I know we have seen these names before, but can't remember the details. Since you have not been able to find them on the census, some creative searching maybe needed. Could you provide more details:
Marinaro, Vincenzo - year of birth - born in Italy?
Chiusano, Maria Rosa - year of birth - born in Italy?
What year did they marry?
Vincenza - year of birth and place of birth (NY or Italy)
Teresa - year of birth and place of birth (NY or Italy?)
If you don't know year of birth can you give us an estimate? Have you found this family on any US census?
What year did they come to the US?
Which of the below should they be on? I seem to remember they left the US at some point and returned to Italy.
1930 is an every name index
1920 is a head of household index
1910 is a head of household index
1900 is an every name index
1890 census does not exist (fragments left after fire)
Social Security numbers did not exist in 1900. The Social Security Act was signed in 1937.
I wonder if anyone is able to look at the 1900 New York census for me.
I am desperate to find:
Father - MARINARO Vincenzo Wife - CHIUSANO Maria Rosa Daughters Vincenza & Teresa
I know they where in New York at that time, but finding them has been ellusive. Should thay have had social security numbers? How do I find that out?
much thanks to sue1anne for you previous help
I don't know if this is your family for as VaDeb suggested, we need more information from you.
Maria MARINARO, born abt 1862, born in Italy, widow Donato MARINARO, born abt 1891, born in Italy, son
Teresa MARINARO, born abt 1895, born in Italy, daughter
They were living with Maria Anardo and family in Manhattan
Name: Teresa Marinaro Home in 1900: Manhattan, New York, New York Age: 5 Estimated birth year: 1895 Birthplace: Italy Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Boarder Immigration year: 1896 Image source: Year: 1900; Census Place: Manhattan, New York, New York; Roll: T623 1085; Page: 16B; Enumeration District: 115.
This could be Vincenzo and Rosa also.
Jimmy (aka-Vincenzo), born abt 1875, born in Italy
Rosa, born abt 1878, born in Italy, wife
Battista, born abt 1882, born in Italy, sister
Nicola Molfese, born abt 1854, born in Italy, father-in-law
Name: Jimmy Marinaro Home in 1900: Manhattan, New York, New York Age: 25 Estimated birth year: 1875 Birthplace: Italy Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Head Immigration year: 1892 Image source: Year: 1900; Census Place: Manhattan, New York, New York; Roll: T623 1121; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 905.
Thank you for your information. This is the ONLY information I have:
Vincenzo Marinaro abt 1860 (Pettoranello) ?arrived in New York 13/5/1884
Maria Rosa Chiusano abt 1861 (Pettoranello) ?arrived in New York 10/4/1986
Vincenza Marinaro born 1886 ?New York, married Giuseppe Giancola ?date America, both immigrated to Italy Castelpetroso. Died 1918 Castelpetroso
Teresa Marinaro born New York.
I have no access to census or social security data, and have fished around as best I can, but they do not seem to exist.
Thanks again for your info Trish, I will look through it and see if one of them is the one I need.
I hope my friends on here can post this for you (thank you).
This is information from a ship's manifest from 1887 (NY - pre Ellis Island). This manifest list "wife - Rosa" also coming in with him. They also had a child, Carminella, with them.
Name: Vin Marinaro Arrival Date: 27 Apr 1887 Estimated Birth Year: 1851 Age: 36 Gender: Male Port of Departure: Naples, Italy Destination: New York Ship Name: Scotia Port of Arrival: New York Nativity: Italy Line: 19 Microfilm Roll: 505 List Number: 464
Here's the one that you mention above from May 1884.
Name: Vincenzo Marinaro Arrival Date: 13 May 1884 Estimated Birth Year: 1860 Age: 24 Gender: Male Port of Departure: Naples, Italy Destination: United States of America Place of Origin: Italy Ship Name: Burgundia Port of Arrival: New York Line: 33 Microfilm Roll: 476 List Number: 541
Also, if you go to your nearest Family History Center, they have Ancestry.com online for with full access. You only have to pay for the copies you make. Also, most major libraries have ancestry too.