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Magliacane family help?

Postby katie123 » 31 Jul 2009, 18:21

Hello everyone,

one of my ancestors was named Carmela Magliacane who was born in 1818 and died in 1893. She was the daughter of a farmer and married one Agosto Concilio. I know that he was born at Montecasino, Prov. di Salerno, but i do not know where she was born. I do not think that she ever visited the US, but her husband did as he was a conspirator with garibaldi and emigrated with him to the US from 1849- 1854 and fought for italy's independence. They had 3 children, Donato, Charles and Carmela Concilio (Landi). both she and her daughter could have been nicknamed Maria.

I would like to know the meaning of the name Magliacane, and if she had any siblings or pretty much any family name. i would also like to know if she immigrated with her husband to the US for those few years or where she was born. Basically any info would be more than i already have.

thank you so much!!

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Re: Magliacane family help?

Postby PeterTimber » 31 Jul 2009, 20:20

Magliacane is not listed in the Italian surname dictionary and while it is an Italian surname clustered mostly in the Naples area and across the northern tier of Lombardia and Piemonte it is eithe rlocal in origin or imported and italianized.

The surname Maglia meaning a ring in a coat of mail, link of a chain or knitted garment and the word cane meaning dog has some local meaning which are either derived from a nickname,profession or activity. It might be a name for a coat of mail used in the medieval period by soldiers but that is conjecture on my part.

If you go to www.familysearch.org under ancestor search and put in the name Magliacane only 20 odd persons with that surname are listed in the USA and nowhere else..which is odd indeed. =Peter=
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Re: Magliacane family help?

Postby suanj » 31 Jul 2009, 20:39

you sure abt Montecasino spelling... ???? Montecasino exist not... exist Cassino and Monte Cassino is a mountain near Cassino town...

in Salerno province it is Montecorvino town... some Magliacanes coming from Montecorvino (Salerno province- but it are 2 Montecorvino: Monecorvino Rovella d n Montecorvino Pugliano)....

most probably, you know that Donato Concilio was born the 17 Oct 1864 in Baronissi, Salerno (by OneWorldTree-ancestry.com ) arrived in USA in the 1895:

New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
about Donato Concilio
Name: Donato Concilio
Arrival Date: 3 Oct 1895
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1867
Age: 28
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Naples, Italy
Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: Italian
Ship Name: Alsatia
Search Ship Database: Search the Alsatia in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Line: 18
Microfilm Serial: M237
Microfilm Roll: M237_649
Page Number: 2

and here a second trip of Charles Concilio born in 1862 ( naturalized):

First Name: Charles
Last Name: Concilio
Ethnicity: Italian, South
Last Place of Residence:
Date of Arrival: Mar 15, 1907
Age at Arrival: 45y Gender: M Marital Status: M
Ship of Travel: Neckar
Port of Departure: Naples
Manifest Line Number: 0002

http://www.ellisisland.org/search/shipm ... 1905060448

Charles seeming immigrated in the first time, in 1893 abt... because we find it 1895 NJ census:
New Jersey State Census, 1895
about Charles Concilio
Name: Charles Concilio
Family Number: 223
Gender: Male
State: New Jersey
County: Morris
Locality: Boonton
Roll: V227_94
Page: 30
Line: 14

abt Magliacane surname.. the meaning is hard to say... most probably... is a surname originated from local dialects.....
abt Augusto/Agosto Concilio and Carmela Magliacane, no immigration records, almost from a first search...
but, if you can be sure abt the marriage place, if it is Cassino( Frosinone province-previous in Caserta province) or Montecorvino( Salerno province) well by Mormon's microfilms you can find the records...
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Re: Magliacane family help?

Postby katie123 » 31 Jul 2009, 21:08

thank you for the info about the town of cassino. all of the info i had was on a letter written by the son of donato and he had a couple of spelling errors in it so i think you are right about two ss's.

also i now know that of top of monte cassino is a monastery. it is possible that my family went there to have the baby.

thank you also for the name meaning info, i will try to contact some of them.

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Re: Magliacane family help?

Postby pink67 » 01 Aug 2009, 06:16

Suanj wrote:Charles seeming immigrated in the first time, in 1893 abt... because we find it 1895 NJ census:


:D

This is the first arrival (1893) in the U.S. for Carmine Concilio, age 30, taylor, last residence Baronissi (Salerno Province - Campania region) travelling with his wife Rosalia De Paolo, age 24. Them both stated they were going to Boonton - NJ.
Have you noticed they were travelling also with an Antonio Concilio (age 55 - aprox. year of birth 1838), shoemaker, last residence Baronissi who was going to Madison?

http://www.ellisisland.org/EIFile/popup ... &line=0074

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don't know if you already have.. this is the 1900 census for Donato Concilio and family:

1900 United States Federal Census
about Donoto Concilio
Name: Donoto Concilio
[Donota Concilio]
Home in 1900: Newton, Sussex, New Jersey
Age: 35
Birth Date: Oct 1864
Birthplace: Italy
Race: White
Ethnicity: American
Gender: Male
Immigration Year: 1889
Relationship to Head of House: Head
Father's Birthplace: Italy
Mother's Birthplace: Italy
Spouse's Name: Foresa
Marriage Year: 1895
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 5
Residence : Newton Town, Sussex, New Jersey
Occupation: View on Image
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
Donoto Concilio 35 head, born in IT., year of immigr. 1889, married since 5 years, shoemaker
Foresa Concilio 22 Teresa, wife, born in IT, year of immigr. 1895
Augustus Concilio 4 son, born in NJ
Mary Concilio 2 daughter, born in NJ
Silvia Concilio 1/12 daughter, born in NJ
Farno Gerardo 26 boarder.


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Re: Magliacane family help?

Postby suanj » 01 Aug 2009, 09:26

yes Laura, you are right!
Me too found Carmine; he changed the first name in Charles..
the problem is to find Agosto Concilio immigration record... seeming died in 1881, but it is unknown if in Italy or in USA... good week end,
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Re: Magliacane family help?

Postby PeterTimber » 01 Aug 2009, 15:11

Dear Katie what am I?....an orphan? =Peter=
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Re: Magliacane family help?

Postby antonio-concilio » 04 Sep 2009, 15:02

Hi everyone!
my name is Antonio Concilio,
my family comes from the province of Salerno, namely Baronissi,
and I can state the family Magliacano (not Magliacane) and Concilio were among the largest of a village named Caprecano, a suburb of Baronissi.
My grandmother was named Marianna Magliacano and my grandfather Antonio Concilio (as I am).
My grandparents were born in the years around 1890.
I am not aware of branches of both the families living in Cassino (nowadays in province of Frosinone... but definitely impossible to be ever in province of Salerno... too far and too many other cities in between!)
I hope this can help.

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Re: Magliacane family help?

Postby scorpyon » 22 Sep 2009, 17:51

hi how r u?i dont know if i can help u about ur question but maybe we hv something in commom.my great-gra father was GENARO STEFANO MAGLIACANE he was born in BARONISSI comune di SALERNO and he came to brasil and marriage here in 20 oct 1900 at city santo antonio do aventureiro MG.his father was FIZ(orFIR)MAGLIACANE.GENARO STEFANO MAGLIACANEwas born in 1869.about the meaning i know it has something with the profession=MAGLI=hammer CANE=dog. my great-gra father was constructor maybe thats why he has the surname.keep in touch.bye.

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Postby magliacane » 12 Mar 2010, 19:36

my great grandma was Maria Carmela Magliacane. I've been searching for info on Ancestory. but only get so far. I did manage to get info such as: the ship they came over on from Naples, tha ROMA,1927 oct.1. My great Grandpa, Vittorio Modestino, from Cayriglia Auellino & or Capriglia. I was unable to go back further into their time in Italy and hope to find more interesting info if anyone can help me. I would appreciate any and try to return the gesture. Their children were: Modestino, Victor, Aquilino,Ida,& Anacleto.

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Re: Magliacane family help?

Postby vj » 12 Mar 2010, 22:49

magliacane wrote:my great grandma was Maria Carmela Magliacane. I've been searching for info on Ancestory. but only get so far. I did manage to get info such as: the ship they came over on from Naples, tha ROMA,1927 oct.1. My great Grandpa, Vittorio Modestino, from Cayriglia Auellino & or Capriglia. I was unable to go back further into their time in Italy and hope to find more interesting info if anyone can help me. I would appreciate any and try to return the gesture. Their children were: Modestino, Victor, Aquilino,Ida,& Anacleto.


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Re: Magliacane family help?

Postby leo_salles » 02 Dec 2010, 19:29

Olá,

Parece que temos o mesmo bisavô.
Tenho o passaporte dele. Na verdade seu nome era Gennaro Magliacano, filho de Stefano Magliacano e Antonia Santoro. Já consegui um oficio da Italia que indica nacimento em 1968. A data do casamento confere!
Sou do Rio de Janeiro e parte da familia que conheco está em Mar de Espanha e Londrina.
Manda noticias podemos nos ajudar.

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scorpyon wrote:hi how r u?i dont know if i can help u about ur question but maybe we hv something in commom.my great-gra father was GENARO STEFANO MAGLIACANE he was born in BARONISSI comune di SALERNO and he came to brasil and marriage here in 20 oct 1900 at city santo antonio do aventureiro MG.his father was FIZ(orFIR)MAGLIACANE.GENARO STEFANO MAGLIACANEwas born in 1869.about the meaning i know it has something with the profession=MAGLI=hammer CANE=dog. my great-gra father was constructor maybe thats why he has the surname.keep in touch.bye.

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Re: Magliacane family help?

Postby Marymateo » 25 Jun 2014, 17:14

My grandmother's mother (maternal side) is described on my grandmother's birth certificate as follows: "Sor Magliacane Maria di sesso..e che risulta essere nat..in..Salerno". Anyone who shares some of this background is welcome to do so with me.


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