Hello, I am looking for information on my family. My great great grandparents were Crescenzo (Carmine) and Marguerita Melone (Milone). They were from Vatolla, Province of Salerno, Italy. Can anyone tell me where I can access records from Vatolla? Thank you very much. And, sorry if this posted twice!
pm16 wrote:Hello, I am looking for information on my family. My great great grandparents were Crescenzo (Carmine) and Marguerita Melone (Milone). They were from Vatolla, Province of Salerno, Italy. Can anyone tell me where I can access records from Vatolla? Thank you very much. And, sorry if this posted twice!
Hi you mean this Carmine Milone:
First Name: Carmine Last Name: Milone Ethnicity: Italy, Italian South Last Place of Residence: Vatolla Date of Arrival: Mar 30, 1904 Age at Arrival: 24y Gender: M Marital Status: M Ship of Travel: Palatia Port of Departure: Naples Manifest Line Number: 0007
New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 about Crescenzo Meloin Name: Crescenzo Meloin (MELONE) Arrival Date: 2 Mar 1905 Birth Date: abt 1881 Age: 24 Gender: Male Ethnicity/ Nationality: Italian (South) (Italian) Port of Departure: Naples, Italy Port of Arrival: New York, New York Ship Name: Konig Albert married coming from Casagiove, final destination the brother in law Giovanni Iannotta, New York..
Crescenzo MELONE born in Casagiove on 14 Oct 1881 #135 son of Alessandro Melone 40 old and of Raffaela Bernascone( Alessandro Melone and Raffaela Bernascone was not married, just partners). Crescenzo Melone married on 1904 with Rosa Perreca..(Rosa Perreca arrival http://www.ellisisland.org/EIFile/popup ... &line=0010 joining at husband Crescenzo Melone in New York)
U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Crescenzo Melone Name: Crescenzo Melone SSN: ------------- Last Residence: New York Born: 14 Oct 1881 Died: Sep 1964 State (Year) SSN issued: New York
you can say us the right first name of your ancestor? Regards, suanj
Carmine Milone who arrived here in 1904 is my great grandmother's brother. Their father is Crescenzo Melone or Milone. My great grandmother, Pasqualina spelled it Milone, Carmen (Carmine) spelled it Melone. I don't think Crescenzo ever came to the U.S. He was married to Marghuerita D'ambrosio but I can't find anything on her either. Pasqualina and Carmine were born in 1878 and 1881. I did find a Carmine Melone who was born in 1859 but he is of no relation. Thank you for your help!
well I found the birth act of a: Carmine MILONE ( right spell): born in Perdifumo on 29 Mar 1879 #15 son of Crescenzo Milone 22 old farmer and son of Margherita D'Ambrosio; married in Perdifumo on 27 Feb 1902 at Angela Rosa FIORE
Great work Suanj!! Prego!! Marriage of Crescenzo Milone and Margherita D'Ambrosio INDEX# 10 1878 Aug 19th in the town of Perdifumo appeared Crescenzo Milone age 21 farmer born in Vatolla son of Carmine Milone and Pascasia?? Pecora married Margherita D'Ambrosio age 26 born in Vatolla daughter of deceased Angelo D'Ambrosio and Teresa Vanaro
Suanj- Pasqualina (Pasquasia) was my great grandmother, Carmine was her brother. Thanks to the link you posted, I did further research. Carmine's wife Angela died in 1906. He had come to the U.S in 1904. They had a daughter, Margaret who came to the U.S. around 1919. He had remarried a Catherine. thank you all so much for your help..you guys are great! Thanks to you I now have the names of my great great great grandparents.
First Name: Margherita Last Name: Milone Ethnicity: Italy, Italian South Last Place of Residence: Perdifumo, Italy Date of Arrival: Aug 09, 1919 Age at Arrival: 17y Gender: F Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Dante Alighieri Port of Departure: Napoli Manifest Line Number: 0022
Thank you! Can you please translate this for me? It is Angelo D'ambrosio's death certificate. I think it is dated June 22, 1866 and I think it says he is the son of Guiseppe and lived in vatolla for 52 years..but that's all I can figure out.
Act date: February 22nd, 1866 at 7pm Death date and place: February 21st, 1866 at 10pm, in the district called "avanti il Monastero dei Padri Minori Osservanti" Angelo D'Ambrosio, 52 years, land-owner, husband of Teresa Vaccaro, Born in Stio, son of the deceased Giuseppe, laborer from Stio, and of Giustina Trotta, peasant, living in Stio.
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Oh my goodness. Thank you so much. Thanks to you guys I have information further back than I could have possibly ever imagined! Now I know the earliest records online are 1866, but does anyone know how far back Italian records go?