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Mangini Family

Postby martinbasail » 15 Feb 2010, 05:49

I'm posting to see if someone knows anything about the mangini's family.
A few months ago I tried to star a reserach about my ancestor's, but i got stuck with no data.
Additionally, my grandma, who is supposed to be mangini knows less and doesn't care about it.

The ancestor i'm looking is Giuseppe Mangini, he was born in Bergamo in 1862. After all this months I think he's from San Giovanni Bianco or San Pietro D'orzio. His parents were Sebastiano Mangini and Margherita Milesi.
Do you know about the mangini's from Bergamo?

Thank you very much for your time.

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Re: Mangini Family

Postby johnnyonthespot » 15 Feb 2010, 11:52

Did Giuseppe emigrate to the US? If so, do you know approximately what year?

Have you considered the possibility that your correct surname is Mancini, not Mangini? It is interesting that ancestry . com has far more immigration records for Giuseppe Mancini than for Giuseppe Mangini and no Giuseppe Mangini's who were born in 1862.
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Re: Mangini Family

Postby PeterTimber » 15 Feb 2010, 14:15

There are 15 MANGINI currentlylisted inthe SANGIOVANNI BIANCO telephone listing so my money is on MANGINI. www.paginebianche.it and put in MANGINI in the first line and San Giovanni Bianco underneath inthe next and cclick CERCA for full names, addresses and telephone numbers.

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Re: Mangini Family

Postby johnnyonthespot » 15 Feb 2010, 14:26

Yes, but no Giuseppe Mangini's born in 1862 +/- 1 year on ancestry . com.
Also, of the two names, Mancini is far more common by at least tenfold.

I would like to see more info from the original poster, if possible.
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Re: Mangini Family

Postby suanj » 15 Feb 2010, 14:45

martinbasail wrote:I'm posting to see if someone knows anything about the mangini's family.
A few months ago I tried to star a reserach about my ancestor's, but i got stuck with no data.
Additionally, my grandma, who is supposed to be mangini knows less and doesn't care about it.

The ancestor i'm looking is Giuseppe Mangini, he was born in Bergamo in 1862. After all this months I think he's from San Giovanni Bianco or San Pietro D'orzio. His parents were Sebastiano Mangini and Margherita Milesi.
Do you know about the mangini's from Bergamo?

Thank you very much for your time.

Martin.

Martin, where your Giuseppe lived in USA? and the probable year of immigration?
The Mangini and Milesi also are in Como area....
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Re: Mangini Family

Postby liviomoreno » 15 Feb 2010, 15:55

martinbasail wrote:... After all this months I think he's from San Giovanni Bianco or San Pietro D'orzio. ...


I could not find any Place named San Pietro D'Orzio. The closest name is Pietraporzio.
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Re: Mangini Family

Postby martinbasail » 15 Feb 2010, 16:12

Than you all for your replys...
He didn't emigrate to the USA, he did to Argentina.
I tought it could be S. Pietro D'orzio because some Milesi and Mangini inmigrants from that place founded one village in Argentina.
But after suanj post I started thinking and it makes sense that he could be from Como too, since the family of his wife (Borghi) was from Cermenate, Como.
I will see if i can find anything from that place.
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Re: Mangini Family

Postby liviomoreno » 15 Feb 2010, 16:25

I did a further search and found out that S. Pietro D'orzio is a "frazione", hamlet, of San Giovanni Bianco see http://italia.indettaglio.it/eng/lombar ... orzio.html
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Re: Mangini Family

Postby suanj » 15 Feb 2010, 16:29

martinbasail wrote:Than you all for your replys...
He didn't emigrate to the USA, he did to Argentina.
I tought it could be S. Pietro D'orzio because some Milesi and Mangini inmigrants from that place founded one village in Argentina.
But after suanj post I started thinking and it makes sense that he could be from Como too, since the family of his wife (Borghi) was from Cermenate, Como.
I will see if i can find anything from that place.
Thank you all

Hi, I post this record, but obviously sure it can be uncorrect in some point, especially abt the birthplace, but maybe you can confirm if it could be referred your ancestor:
JOSE MANGINI Pedigree
Male Family


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Event(s):
Birth: 1870 San Lorenzo, Santa Fe, Argentina

Christening:
Death: 1950 San Lorenzo, Santa Fe, Argentina

Burial:


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Marriages:
Spouse: REGINA MARIA BORGHI Family
Marriage: 28 NOV 1891 San Lorenzo, Santa Fe, Argentina

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Re: Mangini Family

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Re: Mangini Family

Postby martinbasail » 15 Feb 2010, 17:34

suanj wrote:
martinbasail wrote:Than you all for your replys...
He didn't emigrate to the USA, he did to Argentina.
I tought it could be S. Pietro D'orzio because some Milesi and Mangini inmigrants from that place founded one village in Argentina.
But after suanj post I started thinking and it makes sense that he could be from Como too, since the family of his wife (Borghi) was from Cermenate, Como.
I will see if i can find anything from that place.
Thank you all

Hi, I post this record, but obviously sure it can be uncorrect in some point, especially abt the birthplace, but maybe you can confirm if it could be referred your ancestor:
JOSE MANGINI Pedigree
Male Family

I saw that record. It's not correct the birth and death. But the marriage it's OK. In fact, I called the parrish and they have that record. They are sending it to me. But about Jose Mangini, it only says "Italiano", without pointing out the origin town.
In the death certificate (he died in 1915) says that he was from Bergamo.
Thank you all again.

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Event(s):
Birth: 1870 San Lorenzo, Santa Fe, Argentina

Christening:
Death: 1950 San Lorenzo, Santa Fe, Argentina

Burial:


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Marriages:
Spouse: REGINA MARIA BORGHI Family
Marriage: 28 NOV 1891 San Lorenzo, Santa Fe, Argentina

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Re: Mangini Family

Postby martinbasail » 15 Feb 2010, 17:35

I saw that record. It's not correct the birth and death. But the marriage it's OK. In fact, I called the parrish and they have that record. They are sending it to me. But about Jose Mangini, it only says "Italiano", without pointing out the origin town.
In the death certificate (he died in 1915) says that he was from Bergamo.
Thank you all again.
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Re: Mangini Family

Postby suanj » 15 Feb 2010, 18:02

I cannot find your Giuseppe Mangini in 1895 Argentina census.. I only found Domingo Borghi (Regina's father) with family in San Lorenzo, Santa Fe, Argentina ....
abt Giuseppe's death certificate... Bergamo... I know not if is correct... It is hard, because in ship's manifest in South America, no birthtown is listed only the Country...
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Re: Mangini Family

Postby martinbasail » 15 Feb 2010, 19:48

Thanks suanj.
In the Argenina Cesus is listed as: Manllini....
And in the item "Province" says Genova...
I'm sure is wrong... Genova is the departing port... not his city.
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Re: Mangini Family

Postby PeterTimber » 16 Feb 2010, 00:24

You can either check with cemla@cemla.com (if still active) or go to www.cemla.com and request copy of arriving file into BA.
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