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Staffieri/Pagliarulo

Postby kindaru1 » 25 Feb 2006, 09:54

I am seeking info on my in-law's parents. Their names were Antonio Pagliarulo (db: 1874) and Adelaide Staffieri (Staffier?)(db: 1882). Adelaide had 5 sisters (one being Angela) and 3 brothers. Antonio had a brother (at least one) named Emil (Emilio?). Both came from the Naples area. I was able to locate an Angela Staffieri as coming to Ellis Island in 1906. It looks as though Angela may have been with some siblings..a Rocco and Olivia, however, I do not see sibling Adelaide listed. Antonio may have come to the states (Ellis Island) in 1902. If it's the same Antonio that I'm seeking, the one listed on the ship's manifest was going to visit a brother Guisseppe in Newark. However, according to Antonio's daughter, Florence, she doesnt remember Antonio having any other sibling other than Emilio.

Any info. would be appreciated!

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Re: Staffieri/Pagliarulo

Postby nuccia » 25 Feb 2006, 10:16

Hi There,

Would this be Emilio by any chance? Wife's name Minnie and children, Joseph, Thomas, Angoline, Yony, Mary, Thomasina, Ida, Salvatore, Louisa and Angelo? Living on South Margin St in Massachusetts?

1920 United States Federal Census Recordinfo
about Enillio Pagliarulo
Name: Enillio Pagliarulo
[Emillio Pagliarulo]
Age: 43 years
Estimated birth year: abt 1877
Birthplace: Italy
Race: White
Home in 1920: Boston Ward 5, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Home owned: Own
Sex: Male
Marital status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Year of immigration: 1895
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Mother's Birth Place: Italy
Father's Birth Place: Italy
Image: 715

Were they from Treviso? If so, there could be another brother Pasquale.


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Re: Staffieri/Pagliarulo

Postby nuccia » 25 Feb 2006, 10:28

Here are some draft registration cards for Antonio. Lists Antonio's wife as Ada..all live in Boston.

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Recordinfo
about Antonia Pagliarulo
Name: Antonia Pagliarulo
City: East Boston
County: Suffolk
State: Massachusetts
Birth Date: 26 Mar 1874
Race: White
Roll: 1684760
DraftBoard: 1

There are a few Giuseppes and one Emilio as well.


I'll wait for your feedback before posting anything else just in case I'm not on the right track here! :lol:
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Re: Staffieri/Pagliarulo

Postby ricbru » 25 Feb 2006, 15:51

kindaru1 wrote:I am seeking info on my in-law's parents. Their names were Antonio Pagliarulo (db: 1874) and Adelaide Staffieri (Staffier?)(db: 1882). Adelaide had 5 sisters (one being Angela) and 3 brothers. Antonio had a brother (at least one) named Emil (Emilio?). Both came from the Naples area. I was able to locate an Angela Staffieri as coming to Ellis Island in 1906. It looks as though Angela may have been with some siblings..a Rocco and Olivia, however, I do not see sibling Adelaide listed. Antonio may have come to the states (Ellis Island) in 1902. If it's the same Antonio that I'm seeking, the one listed on the ship's manifest was going to visit a brother Guisseppe in Newark. However, according to Antonio's daughter, Florence, she doesnt remember Antonio having any other sibling other than Emilio.

Any info. would be appreciated!


Here what I found

Adelaide Staffiere

Occupation Peasant
Age 16
Sex F
Literacy N
Arrived 24 Jun 1897
Origin Italy
Port Naples
Last Residence Anzano-di-puglia
Destination Boston-ma
Plan Unknown
Ship Oregon
Passage Unknown


So you can try to contact civil record office and request "Certificato storico di famiglia" Family history certificate

Comune
Ufficio di Stato Civile
Piazza Municipio 1
982038 Anzano di Puglia (FG)
Italy

comuneanzanodipuglia@libero.it.

or contact

Archivio di Stato di Foggia

or rent Anzano di Puglia civil record microfilmto FHL (mormon church) nearest to you

here a church to contact for church records

There are three Rocco Staffieri

Rocco Staffieri

Occupation Shoemaker
Age 26
Sex M
Literacy U
Arrived 15 Jun 1892
Origin Italy
Port Gibraltar & Naples
Last Residence U
Destination New York
Plan Unknown
Ship California
Passage Unknown

http://ellisisland.org/search/shipManif ... 500195025&

and here there is another one

Rocco Staffieri

Occupation Cobbler
Age 39
Sex M
Literacy U
Arrived 3 Dec 1895
Origin Italy
Port Naples
Last Residence U
Destination New York
Plan Unknown
Ship California
Passage Unknown

http://ellisisland.org/search/shipManif ... 3118080220

Rocco Staffieri left Naples arrived to Ellis Island on 28 Jan 1905

Which one is yours?

I hope it helps, bye Riccardo :lol:

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Re: Staffieri/Pagliarulo

Postby suanj » 25 Feb 2006, 19:16

Hi, and this is the ship's manifest ofAdelaide, joining Antonio father in Boston.... regards, suanj
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Re: Staffieri/Pagliarulo

Postby suanj » 25 Feb 2006, 19:24

Were they from Treviso? If so, there could be another brother Pasquale

Nuccia the town is TreviCo in Avellino province... hoping helpful, suanj
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Re: Staffieri/Pagliarulo

Postby nuccia » 25 Feb 2006, 19:34

Thank You, Suanj,

I noticed a few manifests with Avellino as well but was confused :?

...see, we all learn here! :D :D

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Re: Staffieri/Pagliarulo

Postby kindaru1 » 25 Feb 2006, 21:09

THanks to all of you! What wonderful info you provided. I feel as though I am uncovering a treasure! I am unsure if Nuccia's info. re: Emilio is correct. I will have to contact the aunt (Antonio's daughter, Florence) to see if she remembers any more info about her father's family. As far as the ship info re: Adelaide, I think that is right on target! The aunt remembers her mother (Adelaide) as being about 16 when she came to the states. Plus, my mother-in-law (one of Antonio/Adelaide's 13 kids) said her mother told her stories about coming over on the ship and having a nanny brush her hair on the trip.
I will be talking to the aunt today and hopefully can get a little more info to get better clarification as to Antonio's draft potential and the Emilio question. My guess is that there were more brothers that the aunt may not remember.
The ultimate goal would be to find some living relatives in Italy and be able to come to Italy on our 10th anniversary to locate those relatives and see where exactly Antonio and Adelaide were from!


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