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Re: surname donadio

Postby pascali » 03 Oct 2004, 00:15

pess731 wrote:i almost forgot i also wanted to know what are the towns in the province of napoli




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Re: surname donadio

Postby pess731 » 23 Jan 2005, 17:29

hey peter, still am having no luck, guess there isn't any info on my great grandfather biaze donadio, or i am not looking in the right place. all i have is his ship and date he arrived in new york, got any other suggestions? help please!!!!


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Re: surname donadio

Postby ptimber » 23 Jan 2005, 19:08

First of all there are 20 DONADIO sunrmaed people in Caivano, province of napoli, Postale 80023 and some if not all, I suspect are related to you. In any event if you wish to locate a record or seek out a relative then please determine just what you want to know. You can either sned one letter to all the people in CAIVANO sking them if they are rrelated to you and yur grandfather or you can write to the town hall and ask for his birth record, marriage record Please let me know. if you want to find the amesmaddresses and telephone numbers of the dONADIO listed people in Caivano goo to www.paginebianche.it and put in DONADIO in the first line and CAIVANO in the third line and then cluick CERCA for the entire listing by fulll name,addrsss and telephone number. See if there are any with first names that run in your family. Peter
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Re: surname donadio

Postby acamma » 23 Jan 2005, 21:27

I have to try and track this down, which might not be possible, but I had a colleague a number of years ago from Columbus, Ohio who might be of use on this as I think he had mentioned his tracing of his family tree. His name was Patrick Donadio and he lived in the Columbus, Ohio area doing management consulting for government agencies especially police departments. If I can track down a current number or address for him I will post it to you.
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Re: surname donadio

Postby ptimber » 23 Jan 2005, 21:52

Acamma what does this have to do with finding out information about her grandfather in Italy?? She knows the town and she has realtives there (ostensibly) and has to research there. I don;t get the connection with Ohio?? abnd the police?? peter
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Re: surname donadio

Postby ptimber » 23 Jan 2005, 21:53

Acamma what does this have to do with finding out information about her grandfather in Italy?? She knows the town and she has realtives there (ostensibly) and has to research there. I don;t get the connection with Ohio?? abnd the police?? peter
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Re: surname donadio

Postby acamma » 23 Jan 2005, 22:19

Probably TMI but the person I was mentioning had information on their family tree and since the surnames were the same I figured there could be a distant connection. I know years ago my family was given more insight into our family's past ancestors due to work of another Camma family in the States who had the necessary data on all the siblings in past generations.
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Re: surname donadio

Postby pess731 » 24 Jan 2005, 00:53

thanks to all i will try both
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Re: surname donadio

Postby ptimber » 24 Jan 2005, 02:29

I canunderstand that but in Italy, as you know, the family goes along with the town so while it can happen its just pot luck if they come from the same town. Peter
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We have Donadios from Caivano

Postby kjgartner » 01 Feb 2005, 03:25

I am glad to hear that others are also looking into their Donadios from Caivano. I'll let you know what I have.

Our Donadios came over in 1905 from Naples, indirect through a sojourn in Sao Paulo, Brazil -- apparently there are still some Donadios who are there. My GGrandfather is Simone Donadio, who married Candida Guida from nearby Cicciano. My family settled in Brooklyn and eventually Queens NY. He came across to Ellis Island with his brother Giussepe on March 28, 1904.

Our tree looks like the following:

Luigi Donadio (b ~1840-1860) & Maria Theresa (~1840 - 1860) in Caivano:

(1) Simone Donadio (Nov 14, 1880 - Late 1927) - Tailor born in Caivano at #2 Acqua Viva (we have his birth certificate). He married Candida Guida (Feb 5, 1881 - July 1943) and had:

(a) Ralph Donadio (my grandfather)
(b) Luigi/Louis (Dec 16 1899)
(c) Inez (Oct 25, 1913)

(2) Giusseppe (b 1886-1887)

(3) Luigi? -- vague recollection that he ran a candy shop in Brooklyn in the 1920s.

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Re: surname donadio

Postby mfjp » 03 Feb 2005, 07:38

Rosa Sgrillo from Craco, Potenza, traveling with children Nicola, Teresa and Filomena. They would be joining Biagio in New York.

On this manifest it also mentions that Rosa's father is Nicola Sgrillo as the closest relative in Italy.

