Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

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Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

Postby pinevalleygirl » 21 Sep 2004, 05:42

:D Hi all, I'm new to this site. Just wanted to give some surnames I am researching in case anyone has any connection or information.
Robibero, Robibaro from Carpineto Romano Italy and Sezze Italy
Cacciotti from Carpineto Romano Italy (common name but who knows)
Cianci from Naples Italy

Most of the family that came to the U.S. either went through Canada to upstate NY or to NY city. The Cianci's ended up in NJ.

Let me know if you have any info to share.

Thanks!
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Re: Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

Postby ptimber » 21 Sep 2004, 19:36

Do you wish to research or do you just want to sit back and wait for replies?? Peter
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Re: Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

Postby pinevalleygirl » 21 Sep 2004, 21:02

Peter,

I have done loads of research. On and off for about 15 years. I have over 100 family members in my tree so far. (This doesn't include my husband's tree.) I am looking to continue the search for ancestors and possibly contemporary family members I have not yet met.

Do you have any info you'd like to share on my surnames?

Thanks!

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Re: Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

Postby ptimber » 22 Sep 2004, 00:28

no but there are so many sources of information that I thought you might need something specific or regional or whatever. Peter
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Re: Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

Postby mfjp » 22 Sep 2004, 03:12

Hopes this helps. Info came from the Rochester N.Y. Historic Records site linked below. Remember to use different variations of the last name. Some records may have detailed info of their parents. Best of luck in your research.

http://www2.cityofrochester.net/cs/Marr ... N=35795055

Year of Marriage 1929
Last Name CIANCI
First Name GABRIELE
Middle Initial
Spouse's Last Name MANCINI
Spouse's First Name LOUISE
Spouse's Middle Initial   
Volume 23
License # 59915
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Re: Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

Postby ptimber » 22 Sep 2004, 03:43

Did you try to find research on these surnames in the www.google.com website by addiing Genelaogy next to the surname in the title and see who has been doing research on that suirname?? Peter
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Re: Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

Postby pinevalleygirl » 22 Sep 2004, 06:55

Peter,

I had Googled the surnames but I don't believe I ever thought to enter Genealogy with it. Thanks for the suggestion.

It's amazing what you can find on the internet!

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Re: Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

Postby Amck » 22 Sep 2004, 12:33

Thanks Peter for the Google genealogy search. I, too did the google search but did not include "genealogy" after the surname. thanks for the tip!
Looking for info on surname Vetrone for family tree. Michael or Michele Vetrone I believe is from the area of Casalduni Benevento - immigrated 1890's Michael in 1892 and his wife 1893 Mary or Maria (Beltrano - Bettrani - Beltrani) from same area.
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Re: Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

Postby pinevalleygirl » 24 Sep 2004, 05:11

mfjp

Thanks for the info! I'm gonna check out the link now.

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Re: Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

Postby mfjp » 24 Sep 2004, 07:00

Hi Chris,

http://naa12.naa.gov.au/scripts/ResearcherScreen.asp

There were a number of Robibaro, Cacciotti, Cianci listed on this site.
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Re: Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

Postby pinevalleygirl » 24 Sep 2004, 17:36

mfjp,

Thanks for your help. Interesting to see possible Italian family members were in Australia.

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Re: Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

Postby ptimber » 24 Sep 2004, 23:33

why not go to www.infobel and review each country telephone directory for the surnames and you will then have the whole world inyour hand!! Peter
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Re: Italian Ancestors Carpineto Romano, Sezze, & Naples

Postby pinevalleygirl » 25 Sep 2004, 02:59

I'm so glad I found this Italian Genealogy website! I can't wait to go on each day and see if I've been given more clues.

Thanks so much for the Infobel.com site. I've added alot to my journal of notes. Now to see if anyone matches up.

I found a website for my Grandparents hometown Carpineto Romano and sent an email (I translated it into Italian first). The person who responded has actually offered to help. Now I just need to decide which relatives I would like him to research.

Thanks again Peter!

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