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Postby ptimber » 01 Feb 2003, 17:43

Did you check for Philomena Pettrullo under her maiden name Petrullo?Italian woman do not lose their identity upon marriage. Insofar as Angelo Germano is concerned, I did a cursory check and I believe the town should have been spelt PISIGNANO which is a suburb for two towns in Italy. One in Puglia and the other is in Emilia Romagna. The one town in Province of Ravenna is Cervia, Postal code 48015 and the other town is in the province of Lecce. Cervia has residents with Germano surname but the town in province of Lecce does not. Go to www.paginebianche.it and insert Germano in the first line and Pisignano in the third line and click CERCA. Get back to me. Peter

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Postby ptimber » 01 Feb 2003, 18:30

By the way Philomena is spelt with an F in Italian. Is is possible she had another first name? Peter

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Postby lrgxxx » 05 May 2007, 17:14

Ho Gerri,
I also have Germano's in Sicignano Degli Alburni.
My Grandmother Rosaria Mazziotti (Malziotti) Rocco was born to Sabato Mazziotti and Maria L. Germano in 1873. and came to America in 1911.
They first were in Utica, NY and finally settled in Poughkeepsie, NY
Other surnames connected with Germano are ROCCO, SEPOLPO, ZAMMIELLO,
If any of these names are familiar It would be nice to get in touch
Linda Gallo
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