All records in Italy are in the town. You have to identify what town your ancestor is from in order to trace them in Italy. You didn't give us much information to work with. His first name and where he lived in England. Try to find him in the 1901 cenus. Perhaps you will find his place of birth if you do. http://www.1901census.nationalarchives.gov.uk/
jb42 wrote:i`m looking for any information about the surname BUCCAROSSI or BUCCAROSSA . this was the surname of my grandfather who came from Italy to England around 1900 anything would be helpful at the moment !
perhaps just spelling is BOCCAROSSA, why Buccarossi or Buccarossa not exist...
in england are this records
Annicels(probable Annibale) Boccarossa Birth: 1870 - location, Italy
Thanks for your comments ,
we have found the correct spelling is Bucarossi and according to the 1901 census we have found my grandfathers brother, Raphael listed .
thanks for your help.
we`ve struggled quite a bit because of the spelling and because at some point the name was anglicised to Buckross between 1901 and 1904.
we have just found that my father believes the family came to england in 1891 from a place called PRECENICCO.
Anthony was the father , children were Giovanni, Rosa and Theresa ( twins) and possibly Domonic and Raphael
how would i go about finding if there are anyBucarossis in Precenicco ?
Just as you will find ship manifest misspellings, census records to may contain misspellings. Every name in my nonno's household had their name
misspelled in the 1920 census......something to think about.
but my suggestion is that are real possibility, that the just spelling is Boccarossa from Picinisco/ Frosinone province; many people from Picinisco came in England.. only an suggestion..
Found this the some of the records for Nottinghamshire:
Baccarosse, Lucia, December Quarter, 1903, marriage in Nottinghamshire.
Boccarossa, Rosa, March Quarter, 1896, marriage in Nottinghamshire
Boccarossa, Tearesa, December Quarter, 1898, marriage in Nottinghamshire
There is also an "Anneils" Buccarossa listed in 1891 in West Brighton, in Sussex. The first name very hard to read...too much shadow...so I doubt that the first name is correct...but incase you had a realative in that area, thought I should list.