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La Familia Valentin

Postby cjramos » 28 Jan 2004, 01:57

How can I get the information of which Italians arrived in Puerto Rico? Would you be able to direct me? Is there a specific site where I can search? You and Peter have been quite helpful. Right now, I am currently trying to obtain my great grandfather's death certificate. Another obstacle since there was little information.

Thank you both :wink:
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Postby suanj » 28 Jan 2004, 05:27

Hi, to this URL: http://www.geocities.com/ga57/africana/tamburini01.html

are an incipit of part study on:
" La colonia italiana di Cuba (1884-1902)" author: Francesco Tamburini in Rivista "Africana" are an of press authors: http://www.geocities.com/ga57/africana/ ... atori.html
for: Associazione di Studi Extraeuropei – ASE
editing : Edistudio, cp 213, I-56100 PISA (Italia)
Tel. +39 050 48670, +39 050 2208745, Fax +39 050 500585
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for any info: Dr. Giovanni Armillotta, Casella Postale 226, IT - 56100 Pisa- Italy
I task Francesco Tamburini have many info and sources(Francesco Tamburini are prof of Politic Sciences University of Pisa, and writes on emigration of italian in Cuba and other ..regards, suanj
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Re: La Familia Valentin

Postby suanj » 28 Jan 2004, 05:43

cjramos wrote:
suanj wrote:Hi, I've found this new, perhaps can interest you: from 1884 to 1901, only 380 Italians were emigrated to Cuba, nearly all of italy north origin and for the majority of male sex (312 men, 68 women), only 40 arrived directly from Italy, the others came from USA(185), from Mexico (48), from South America(34), from Spain (29), the other Antilless (21) etc....regards, suanj



Suanj: 380 Italians emigrated to Cuba. Your other totals arriving where? I was told that my great grandfather landed in Puerto Rico w/people from Spain. Are you stating that these men & women arrived in Puerto Rico?

cjramos

Yes..
More:Perhaps just italian first name is EVELINO..regards, suanj
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Postby nautili » 28 Jan 2004, 06:34

ptimber wrote:Could be since the Panama Canal was not open but many people used to go by road from the Atlantic to the Pacific where the Panam Canal was evetually built so the best thing is to check the ww.ellisisland.org website and check . But there are many ports he could have come into on the Atlatic side like Boston or New orleans or even Mexico for that matter. He could also have come in via the suez canal to the pacific and Hawaii. Peter


You offer several possibilities I had not considered. Thanks!
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Postby suanj » 29 Jan 2004, 19:51

Hi: I've found an other new. Italian emigrated in Cuba, was vulunteers
soldiers they had already fought in Spain and Greece... they left for the
USA and then they went to Cuba beetwen 1898/1901..I have found some names:
Francesco Federico Falco, Alfonso Cancellieri, Oreste Ferrara, Francesco
Lenci, Guglielmo Patriccione, Francesco Pagliuchi and Ugo Ricci, that it
fights to Matanzas and are an official of Maceo ; and others name not
specify.
More:
Cornale Giovanni, Molineri Oreste (Torino), Arsino Guido (Asti), De Molli
Carlo, Gallo Nicola, Paravicini Ernesto (Milano), Corti Antonio (Pavia),
Alippi Salvatore (Lecco), Binda Giuseppe (Como), Borgia Virgilio (Mantova),
Toratto Antonio (Roncegno, Trento), Bassi Emilio, Bono Battista (Venezia),
Ravasini Mario (Trieste), Piccirilli Ferruccio (Massa Carrara), Gemignani
Luigi (Viareggio, Lucca), Tieri Nicola (Bologna), Baldini Francesco (Parma),
Geraci Francesco, Taparelli Gilberto (Reggio Emilia), Pasini Federico
(Pesaro), Anastasi Ciro, Vecchiotti Fortunato (Ascoli Piceno), Bottini
Pasquale (Campobasso), Niccoli Francesco (Rieti), Ferretti Placido (Isola
dei Liri), Mastelloni Raimondo, Violante Francesco (Napoli), Cardillo
Alessandro, Di Gennaro Angelo, Greco Angelo, Macchiarolo Luigi, Panella
Domenico, Ucci Carmine (Benevento), Vecchioni Raffaele (Nola, Napoli),
Cervone Francesco (Caserta), Migliarini Giuseppe, Pizzariello Giovanni
(Potenza). Jersale Francesco (Bitonto, Bari), Padula Cesare (Lecce), Flesca
Giuseppe (Reggio Calabria). This emigrations are in various groups..of some
groups are only origin birthplace:
Torino, Genova, Milano, Mantova, Padova (7 persons: capitan Renato
Brocchi ), Trieste, Livorno(capitan: Palmiro Tomberi), Viareggio, Forlì,
Roma, Guinasco di Novara, Chiaravalle of Ancona, Pontassieve (Firenze), Mola
di Bari, Trani, Giarre (Catania-Sicily), Sant'Arcangelo di Romagna.
..Regards, suanj
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Postby cjramos » 02 Feb 2004, 03:13

