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Doro Family

Postby doro » 31 Dec 2003, 14:23

Dears,
I'm live in Sao Paulo, Brazil and my grandfather was born when his fathers coming to Brazil (by boat) from Italy. My grandfather name is David Doro and I'm looking for the immigration registration in Brazil to find the exact region of Italy his come from and our genealogy.
I'll appreciate any info or knowledge about Doro family immigration to Brazil.

Thks,
Andre.
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Postby ptimber » 31 Dec 2003, 16:14

There are numerous DORO in Italy (about 700) and 40% appear to come from veneto but the rest are spread around Italy. As you know you need to kjnow the town of origin to find your family and documents. The records on line do not show the town of origin when immigrating to South America so that you may have tgo research in Brazil. There are several websites but one that is supposed to be good is www.memorialdoimigrante.sp.gov.br/formular.html. happy New Year. Peter NYC
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Re: Doro Family

Postby suanj » 31 Dec 2003, 17:12

doro wrote:Dears,
I'm live in Sao Paulo, Brazil and my grandfather was born when his fathers coming to Brazil (by boat) from Italy. My grandfather name is David Doro and I'm looking for the immigration registration in Brazil to find the exact region of Italy his come from and our genealogy.
I'll appreciate any info or knowledge about Doro family immigration to Brazil.

Thks,
Andre.

Hi: in Italy are this records(emigration 1858/1899 to Vitoria) from Doro persons emigrated in Brazil:
Doro Angelo coming from Treviso but born in...
http://www.ape.es.gov.br/passaportes/It ... Angelo.pdf

Doro Antonio ditto

Doro Candida ditto

Doro Margherita coming from Maserada sul Piave(Treviso)

Doro Pasqua coming from Ponte San Nicolò(Padova)

Suggestions? More, this surname, beyond that this Commons and in common indicates on LDS search, sure was present in years interested in:
-Barbeano di Spilimbergo(Pordenone province-Friuli Venezia Giulia)
-Ajaccio and also Bastia(Isola di Corsica)
-Sassari(Isola di Sardegna)
-Agna (Padova province-Veneto region)
-Foza(very near Enego town with large presence of Doro surname-Vicenza province-Veneto region)
-Venezia( ancient and nobles Doro family-Veneto region )
-Noale(Venezia province-Veneto region)..
regards, suanj
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Postby Gumba » 01 Jan 2004, 21:04

Andre, sounds like you are getting some great information and assistance. Peter and Suanj, you two are excellent sources of information. My great-grandmother, Giavanna Doro, is from the Veneto region, although I have no idea when she was born. She married Antonio DeBortoli, also from the Veneto region. I do know that one of their children, my grandfather, was born in 1890. The DeBortolis are from Cornuda, not sure about the Doros, but I'm assuming the same for them. I'm at a loss as to how to find more information on the great grandparents and since I don't speak or write Italian, I'm really at a loss. Best of luck to you Andre!

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Postby suanj » 01 Jan 2004, 21:36

Hi Tina, in the past great presence of Doro surname is in Enego(Vicenza province-Veneto region)very near also to Cornuda(treviso province-Veneto region)..
map of Vicenza with Enego http://www.italiagroup.com/veneto/vicen ... icenza.htm
map of treviso province with Cornuda http://www.italiagroup.com/veneto/trevi ... reviso.htm
...hoping to find ...more info....Happy new Year to all!!!suanj
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