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Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby mariemaye » 13 Jan 2011, 17:37

Looking for info on the Badarocco/Badaracco family. Do not know where they are from in Italy. I only know they emigrated to the US and lived on Staten Island and New Brunswick New Jersey.
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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby misbris » 13 Jan 2011, 20:48

Hi,

Spelling is probably Badaracco and there are many who immigrated through Ellis Island. I fyou would like to give us some more info (names, approximate age and/or date of immigration) we can better help direct your search.

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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby Michael31 » 13 Jan 2011, 20:58

www.ellisisland.org
Badarocco 2 records (S. Stefano di Avito) & (U.S.)
Badaracco 105 Records

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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby mariemaye » 14 Jan 2011, 02:12

This is what I know from my father. Francisco Badarocco/Badaracco (DOB: Jan. 1847) emigrated from Italy to the US in 1870 and lived in New Brunswick, NJ. He anglicized his name to Frank Broderick because Italians were not well liked. He married his wife, Angela, (DOB: March, 1854) also from Italy, in 1871. I do not know what Angela's maiden name is or where in Italy they are from. Francisco's other relatives emigrated and lived in Staten Island, NY. My father remembers going to visit them there.
On Ancestry.com, I have info on Frank and Angela from the 1880, 1895, 1900, 1910. and 1920 US censuses. All of their children were born in New Jersey. How can I possibly determine where in Italy they are from?? I hope this helps!
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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby Tessa78 » 14 Jan 2011, 02:52

Hi Marie,

Have you seen this Naturalization Index card for Francisco Badaraco of New Brunswick, NJ? Date of naturalization is 1876.

U.S. Naturalization Record Indexes, 1791-1992 (Indexed in World Archives Project)
about Francisco Badaraco
Name: Francisco Badaraco
Birth Place: Italy
Court District: New York
Date of Action: 25 Oct 1876

http://img834.imageshack.us/img834/6583 ... petnat.jpg

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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby mariemaye » 14 Jan 2011, 17:16

OMG!!! Tessa, that is great!! That's definitely him. He was a fruit vendor and apparently quite a character and well known around New Brunswick, NJ. Can we assume that the name is correctly spelled on the nat. card? Now how do I go back further to find out where in Italy he came from??

Thank you so much!!!! :)
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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby Michael31 » 14 Jan 2011, 19:48

www.castlegarden.org
FRANCESCO BADARACCO
LABORER
age: 29
ship: FULDA
arrived: 18 Sep 1893
country: ITALY
Port: GENOA & GIBRALTAR
destination: SAN FRANCISCO

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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby mariemaye » 15 Jan 2011, 01:56

Thanks, Michael, but according to all of the census info, it looks like he emigrated in 1870.

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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby PeterTimber » 15 Jan 2011, 02:08

Michael is more right than wrong.. .......Go to www.castlegarden.org and put in Badaracco (correct spelling) and see that he came on the Fulda destined to San francisco on 9/18/1893 at NYC..... =Peter=
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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby mariemaye » 15 Jan 2011, 02:29

Hi Peter,
I'm pretty sure he emigrated in 1870. All of the censuses that he's in state 1870 and he was naturalized in 1876. All of this info is cross-checked. Do you think the name Badaraco is spelled wrong? Also, I see you're from NY. My father tells me that most of the Badaraco's settled in Staten Island, living together. He remembers that they worked for a book or publishing company. He said one was a cop. Also there were twins: Ginny or Mary? Anything I can do with this info??
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Marie

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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby Michael31 » 15 Jan 2011, 04:13

www.pilot.familysearch.org

Name: Jennie Badaracco
Titles:
Residence: New York City, New York, New York
Birth Date: Jan 1892
Birthplace: New York
Relationship to Head-of-Household: Daughter
Spouse Name:
Spouse Titles:
Spouse Birth Place:
Father Name: Andrew Badaracco
Father Titles:
Father Birthplace: Italy
Mother Name: Rosie Badaracco
Mother Titles:
Mother Birthplace: Italy
Race or Color (expanded): White
Head-of-household Name: Andrew Badaracco
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Single
Years Married:
Estimated Marriage Year:
Mother How Many Children:
Number Living Children:
Immigration Year:
Enumeration District: 0027
Sheet Number and Letter: 10B
Household ID: 192
Reference Number: 93
GSU Film Number: 1241080
Image Number: 00888
Collection: United States Census, 1900


Name: Mary Badaracco
Titles:
Residence: New York City, New York, New York
Birth Date: Oct 1876
Birthplace: New York
Relationship to Head-of-Household: Wife
Spouse Name: Frank Badaracco
Spouse Titles:
Spouse Birth Place: New York
Father Name:
Father Titles:
Father Birthplace: Italy
Mother Name:
Mother Titles:
Mother Birthplace: Italy
Race or Color (expanded): White
Head-of-household Name: Frank Badaracco
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Single
Years Married:
Estimated Marriage Year:
Mother How Many Children:
Number Living Children:
Immigration Year:
Enumeration District: 0581
Sheet Number and Letter: 8B
Household ID: 192
Reference Number: 98
GSU Film Number: 1241107
Image Number: 00020
Collection: United States Census, 1900

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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby pink67 » 16 Jan 2011, 13:21

See also this very interesting document on the Badaracco:

http://www.valdaveto.net/pdf/Notizie_sui_Badaracco.pdf

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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby mariemaye » 16 Jan 2011, 17:15

Pink,
That's a great document (I think) but I can't read or write in Italian so I have no idea what it says! Is there anyway to have this translated into English?
Marie

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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby mariemaye » 16 Jan 2011, 17:16

Thanks for the info, Michael. I think you may be on to something there.
Marie

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Re: Badarocco/Badaracco

Postby blissiorio » 17 Jan 2011, 19:42

Mariemaye, one of my best friends has the last name Badaracco and he is VERY involved in his Italian ancestry... he even went back to the original village (the name escapes me) and met his relatives!

He was born in NJ, most of his family is in NJ... if you would like I would be happy to put you in contact with him. I see you live in Philly, he actually lives pretty close to you. Send me a private message I would be happy to help.
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