"Trinacria" arrival in New Orleans on Nov. 7, 1892

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"Trinacria" arrival in New Orleans on Nov. 7, 1892

Postby nolagirl » 04 Aug 2010, 14:06

Hi,

I am looking for my great grandmother's immigration information I understand that she was on the Trinacria on Nov. 7, 1892. Her name was Rosalia Lombardo -- I'm not sure if she was married by then or not her married name would have been Rosalia Lombardo Amato, wife of Paul Amato. Any info would be appreciated.

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Angela

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Re: "Trinacria" arrival in New Orleans on Nov. 7,

Postby Tessa78 » 04 Aug 2010, 14:10

Hi Angela :-)

Here is the 1892 manifest for Rosalia Lombardo, 28, married. Leaving port of Palermo, arriving port of New Orleans, LA, in November.

She is passenger #483...

http://img94.imageshack.us/img94/5084/l ... 92mani.jpg

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Postby nolagirl » 04 Aug 2010, 22:10

Thanks so much Tessa :)
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Postby Tessa78 » 05 Aug 2010, 03:18

You're welcome, Angela :-)

Anything else we can help you find?

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Re: "Trinacria" arrival in New Orleans on Nov. 7,

Postby nolagirl » 05 Aug 2010, 03:36

Tessa,
Not at this moment. I'm pretty overwhelmed now. We're having a family reunion Labor Day weekend and I'm trying to recreate my Family Tree Maker -- I lost all my electronic data 2 years ago and just put off inputting it all again and now I'm up against the wall.
But I am working on several different Italian family groups right now. Rosalie Lombardo was from Contessa Entellina, her husband, Paul Amato was from Chiusa Sclafani (these were my maternal great-grandparents) and my maternal grandfather, Raffaele Rocca was from Cortale, Calabria, Italy. The reunion is my Italian grandparents descendent's -- his name was changed to Ralph Rock at Ellis Island and Rosalie and Paul's daughter, my grandmother was Lena Amato was born in Burnside, LA.
I'll pop in later--
Thanks again.
Angela


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