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Postby karenp » 01 Oct 2008, 23:06

I am looking for the Patruno and Adduci families. In 1927ish Dr. Michael Patruno lived across the street from a school in Corato.
Cataldo Patruno had a farm there.
Addaltorato Adduci married Cataldo Patruno in New York City but they came back to Corato for awhile. Any info would be wonderful, I have found the families on the ship The REX from Naples and the Conte Di Savoia from Naples.
Thank you-Karen

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Postby PeterTimber » 01 Oct 2008, 23:11

"any info"???? can you be a bit more specific?? Names, documents??? Births,marriages deaths??? =Peter=

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Postby karenp » 01 Oct 2008, 23:41

Sorry yes here-
Giovanni Adduci B-1860 abt -Corato wife Angela ____-Corato
he was a hairdresser to the King and Queen of Italy and traveled with them. While in Egypt they had a son Alessandro Adduci 1895. They came back to Corato.
Alessandro Adduci married Maria Gusepina Fiore b-1904, in 1920's.
(Her father Guseppi Fiore married Angela Petrizelli they never left Italy.)
Giovanni & Angela Adduci had Alessandro b-1895
Addaldorato b-1880 married Cataldo Patruno
Lisetta (Lucy)b-1898
Giovanni Adduci was in the Italian army for 3 years (the father of above)

Patruno's -Giussepe 1883, Michael, Giovanni, Francesco, Pasquale brothers to Cataldo b 1876
Cataldo married Addaldorato they had Francesco b 1918
Christinia b 1919
Pasquale b 1923
Giovanni b 1925
those children were born in NYC but came back to Corato in 1930 to 1936
where they went to school in Corato (elementary school).
They lived on -overlooking the park in the circle of Corato.
They all ended up living 27th st in NYC 1938-on
any of this help?

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Postby PeterTimber » 02 Oct 2008, 02:10

Yes it is very helpful but what information are you seeking? =Peter=

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Postby karenp » 02 Oct 2008, 03:33

Actual records from Corato. I did order the LDS film for births in Corato, so it will be several weeks until I get it.
I am looking for school records, or were there census records or directories for the early 1900's? Or pictures of the farm(or just the address) it was a vinyard, with grapes, they made olive oil also. Dr.Michael Patruno was the only one with running water so I figure he must have been part of some sort of record. Giovanni Adduci was in the Italian Army do they have records for that?
I belong to the international ancestry.com so I have ship records. I did not know if Corato had unique records, or someone there knew the families?
I have the memories of 3- 83 and older family members who know enough but not enough like their grandparents first names or maiden names.
I appreciate you helping me.
Karen


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