Mauro, Di Nardo family

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Mauro, Di Nardo family

Postby bull1982 » 29 Jan 2007, 22:37

Hello there!
Just helping a friend of mine who is trying to find his cousins in the US...
Here's what he knows so far:

Giovanna Di Nardo (his aunt)
- birth date 15-03-1909
- married a man with the surname Mauro.
- went abroad in 1931
- has 3 sons
- her (or one of her) address N.54-03, 92nd St., Elmhurst N.Y.

Thank you!!!

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Re: Mauro, Di Nardo family

Postby wldspirit » 03 Feb 2007, 13:19

Can you provide the name of the husband or sons?
The name MAURO is very common in New York.....
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Re: Mauro, Di Nardo family

Postby bull1982 » 05 Feb 2007, 11:39

You're right, I told him the same thing...

He knows that Giovanna married Paolo (Paul) Mauro...one of their childs was Carmine.


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