TRAVISANO,DALUSIO,RICHUTE

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TRAVISANO,DALUSIO,RICHUTE

Postby drummersxwife » 15 Feb 2005, 09:48

Hello Everyone,

I just recently started family tree research :) Ive already come to a road block, cant seem to get past my grandparents. Travisanos came from Clevland Ohio. Dalusios & Richute come from Luzurne Co, PA. I believe they came from Chietti area. I have no futher info. If anyone can help me I would greatly appreciate it.


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Re: TRAVISANO,DALUSIO,RICHUTE

Postby suanj » 15 Feb 2005, 11:37

drummersxwife wrote:Hello Everyone,

I just recently started family tree research :) Ive already come to a road block, cant seem to get past my grandparents. Travisanos came from Clevland Ohio. Dalusios & Richute come from Luzurne Co, PA. I believe they came from Chietti area. I have no futher info. If anyone can help me I would greatly appreciate it.


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are possible to know the first name your ancestors...?
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Re: TRAVISANO,DALUSIO,RICHUTE

Postby VaDeb » 15 Feb 2005, 20:11

I just recently started family tree research Ive already come to a road block, cant seem to get past my grandparents. Travisanos came from Clevland Ohio. Dalusios & Richute come from Luzurne Co, PA. I believe they came from Chietti area. I have no futher info. If anyone can help me I would greatly appreciate it.


Hi,
Starting genealogy research is exciting, but don't get discouraged with a slow start. As Suanj suggested, if you give specifics it will help others give you accurate places to go to look for information.

Do you have birth, marriage and death certificates for the ancestors you know of?

Do you have obituaries for your grandparents? Have you checked for cemetery records?

What have you found on your grandparents? Have you found the families on US census records?

Do you have their naturalization records, if they were naturalized?

Do you know the name of the immigrant ancestor and the approximate date they came to America? What state did they first settle in?

All of this will help you get a better picture of your family and find missing details. Also, don't forget the importance of siblings. Maybe grandma's death certificate didn't list a maiden name, but maybe her sisters did.

Hope this helps you.
Debbie


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