Formica Family, Torregrotta Sicilia (Looking for current location/contact)

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Formica Family, Torregrotta Sicilia (Looking for current location/contact)

Postby lmfairchild » 26 Jun 2015, 00:20

Hello!
In December 2001-January 2002, my sister and I journeyed to Sicily to meet/visit cousins of my Grandmother. Now we have some family who are going there to do the same this fall. We are all from Los Angeles county in California.

I do not know if they are still alive. The elder's names are Biagio (or Beagio) and Anna Formica. One of their sons is Antonio (or Antonino), wife Angela and two young sons, Biagio and Giuseppe. Not sure on the spelling of those. One of the sons was an amazing pianist.

Last known address is 3 Via Giacomo Matteotti, Torregrotta, Sicily
They had another house a few feet away on Via A. Manzoni

If anyone can please help! We were treated so amazing when we visited and have since lost contact. We would love to get back in touch with them!

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Re: Formica Family, Torregrotta Sicilia (Looking for current location/contact)

Postby Tessa78 » 26 Jun 2015, 15:30

There are currently 5 listings in the Italian Phone Book for Formica in Torregrotta. :-)

http://www.paginebianche.it/ricerca?qs= ... a+%28ME%29

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Re: Formica Family, Torregrotta Sicilia (Looking for current location/contact)

Postby carubia » 27 Jun 2015, 07:30

Biagio and Giuseppe are the correct spellings. Both Antonio and Antonino are common in Sicily.

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Re: Formica Family, Torregrotta Sicilia (Looking for current location/contact)

Postby lmfairchild » 27 Jun 2015, 09:54

Thank you both. Hopefully getting closer to finding them.


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