Angiolina Maria Pignataro-1932/33 passenger list

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Angiolina Maria Pignataro-1932/33 passenger list

Postby maestra36 » 19 Apr 2010, 21:09

Looking for a copy of a passenger list for an Angelina Maria Pignataro, possibly spelled as Angiolina or Angela on the passenger list, around 1932/1933 to NY. She had been born in 1887 and was traveling from Bella, Potenza Province or from the town of Minervino Murge, Bari, Italy, where she had been born.

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Re: Angiolina Maria Pignataro-1932/33 passenger list

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Re: Angiolina Maria Pignataro-1932/33 passenger list

Postby maestra36 » 19 Apr 2010, 23:13

Valarie
Thanks for retrieving the passenger list for me. Actually it's for my cousin who is trying to put together a book for her 90 year old grandmother as a surprise. That is definitely the right passenger list, as I see her husband's name on it-Vincenzo Martone.
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Re: Angiolina Maria Pignataro-1932/33 passenger list

Postby vj » 19 Apr 2010, 23:22

Peg, I'm glad we found it.
Please let us know if you all need anything else.
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Re: Angiolina Maria Pignataro-1932/33 passenger list

Postby maestra36 » 19 Apr 2010, 23:28

As always, thanks Valarie. I just don't have an ancestry.com subscription anymore because I finished a long time ago with getting my own passenger lists and other U.S. documents. I actually did a lot of that stuff when it was a two step process from microfilm. The good ole days. Anyway, cousins just seem to come out of the woodwork when they know you are doing genealogy research.
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