1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

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1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

Postby ricbru » 12 Nov 2005, 16:09

Hello listers.
I’m doing a research about my great-grandfather Francesco Paolo BRUNO, born in Trapani, Sicily, Italy on August 30th, 1860 who emigrated in U.S., and his son Nicolò BRUNO who was born in Trapani on February 15th , 1892 (brother of my grand-father) who reached him lately.
But now I’m stuck in a point.
This is the story.
Nicolò BRUNO (line 19 of manifest) and his uncle Dionisio SCONTRINO (line 16 of manifest), coming from Trapani, left the port of Naples on ship “Patriaâ€Â
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Re: 1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

Postby ricbru » 12 Nov 2005, 16:43

Hello,
it is my again.
You will find the manifests i was not able to attach in the post, linking the following site

http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=m ... hips&m=736

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Re: 1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

Postby mfjp » 12 Nov 2005, 22:02

Hi Ricbru,

I can’t find 1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest. I don’t know what port the left and what port he reached in U.S.


Francesco Paolo BRUNO, born in Trapani, Sicily, Italy on August 30th, 1860 who emigrated in U.S
age 42 (or 41) in 1902

Probable destination: Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

Who knows where Francesco Paolo will be!! Not all ship records are transcribed... but records do exist on the online data base...luckily...

These are the ships that left Palermo from Jan 1 1902 to Dec 31 1902

1.   T715   250   404   1902   January   27   208   Spartan Prince   Palermo/Naples   1404000
2.   T715   253   409   1902   February   16   585   Trojan Prince   Genoa/Naples/Palermo   1404003
3.   T715   254   410   1902   February   23   128   California   Naples/Palermo   1404004
4.   T715   257   416   1902   March   7   535   Tartar Prince   Genoa/Naples/Palermo   1404007
5.   T715   268   439   1902   April   16   78   Marco Minghetti   Naples/Palermo   1404018
6.   T715   273   451   1902   May   5   132   Tartar Prince   Genoa/Naples/Palermo   1404023
7.   T715   273   452   1902   May   6   450   Washington   Naples/Palermo   1404023
8.   T715   278   462   1902   May   23   327   Spartan Prince   Genoa/Naples/Palermo   1404028
9.   T715   281   470   1902   June   2   237   Marco Minghetti   Naples/Palermo
10.   T715   288   485   1902   July   5   562   Tartar Prince   Naples/Palermo   1404038
11   T715   289   488   1902   July   14   213   Palatia   Genoa/Naples/Palermo/Rotterdam   1404039
12   T715   293   496   1902   August   12   417   Trojan Prince   Naples/Palermo   1404043
13   T715   299   513   1902   September   26   2   Trojan Prince   Naples/Palermo/Genoa   1404049
14   T715   304   525   1902   October   20   361   Sicilian Prince   Naples/Palermo   1404054
15   T715   308   535   1902   November   14   598   Trojan Prince   Naples/Palermo   1404058
16   T715   312   544   1902   December   9   624   Sicilian Prince   Naples/Palermo   1404062
17   T715   313   546   1902   December   17   117   Karamania   Naples/Palermo   1404063
18   T715   314   548   1902   December   23   523   Napolitan Prince   Palermo/Naples/Genoa   1404064

I am currently looking through the ship records - page by page of the Marco Minghetti.

I will update this page each time a ship has been checked... if anyone wants to help check these pages - let me know which Ship and I will update this list.

Currently looking for a Francesco Paolo Bruni on the Citta de Genova, June 7, 1902 age 40. This record doesn't come up doing an Ellis.org search...
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Re: 1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

Postby ricbru » 14 Nov 2005, 01:59

Thank you very very much Maria,
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Re: 1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

Postby ricbru » 14 Nov 2005, 02:00

Thank you very very much Maria,
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Re: 1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

Postby pastasugo » 21 Jan 2006, 13:58

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Re: 1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

Postby ricbru » 21 Jan 2006, 21:16

pastasugo wrote:Hi Maria,
I noted the list of ships that left Palermo in 1902. Where is the list from? I ask because there is one missing, the SS Algeria which ariived New Orleans in 20 Oct 1902. I have the passenger card for my grandmother but no ship list (missing from the microfilm).
Any help you could provide in finding this ship list would be greatly appreciated.

Here's a newspaper account of the time (thanks to Mary Riviere!):

The Algeria, from Palermo, with 871 immigrants,
passed the quarantined station at 2:15 a.m.
yesterday, and after a detention of 5 hours, left for
this city.(New Orleans)
A party of U. S. custom inspectors, including an
Italian physician, Dr. Cosimo Noto, guest of Dr.
Scott, went up the river in the tug Ella Andrews to
meet the Algeria. At dark the ship anchored at the
Point, below Algiers and the immigrants were lined
up for examination.Dr. Scott with the help of Dr.
Noto was very careful in making a thorough and
systematic physical examination of the immigrants.
He had each passenger called by name and brought
before him. Out of 871, Dr.Scott put aside 50 for
further examination, and after he had again, looked
up those 50 he finally passed 38, leaving12 who will
go before the Board of Special Inquiry. Two were
cripples, one suffered from hip disease, 2 were
afflicted with goitre (abnormal swelling of the neck)
and the rest with mild skin infections. At a late hour
in the night, nearly 600 had been examined. The
remainder will be passed upon when the Algeria will
reach her wharf, at the Northeastern Fruit Landing,
this morning.

