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Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby smithpa1 » 06 Aug 2005, 10:40

Trying to find city of origin of my great grandfather, Lawrence Sabatino, born in Italy. I have not been able to find any immigration records. He was married to Josephine Lapire, apparently after his immigration to U.S. There were 3 children, Lawrence, born 1900 in Italy, Marion, and Pauline, my grandmother.

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Postby suanj » 06 Aug 2005, 16:20

smithpa1 wrote:Trying to find city of origin of my great grandfather, Lawrence Sabatino, born in Italy. I have not been able to find any immigration records. He was married to Josephine Lapire, apparently after his immigration to U.S. There were 3 children, Lawrence, born 1900 in Italy, Marion, and Pauline, my grandmother.

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Hi: are an Lorenzo( Lawrence)SABBATINO emigrated in 1902, age 20 http://stevemorse.org/goulnik/match1.ph ... NM=lorenzoÃÂ
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Re: Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby VaDeb » 06 Aug 2005, 19:24

Paula,

Have you found the family on US census reports? They will give you a year of immigration,

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Re: Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby smithpa1 » 07 Aug 2005, 03:46

Can't find anything on census. A cousin said Lorenzo and wife were buried in Louisiana. My grandmother lived in Louisiana, her brothers in St. Louis. My grandmother died around 1930.

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Re: Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby smithpa1 » 07 Aug 2005, 03:51

Sorry, you are right about marrige. Lapire sounds French, that's what threw me. I can't find the immigration records you mentioned, what port did they sail into? I found one Lorenzo landed in 1912, nothing in 1902.

Cousin said he was buried in Louisiana. My grandmother lived in Louisiana, died ~1930, young, brothers lived in St. Louis, MO area.

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Re: Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby VaDeb » 07 Aug 2005, 05:25

This is from a previous post. Is this census record that Wildspirt found your family? If so you have an approximate year of immigration.

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Re: Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby smithpa1 » 07 Aug 2005, 09:54

I really don't know if this is my family. Does his wife or any children show up with him. That would be the only way I would know for sure. I only know that his son Lawrence was born in 1900 in Italy. I don't know where they came from, or where they landed. I know Lorenzo and wife's name through his son's SSN application, that I sent for. Surname spelling has changed, but that happens so often with Italian surnames.

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Re: Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby mfjp » 07 Aug 2005, 13:17

Here is the 1920 census record that wldspirit found...

Name:   Loronzo Sabatine??
Age:   21 years 
Estimated birth year:   abt 1899
Birthplace:   Italy
Race:   White
Home in 1920:   Independence, Tangipahoa, Louisiana
Roll:   T625_631
Page:   4B
ED:   122
Image:   823

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Re: Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby suanj » 07 Aug 2005, 15:24

smithpa1 wrote:Sorry, you are right about marrige. Lapire sounds French, that's what threw me. I can't find the immigration records you mentioned, what port did they sail into? I found one Lorenzo landed in 1912, nothing in 1902.

Cousin said he was buried in Louisiana. My grandmother lived in Louisiana, died ~1930, young, brothers lived in St. Louis, MO area.

Thanks for information,
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Lapira (La Pira) is also italian surname..suanj
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Re: Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby suanj » 07 Aug 2005, 15:47

Hi, I found this:
1910 census

Name: Lawrence Sabatine
Age in 1910: 50
Estimated birth year: abt 1860
Home in 1910: 10-Wd Police Jury, Pointe Coupee, Louisiana Neighbors: View Results
Race: White
Gender: Male
Series: T624
Roll: 526
Part: 2
Page: 286B
Year: 1910

age 50 in 1910, emigrated in 1896/8, living with Josephine wife 40 old, italian also, emigrated in 1900, both married from 10 year, so in 1900; childs:
1-Lawrence age 9 born in Louisiana,
2-Marion age 6 ditto
3-Pauline age 3 ditto


http://img230.imageshack.us/img230/245/ ... ini9mr.jpg


the record of 1920 that wldspirit found, are same family, same birthyear, Lorenzo jr, are listed born in Italy.... Marion and Pauline in Louisiana...the head are wrote as .....(?) Matteo, the Giuseppina wife, and the sons and daughter........... suanj
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Re: Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby smithpa1 » 07 Aug 2005, 22:47

:D Thank you all for the information, I have been looking for a long time, and am very greatful. You guys always come through.

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Re: Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby suanj » 07 Aug 2005, 23:01

Hi Paula, I think that in 1920 Lorenzo sr was died, why Giuseppina living with this Matteo..(Loioso?) most young; also about child's names, the word "step" before of "son/ daughter" could be means something....suanj
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Re: Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby smithpa1 » 08 Aug 2005, 05:03

:?: So you are saying that Lorenzo Sr. was dead by 1920 and Josephine was remarried to someone with last name Matteo, is that correct?

I didn't know she had remarried. I was told that in 1921 when Pauline married my grandfather, she was an orphan.

Interesting.

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Re: Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby suanj » 08 Aug 2005, 10:25

Paula: from direct reading 1920 census, are this family:
LOIOSO(or similar) Matteo-head-
...... Giuseppina-wife
Sabatini Lorenzo-step son
Sabatini Marion- step son
Sabatini Pauline-step daughter

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Re: Origin of Sabatino Surname

Postby mfjp » 08 Aug 2005, 10:36

The surname could also be LAiosa...

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