LPC...what does that mean

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LPC...what does that mean

Postby lp1981dj » 18 Nov 2006, 04:00

Hi everyone....
I have a question if anyone out there might know the answer to. I have posted on here before asking for help about finding things about the Conigliaro's. I thank you all for that.
My new question is- while duing my research I found out that Pietro Conigliaro came to the United States in May of 1910 but was deported in June 6, 1910. I found a document stating information. In the box that says reason for detainment there was the letter LPC. I was wondering if anyone would know what that meant.

Thanks.

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Re: LPC...what does that mean

Postby DonnaPellegrin » 18 Nov 2006, 04:01

Likely Public Charge

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Re: LPC...what does that mean

Postby Esperanza » 18 Nov 2006, 04:07

A Guide to Interpreting Passenger List Annotations

"Manifest Markings" link

Donna is correct,

Here's a link

Likely Public Charge

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Re: LPC...what does that mean

Postby lp1981dj » 18 Nov 2006, 06:01

Thanks for the info. Even back then the Conigliaro's in my family was getting in trouble and having to be sent to the "principles office" for some sort of hearing.

Thanks again,
Carlie


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