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Ferraraccio and/or Panepinto

Postby echickaboo99 » 02 Jan 2005, 20:03

Does anyone know of the Ferraraccio or Panepinto families? Please help me locate any of my relatives!
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Re: Ferraraccio and/or Panepinto

Postby ptimber » 02 Jan 2005, 20:32

.......and where are they from in Italy. Curently there are 189 cities,towns and villages in Italy with the Panpinto surname and there are 23 cities,towns and villages with the Ferraraccio surname. if you can fuirnish the town of origin you can know just about everything of youir famuily back to 1809!!!!!!!! Peter
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Re: Ferraraccio and/or Panepinto

Postby echickaboo99 » 02 Jan 2005, 20:52

I have no idea where any of them were born. Do you have any suggestions as to how I would find out?
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Re: Ferraraccio and/or Panepinto

Postby ptimber » 02 Jan 2005, 21:03

First try www.ellisisland.org to see when some ancestor came to the USA as an immigrant. That is the easiest way to find out. The ellisisland,org website gives you all immigrants coming to NYC (only NYC) from 1892 to 1924. If they came from Boston or Phildelphia or New orleans then that is another research that has to be done. Research this information and then get back to me. This way you learn about your family first hand instead of some strangers telling you first. Peter
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Postby echickaboo99 » 02 Jan 2005, 21:16

Thank you so much. I will do that and get back with you. At this point, I'd be happy with ANYONE telling me about my family!!! But, I will try EllisIsland first and let you know how that goes.
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Re: Ferraraccio and/or Panepinto

Postby ptimber » 02 Jan 2005, 21:18

That means someone else would do your work and deny you the pleasure of discovering your own family instead of some stranger. Peter
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Postby echickaboo99 » 02 Jan 2005, 21:46

I completely understand what you are saying. It's just frustrating not being able to find this info out easier! I thought you could find anything on the web! LOL....anyhow...I'll continue my research! Thank you again!
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Postby ptimber » 02 Jan 2005, 21:49

Ok I will help you out if I can. What are the full name and did they come into the USA thru NYC? and if so, about what year? peter
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Postby echickaboo99 » 02 Jan 2005, 21:57

Thank you so much Peter! My grandfather was Adam Ferraraccio. His parents were Dominick and Angelina Ferraraccio. They came thru NYC I believe, and my Grandfather was born in 1924 so they would have had to come sometime before that. My grandmother was Josephine Panepinto. Her parents were Pietro Panepinto and Loretta Cook. She was born in 1929 so they would have had to come before that. This is pretty much all that I am working with at this point. My grandfather passed away on 1/6/95 and my grandmother passed away on 4/16/92. I would be very grateful for any help you can offer me. I have checked EllisIsland and found many Pietro Panepinto's, but I have NO idea which one it could be. I am going to continue my research as well. If it's easier, you can contact me via my email echickaboo99@yahoo.com. Thanks again! You're the best!
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Postby echickaboo99 » 02 Jan 2005, 21:59

One more thing, I did find out that they came from Sicily, but I have no idea of anything more specific than that!
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Re: Ferraraccio and/or Panepinto

Postby mfjp » 02 Jan 2005, 22:23

I may be able to help with the immigration year... just want to check with you first...

Did Adam have many siblings? Mike Edith James Ellen Arthur etc.??

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Re: Ferraraccio and/or Panepinto

Postby ptimber » 02 Jan 2005, 22:26

Dear MFJP xdo me a favor and take care of this lady for me I have to take care of something.uch obliged toyou. Peter
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Postby ptimber » 02 Jan 2005, 22:31

Dear Tina this youbng man mfjp will take care of you. i do not meant o abandon you but he is good and will help you all the way thru. Peter
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Postby mfjp » 03 Jan 2005, 00:15

Yes, this "not so young man" is waiting to hear back from Tina. I am waiting for her to confirm if the the persons I mentioned earlier (Adam's siblings) is from her family. Too many people with the same names.

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Postby ptimber » 03 Jan 2005, 00:19

You certainly create the impression you are young, perhaps young at heart? Peter
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