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Pasquini Surname

Postby sarducci » 10 Dec 2003, 03:11

Looking for information on this surname in Lanciano and Fraine to trace ancestors. Please reply to pasquine@midmaine.com

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Postby ptimber » 10 Dec 2003, 05:23

For starters go to www.paginebianche.it. Put in Pasquini in first line and each town separately in the third line and clikc CERCA for relatives. But just what are you looking for so that I can direct you . Peter

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Postby Sharpie » 17 Dec 2003, 18:30

This is what I find on this name:

Andrew PASQUINI 39 <1841> ITALY Self Married White Male Napa, Napa, CA
Charles PASQUINI 10 <1870> California Son Single White Male Napa, Napa, CA
Fostina PASQUINI 44 <1836> MEX Wife Married White Female Napa, Napa, CA
Louis PASQUINI 8 <1872> California Son Single White Male Napa, Napa, CA
Attillio PASQUINI 30 <1850> IT Self Married White Male Albany, Albany, NY
Elizabeth PASQUINI 1 <1879> New York Dau Single White Female Albany, Albany, NY
Louis PASQUINI 4 <1876> New York Son Single White Male Albany, Albany, NY
Magdalena PASQUINI 37 <1843> New York Wife Married White Female Albany, Albany, NY
D. PASQUINI 41 <1839> ITALY Self Married White Male Richmond, Henrico, VA
Delia PASQUINI 27 <1853> ITALY Wife Married White Female Richmond, Henrico, VA

This is 1880 Census.

Also, Benedetto Pasquini 22 Sutton Pl. 23 Jul 1920 (Pet. Denied) 420 161
Benedetto Pasquini 22 Sutton Pl. 23 Jul 1920 (Pet. Denied) 161

This is from New York County Supreme Court Naturalization Petition Index, 1907-24

Also, Louis Pasquini 20 Mar 1857 47 M Aspinwall, Panama USA USA Tennessee. This is from New York Passenger Lists, 1851-1891.

Also, from Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s

Ernest Pasquini 1923 New York, New York
Girolamo Pasquini 1929 New York, New York
Mirta Pasquini 1940 Illinois
Natale Pasquini 1907 New York, New York
Orlando Pasquini 1930 New York, New York
Rita Pasquini 1928 New York, New York


On Ernest Pasquini this is all it says....

Name: Ernest Pasquini
Year: 1923
Place: New York, New York
Source Publication Code: 3435.33
Primary Immigrant: Pasquini, Ernest
Annotation: Date and port of arrival or date and place of declaration of intention. Birth date, birth locality, and birth country are also provided. Additionally, the petition and declaration court as well as the petition and declaration number, volume and date are provided. Certificate volume, number, and date are also listed. Other historical information is also provided.
Source Bibliography: INDEX TO THE NATURALIZATION RECORDS OF DUPAGE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. Lombard, IL: Dupage County (IL) Genealogical Society, 1999. 248p.
Page: 167

There are some listing of that last name in the 1880 Census listing with that name from Italy who at the time lived in CA.

Email me at sharpie1@ptd.net and I will try and get the images for you.

I hope this helped you some.

Sandra Lamolli

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Postby ptimber » 17 Dec 2003, 20:12

I am still a bit confused as to what your research objectives are. Obviously, you have researched a great deal and I commend your efforts. Now how can I help you further? Peter

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Postby ptimber » 17 Dec 2003, 20:14

I am still a bit confused as to what your research objectives are. Obviously, you have researched a great deal and I commend your efforts. Now how can I help you further? Peter

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Re: Pasquini Surname

Postby Cathy902 » 08 Jul 2009, 03:48

My mother's parents are from Piana degli Albanesi. As a child she learned to speak arbresh, and after many years away from her parents she has lost most of it. She is 85 years old & is suffering from the early stages of alzhiemer. I've read we should challange her mind to slow the process, and I would like to know if anyone knows of any tapes that teach the arbresh language. This is something I think would be of interest to her & would be a challange to relearn. I would appreciate any information that anyone may have.

Thanks,
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