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Zagarele, De/DiMartine, Yannini

Postby kitritter » 24 Jun 2005, 07:23

Searching for these surnames from Calabria area. Any advice welcome.
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Re: Zagarele, De/DiMartine, Yannini

Postby ricbru » 24 Jun 2005, 19:51

Hello,
Iannini in the whitepage of Calabria

http://www.paginebianche.it/pb/cerca?bt ... a&x=43&y=5

di martine

http://www.paginebianche.it/pb/cerca?bt ... &x=41&y=12

no zagarele

I hope it helps
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Re: Zagarele, De/DiMartine, Yannini

Postby kitritter » 25 Jun 2005, 09:24

I think I found a relative in the Italian White pages, Angela Iannini...would Iannini be pronounced as Yannini in English? Is that her address listed?
Hate to seem so ignorant but this is all new territory for me.
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Re: Zagarele, De/DiMartine, Yannini

Postby suanj » 25 Jun 2005, 12:28

kitritter wrote:I think I found a relative in the Italian White pages, Angela Iannini...would Iannini be pronounced as Yannini in English? Is that her address listed?
Hate to seem so ignorant but this is all new territory for me.
Thanks so much for your help.
Kit

Iannini is Yannini in english; Zagarele most probable is Zagarella surname
http://www.paginebianche.it/pb/cerca?bt ... ia&x=0&y=0
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Re: Zagarele, De/DiMartine, Yannini

Postby kitritter » 25 Jun 2005, 22:02

Thanks much. Grandma didn't read or write English or Italian. There are no written letters etc. around. Only paper I have is a Baptismal certificate that is quite scribbled.
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Re: Zagarele, De/DiMartine, Yannini

Postby suanj » 25 Jun 2005, 22:04

if you insert here the baptism act image perhaps we can help you better... suanj
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Re: Zagarele, De/DiMartine, Yannini

Postby kitritter » 26 Jun 2005, 06:34

Zagarele is Zagarelle and Yannini is Iannini, Cinnemarko is Sinemarco or Sinemario! Making progress! Thanks to help from a couple of people.
Would like to attach Baptismal Certificate, would like help to decipher it. Keep getting an error message. I've tried jpeg, tif etc nothing seems to work. HELP please
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Re: Zagarele, De/DiMartine, Yannini

Postby VaDeb » 26 Jun 2005, 08:09

Scan the record and save it to your computer. Use http://www.imageshack.us (its free)

Use browse button to locate file on your computer. Then click host it. After image shack is done a list of file names will appear. Scroll down to direct link and copy and paste this into your post.

Others will be able to use the link to view your document on image shack.

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Re: Zagarele, De/DiMartine, Yannini

Postby kitritter » 26 Jun 2005, 10:16

Thanks Debbie. Never heard of imageshack before.
Would appreciate help deciphering this Baptismal Certificate.

http://img248.echo.cx/img248/1844/bapti ... opy9nd.gif

The towns are unclear, my Grandfather's name is Nuntiato Sinemarco or Sinemario?? The town, St Lorenzo .........? Cosenza..........
First name of Godfather is anyone's guess, probably the brother of my greatgrandmother??

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Re: Zagarele, De/DiMartine, Yannini

Postby suanj » 26 Jun 2005, 11:45

the placename is :
San Lorenzo del Vallo (in Cosenza province/Calabria region...), here
http://ellisisland.org/search/shipmanif ... 4406030169 are same surname coming from san lorenzo del Vallo, but is hard to reaf the handwriting for exact surname spelling... and, why San Lorenzo del Vallo is very near Spezzano Albanese common, id possible that the just spelling, really, is SINIMARCO that exist in Cosenza province and/or also is SIRIMARCO.......

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Re: Zagarele, De/DiMartine, Yannini

Postby brujaojos » 29 Jun 2005, 06:04

kitritter wrote:Zagarele is Zagarelle and Yannini is Iannini, Cinnemarko is Sinemarco or Sinemario! Making progress! Thanks to help from a couple of people.
Would like to attach Baptismal Certificate, would like help to decipher it. Keep getting an error message. I've tried jpeg, tif etc nothing seems to work. HELP please
Thanks much
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Hi Everyone,

Information has been transpiring between me and Kit since May. Here is all the information.

Kit Ritter wrote: May 10, 2005
Hi, Frank Martine was a tailor, sister lived in Italy, named Adelino Yannini DeMartino. My Grandmother, Cherabina Cinnemarko b.27 Jan 1890 in Phila. Pennsylvania, was taken back to Italy when 3 yrs old. She came back at age 14 and was married. Her mother, Marianna Yannini, father Nunziad Cinemarko, siblings Guido Cinemarko and Adalai Cinemarko.
The towns my Uncle mentioned are:
San Giacomo DeCerzeto Cozensa zip 87060
Spezzano Albanese zip code 87019
Thanks for your time
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Dear Kit,

I have a copy of the 1910 & 1920 Federal Census for Philadelphia for Frank Martino, Cassie, and family. If you would send me your email address to me at brujaojos@yahoo.com, I will then send you these records via email. (this information was already sent)

I did look around both Ellis Island and pre-Ellis Island for records for Sirimarco. I also checked the Philadelphia port and didn’t find any of your relatives coming into the USA. The spelling must be way off.

Here's all your options, you can go to the National Archives at 9th & Chestnut Streets and search for Naturalization records for your Francesco (Frank Martino) & Nunziato Sirimarco.

You can go to the Philadelphia Archives at 31st & Market Streets to look for the Birth Record of Cherubina for 1890 as well as you can try to look for Naturalization records there also. If you can go in person, I would do that than to try to write. I will be honest and say that they are not as helpful as some of the other Archives.

Also, if your grandparents died in Philadelphia especially per the Census looks like South Philly, there is a good chance they are buried in Holy Cross Cemetery in Yeadon, PA.

Now there is microfilm that you can order and rent from your nearest Family History for $3.50 a roll depending on your location.

This is the film for Cerzeto
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library ... =1&last=50

Here is the film numbers for Spezzano Albanese
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library ... =1&last=50

Here are the film numbers for the town of San Lorenzo del Vallo. http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library ... =1&last=50

Francesco Martino married Cherubina Sirimarco in 1905 in Philadelphia, PA. The License #189454. You would order microfilm #1276771 (Philadelphia Marriage License Film Numbers Marriage licenses no. 189100-189699 1905 FHL US/CAN Film 1276771)

What you do is order the microfilm at your nearest Family History Center for about $3.50 a roll. When the film comes in, scroll to the License #189454 and there should be about 3 pages for the Marriage Application and Marriage Certificate. Since it's 1905 there might be some nice information on there like Birth Dates, etc.

One last comment, do you have anyone's death certificate? If that was filled out properly, you can get the parents names on it.

I hope this helps,
Trish (dated: May 10, 2005)
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