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Cavallero, Nicolini, Tassano....

Postby pink67 » 22 Apr 2006, 20:05

Ciao a tutti,
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I have a request just particular and difficult to grant :cry: but I think to try with you all because I see that you are very efficient and help many persons in their searches.....
I write from Italy and in the history of my family is told that an ancient relative of my great-grandmother, when already was ahead with the age had to moved in the USA called from her son who was emigrated there, in order to help him to raise his sons from the moment that he was widowed....
This woman with much displeasure left her country of origin (Sestri Levante - Province of Genoa) crying and fearing not to survive the crossing of the ocean.....
Instead, after many years my relatives known that women dead in USA when she was centenarian.... 8O
Sure between years 1900/1960.
Unfortunately I don’t have sure data of this my far relative, I can only imagine that some possible last names were Cavallero, Tassano, Nicolini....
Does exists a registry of deceased persons where can be controlled if women passed away with such this age ?
I have thought to ask the parish priest of the church of the country if I could give a glance to the birth or baptism registries but unfortunately he is very old with problems of health and hearing and I think it coul be very difficult ....

Someone could help me?

Laura :)

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Re: Cavallero, Nicolini, Tassano....

Postby brujaojos » 22 Apr 2006, 20:34

Hi Laura,

Can I ask you to be a little more specific? Here are the questions, I would like to you answer.

What is the woman's name you are looking for? We need her full name.

What is the woman's birth year?

What is the son's name that you mention?

What is the son's birth year?

Did the son come to the USA?

Did any other children come to the USA?

Do you know any relatives here in the USA the she was going to go visit?

Please get back to us for everyone here is willing to help.

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Re: Cavallero, Nicolini, Tassano....

Postby suanj » 22 Apr 2006, 20:50

pink67 wrote:Ciao a tutti,
:D :D :D
I have a request just particular and difficult to grant :cry: but I think to try with you all because I see that you are very efficient and help many persons in their searches.....
I write from Italy and in the history of my family is told that an ancient relative of my great-grandmother, when already was ahead with the age had to moved in the USA called from her son who was emigrated there, in order to help him to raise his sons from the moment that he was widowed....
This woman with much displeasure left her country of origin (Sestri Levante - Province of Genoa) crying and fearing not to survive the crossing of the ocean.....
Instead, after many years my relatives known that women dead in USA when she was centenarian.... 8O
Sure between years 1900/1960.
Unfortunately I don’t have sure data of this my far relative, I can only imagine that some possible last names were Cavallero, Tassano, Nicolini....
Does exists a registry of deceased persons where can be controlled if women passed away with such this age ?
I have thought to ask the parish priest of the church of the country if I could give a glance to the birth or baptism registries but unfortunately he is very old with problems of health and hearing and I think it coul be very difficult ....

Someone could help me?

Laura :)

Pink 67, praticamente dici che questa parente della bisnonna è partita da Sestri Levante per andare in USA dal figlio vedovo... va bene fin qui, cosa non si capisce è, che poichè è parente della tua bisnonna come fai a non avere il nome giusto e la data o l'anno di nascita? e dove viveva il figlio? e il nome del figlio...? bisogna avere dati certi per trovare qualcosa, così è impossibile, prova a chiedere in giro ai parenti, perchè solo i cognomi, (3!) senza anno di nascita e luogo e anno di emigrazione, come si fa.. è impossibile... prova a trovare altre info tra i parenti.. ciao, suanj
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Re: Cavallero, Nicolini, Tassano....

Postby pacha » 29 Apr 2006, 22:54

Ciao. Mio nonno si chiamava Francesco Nicolini (nato 1892-1896) e' mia nonna Rosa Sparacino (nato 1892-1896) e' sposato 1918. Francesco emigrato negli Stati Uniti nel 1915 (?) e' Rosa emigrato negli Stati Uniti nel 1901 (?) de Palermo. Qualora Lei ritenga che possiamo essere imparentati, Le sarei grato se vorra rispondere a questa lettera. Nel caso, invece, che fosse dell'avviso che non fossimo imparentati ma dovesse conoscere qualcuno che si chiama Nicolini / Sparacino che possa essere imparentato con me Le sarei grato se vorra' consegnare questa lettera a quella persona. Grazie molto. (pacha-v78@hotmail.com)

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Postby brujaojos » 30 Apr 2006, 00:07

pacha wrote:Ciao. Mio nonno si chiamava Francesco Nicolini (nato 1892-1896) e' mia nonna Rosa Sparacino (nato 1892-1896) e' sposato 1918. Francesco emigrato negli Stati Uniti nel 1915 (?) e' Rosa emigrato negli Stati Uniti nel 1901 (?) de Palermo. Qualora Lei ritenga che possiamo essere imparentati, Le sarei grato se vorra rispondere a questa lettera. Nel caso, invece, che fosse dell'avviso che non fossimo imparentati ma dovesse conoscere qualcuno che si chiama Nicolini / Sparacino che possa essere imparentato con me Le sarei grato se vorra' consegnare questa lettera a quella persona. Grazie molto. (pacha-v78@hotmail.com)


Hi there,

By any chance did your family settle in New Orleans?

I found this Frank (Francesco) and Rose (Rosa) in the 1930 Census. Per this census, Frank came about 1913 and already Petitioned for Naturalization. Frank and Rosa were married about 1918. They had two sons, Santo (b.1922) and August (b.1924).

Name: Frank Nickolino
Age: 31
Estimated birth year: abt 1899
Birthplace: Italy
Relation to head-of-house: Head
Spouse's Name: Rose Nickolino
Race: White
Home in 1930: New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana
Image source: Year: 1930; Census Place: New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana; Roll: 808; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 161; Image: 367.0.


