Hi, I believe that this record could be abt Pietro Gianfrancesco; mother Rosa Picone in Capriati and joining at cousin Angelo Paolo in NY; in travel with Raffaele Rocchio ( born in Gallo) and with same final destination:
New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 about Pietro Gianfrancesco Name: Pietro Gianfrancesco Arrival Date: 3 Dec 1913 Estimated birth year: abt 1895 Age: 18 Gender: Male Port of Departure: Naples, Italy Ethnicity/RaceÂ/Nationality: Italian Ship Name: Cincinnati Search Ship Database: Search the Cincinnati in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database Port of Arrival: New York, New York NATIVITY: Italy Line: 19 Microfilm Serial: T715 Microfilm Roll: T715_2232 Birth Location: Italy Birth Location Other: capriati Page Number: 50
1920 United States Federal Census about Peter Gianfrancesco Name: Peter Gianfrancesco
[Peter Gianfrancesc] Home in 1920: Providence Ward 9, Providence, Rhode Island
Age: 23 years
Estimated birth year: abt 1897
Relation to Head of House: Boarder
Father's Birth Place: Italy
Mother's Birth Place: Italy
Marital Status: Single
Year of Immigration: 1914
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
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Household Members: Name Age
Peter Gianfrancesco 23 Pasquale Martinello
hollygianfrancesco wrote:Thanks so much for the quick reply. I am map challenged. I will write letters to the 4 addresses found, however, I believe Gallo, Caserta is more than likely where the family relocated.Many died there. I am told Pietro's land was Olive trees to make olive oil that he gave his niece.
Comune di Gallo and Comune di Gallo Matese are just 7.5 miles west of Capriati a Volturno. Click here.
hollygianfrancesco wrote:Thanks, I still don't know how to do this! It still amazes me that the men left their families never to return! Started over, as did my Grandmother. Still wonder about her first husband, I don't think he died and I think they may have had a child unless he had a marriage before her- this is truly skeletons being dug up.
It was very common for the men to come over first to check things out, look for work, find a place to live, etc. They would then send for their family, sometimes one, two, three years later.
As you can imagine, much can happen when husband and wife are apart for a period of years, especially when the only means of maintaining contact was by letters.
Name: Peter Gianfrancesco State: Washington Court Type: Superior Court Court Location: King County, Washington Naturalization Record Type: Declarations of Intention Roll Description: (Roll 027) Declarations of Intention, 1914-17, #8001-10000 Archive: National Archives, Washington, D.C. Collection Title: Naturalization Records for the Superior Court for King, Pierce, Thurston, and Snohomish Counties, Washington, 1850-1974 Archive Series: M1543 Archive Roll: 27
dated 21 Jun 1915
born 25 May 1894 in Capriati
immig SS Cincinnati 1 Dec 1913
Holly, in case you don't already have this
Research in Capriati a Volturno by writing to the comune: