Ciampa, Fusco, Montecalvo, Gravallese

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Ciampa, Fusco, Montecalvo, Gravallese

Postby dmurphy1940 » 05 Jan 2011, 15:59

I am searching my Italian roots and looking for information on Guissepina
Ciampa or Ciampi, Filomena Fusco of Dugenta, Italy. Thank you.

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Re: Ciampa, Fusco, Montecalvo, Gravallese

Postby maestra36 » 05 Jan 2011, 16:52

Hello and welcome to the forum-
Could you please provide us with some specific information so that we can help you in your search.

Do you have any dates for the above people? did they immigrate to the U.S.? if so, where did they settle? do you have passenger lists, census records, etc for any of these individuals?

Any additional info you can give us will help us help you.

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Re: Ciampa, Fusco, Montecalvo, Gravallese

Postby dmurphy1940 » 05 Jan 2011, 17:43

Hello.

To my knowledge, Filomena Fusco was born 17 April 1859 and died after August 1900, in Dugento.

Guissepina Ciampa or Ciampi was born in 1881 in Dugento, immigrated in 1906 and settled and died in Massachusetts in 1915/1916.

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Re: Ciampa, Fusco, Montecalvo, Gravallese, Di Agostino

Postby dmurphy1940 » 21 Mar 2011, 21:49

:D I am attempting again to try to gain some information on my paternal grandmother, Giuseppina Ciampa (Ciampi) born about 1881 in Frigento, Italy. She married my grandfather, Donato Montecalvo, of whom I have information on, and immigrated in 1906 with her husband and two daughters. She died in or shortly after childbrith 16 October 1915 in Chelsea, Massachusetts. I believe her parents were Nunzianto Ciampa and Rosario DiAgostino both from Dugento, Italy. Information on her parents would be a bonus! :D

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Re: Ciampa, Fusco, Montecalvo, Gravallese

Postby Italysearcher » 22 Mar 2011, 08:39

The microfims at the LDS are the only surviving records for this area that I know of. The Tribunal where the civil records were reconstructed after the war lost everything in the earthquake of 198?. The town lost them during WW2. You could try the church I guess.
If the civil records you need is not on film you probably won't find it.
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Re: Ciampa, Fusco, Montecalvo, Gravallese

Postby dmurphy1940 » 22 Mar 2011, 12:13

Thank you, Ann.

How would I go about finding out the name and address of the church?


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