Vittoria Mancini/Andrea Pica

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Vittoria Mancini/Andrea Pica

Postby coggie » 02 Jun 2004, 01:07

Looking for relatives of the Pica Family and the Mancini Family. Vittoria and Andrea were my grandparents.

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Postby ptimber » 02 Jun 2004, 20:15

from what city,town or village in Italy or at least the province????peter

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Postby coggie » 19 Jun 2004, 14:09

ptimber wrote:from what city,town or village in Italy or at least the province????peter

Victoria Mancini from Morolo, Rome
Andrea Pica from Fimone

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Re: Vittoria Mancini/Andrea Pica

Postby ptimber » 19 Jun 2004, 18:04

The quickest way is ofttimes the best way. Go to www.paginebianche.it and put in the surname in the first lin e and the town in the third line and click CERCA for any persons inthe town with that surname. If so, a listing will come up with full name address and telephone number. Peter

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Postby suanj » 20 Jun 2004, 15:05

coggie wrote:Victoria Mancini from Morolo, Rome
Andrea Pica from Fimone

Hi: Fimone not exist, probable FUMONE(frosinone province-Lazio region)..are this Pica persons in Fumone http://paginebianche.virgilio.it/pb/cer ... ne&x=0&y=0
Also Morolo are in Frosinone province currently , this are Mancini persons in Morolo http://paginebianche.virgilio.it/pb/cer ... lo&x=0&y=0
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Re: Vittoria Mancini/Andrea Pica

Postby coggie » 21 Jun 2004, 21:35

Yes your right Furmone, I did see that there were Pica's and Mancini's on the web site quoted. I really would like to start with relatives living in the U.S.

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Re: Vittoria Mancini/Andrea Pica

Postby ptimber » 21 Jun 2004, 22:41

Then start with ellisisland.org. Peter


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