my grandparents were born in Tolentino, Macerata and came to argentina in the beginnings of the 20th century (i don't know exactly the year but i'll find out). my grandfather's argentinean id said his name was Emidio Paolucci but probably he was Emilio Paolucci. My grandmother's name was Irma Morresi.
i don't know if any of them had siblings left in italy or if they left italy heading to other countries. if anyone can track this last names back to tolentino pls send info.
Micorfilm records of all births,mnarrriages and deaths in Tolentino go from 1866 to 1910 and can be viewed at the family history library of the Mormon church nearest your home for niominal amount . There you can trace your family between those years. In addition you can go to www.paginebianche.it and insert Paoluxcci int he first line and Tolentino in the third line and click CERCA for 18 listings of Paolucci in Tolentino by name,address and telephone numbers and obviously can be relatives of your. You may wish toconsider sriting one letter and make cioopies to all persons and ask them if they are related to you. Peter
i found out something else: Nicola Paolucci and Ana Marucci were Emidio's parents and Angel Morresi and Anunciata Pascchini Irma's parents. so, what i know so far is that my ancesters' lastnames were Paolucci, Morresi, Marucci and Pascchini, all from Macerata.
I've found a couple of things on the maternal side:
about Irma Morresi: - whole family moved to Argentina while she was a child, including 3 brothers. - reached Buenos Aires on nov 21, 1910 http://cemla.com/buscador/ - ship name "Principe Umberto" - father name: Angelo Morresi. - mother name: Annunziata. - cannot confirm mother surname - the Morresi family tree
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