Here is the information from the 1920 census. Per this census, Francesco came in 1915 and Rosa came in 1901. Francesco was already naturalized by 1918. Plus this census shows a daughter, Josephine born 1919.

Name: Frank Nicolini
Age: 23 years
Estimated birth year: abt 1897
Birthplace: Italy
Race: White
Home in 1920: New Orleans Ward 11, Orleans, Louisiana
Home owned: Rent
Sex: Male
Marital status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Year of immigration: 1915
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Mother's Birth Place: Italy
Father's Birth Place: Italy
Image: 1235
Image Source: Year: 1920; Census Place: New Orleans Ward 11, Orleans, Louisiana; Roll: T625_622; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 184; Image: 1235

I believe this is Francesco's Death Information

New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949 Record
Name: Frank Nicolini
Age: 49
Death Date: Apr 1946
Page: 2628
Volume: 222

Here is the marriage information

New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925
Name: Rosa Sparanino
Spouse: Francisco Nicolini
Age: 24
Age: 22
Gender: F
Marriage Date: 19 Jun 1918

Here is the draft card information
Name: Frank Nicolini
City: New Orleans
County: Orleans
State: Louisiana
Birthplace: Italy
Birth Date: 25 Dec 1895
Race: Caucasian
Roll: 1684923
DraftBoard: 10


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Postby brujaojos » 30 Apr 2006, 00:44

Hi Everybody,

I need another set of eyes of someone that has ancestry.com. I believe this is the Francesco Nicolini the Poster is asking about, and I know the age doesn't match up. HOWEVER, is someone can look at the manifest, it looks like his age is 21 and not 27. Can someone check for me?

Thanks
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Name: Francesco Nicolini
Arrival Date: 29 Sep 1913
Age: 27 Years
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1886
Gender: Male
Ethnic Background: Italian (South)
Port of Departure: Naples, Italy
Ship Name: America
Port of Arrival: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Friend's Name: Pietro Nicolini
Last Residence: Italy
Birthplace: Lenacalle, Italy
Microfilm Roll Number: T840_120
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Postby pacha » 30 Apr 2006, 01:40

:) Hi and Thanks to everyone helping me. This latest info seems to verify all that has been posted so far. Since I am not a member of ancestry (can't afford it)--it has been really difficult trying to tie all the info together. Yet, this is who I am and my heritage. Yes a couple of the Nicolini boys (one being my dad-August) did live in suburb of New Orleans. HOW do I now find out Francesco and Rosa' parents names and their place/city of origin? Your replies have meant the world to me. Ciao.

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Postby nuccia » 30 Apr 2006, 02:02

Trish,

I am going to begin linking the information you posted above. Once I've done it, please view to ensure its correct, please.

Nikolino 1930 census

http://img141.imageshack.us/img141/2774/imagex1iv.gif

1920 census

http://img137.imageshack.us/img137/1048/imagex2vt.gif

draft card info:

http://img142.imageshack.us/img142/874/imagex0hn.gif

I'll check the last one in a few minutes. Imageshack is acting up.

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Postby nuccia » 30 Apr 2006, 02:08

Hi Again...

Trish needs help in determining Franks age. Please veiw!

http://img146.imageshack.us/img146/9120 ... rge2qf.gif

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Postby pacha » 30 Apr 2006, 02:27

:?: :?: Where is Lenacalle --- cannot find it -- please advise (Italy or Sicily) Thanks

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Postby Marisa6 » 30 Apr 2006, 02:33

If its the Nicolini on line five I'd say it looks like 27.

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Postby pacha » 30 Apr 2006, 02:40

Hi. Seems on 1920 US Census Frank and Rosa --- under column oc citizenship had NA 1918????

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Postby pacha » 30 Apr 2006, 02:41

1920 Census shows Francesco (Frank) as 23 and Rosa as 20?

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Postby pacha » 30 Apr 2006, 02:46

On 1930 Census -- for naturalization it shows PA --- HELP!!!!!

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Re: Cavallero, Nicolini, Tassano....

Postby brujaojos » 30 Apr 2006, 03:07

Hi Everyone,

First I have to say, NUCCIA - THANK YOU for posting all the records for me!!!! I really do appreciate it!!!:)

To the Poster,

Don't worry about what the census states about Francesco with the different Naturalization Dates. Just remember that it was people like you and me trying to obtain information from people who couldn't speak English well, so dates, spellings of names, etc.... all can be a little incorrect. This is why you need proof.

Now you do have some good clues from the census. And I would like to assume (which I really hate to do) that Francesco (Frank) was naturalized sometime between 1917-1930. The reason being is that most immigrants became naturalized citizens once they registered with the WWI Draft.

So you can try to get Francesco's Naturalization Records.

You also can try to get the death certificate of Francesco from Louisiana
This might list his parents' names. Here is the link on how to get a death certificate.
http://www.dhh.louisiana.gov/offices/pa ... etail=6489

I also found this person coming into the New Orleans Port
Italian Passengers to Louisiana, 1905-10 Record
about Giorlando Nicolino
Name: Giorlando Nicolino
Arrival Date: 21 Jan 1906
Age/Gender/Marital Status: 40/m/s
Native Country/Town: Campareale
Destination: N.O.,La.
Ship: vincenzon-Florio
Occupation: farmer

The town mentioned above is Camporeale, Palermo, Sicily, Italy.

Also, here is some other information for you. The death information for August Nicolini

Name: August Nicolini
Last Residence: 70003 Metairie, Jefferson, Louisiana,
Born: 6 Jun 1924
Died: Oct 1976

I hope some of this helps,
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