Pirro, Perseo families from Roccasecca

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Pirro, Perseo families from Roccasecca

Postby lindapirro27 » 23 May 2010, 17:08

Looking for any family of Pietro Paol Pirro and Felicia Perseo Pirro. They had a son Rocco. He went to America, they stayed in Italy.

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Re: Pirro, Perseo families from Roccasecca

Postby oilman19 » 23 May 2010, 18:39

On Ellisisland.org, a Rocco Pirro arrived 8 Apr 1902 on Citta Di Genova from Naples. He came from Boccasecca.

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edit: Welcome to the forum Linda.
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Re: Pirro, Perseo families from Roccasecca

Postby johnnyonthespot » 23 May 2010, 19:27

lindapirro27 wrote:Looking for any family of Pietro Paol Pirro and Felicia Perseo Pirro. They had a son Rocco. He went to America, they stayed in Italy.


Linda - my paternal grandparents emigrated from Roccasecca in the 1910's.

Word of advice: don't even think about requesting documents (birth/marriage/etc certificates) from Roccasecca; the comune is totally non-responsive. :(

But, genealogy researcher Ann Tantangelo (forum member "ItalySearcher") has done work in Roccasecca with some success. http://angelcommunications.spaces.live. ... =690979774
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Re: Pirro, Perseo families from Roccasecca

Postby lindapirro27 » 11 Jun 2010, 12:16

i see on many posts it is difficult to get answers from roccasecca. we hired a researcher in italy. very reasonable. waiting for answers. the researcher did excellent work for us in santa paolina and montefusco. ciao, linda


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