The large majority are farming people and a few ex-
soldiers.The men outnumber the women and
children in the proportion of 3 to 1. They are all
healthy and sturdy and have enough money to tide
over until destination is reached.

All will find work and going to agricultural regions of
Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.

The voyage was uneventful. No stops made at any
of the usual ports enroute.

An old woman succumbed to senile debility and her
body committed to the deep. The grief of her
daughter was pathetic, and the incident was
intensified when, as the Algeria cast anchor at the
Point, the young woman's brother, a resident of this
city, came in a skiff to meet her. As the young man
clamored aboard and found his sister in tears, and
she told him of the death of her mother, it was
pitiable to witness the sorrowful scene that ensued.

Another ship is due in a day or 2, the Manila, with
1,300 immigrants.



Thanks,
Marilyn


Thank you very very much for this article, Marylin.
So this may be the reason why I don't find my ancestor manifest ship.... :(
Maybe the manifest ship is missed because it has been lost, or destoryed.
I wonder if Francesco Paolo BRUNO was on that ship.... :roll: we will never know :cry:
Did you try to contact Louisiana State Archive?
I'll try, and I'll let you know,
wish me good luck!
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Re: 1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

Postby mfjp » 21 Jan 2006, 22:23

Woe!

I spoke to an Ancestry.com rep last night... (re subscriptions etc) and I told her again... as I have many times..... that we need the New Orleans ship manifests on line... viewable manifests... not just data...

While looking for Francesco, I found out that a ship that should have gone to New Orleans... was detoured to Florida instead... because of an epidemic outbreak. These people were stuck in this ship for many days and were not allowed to leave.

I read this awhile back... if I find the article again, I will post it.

I did a search of the S.S. Algeria for 1902... she made only 3 trips to Ellis Island... March, May, August 1902.

I was able to find this info from Steve Morse's site

http://stevemorse.org/ellis/boat.html

I only fill in areas where it says "Arrived Between" and the ships name, or ports if I know which one.... I seldom fill in the "Microfilm and Series" info....

I get my best results from Steve Morse's site....

www.stevemorse.org

Will look into it...

Thanks for reading this post and sharing the information you provided.

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Re: 1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

Postby ricbru » 21 Jan 2006, 22:31

mfjp wrote:While looking for Francesco, I found out that a ship that should have gone to New Orleans... was detoured to Florida instead... because of an epidemic outbreak. These people were stuck in this ship for many days and were not allowed to leave.


Maria, what port of Florida? :roll:
Please let me know, by Riccardo :lol:
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Re: 1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

Postby mfjp » 22 Jan 2006, 00:13

Saluti RicBru,

I cannot remember which specific port.... probably Tampa

When I was looking for F.P. Bruno, I made American friends - researching their Sicilian - New Orleans roots... I may have gotten this information from them.

I have their emails... but on my old computer...

I need to find them again....

My house is very busy today and will look into later today.... :P but will check the posts.

Hope all is well with you.

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Re: 1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

Postby mfjp » 22 Jan 2006, 03:26

pastasugo,

(nice name!) ... pasta sauce...

I sent you a private message.

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Re: 1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

Postby ricbru » 22 Jan 2006, 03:59

mfjp wrote:Saluti RicBru,

I cannot remember which specific port.... probably Tampa

When I was looking for F.P. Bruno, I made American friends - researching their Sicilian - New Orleans roots... I may have gotten this information from them.

I have their emails... but on my old computer...

I need to find them again....

My house is very busy today and will look into later today.... :P but will check the posts.

Hope all is well with you.

Maria


Thank you very much for your efforts, Maria. :D
I really appreciate it. :wink:
I will wait for news from you
If you need anything from Trentino, just let me know, bye Riccardo :lol:
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Re: 1902 Francesco Paolo BRUNO manifest ship

Postby ricbru » 22 Jan 2006, 16:44

pastasugo wrote:Hi Maria,
I noted the list of ships that left Palermo in 1902. Where is the list from? I ask because there is one missing, the SS Algeria which ariived New Orleans in 20 Oct 1902. I have the passenger card for my grandmother but no ship list (missing from the microfilm).
Any help you could provide in finding this ship list would be greatly appreciated.



Hi Marylin,
since you have the passenger card of your grandmother, would you be so kind to show it to me?
I would like to see what is written on it.
Thanks in advance
bye Riccardo :lol:

p.s. you can also send it on my email
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