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Tosi/Tossi looking for Buenos Aires connections or relative

Postby 120camden » 06 Sep 2012, 17:25

Grandmother, Matilda born Nov 23, 1891. Have one written indication of Balcarce, Buenos Aires, Argentina. GGM's Jean/Joan/Giovanna Tosi/Tossi Lagneau. Her obiturary makes reference to 6 brothers and sisters living in South America. Experts on this site found records of Jeanne T. Lagneau returning from Buenos Aires in 1929. We think she must have returned with Matilda's son, Armondo Giovanna age 8. We can find his name on the same ship manifest.

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Re: Tosi/Tossi looking for Buenos Aires connections or rela

Postby princessbubbles_1 » 08 Sep 2012, 16:22

Hello and welcome,
possible census record for Matilda
"Argentina, National Census, 1895
Name:
Matilde Tossi
Residence:
Partido Moreno, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Age:
4 años
Estimated Birth Year:
1891
Birth Province:
Buenos Aires
Birth Nation:
Argentina
Gender:
Mujer

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Re: Tosi/Tossi looking for Buenos Aires connections or rela

Postby 120camden » 10 Sep 2012, 01:44

Yes, I also came across that information. It seems to look like a "family" since there are other kids listed and possibly parents on the page before.
Which arises suspicions. Matilda's mother, Giovannia Tosi/Tossi Lagneau, I believe had siblings living in South America. Wonder if Matilda could have been adopted and then lived in France, where her 1920 manifest lists her departure. Having trouble locating any Lagneau name in Buenos Aires. There is a 1929 Ellis manifest from Bruenos Aires of Jeanne T. Lagneau coming back from Buenos Aires.

Have written record from a 1920 Kokomo Tribune Article about Vincent Lobianco and Matilda Lobianco. She married him in France and came to US in 1920. Settled in Kokomo. Someone forwarded me the news article. It is so amazing to have researchers like yourself interested in helping families locacte relatives.
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Re: Tosi/Tossi looking for Buenos Aires connections or rela

Postby Michael31 » 10 Sep 2012, 04:48

LAGNEAU, ADELE GORRIE 52 C NO TIENE CRISTIANA BELGA HIGHLAND BRIGADE BOULOGNE 15/10/1938 - BUENOS AIRES HAINAULT
LAGNEAU, ALFONSO 58 C AGRICULTOR CATOLICA BELGA LUTETIA BURDEOS 13/10/1926 - BUENOS AIRES HOBECQ
LAGNEAU, ALPHNES 61 C LABRADOR CATOLICA BELGA MASSILIA BURDEOS 10/11/1929 - BUENOS AIRES HAMAULT
LAGNEAU, ALPHONSE 15 S AGRICULTOR PROTESTANTE BELGA HIPPARCHUS AMBERES 25/11/1883 - BUENOS AIRES DESCONOCIDO
LAGNEAU, ALPHONSE 63 C PROPRIETARIO CATOLICA BELGA JAMAIQUE AMBERES 18/12/1932 - BUENOS AIRES FLOBECK
LAGNEAU, CHARLES 18 S AGRICULTOR PROTESTANTE BELGA HIPPARCHUS AMBERES 25/11/1883 - BUENOS AIRES DESCONOCIDO
LAGNEAU, FERMIN 12 S AGRICULTOR PROTESTANTE BELGA HIPPARCHUS AMBERES 25/11/1883 - BUENOS AIRES DESCONOCIDO
LAGNEAU, JEANNE T. 55 V SU CASA CATOLICA ITALIANA VAUBAN NUEVA YORK 01/05/1929 - BUENOS AIRES SALTIRANO
LAGNEAU, MARTA 32 S MODISTA PROTESTANTE FRANCESA DESIRADE LIVERPOOL 01/04/1922 - BUENOS AIRES DESCONOCIDO
LAGNEAU, RLOSALIE 70 S AGRICULTOR PROTESTANTE BELGA HIPPARCHUS AMBERES 25/11/1883 - BUENOS AIRES DESCONOCIDO
LAGNEAUX, EUGENE 29 C JORNALERO CATOLICA FRANCESA BELGRANO HAVRE 02/03/1890 - BUENOS AIRES DESCONOCIDO
LAGNEAUX, VICTORINE 28 C JORNALERO CATOLICA FRANCESA BELGRANO HAVRE 02/03/1890 - BUENOS AIRES DESCONOCIDO

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Re: Tosi/Tossi looking for Buenos Aires connections or rela

Postby Michael31 » 10 Sep 2012, 04:58

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Re: Tosi/Tossi looking for Buenos Aires connections or rela

Postby 120camden » 10 Sep 2012, 21:02

M,
I'm not sure what you found in regards to Lagneau. Some sort of census records or passage records.
On the obituary of Jean Lagneau it lists Sartirana,province de Pavia, Italy as her place of birth.
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Re: Tosi/Tossi looking for Buenos Aires connections or rela

Postby Michael31 » 10 Sep 2012, 22:07

Cemla.com - ships arriving to Buenos Aires 1820 - 1960
www.telsearch.ch (Switzerland white pages)
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Re: Tosi/Tossi looking for Buenos Aires connections or rela

Postby 120camden » 11 Sep 2012, 15:35

Michael,
Does this post indicate that in 1/29 Jeanne travelled from New York to Buenos Aires and Sartriana is just listed has her place of birth?

I went the site you attached, unfortunately I do not know spanish. Maybe I found the place to for Nombres (names) but it asks for specific dates.

Is this the only listing of her going to Buenos Aires.
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Re: Tosi/Tossi looking for Buenos Aires connections or rela

Postby Michael31 » 12 Sep 2012, 04:50

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LAGNEAU, JEANNE T. 55 V ITALIAN CATHOLIC HOME VAUBAN 01/05/1929 NEW YORK - BUENOS AIRES SALTIRANO
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Re: Tosi/Tossi looking for Buenos Aires connections or rela

Postby Michael31 » 12 Sep 2012, 04:53

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Re: Tosi/Tossi looking for Buenos Aires connections or rela

Postby Granadaiscool » 13 Sep 2012, 15:53

Did you check the phone records in Argentina?
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Re: Tosi/Tossi looking for Buenos Aires connections or rela

Postby 120camden » 13 Sep 2012, 18:49

yes I did. Found several Tosi listings in argentina..a bunch. One Lagneau but a few others Lagneaux. I guess without any family names right now I don't really know what to do with the white pages info.
Thanks for the link though.
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