Hi, my name is Grace (Trupiano) Goncharuk. I am a cousin to Krista (saucybgl) who has been researching the Trupiano family tree through this site. Tessa & Valarie have been extremely helpful. I have spoken to my Aunt (Krista's Grandmother) and she has verified the addresses on Oakley Ave & Bayard St to be correct. She also verified that her grandmother's maiden name was Gallo (Nunziata). My Aunt (Josephine) did say that her mother's maiden name was spelled Buino (not Bruno)per a death certificate. She also found that her mother's parent's names were Matteo Buino & Marie Faheu. Can you possibly trace the Buino/Faheu lines and see where it takes us? Appreciate any and all help.
Hey Grace! Welcome to the Forum Thank you for the confirmations We would be happy to see what we can do to help with the Buino branch. Are we correct that Buino surname is connected to Michael Trupiano's wife Mary Frances Buino? Thank you, Valarie
Home in 1900: 240 North 5th Street Brooklyn Ward 14, Kings, New York
head Mathew Brondo 37, born Dec 1862 IT - married 10 yrs, abt 1890 - immig 1884, in US 16 yrs, Na (naturalized) - grocer wife Mary F Brondo 37, born Mar 1863 IT - 7 children born, 4 children living - immig 1880 daughter Francesca Brondo 8, born Jul 1891 NY son Vincent (James) Brondo 5, born Feb 1895 NY step-daughter Theresa Calabeso 17, born Aug 1882 NY - saleslady, grocer step-daughter Annie Larka 11, born Oct 1888 NY ---
Home in 1910: 88 Roebling Street, owns with a mortgage Brooklyn Ward 14, Kings, New York
head Matteo Buino 50, abt 1860 NY(?) - married twice - married 18 yrs, abt 1892 - parents born in IT - saloonkeeper, own store wife Mary Buino 49, abt 1861 IT - married twice - 3 children - immig 1880 daughter Francis Buino 17, abt 1893 NY - seamstress, shirt factory son James Buino 14, abt 1896 NY daughter Teresa Buino 28, abt 1882 NY - seamstress, clothing factory
Hi vj,Yes you are correct in connecting the Surname of Buino to Michael Trupiano's wife. I noticed that the person married to Matteo Buino (Bianno) is Marie Sales! Could that possibly be Marie Faheu? Any other information of Faheu line? Great job, quick work. Thank you so much.
amazingrace424 wrote:... I noticed that the person married to Matteo Buino (Bianno) is Marie Sales! Could that possibly be Marie Faheu? Any other information of Faheu line? ...
I think that it is only a possible marriage record These records are often transcribed incorrectly What records does the family have with the Faheu spelling? Since she uses the 'F' as a middle initial, Faheu may be closer to the original surname. Interesting that she may have had two other (single) daughters with different surnames, both born in NY. Thank you for the update! Valarie
Hi VJ. I checked the 1900 Census and I don't think the Brondo family is the correct family because Matthew was born in Italy and Mary had 7 children, 4 living (none named Marie (Mary) or Frances. The 1910 Census seems to make more sense (even though there are striking similarities between the two). I have a copy of my grandmother's death certificate and it lists her given name as Marie F. (Frances), date of birth as 12/23/1892 and lists her father as Matteo Buino and her mother as Marie FAHEU. Can you please check to see when Marie Faheu came to the USA and when Matteo Buino's parents came to the USA. I have a cousin in Italy right now & she would like to follow any lead you might have as to where the Trupiano/Buino families immigrated from. Thank you for all of your help with this.
amazingrace424 wrote:... I have a copy of my grandmother's death certificate and it lists her given name as Marie F. (Frances), date of birth as 12/23/1892 and lists her father as Matteo Buino and her mother as Marie FAHEU...
Checked the current white pages in Italy and Ellis Island 1892 to 1924, FAHEU doesn't appear to be the correct spelling. Can you post the record? Perhaps one of our members can figure it out. Note: on ancestry, Michael Hojnacki of East Meadow, New York, has the spelling as SAHEU (it doesn't appear to be correct either)
For Matteo Buino, we'd need his parent's names to find a ship manifest. Do you know where he was born?
Hey VJ, Sorry but I am computer illiterate. I will check with Krista and see if her husband can do it as they also have access to the same document. As for Michael Hojnacki's posting on ancestry ~ Michael is my brother-in-law and I am not sure where he got that spelling. I will check with him. Also, can you check the 1870 census for Matteo Buino and that should tell us who his parents are.
Thank you for both documents If you have the $27, I would go ahead and order Marie Frances Buino's SS Application It will confirm both parent's names. Her mother's maiden name does not appear correct - it's not current in Italy and not on Ellis Island or Castle Garden Valarie
The SS-5, or Application for Social Security Number is a great resource for learning more about individuals who died after about 1960, and generally includes the following: - Full name - Full name at birth, including maiden name - Present mailing address - Age at last birthday - Date of birth - Place of birth - Father's full name - Mother's full name, including maiden name - Sex - Race as indicated by the applicant - Whether the applicant ever applied for Social Security or Railroad Retirement before - Current employer's name and address - Date signed - Applicant's signature
... under our current policy, we do not release the parents’ names on an SS-5 application unless the parents' are proven deceased, have a birth date more than 120 years ago, or the number holder on the SS-5 is at least 100 years of age.