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DUBINI

Postby zecchino » 09 Jun 2006, 03:17

Hello all,
Looking for my greatgrandad, last name Dubini. I know he came from Lombardia but can't find the exact place where he was born. To make it harder, he was born before 1866.
Any clues?
Thanks!
Mariah

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Postby jcsm400 » 09 Jun 2006, 03:33

Hi Mariah,

Can you please provide his 1st name and approx year of birth? Did he immigrate to the US? Do you know when? Where he settled? Wife's name & any children names? What documentation do you already have for him?The more information you can provide, the better chances for finding information on him.

Waiting to hear from you.....

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Re: DUBINI

Postby zecchino » 09 Jun 2006, 03:48

Hey jscm!
Thanx for the fast reply!
His name was Giuseppe, emigrated to Argentina around 1875. We are not sure when he was born, we think was in 1858 or 1859. When he left Italy he was still single. I have his wedding and death certificates but nothing said about his birthplace. According to L'Italia dei Cognome, the name does come from the Como region, where we suppose he is from. I ve written to several parrishes with negative results. FamilySearch gives Cermenate and Como as possible places, but they have no registry of him.
So im quite lost!

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Postby wldspirit » 09 Jun 2006, 06:48

Have you tried this site?

http://www.italians-world.org/Italy/BancaDatiGb.htm

Also, member brujajos has given great links for research on Italians in Argentina......maybe you could pm her.........

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Postby jcsm400 » 09 Jun 2006, 07:21

If you don't find him on the site that wldspirit provided, I think you should still try & get his immigration to Argentina information.

Although a guide to Jewish research in Argentina, this site should point you in the direction to get the information.

http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/argentina.html

And since "Brujajos" is a professional genealogist, do pm her. She has great advice.

Good luck in your research!

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Re: DUBINI

Postby jcsm400 » 09 Jun 2006, 07:45

Hi Mariah,

Meant to give this link earlir, but forgot!

Distribiution map for surname DUBINI

http://www.gens.labo.net/en/cognomi/genera.html

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Re: DUBINI

Postby ricbru » 09 Jun 2006, 11:56

zecchino wrote:Hey jscm!
Thanx for the fast reply!
His name was Giuseppe, emigrated to Argentina around 1875. We are not sure when he was born, we think was in 1858 or 1859. When he left Italy he was still single. I have his wedding and death certificates but nothing said about his birthplace. According to L'Italia dei Cognome, the name does come from the Como region, where we suppose he is from. I ve written to several parrishes with negative results. FamilySearch gives Cermenate and Como as possible places, but they have no registry of him.
So im quite lost!


Hello Zecchino,
if you have his wedding record, you dhould find his age and hid parents names.
With his parents name you can try to contact Archivio di Stato di Como, where there are saved the military draft card.
This kind of document will bring you to the right date and place of birth

Archivio di Stato di Como
http://wwwdb.archivi.beniculturali.it/S ... %22COMO%22

I hope it helps, bye
Riccardo

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Re: DUBINI

Postby suanj » 09 Jun 2006, 14:42

zecchino wrote:Hello all,
Looking for my greatgrandad, last name Dubini. I know he came from Lombardia but can't find the exact place where he was born. To make it harder, he was born before 1866.
Any clues?
Thanks!
Mariah

Mariah are 2 Giuseppe probable records... that came in Argentina:

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Cognome
DUBINI

Nome
GIUSEPPE

Parentela


Età
26

Sesso
M

Stato civile
Sposato/a

Professione
AGRICULTOR

Religione
Cattolico

Porto d'imbarco
GENOVA

Nave
J. CARLITO

Data d'arrivo
13-01-1884

Istruzione
Non sa

Classe
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Cognome
DUBINI

Nome
GIUSEPPE

Parentela


Età
30

Sesso
M

Stato civile
Sposato/a

Professione
JORNALERO

Religione
Cattolico

Porto d'imbarco
0

Nave
REGINA MARGHERITA

Data d'arrivo
24-09-1886

Istruzione
Sa

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Re: DUBINI

Postby zecchino » 11 Jun 2006, 05:01

Hello all!
Thanx a lot for all the advices!
I've checked all the records available here in Argentina, but didn't find anything useful, only the age and nationality ("Italian")in the certificates, so i can't even be sure of his exact birth date.
Suanj, those Giuseppes you mention would have great chances of being my ggf, but they were already married when they arrived.
I 'll write the Archivio di Como, wish me luck, i need it!
mariah

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Re: DUBINI

Postby suanj » 11 Jun 2006, 15:14

Hi mariah, yes already married, but this database start from 1882 and are all emigrants arrived in Buenos Aires port, so your ancestor came before 1882... however this Dubini surname is also in Ticino italian (Italian Switzerland).... so you wait the Como Archive reply and after you can to analyze better the search.. regards, suanj
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