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http://ellisisland.org/search/shipManif ... 0712%2ETIF

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http://ellisisland.org/search/shipManif ... 0712%2ETIF


First Name: Nicola
Last Name: Donadio
Ethnicity:
Last Place of Residence:
Date of Arrival: June 10, 1908

Age at Arrival:  14y    Gender:  M    Marital Status:  S  
Ship of Travel: Prinzess Irene
Port of Departure: Naples
Manifest Line Number: 0019

First Name: Rosa
Last Name: Sgrillo
Ethnicity:
Last Place of Residence:
Date of Arrival: June 10, 1908
Age at Arrival:  38y    Gender:  F    Marital Status:  M  
Ship of Travel: Prinzess Irene
Port of Departure: Naples
Manifest Line Number: 0018

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Re: surname donadio

Postby mfjp » 03 Feb 2005, 07:48

On this manifest, it mentions that she made her first? trip in 1890...

First Name: Rocca (Should be Rosa!!)
Last Name: Sgrillo
Ethnicity: Italy, So. Italian
Last Place of Residence: Croco, Italy
Date of Arrival: October 28, 1920
Age at Arrival:  51y    Gender:  F    Marital Status:  M  
Ship of Travel: Patria
Port of Departure: Naples
Manifest Line Number: 0011
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http://ellisisland.org/search/shipManif ... 0541%2ETIF

page 2
http://ellisisland.org/search/shipManif ... 0300090011

Craco Potenza

http://www.aptbasilicata.it/modules.php ... lio&id=124

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Re: surname donadio

Postby mfjp » 03 Feb 2005, 16:18

Rosa traveled a bit!!! Giuseppe would be Biagio's brother. On this manifest it mentions that Biagio lived on 31 Rosevelt St.? It also mentions that Rosa was in the US from 1881 to 1903.

http://ellisisland.org/search/shipManif ... 2713030736

First Name: Giuseppe Last Name: Donadio Ethnicity: Italy, Italy South
Last Place of Residence: Craco Date of Arrival: November 19, 1903
Age at Arrival:  21y    Gender:  M    Marital Status:  M  
Ship of Travel: Nord America Port of Departure: Napoli Manifest Line Number: 0019

0019.  Donadio, Giuseppe M 21y M Italy, Italy South Craco
0020.  Serillo, Rosa F 34y M Italy, Italy South Craco
0021.  Serillo, Ma Teresa F 9y S Italy, Italy South Craco

Here is a manifest of interest (Castle Garden Manifest)

Name:   Brajio Donadio Arrival Date:   17 Dec 1890

Estimated Birth Year:   1864 Age:   26
Gender:   Male Port of Departure:   Marseilles, France and Naples, Italy
Destination:   New York Place of Origin:   Italy
Ship Name:   Alesia Port of Arrival:   New York
Line:   19 Microfilm Roll:   560 List Number:   1851

http://img226.exs.cx/img226/1754/possbiagio1ut.jpg

also (Castle Garden manifest) not sure if this one is yours too...

Name:   Nicola Donadio Arrival Date:   11 Jun 1890 Estimated Birth Year:   1889 Age:   1 Gender:   Male Port of Departure:   Naples, Italy and Gibraltar Destination:   New York Place of Origin:   Italy
Ship Name:   California Port of Arrival:   New York Line:   3
Microfilm Roll:   549 List Number:   821

http://img226.exs.cx/img226/1418/nicdon13lp.jpg

The mother's name is hard to read... though it looks like Rosa Ma.Carmina?? and no surname mentioned....see line 2

Finding a census was a little more difficult, but at this point we do know that the children are as follows: Nicola, (Maria) Teresa, Filomena... and more...

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Re: surname donadio

Postby pess731 » 04 Feb 2005, 20:42

mjpf : this sounds like my family but the names i know are not the same, but spellings might have changed i know over the years. my grandfather nicholas was born on october 3rd, 1892, i know this is correct and exact date because i have his card that my father had, that was given to him at the funeral, and it has that date on it and his death date as of july 22, 1972. and the funeral home was d'angelo funeral home inc. at 494 seneca ave, ridgewood, new york . but i'm going to print all this off and keep it all just in case this is my family.
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Re: surname donadio

Postby mfjp » 05 Feb 2005, 01:33

Based on all the info - names of siblings, corrected name of your great grandfather... that you emailed, I think they are the family you are researching...

The only questionable manifests are the last ones the other post... (Castle Garden Manifests).. as they aren’t as descriptive or as accurate as the Ellis Island manifests.

Maybe you and your cousin just need to research your ancestral family a little more as the 2 of you were in doubt... Yes I agree, the given names aren’t exact , but names do change in America. Names such as “Maria Teresaâ€Â
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