Ricciardella/Liodice corato, bari

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Ricciardella/Liodice corato, bari

Postby aseredin » 15 Sep 2010, 18:23

looking to find out information about my family my grandfathers name was philip ricciardella he came from a family of 12. parents: Theodoro ricciardella and rose liodice i beileve thats the spelling for great grandmother anyway looking for information about liodice side of family anything because i have none and any info on ricciardella before and including theodoro

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Re: Ricciardella/Liodice corato, bari

Postby vj » 15 Sep 2010, 18:29

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We would be happy to help
Did your g-grandparents leave Italy
Do you need help with US records?
If you do, do you have any birth dates, locations, siblings, children?
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aseredin wrote:...rose liodice i beileve thats the spelling for great grandmother ...


Two possible current spellings in Bari
Loiodice
Loiudice

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Italian record research:

Your nearest Family History Center can order records for Corato on microfilm.
The cost is about $5.50 mo (rent), you’ll need to go to the center to order & view them.

Title: Registri dello stato civile di Corato (Bari), 1809-1910 Corato (Bari). Ufficio dello stato civile

Film notes for Corato:
http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library ... ++di++Cora &columns=*,0,0
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Re: Ricciardella/Liodice corato, bari

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Re: Ricciardella/Liodice corato, bari

Postby vj » 16 Sep 2010, 13:06

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Re: Ricciardella/Liodice corato, bari

Postby aseredin » 16 Sep 2010, 13:24

yes my grandparents come to the states in the 40's or 50's i grew up knowing them very well but the family line is lost with their parents i was hoping to find out more information about my great grandparents and those before them.

ok my grandfather was born january 31 1923 in corato bari i know he served in the italian army and as a child was in the facist youth's i am hoping with this i might be able to find some records that date back as far as possible

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Re: Ricciardella/Liodice corato, bari

Postby aseredin » 16 Sep 2010, 13:34

Loiodice is the correct spelling first name rose married to Theodoro Ricciardella


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