Francesco and Arcanglo Corrado

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Francesco and Arcanglo Corrado

Postby corrado » 22 Jun 2012, 04:28

My great grandfather Francesco came to castlegarden 2 june 1891. I noticed that there was a Archangelo Corrado on the same boat. I assume they had to be cousins as they were close in age 37 and 34. That is kind of old to be coming here. My GGF landed here in Chicago at 18th and Racine. There were NO italians in that area. It is Pilzen, there were lots of Bohemians and Irish but no italians. OK my question, this Angelo does not appear in the census (I found one in Somerset NJ, but the wrong age). He was not born in the same comune as my GGF, I checked with the stato civile in Nocera Superiore. He could have been born in a different comune or, he may not be realted at all, I doubt that. Any way to track this gent down in Italy>

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Re: Francesco and Arcanglo Corrado

Postby Tessa78 » 22 Jun 2012, 15:44

Just checking for possible later arrivals I found this manifest...

POSSIBLE?
Arcangelo Corrado, age 46 (DOB about 1853), arriving NY, in 1899.
Coming from MONTEMARANO (also Campania Region)
States that he had been in US before (looks like 1890/1892, but hard to read)
Going to brother Ferdinando Corrado in NY.

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Re: Francesco and Arcanglo Corrado

Postby adelfio » 22 Jun 2012, 15:55

POSSIBLE MILITARY RECORD FROM ARCHIVIO DI STATO DI AVELLINO
Ufficio Leva, Enlistment year 1853.Volume number 1,
document number 77 page 231 section b
Arcangelo Corrado, contadino enlisted on 26/11/1873
born on 25/04/1853 in MONTEMARANO
son of Michele Corrado and of Rosa Agnese

I take a large Italian ice from Mario's :D


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Re: Francesco and Arcanglo Corrado

Postby corrado » 22 Jun 2012, 16:03

Thank you Tessa and Marty! Marty, I will buy you the big ice at Mario's, gosh can we find parking on Taylor Street? Tessa please join us.

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Re: Francesco and Arcanglo Corrado

Postby Tessa78 » 22 Jun 2012, 16:08

corrado wrote:Thank you Tessa and Marty! Marty, I will buy you the big ice at Mario's, gosh can we find parking on Taylor Street? Tessa please join us.


I will be there in spirit! :-)

Enjoy!

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Re: Francesco and Arcanglo Corrado

Postby elmosgirl » 27 Jun 2012, 01:48

I'd love to search military records for family males and would appreciate knowing how you (Marty) came up with the record you reference in your post???

The only military record I have in my files is one for which I had to write to Italy to obtain.

Thanks.

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Re: Francesco and Arcanglo Corrado

Postby elmosgirl » 27 Jun 2012, 03:22

sorry, I mistakenly noted the incorrect name, I meant Adelfio.............


elmosgirl wrote:I'd love to search military records for family males and would appreciate knowing how you (Marty) came up with the record you reference in your post???

The only military record I have in my files is one for which I had to write to Italy to obtain.

Thanks.


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