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Emigrated to Argentina

Postby Bmatteo90 » 28 May 2011, 20:01

Let me know if anyone can help me find information (death, children, ...) on various people from the Italy game (province of Brescia, the town of Livemmo) and landed on Ellis Island. (on http://www.ellisisland.com)
Here are the data so far that I could find.

Name; Last residence; Year of arrive; Age of arrival
Carmela Meschini; Livemmo, Italy; 1921; 23
Margherita Meschini; Livemmo, Italy; 1922; 34
Vincenzo Meschini; Livemmo, Italy; 1913; 23
Attilio Meschini; Livemmo, Italy; 1922; 3
Andrea Bonomini; Livenemo, Italy; 1913; 34
Angelo Bonomini; Livemmo, Italy; 1913; 24
Domenico Bonomini; Livemmo, Italy; 1914; 23
Giovanna Bonomini; Livemmo, Italy; 1913; 19
Giuseppe Bonomini; Livemmo, Italy; 1904; 25
Bortolo Scuri; Livemmo, Italy; 1907; 19
Giovanni Scuri; Livenno, Italy; 1912; 24

I hope someone can help me
Thanks.

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Re: Emigrated to Argentina

Postby adelfio » 29 May 2011, 23:13

Some intersting reading about Livemmo
municipality of Livemmo 1859 - 1928


Following the temporary Union of Lombard provinces to the Kingdom of Sardinia, according to the established territorial compartment with the law of 23 October 1859, the town of Livemmo with 303 inhabitants, governed by a Council of fifteen members and two members of a junta, was included in the district III Vestone, district IV of Salò, Brescia. The Constitution of the Kingdom of Italy in 1861, the town had a population of 308 inhabitants (1861). According to the law on municipal Charter in 1865 the town was administered by a mayor, a Council and a Council. The resident population in the municipality: 300 inhabitants (census of 1871); in the 360 (1881 Census); in 368 (1901 Census); in 352 (census 1911); in 334 (census 1921).
In 1924 the city was included in the District of Salò of Brescia.
Following the reform of the municipal Charter prepared in 1926 the municipality was administered by a podestà. In 1928 the city of Livemmo was attached to the new town of Pertica Alta (R.D. 27 September 1928, no. 2371).
(Compliments of 2002-2011 Regione Lombardia - Università degli Studi di Pavia)

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Re: Emigrated to Argentina

Postby Bmatteo90 » 03 Jun 2011, 09:31

Sorry, but I do not think I've asked the hi story of Pertic Alta and how it is formed.
However, I upgrade. In fact, Meschini emigrated to California, but the United States. The Zanolini, alleged to have emigrated to Argentina.


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