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De Salvo

Postby TonyDiNobile » 20 Oct 2014, 00:55

I am trying to help a friend trace her paternal line....Nicola DeSalvo who was born circa 1872 in Palermo....His parents were Pietro DeSalvo and Cosima Alella....Any information that would help me trace this family would be Greatly Appreciated .

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Re: De Salvo

Postby Anizio » 20 Oct 2014, 01:10

The records are on familysearch.

But it is a long search. There are a lot of pages for 1872, and the indexes seem to be disorganized. I have found so far Giuseppe and Rosa di Salvo, which mean his name might actually be di Salvo.

I'll keep looking.
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Re: De Salvo

Postby Anizio » 20 Oct 2014, 01:32

Can't find anything more for 1872.
I guess next is for someone to try 1873; if you have time yourself:

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/T ... ,351055603

there seem to be several books, 100-300 births in each but still the same year.
1872 had like 5 books of 300 each and then one book of 6000.
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Re: De Salvo

Postby erudita74 » 20 Oct 2014, 01:37

Palermo is both a city and a province. Do you specifically know if it is the city to which you are referring?
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Re: De Salvo

Postby carubia » 20 Oct 2014, 02:48

I would guess that his surname was Di Salvo. That's how I see it spelled (or just Salvo) in all the Sicilian records where I seen it, but I haven't looked through those for the city of Palermo. In 1872 it's also very possible that his name was Nicolo' instead of Nicola on his birth record.

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Re: De Salvo

Postby TonyDiNobile » 20 Oct 2014, 03:27

True....Thank You !....I'LL look into that possibility .

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Re: De Salvo

Postby TonyDiNobile » 20 Oct 2014, 03:44

erudita74 wrote:Palermo is both a city and a province. Do you specifically know if it is the city to which you are referring?
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I thought I replied to this , but I'm not seeing it....As far as I know he was from the city of Palermo , although it's possible that he was from a different city within the province of Palermo....I will clarify with my friend , especially since his wife came from Alia in the province of Palermo .

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Re: De Salvo

Postby adelfio » 20 Oct 2014, 15:47

Birth record of Nicolo DeSalvo
INDEX#43
1876 Feb 18th in town of Alia birth of Nicolo DeSalvo son of Pietro DeSalvo age 30 farmer and Cosima Alello

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Re: De Salvo

Postby liviomoreno » 20 Oct 2014, 15:54

adelfio wrote:Birth record of Nicolo DeSalvo
INDEX#43
1876 Feb 18th in town of Alia birth of Nicolo DeSalvo son of Pietro DeSalvo age 30 farmer and Cosima Alello

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https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/T ... ,247570402

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Re: De Salvo

Postby adelfio » 20 Oct 2014, 16:55

Marriage of Pietro Salvatore Disalvo and Cosima Damiana Alello
INDEX#17
1875 April 11th in the town of Alia marriage of Pietro Salvatore Disalvo age 29 farmer born in Alia son of Nicolo Disalvo and Grazia Vilardo married to Cosima Damiana Alello age 23 farmer born in Alia daughter of Ciro Alello and Rosalia Disalvo

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Re: De Salvo

Postby adelfio » 20 Oct 2014, 17:24

Birth record of Pietro Salvatore Disalvo
INDEX#203
1845 Dec 29th in the town of Alia birth of Pietro Salvatore Disalvo son of Nicolo Disalvo age 25 and Grazia Vilardo 23 presented by midwife Filippa Pagano
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Birth record of Cosima Damiana Alello
INDEX#50
1852 Feb 23rd in the town of Alia birth of Cosima Damiana Alello daughter of Ciro Alello age 42 and Rosalia Disalvo age 38 presented by midwife Filippa Pagano
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https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/T ... ,246170401

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Re: De Salvo

Postby TonyDiNobile » 20 Oct 2014, 23:20

:D ....Thank You ALL So Very Much !....I had suspected that my friend might of been wrong and indeed her De Salvo Line was also from Alia , instead of actually in Palermo....This will make her Very Happy and will help further the research....Regards ,

Tony


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