BethHirshberg wrote:Thanks for your help.
I found the Ellis Island manifest and thought it was my grandfather until I did somemore research. My grandparents were married in Manhattan in 1896 and their first daughter was born in 1899. In the 1930 census, pasquale's birthdate is about 1877. His death certificate said he was 55 in 1934 which would mean that he was born in 1879. I don't have a definite year, so I am quesstimating.
Everyone in the family who has tried to trace the Alderisio family in Italy has given up. I even have a picture of my aunt, in Italy, with her grandfather.
Per NYC, this could be the information for Pasquale's Marriage.
Name - Marriage Date - County - Certificate Number
Alderiflo Pasquale Dec 26 1896 Manhattan 20239
Per the person who translated the document could have misread the "fl" which could really be an "si". Remember, we all make mistakes. Plus you have to remember when doing genealogy, you have to check mis-spellings.
Here was the information that you mentioned above about his death certificate.
Name - age at death - death date - certificate number - county
Alderisio Pasquale 55 y Nov 30 1934 10280 Bronx
Now the Family History Center has microfilm for the town of Colle Sannita, however, it's limited to 1809-1860. The films would help with searching for his parents, but not for Pasquale. The film costs about $3.50 a roll depending on your location.
Here are the film numbers.
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library ... eno=364717
I hope this helps,