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Cerco famiglia [b]GUIDIO[/b]

Postby sssilva » 01 Feb 2004, 22:33

Amichi

Io cerco la mia famiglia GUIDIO italiana, emigrata en Brasile
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Postby ptimber » 02 Feb 2004, 00:22

Go to www.imigrantes italianos.com.br for town of origin in Italy to discover family. Peter
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Re: Cerco famiglia [b]GUIDIO[/b]

Postby suanj » 02 Feb 2004, 07:09

sssilva wrote:Amichi

Io cerco la mia famiglia GUIDIO italiana, emigrata en Brasile
gracie

Hi: Guidio surname not exist, really are GUIDO surname. Also, very diffused, exist Guidi surname.
-An Guido family(Domenico and Costantino) are emigrated in Brasil in 1895 coming from Arquata Scrivia town(Alessandria province-Piemonte region)..
-and are 6 Guidi persons emigrated in Brasil:Guidi Antonio from Comacchio in 1892;Guidi Clemente from..? in 1893; Guidi Geltrude coming from san Giovanni in Persiceto in 1889; Guidi Giuseppina from Comacchio in 1892; Guidi Gustavo ditto Comacchio in 1892;Guidi Mariano ditto Comacchio in 1892.
In order to know your relatives in Italy please to supply exact spelling surname, also first name and origin's place..... :roll: regards, suanj
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Cognome GUIDIO

Postby sssilva » 11 Feb 2004, 13:27

Thanks for yours informations.

I receive the family name: Jacobo GUIDIO. de Volterra, Bispo de Permua e Adria. Member Concilio di Trento - 1564. Agnus Dei.

In the Memorial do Imigrante, São Paulo-Brasil. David GUIDIO, 42, italiano, vapore Adria, 16/05/1887

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Re: Cognome GUIDIO

Postby suanj » 11 Feb 2004, 14:06

sssilva wrote:Thanks for yours informations.

I receive the family name: Jacobo GUIDIO. de Volterra, Bispo de Permua e Adria. Member Concilio di Trento - 1564. Agnus Dei.

In the Memorial do Imigrante, São Paulo-Brasil. David GUIDIO, 42, italiano, vapore Adria, 16/05/1887

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Hi: this info not are perfectly exact. Exact name are: Iacopo(first name) GUIDI (surname) coming from Volterra(Tuscany region), in year 1561/1568 bishop of Penne town(Abruzzo region) and not Penua;present in Concilio of Trento(Trento capital of Trentino Alto Adige region).

More in Archivio di Stato di Firenze(Tuscany) are on Iacopo Guidi family and surnames relative Quaratesi, Gabrielli, Maffei, Minucci and others:
"Guidi , bb. 191, ( secc. XIV- XIX) ;pergg. 267 (997-1804). Inventari sommari prima metà sec. XX. [vol. II, pag. 161]
L'archivio comprende documenti relativi alla famiglia Guidi di Volterra e ad alcune con essa imparentate (Quaratesi, Gabrielli, Maffei, Minucci e altre). Questi documenti sono di varia natura: da quelli riguardanti l'amministrazione patrimoniale domestica a quelli che si riferiscono alla vita politica di Volterra, dalle memorie ai carteggi di membri della famiglia Guidi. In particolare si ricordano le relazioni dal concilio di Trento di Iacopo Guidi, le istruzioni e lettere granducali di Camillo Guidi (1636-1711), le carte di Francesco Silvatico, arcivescovo di Pisa dal 1734, gli atti di Francesco, segretario e ambasciatore granducale, carteggi di Violante di Baviera (che aveva come segretario Iacopo Guidi), gli atti di Giovanni Silvatico, sottoprefetto di Volterra in età napoleonica.
Dell'archivio fa parte una serie diplomatica relativa soprattutto ai feudi della famiglia nel Casentino.

BIBL.: ASI 1956, pp. 678-680."
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Postby sssilva » 16 Feb 2004, 17:34

Gracie, SUANJ

Penso chi oi sono molto lontano de trovare la famiglia GUIDIO o l'informacione del cambio en Brasile del cognome GUIDI en GUIDIO

Gracie tante. Gracie
et io devo continuare la richerca.

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Postby suanj » 16 Feb 2004, 18:40

ola Silvio, I hope help you in future.. port of departure of Adria ship ? Please let me know..regards, suanj
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Postby suanj » 16 Feb 2004, 18:45

here:
"ADRIA ex ETNA / CITY OF BRISTOL / MEXICO / MESSICO / SEMPIONE 1854
2,215 gross tons, length 305ft x beam 37.6ft (92.96m x 11.46m), clipper bows, one funnel, three masts, iron hull, single screw, speed 10 knots, accommodation for 120-1st and 400-3rd class passengers. Built by Caird & Co, Greenock, she was launched for the Cunard Line on 26th Aug.1854 as the ETNA. Used firstly as a Crimea War transport. On 5th Feb.1856 she sailed from Havre to New York, then from Liverpool to New York and also used on the New York - Chagres route. In 1857 she sailed for the European & Australian R.M.S.P.Co on the Southampton - Malta - Alexandria route and in 1860 was sold to the Inman Line. 1871 rebuilt to 2,655 gross tons and lengthened to 349ft (106.38m) and re-engined to give a speed of 12 knots, she was then renamed CITY OF BRISTOL and used on the Liverpool - New York service. 1881 sold to Spain renamed MEXICO, 1882 sold to Italy renamed MESSICO, 1883 renamed SEMPIONE, 1884 sold to Societa Rocco Piaggio & Figli, Genoa and renamed ADRIA. 1st June 1884 first voyage Genoa - Montevideo - Buenos Aires. In 1885 the company was taken over by Navigazione Generale Italiana and the ship continued South America sailings until 1896 when she was scrapped in Italy. [South Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor]

Ok: Genova are port of departure!
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Postby suanj » 17 Feb 2004, 16:46

Hi Silvio, hoping in good spelling, I've found this record an Guidio person emigrated in 1887 in USA, place of origin unknow

Cognome
GUIDIO
Nome
GIOVANNI

Età
18

Sesso
M

Professione
BLACKSMITH

Istruzione
U

Luogo di origine
U

Destinazione
NEW-YORK

Visto
Emigrante

Classe
Ponte

Porto d'imbarco
HAVRE

Nave
LA NORMANDIE

Data d'arrivo
11/8/1887

--- and 2 Guidio persons emigrated in Argentina...
Cognome
GUIDIO

Nome
Ga.

Parentela


Età
22

Sesso
M

Stato civile
Celibe/Nubile

Professione
JORNALERO

Religione
Cattolico

Porto d'imbarco
NAPOLES

Nave
PROVENCE

Data d'arrivo
07-04-1886

Istruzione
Sa

Classe
------
Cognome
GUIDIO

Nome
GIACOMO

Parentela


Età
22

Sesso
M

Stato civile
Celibe/Nubile

Professione
SIN PROFESION

Religione
Cattolico

Porto d'imbarco
NAPOLES

Nave
FORMOSA

Data d'arrivo
02-12-1908

Istruzione
Sa

Classe
Terza
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therefore last name:GUIDIO has existed in Italy!!!this is a step in ahead..
from the ports of departure, agree that first Guidio person was of north Italy and others two persons of south Italy...hoping in future better results..regards, suanj
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Postby suanj » 17 Feb 2004, 17:07

More Silvio: on familysearch.org (LDS) are Guidio family please you search..but not are Davide.. :roll: suanj
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