NISCEMI, 1748 Census

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NISCEMI, 1748 Census

Postby Marcello_DAleo » 04 Apr 2015, 16:20

The Southern Italy Genealogical Center has indexed the 1748 census of NISCEMI, Sicily. If your roots are in Niscemi and you are interested in receiving the digital copies of your family's censuses, please contact us in privately.
Families censused in Niscemi in 1748: Abaco, Abela, Accardo, Accomando, Adamo, Agnesa, Alba, Alesci, Alesi, Alessandrano, Alessi, Alma, Altamore, Amantia, Amato, Anfuso, Angelica, Angelico, Aquilino, Arca, Arcadipane, Arcerito, Arena, Asta, Averna, Avila, Azzarito, Azzolina, Baldi, Barone, Bartoluccio, Bellissima, Bellissimo, Bellomo, Benenato, Bennici, Bergamo, Berrittella, Bisenti, Biuso, Blanco, Bonanno, Bonfiglio, Bonifacio, Bonifazio, Boscarello, Buscarello, Branciforti, Brummuzio, Bruno, Buccheri, Buglisi, Burgio, Buscarello, Buscemi, Busso, Buttaro, Cacciaguerra, Cafeci, Cafiso, Calcagno, Caltavuturo, Camagna, Cambiolo, Camiolo, Cammiolo, Campagnolo, Campolino, Cancilleri, Candia, Cannata, Cannia, Cannizzaro, Cannizzo, Cantaro, Cappellano, Cappello, Caputo, Carao, Carbone, Cardella, Cardaci, Caristia, Carnazza, Caruso, Cassarà, Cassaro, Cassero, Castrogiovanni, Castronovo, Castronuovo, Catalano, Cataldo, Catania, Catauturo, Cattuti, Cattuto, Cavaleri, Cavaliere, Cavallaro, Centorbi, Chiodo, Chiuzi, Ciancetta, Ciaramella, Cilia, Cilio, Cinacetta, Cinardo, Cipolla, Cirrone, Coco, Cocuzza, Collura, Cona, Concessa, Coniglio, Conti, Contissa, Contraffatta, Corallo, Cori, Cremona, Crescimone, Culmo, Cultraro, Cumo, Cunselmo, Cunsolo, Cunzolo, Cuppitta, Cusimano, Cutello, Cutraro, Cutrona, D'Agostino, D'Agustino, D'Alberto, D'Aleo, D'Alesci, D'Alesi, D'Alessandro, D'Alessio, D'Alma, D'Aloisio, D'Amico, D'Evola, Di Agustino, Di Alesci, Di Austino, Di Bartolo, Di Benedetto, Di Bennardo, Di Caro, Di Castro, Di Corrado, Dieli, Di Fede, Di Francesco, Di Franco, Di Giovanne, Di Giuseppe, Di Lentini, Di Liberto, Di Magi, Di Magio, Di Maggio, Di Maria, Di Martino, Di Modica, Di Nolfo, Di Pasquale, Di Pietro, Di Puma, Di Rocco, Di Salvo, Disca, Di Stefano, Di Ventura, Di Vincenzo, D'Izzia, Donzella, Dorato, Dragotta, Egidio, Eula, Falcone, Ferrara, Finito, Firraro, Flaccavento, Fonte, Frazzetto, Fruntuzza, Gagliano, Galante, Galesi, Gallenti, Garao, Gentile, Gerbino, Giandamo, Giangrosso, Giannetto, Giaquinta, Giaquinto, Giarracca, Giarrizzo, Giudice, Giugno, Gorsi, Grasso, Greco, Groi, Gualato, Guarino, Gueli, Guerrera, Gulino, Guttadoro, Iaco, Iatrino, Idonea, Ignesa, Incarbone, Indorato, Indovina, Infuso, Interlandi, Iudica, Iulino, Izzia, La Iacona, La Legname, La Mantia, La Marca, La Rocca, La Rosa, La Russa, La Scalia, La Spatola, La Spatula, Laudato, Lauricella, Leggio, Lentini, Leone, Liardo, Licco, Li perni, Lisciandrano, Lo Blanco, Lo Castro, Lo Cicero, Lo Cunsolo, Lodato, Lo Gaglio, Lo Grasso, Lo Mastro, Lombardo, Lo Menzo, Lomia, Lona, Lo Piscopo, Lo Presti, Lo Stimolo, Lupo, Maddiona, Maddione, Maggio, Malerba, Manciavillano, Manduca, Mangiavillano, Mantello, Margani, Maria, Mariano, Marino, Marsiano, Martorana, Marturana, Marziano, Masaracchio, Masulu, Mauceri, Maurici, Mauro, Mazzara, Mazzone, Mela, Melita, Menaldi, Menzo, Messina, Miccichè, Migliore, Militello, Minardi, Mirabella, Mirci, Missina, Monelli, Mongelli, Montalto, Monteleone, Montilione, Morana, Morgana, Muratore, Muscia, Musso, Musto, Nanfaro, Nativo, Nicastro, Nicoletti, Nicosia, Nigido, Nigito, Nisi, Novello, Occhipinti, Orlando, Pace, Pardo, Parisi, Parlagreco, Pepi, Piraino, Pirillo, Pirino, Pirrone, Pirrotta, Pisa, Pitrella, Pitrolo, Pitta, Placenti, Pocorobba, Poeta, Portaveni, Presti, Pulizzi, Rabbito, Rabito, Ragona, Ragusa, Rammundazzo, Rausa, Ravalli, Reale, Reali, Ridolfo, Rinaldo, Rinaudo, Rindone, Rizzo, Rizzotto, Rota, Rummolino, Runza, Russo, Salerno, Salvaggio, Salvo, Sammarco, Sammartino, San Martino, Savasta, Scalia, Scardino, Scarlata, Scavonetto, Schettino, Schittina, Scibona, Scolare, Scollo, Scozzarella, Sentina, Siciliano, Spagnuolo, Spataro, Spatula, Spinello, Stimolo, Strazzeri, Strazzuso, Strozza, Tamburella, Tamburello, Tasca, Tedio, Terranova, Tizza, Tomaso, Tuliano, Traina, Trainito, Trigira, Trommino, Trovato, Vaccaro, Vacirca, Valenti, Vandone, Verdiano, Verna, Viavattene, Vicari, Vicino, Virdiano, Zabatino, Zafarana, Zaffarana, Zarba, Zena, Zito.
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Re: NISCEMI, 1748 Census

