Giovanballista (John the Baptist) Forgione

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Giovanballista (John the Baptist) Forgione

Postby kgl2 » 11 Mar 2004, 18:52

Born 1896 in Torrella die Lombardi, son of Antonio Forgione and Giuseppina Salerno Forgione, may or may not have emmigrated to the US to join 7 other older siblings. They included Vincenzo, Giuseppei, Vincenza, Nicola, Michele, Fiorvanti and Gaetano. Another sister, Lucia, remained home and married a DeVito. Looking for any living relatives in Italy or US.

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Postby Essgee » 12 Mar 2004, 23:14

Believe that the name should be Giambattista

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Re: Giovanballista (John the Baptist) Forgione

Postby suanj » 13 Mar 2004, 18:14

kgl2 wrote:Born 1896 in Torrella die Lombardi, son of Antonio Forgione and Giuseppina Salerno Forgione, may or may not have emmigrated to the US to join 7 other older siblings. They included Vincenzo, Giuseppei, Vincenza, Nicola, Michele, Fiorvanti and Gaetano. Another sister, Lucia, remained home and married a DeVito. Looking for any living relatives in Italy or US.

Forgione livings in Torella dei Lombardi: http://paginebianche.virgilio.it/pb/cer ... di&x=0&y=0

Salerno(ditto):
http://paginebianche.virgilio.it/pb/cer ... &x=88&y=10
correction of some first name in Italian: Giambattista or Giovannibattista; Giuseppe; Fioravanti..
regards, suanj

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Postby kgl2 » 13 Mar 2004, 21:21

Thanks- the films are hard to read and neither I nor the person reading them are real familiar with these old names.

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Postby suanj » 14 Mar 2004, 04:01

You can to write to these persons, living in Torella dei Lombardi,, why probably between they they are your relatives... regards, suanj

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Postby kgl2 » 14 Mar 2004, 16:49

Thanks!

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Re: Giovanballista (John the Baptist) Forgione

Postby eyexist » 15 Mar 2006, 02:20

my great grandfather is guiseppe forgione and he lived in Glen Cove, Long Island...he married Angela Deltore. Unfortunately I do not know if he had any brothers or sisters. Feel free to email me at nalexander125@yahoo.com. ciao

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Postby john_dominic » 31 Mar 2006, 01:30

Essgee wrote:Believe that the name should be Giambattista


Wrong. I've got a Giovanbattista in my family, myself.


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