus far and am hopeful to find more family in US and Italy.

Trina Rubano

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Re: Looking for RUBANO Family

Postby PeterTimber » 09 Mar 2009, 14:48

Is this a duplication?? I seem to thinkI answered your inquiry. =Peter=

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