Yeah, I laughed my head off when I found that "Enurdes" as well. I love "Knicet." Sounds vaguely pharaonic!
I would love it if you were right about Giuseppe. I would dearly love to see the civil records from Atessa and see if Zigol's first name was actually Giuseppe.
And blast it for me not recalling that Emidio was a younger brother! My great-grandmother was actually pregnant with him when all three of them came through Ellis. You can find that manifest under the even more creatively misspelled "Auceako Pistilli." It's gotten to the point where if I find anyone with a preposterous first name and a Pistilli-like surname, I can guarantee that it's my great-grandfather.
I found all records abt Aniceto and Nicola.. lacking the Nicola ship's manifest.. but he arrived in USA... and by my experience many italians changed the first names when stayed in USA... Nicola arrived in USA and with passport.. so: mybe the real first name was Giuseppe and he was called Nicola in USA ..it is possible... anyone here, with genealogy experience, it can say you that are many cases abt the changement in USA of italian immigrant's first names... regards, suanj