Surnames of Mancuso, Briganti, Baglio and Buehlle

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Surnames of Mancuso, Briganti, Baglio and Buehlle

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I am looking for anyone with information on the surnames of: Mancuso, Baglio, Briganti and Buehlle (not sure of spelling). They are all from Corleone I think. Antonina Mancuso was born in Corleone in 1883. She use to go to St. Rosalia Church in Corleone. Her mother was named Rosalia Buehlle and her father was Antonius Mancuso. She migrated to the U.S. in 1896-1897. She married Biagio Baglio also from Corleone. His parents were Vito Baglio and Carmella Briganti. They moved to Louisiana where they resided until death. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Re: Surnames of Mancuso, Briganti, Baglio and Buehlle

Postby Michael31 » 03 Nov 2009, 05:07

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cognome: Mancuso dove: Corleone
cognome: Baglio dove: Corleone
cognome: Briganti dove: Corleone

cognome: Buella dove: Milano
cognome: Buelli dove: Sicilia

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Re: Surnames of Mancuso, Briganti, Baglio and Buehlle

Postby vj » 03 Nov 2009, 14:42

band09mom wrote:...I am looking for anyone with information on the surnames of: Mancuso, Baglio, Briganti and Buehlle (not sure of spelling). They are all from Corleone I think ... Any information would be appreciated...


Hello MM!
Are you looking for help with finding US records for your family or direction on how to conduct your research in Italy?
Thank you, Valarie

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Re: Surnames of Mancuso, Briganti, Baglio and Buehlle

Postby band09mom » 03 Nov 2009, 16:15

Valarie,
Yes, I would be happy to receive any info on how to conduct a search in Italy. I am at a dead end. Can't seem to locate any names that I can link to Biaggio Baglio and Antonina Mancuso. They had to have other relatives, but I can't seem to find them. It's very frustrating.

Thanks to the other reply that I received, but I can't read Italian.

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Re: Surnames of Mancuso, Briganti, Baglio and Buehlle

Postby vj » 03 Nov 2009, 16:26

Hello!

You could review your family’s records from Corleone on microfilm at your nearest Family History Center.
The cost is about $6 mo (rent), you’ll need to go to the center to order & view them.
If you haven't been to a center it is staffed with very helpful folks.
You may want to call 1st to verify the hours they're open

Valarie
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Microfilm:

Place
Italy, Palermo, Corleone

Topics
- Italy, Palermo, Corleone - Census
- Italy, Palermo, Corleone - Church history
- Italy, Palermo, Corleone - Church records
- Italy, Palermo, Corleone - Civil registration
- Italy, Palermo, Corleone - History
- Italy, Palermo, Corleone - Religion and religious life

civil registration film notes for Corleone

Topic
Italy, Palermo, Corleone - Civil registration

Titles
Registri dello stato civile di Corleone (Palermo), 1820-1895 Corleone (Palermo).
Ufficio dello stato civile

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Re: Surnames of Mancuso, Briganti, Baglio and Buehlle

Postby band09mom » 03 Nov 2009, 18:30

Valarie,
Thanks so much for the info. I have heard of the Family Center and do plan to visit it as soon as it reopens. It has been shut down since Hurricane Katrina and is scheduled to open January 2010. I am anxiously awaiting the reopening. Your info will help when I am finally able to visit the center.
Mary

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Re: Surnames of Mancuso, Briganti, Baglio and Buehlle

Postby vj » 03 Nov 2009, 19:26

Oh my Mary,
I'm so glad it's scheduled to reopen soon.
They have quite an extensive collection of microfilm available - especially US records.
In the meantime you could also write to Corleone for a few records
Valarie

Italian form letter generator with instructions:
http://www.circolocalabrese.org/resourc ... civile.asp

Address:

Comune di Corleone
Ufficio dello Stato Civile
Piazza Garibaldi 1
90034 Corleone PA
ITALY

http://www.tuttitalia.it/sicilia/91-corleone/


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