Tracing Anastasio Giusti from Porcari C. 1900

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Tracing Anastasio Giusti from Porcari C. 1900

Postby BellaLucca » 09 Jul 2003, 22:03

My husbands grandfather, Anatasio Giusti (1880-1925) came to San Francisco around 1900 (married in 1915). He came from Porcari with his brother, Francesco (1871-1911). They initially went to the Sacramento delta to see relatives.

I cannot locate either of them at the Ellis Island website under any spelling. Does anyone know where I could find information on these two? Any other port besides NY where Italians would have landed at that time? They died so long ago, there is no family information to help out.

It is rumored that one brother went to So. America. Any Giustis down there?
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Postby ptimber » 10 Jul 2003, 00:42

Theyu could have come in thru any port in the USA if they were destined to San Fran. Why not file form 81 with NARA. (US national archives) . Go to genealogylookups.com/narchives.htm and file form 81. Peter
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Postby ptimber » 10 Jul 2003, 00:49

There are more than 100 in Argentina and 8 in Chile. Peter
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Re: Tracing Anastasio Giusti from Porcari C. 1900

Postby Tina1649 » 06 Apr 2012, 22:21

My husband's grandfather was also Anastasio Giusti who came from Genoa as I recall. He married a woman named Caterina who had a brother Paul. They lived in Colma CA.
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