Postby SammarcoPilcher » 26 Oct 2015, 00:49

My great grandfather is Antonio Sammarco born in 1869 or 1868 and came to the USA in 1903 to Boston, Massachusetts. I am not sure if the family is from Sicily or not but would be interested in getting the data from you.

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Re: NISCEMI, 1748 Census

Postby Marcello_DAleo » 26 Oct 2015, 18:51

SammarcoPilcher wrote:My great grandfather is Antonio Sammarco born in 1869 or 1868 and came to the USA in 1903 to Boston, Massachusetts. I am not sure if the family is from Sicily or not but would be interested in getting the data from you.

If he is the right one, the family is from Naples:

Antonio Sammarco in the Massachusetts, Passenger and Crew Lists, 1820-1963
Name: Antonio Sammarco
Gender: Male
Nationality: Italian (South)
Birthdate: abt 1868
Age: 35
Married or single: Married
Occupation: saddler
Last residence: Naples, Italy
Final destination: Boston, Massachusetts
Port of Departure: Naples, Italy
Ship Name: Vancouver
Departure Date: 10 Aug 1903
Arrival Date: 25 Aug 1903
Port of Arrival: Boston, Massachusetts
Friend in USA: Rosina Granieri
Traveling with his wife Antonia Annunziata (age 33) and his daughters Concetta (age 10), Teresa (age 3) and Maria (age 8 months)
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Re: NISCEMI, 1748 Census

Postby jleggio » 10 Mar 2016, 23:32

My fiance family is from Italy but they are not 100% where from. They believe Sicily. His last name is Leggio. Any info would help.

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Re: NISCEMI, 1748 Census

Postby adelfio » 11 Mar 2016, 16:03

jleggio wrote:My fiance family is from Italy but they are not 100% where from. They believe Sicily. His last name is Leggio. Any info would help.


Welcome to IG website
You should start your own post for Leggio family with names dates and where they settled in the US and we should be able to help in research

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