Ship Manifest Michele Panebianco

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Ship Manifest Michele Panebianco

Postby Costanzo87 » 14 Sep 2014, 12:32

I am looking for the ship manifest, Ship Marco Minchette, left Missina Sicily about May 17 1904, arrived in New York June 5 1904. My uncle Michele Panebianco I believe was traveling alone. His wife Nunziatta arrived some time in early 1908 with 3 children Joe born 1899, Rose born 1900 and Lena born 1904 and Michele born 1907. Sorry I do not have the name of the ship they came on. I don`t know if it is at all possible to find. Anything at all would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Ship Manifest Michele Panebianco

Postby erudita74 » 14 Sep 2014, 13:08

to view the manifest, you will have to register on the new Ellis Island website-link is below. Michele arrived in 1905 and not in 1904

First Name : Michele
Last Name : Panebianco
Nationality : Italy, Italian South
Last Place of Residence : Acireale
Date of Arrival : June 6th, 1905
Age at Arrival : 31y
Gender : Male
Marital Status : Single
Ship of Travel : Marco Minghetti
Port of Departure : Napoli
Manifest Line Number : 0029

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