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Mirabella Family

Postby NCJE2910 » 08 Jun 2009, 22:51

This website is amazing!! - I need help on my GG-grandparents: Giuseppe (Joseph) & Catherina (Catherine) Mirabella. They were both born in Italy in the 1870s, (supposedly from Calabria), and by the late 1900s they were in New York. I dont know where they were in between or anything but I know my G-Grandfather, Salvatore was born in NY in 1907. Any info would help me out a lot. Thanks so much.

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Re: Mirabella Family

Postby vj » 08 Jun 2009, 22:56

Hi!
Is this the 1930 census that you've found?
Thanks, Valarie

possible 1930 census

Home in 1930:
3416 Crotona Ave, rents $50
Bronx, Bronx, New York

head Joseph Mirabella 58, abt 1872 IT
- married age 27, abt 1899
- immig 1895 Na
- proprietor, boot black store
wife Catherine Mirabella 56, abt 1874 IT
- immig 1896 Na
son Fred Mirabella 29, abt 1901 NY
- mechanic, auto repair
son Salvatore Mirabella 23, abt 1907 NY
- photographer, photo studio

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Re: Mirabella Family

Postby NCJE2910 » 08 Jun 2009, 23:16

Yes, I did find that census, but besides that I haven't been able to find anything else - I don't know why -... Thanks for your help, Nick

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Re: Mirabella Family

Postby vj » 08 Jun 2009, 23:31

Nick, do these look correct? Valarie

possible 1900 census

Home in 1900:
1109? Intervale Ave, rents
Bronx, New York, New York

head Joe Mirabella 25, Dec 1874 IT
- married 2 years, abt 1898
- immig 1892, Al
- shoe maker
wife Catherina Mirabella 24, Nov 1875 IT
- 2 children
- immig 1892
daughter Annie Mirabella 1, Dec 1898 NY
daughter Fannie Mirabella 5/12, Dec 1900 NY
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possible 1910 census

Home in 1910:
322 East 109th Street, rents
Manhattan Ward 12, New York, New York

head Guiseppe Mirabelli 35, abt 1875 IT
- married 12 years, abt 1898
- immig 1892, Al
- shoe maker, factory
wife Catherine Mirabelli 32, abt 1878 IT
- 5 children
- immig 1890
daughter Anna Mirabelli 11, abt 1899 NY
daughter Filomina Mirabelli 10, abt 1900 NY
son Fidele Mirabelli 9, abt 1901 NY
son Batista Mirabelli 7, abt 1903 NY
son Salvatric Mirabelli 3, abt 1907 NY

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Re: Mirabella Family

Postby NCJE2910 » 08 Jun 2009, 23:40

Wow you are good! - yea that's right - because I know that Salvatore's brothers and sisters were: Fannie, Anna, Frederick, & Johnny... Thanks so much for this!

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Re: Mirabella Family

Postby NCJE2910 » 08 Jun 2009, 23:42

Do you know what the 1910 census says for the second son - Batista? - The 1900 census is definite, but I cant make out what that says?

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Re: Mirabella Family

Postby vj » 08 Jun 2009, 23:44

probably Battista: Giovanni Battista

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Re: Mirabella Family

Postby NCJE2910 » 08 Jun 2009, 23:50

Yes thanks, I just figured it out, I looked it up - do you know what the second daughter's name is? I'm sorry - thanks for all this help Valerie

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Re: Mirabella Family

Postby vj » 08 Jun 2009, 23:56

Nick, no problem!

Probably
FILOMENA
Gender: Feminine

Usage: Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch

Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Dutch form of PHILOMENA

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Here are several sites that can help with given names:
Valarie

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Poin ... ame.html#I
http://www.behindthename.com/nmc/ita.php
http://www.nomix.it/700a.php

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Re: Mirabella Family

Postby NCJE2910 » 08 Jun 2009, 23:58

Wow, thanks!

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Re: Mirabella Family

Postby NCJE2910 » 10 Dec 2009, 00:49

Can someone help me with some further information on these Mirabellas - Thank you - any information will be greatly appreciated.; Nick :)

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Aimola and Stinziano Surname

Postby Patricia1 » 10 Dec 2009, 01:00

Aimola surname. My grandparents immigrated around 1901 to Peterborough Ontario Canada. They were from Rocca San Giovanni Abruzzo. Both grandparents had the same surname, Aimola. Apparently a lot of Aimola's lived in Rocca San Giovanni.

Another family surname is Stinziano.

Has anyone information on these two surnames?

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Re: Mirabella Family

Postby NCJE2910 » 10 Dec 2009, 01:11

Can someone help me with some further information on these Mirabellas - Thank you - any information will be greatly appreciated.; Nick

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Re: Mirabella Family

Postby PeterTimber » 10 Dec 2009, 03:28

Your seeking information on their tow of originin Italy and the late 1900's in NYC. Start atr ellisisland.org and locate Giuseppe Mirabella your GGrandfather and your GGmother and her maiden name which an Italian woman never loses only the children take on the fathers surname.

Go to www.ellisisland.org and see if you can locate which of the 32 Giuseppe Mirabella is your GGrandfather and let us know so that you can obtain all the documents you want free of charge. =Peter=
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Re: Mirabella Family

Postby NCJE2910 » 10 Dec 2009, 16:20

Okay, I think the Giuseppe Mirabella is the one on Ellis Island that came in 1894 from Rende, Italy to Chicago. Im not sure exactly but the date he came, the date he was born, his occupation, and his last residence all appear to be correct. The only problem is the fact that it says he went to Chicago. My Giuseppe came to New York; maybe he went to Chicago first and later moved to NY. I dont know if this helps but, thanks. :)


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