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Looking for LaTonas from Valledolmo, Sicily

Postby slatona19 » 21 Apr 2010, 06:54

I'm looking for information on my family from Valledolmo, Sicily. My Great Grandfather was Rosolino LaTona (b 1860, d 1916). He immigrated to Fredonia, NY in 1885. He was married Maria Concetta LaMantia.

I know that he had 8 siblings (Santina, Philip, Peter, Lucia, Dante, Remo, Edward, Ferdinand) and I believe that his parent's names were Filippo (or Phillip) Guiseppe LaTona (b about 1840) and Lucia Granata (b 1841). That is as much as I know...if anyone has any further information, I would be very interested in hearing it!
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Re: Looking for LaTonas from Valledolmo, Sicily

Postby wldspirit » 21 Apr 2010, 07:25

Microfilmed records are available going back to 1820:

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Re: Looking for LaTonas from Valledolmo, Sicily

Postby kathym » 12 Aug 2011, 21:43

My grandfather was Giuseppe Filippo(Joseph Phillip) LaTona from Valledolmo, he immigrated to Fredonia. His father was Filippo Giuseppe Latona, his mother Lucia Granata. He had 8 brothers,I only know the names of 4 - Phillip, Russell, Ferdinand and Horace. I haven't been able to go back beyond Giuseppe and Lucia.
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Re: Looking for LaTonas from Valledolmo, Sicily

Postby Herk58 » 07 Apr 2014, 02:23

Hi.. My great-grandmother was Pauline Latona. She was married to Giuseppe Riscili from Vicari Sicily. They moved to Westfield, NY.

I'm wondering if you might have come across her in your family research seeing as how your family was from nearby Fredonia.

Just hoping for a clue.

Thanks.. Tom
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