suanj wrote:Hi: I've found an other new. Italian emigrated in Cuba, was vulunteers
soldiers they had already fought in Spain and Greece... they left for the
USA and then they went to Cuba beetwen 1898/1901..I have found some names:
Francesco Federico Falco, Alfonso Cancellieri, Oreste Ferrara, Francesco
Lenci, Guglielmo Patriccione, Francesco Pagliuchi and Ugo Ricci, that it
fights to Matanzas and are an official of Maceo ; and others name not
specify.
More:
Cornale Giovanni, Molineri Oreste (Torino), Arsino Guido (Asti), De Molli
Carlo, Gallo Nicola, Paravicini Ernesto (Milano), Corti Antonio (Pavia),
Alippi Salvatore (Lecco), Binda Giuseppe (Como), Borgia Virgilio (Mantova),
Toratto Antonio (Roncegno, Trento), Bassi Emilio, Bono Battista (Venezia),
Ravasini Mario (Trieste), Piccirilli Ferruccio (Massa Carrara), Gemignani
Luigi (Viareggio, Lucca), Tieri Nicola (Bologna), Baldini Francesco (Parma),
Geraci Francesco, Taparelli Gilberto (Reggio Emilia), Pasini Federico
(Pesaro), Anastasi Ciro, Vecchiotti Fortunato (Ascoli Piceno), Bottini
Pasquale (Campobasso), Niccoli Francesco (Rieti), Ferretti Placido (Isola
dei Liri), Mastelloni Raimondo, Violante Francesco (Napoli), Cardillo
Alessandro, Di Gennaro Angelo, Greco Angelo, Macchiarolo Luigi, Panella
Domenico, Ucci Carmine (Benevento), Vecchioni Raffaele (Nola, Napoli),
Cervone Francesco (Caserta), Migliarini Giuseppe, Pizzariello Giovanni
(Potenza). Jersale Francesco (Bitonto, Bari), Padula Cesare (Lecce), Flesca
Giuseppe (Reggio Calabria). This emigrations are in various groups..of some
groups are only origin birthplace:
Torino, Genova, Milano, Mantova, Padova (7 persons: capitan Renato
Brocchi ), Trieste, Livorno(capitan: Palmiro Tomberi), Viareggio, Forlì,
Roma, Guinasco di Novara, Chiaravalle of Ancona, Pontassieve (Firenze), Mola
di Bari, Trani, Giarre (Catania-Sicily), Sant'Arcangelo di Romagna.
..Regards, suanj



Thank you Suanj... Is Giarre from Catania Sicily? Giarre being the last name?
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Postby suanj » 02 Feb 2004, 06:06

Yes Giarre is Town in Sicily, Catania province, also Giarre are an italian surname very rare..regards, suanj
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Re: names in immigration

Postby Donald Hoff » 09 Jul 2004, 16:35

suanj
What a nice find. How did you find the names of persons immigating to Cuba? I would like to look at the records of Italians coming to Cuba from 1835-1850. What is your resource please?
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Re: names in immigration

Postby suanj » 09 Jul 2004, 18:14

Donald Hoff wrote:suanj
What a nice find. How did you find the names of persons immigating to Cuba? I would like to look at the records of Italians coming to Cuba from 1835-1850. What is your resource please?
don hoff

Hi Don not are others info in Italy...I think probable italian surname your ancestor are ValentinO or ValentinI...you have possibility(for better search)to search in Cuba more info..? are necessary birtdate(from cemetery; in marriage act, probable are also italian origin place, exact surname, exact first name..Avelino is tipical of Spain)..regards, suanj
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