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Boston ship's manifest

Postby suanj » 27 Mar 2006, 17:03

Hi someone can see this ship's manifest:


Boston Passenger Lists, 1820-1943 Record
Immigration
View Image Name: P papouronop?? Demetrio
Birth: year
Origin: location
Departure: location
Arrival: dd mm year - Boston, Massachusetts
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Re: Boston ship's manifest

Postby nuccia » 27 Mar 2006, 17:28

Sorry Suanj,

I'm late for work. Is this the one you wanted?

Boston Passenger Lists, 1820-1943 Recordinfo
about Demetrio Papadopulo
Name: Demetrio Papadopulo
Arrival Date: 31 May 1916
Age: 47 years
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1869
Gender: Male
Ethnic Background: Greek
Port of Departure: Naples, Italy
Ship Name: Cretic
Port of Arrival: Boston, Massachusetts
Friend's Name: George Papanicolaon
Last Residence: Greece
Microfilm Roll Number: 240

or this one?

Boston Passenger Lists, 1820-1943 Recordinfo
about Demetrio Papadopoulos
Name: Demetrio Papadopoulos
Arrival Date: 31 Oct 1903
Age: 15 years
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1888
Gender: Male
Ethnic Background: Greek
Port of Departure: Naples, Italy
Ship Name: Cambroman
Port of Arrival: Boston, Massachusetts
Friend's Name: Panajoti Papadopulos
Last Residence: Greece
Microfilm Roll Number: 68

There are more but I'll check back later for your reply. Sorry I couldn't help more right now!

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Postby suanj » 27 Mar 2006, 17:30

Hi nuccia, thanks.. it is the first... thanks!!! Kisses, suanj
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Re: Boston ship's manifest

Postby wldspirit » 27 Mar 2006, 21:27

Suanj, here is the manifest for you to view.........

http://img151.imageshack.us/img151/7025/manifest3yr.gif

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Re: Boston ship's manifest

Postby nuccia » 28 Mar 2006, 03:04

Hi Suanj,

I'm so glad it's the right one! I was in such a rush and didn't want to disappoint you so I was ready to post all of them! :D

DeLisa, thanks for linking...I'm going to play with imageshack as you suggest or I'm calling Maria at home and making her walk me through it!! :lol: :lol:

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Postby suanj » 28 Mar 2006, 12:51

Hi Lisa and Nuccia, again many thanks!! kisses, suanj
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Postby suanj » 28 Mar 2006, 16:18

Hi again a help for me:
can someone show me this census by imageshack:
Name: Jack Valluzzi
Age: 38 years

Estimated birth year: abt 1882
Birthplace: Italy
Race: White
Home in 1920: Danbury Ward 2, Fairfield, Connecticut
Sex: Male
Marital status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Year of immigration: 1906
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Mother's Birth Place: Italy
Father's Birth Place: Italy
Image: 303
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Re: Boston ship's manifest

Postby VaDeb » 28 Mar 2006, 16:32

Here is the census image you needed:

http://img529.imageshack.us/img529/8561 ... 9203vn.jpg

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Postby suanj » 28 Mar 2006, 16:35

thanks Debbie, you are great!!!!!!! kisses, suanj
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Re: Boston ship's manifest

Postby suanj » 28 Mar 2006, 22:20

another courtesy... this record Debbie.. please help me.. this is for a long search, that after Girolamo Gentile for George friend, now in my free time I help Melody friend with Violissi research that the oldest members sure they remember it.. well the great steps now ( draft card; 2 ship's manifest, 1930 census, naturalization, marriage record etc... but in Civo/sondrio province no records, and also no records in archivio di stato di sondrio, so a more deep search again) and I'm sure that this is FINALLY the 1900 census about Marcello Jack Violissi... and now I ask help for to see the census sheet... I hope in your help debbie or also in Nuccia help... this is the record:

1900 United States Federal Census

Violeri Marcello city, Middlesex, Connecticut abt 1883 Italy White

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Re: Boston ship's manifest

Postby jcsm400 » 28 Mar 2006, 22:54

Series T623 Roll 141 Page 78B

Surname: Marcello
1st name: Violeri
Age:17
Status:Single
Sex: M
Race: White
Birthplace: Italy
Birth date: Feb 1883
!900 Residence: Durham, Middlesex, CT- Boarder
Emigrated: 1897 In USA 3 years
Occu: Farm Laborer

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Re: Boston ship's manifest

Postby VaDeb » 29 Mar 2006, 01:34

Here is the 1900 census you needed. I know there is nothing like actually "seeing" the census page for yourself. Hope it helps with the search. I am amazed at how you never seem to forget a request for help and search and search for solutions for others. Such a kindness.

http://img460.imageshack.us/img460/589/ ... sus7ax.jpg

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Re: Boston ship's manifest

Postby suanj » 29 Mar 2006, 02:42

Hi Debbie and jcsm400, thanks a lot! Great debbie, now I am sure that is he!!! WOW!! thanks, kisses, suanj
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Postby acargo » 02 Dec 2006, 22:54

Valluzzi family from near Potenza. (famille de Valluzzi de Potenza). Rosa Maria or Maria Rosa (b. abt 1850) married Pasquale Panza. ( Je cherche pour une dame qui s'appelle Rosa Maria ou Maria Rosa Valluzzi nee surtout 1850; sa mari s'appelle Pasquale Panza.) They lived in San Pietro in Guarano, Italy. (Ils ont habite a San Pietro in Guarano, Italy.). The had six daughters. (Ils ont eu six jeunes filles.) Their names were Anna, Amelia, Adeline, Veneranda, Maria and Giovanina. (Elles s'appellent Anna, Amelia, Adeline, Veneranda, Giovaninia et Maria). Help! Aide-moi svp.
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Re: Boston ship's manifest

Postby JessicaB » 03 Dec 2006, 00:42

I am also trying to find someone who came to Boston from either Potenza or San Mauro Forte. I tried looking at ancestry.com and he is no where to be found. His name is Leonard A. Lacovara, born april 16, 1899 and came to america between 1915-1920. any ideas ?


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