Italian Given Name: Lucio

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Italian Given Name: Lucio

Postby DeborahLar » 11 Dec 2006, 18:25

My Grandmother Santa Buono had an older brother Lucio. Does anyone know the American name Lucio might have used? Also I am guessing that their orginal surname was Del'Buono and that they shortened the name after settling in Easton, PA. Any guesses on where in Southern Italy they may have came from?

I appreciate any suggestions.

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Re: Italian Given Name: Lucio

Postby vj » 11 Dec 2006, 18:56

Hi!
So we don't duplicate your efforts,
what US records do you already have for
Lucio?
Census? Military?
Plenty of people here to help :D
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from Termini?
possible 1905 manifest
lines 6-9
Anna Pizzuto, 38 (abt 1867)
- last residence Termini
- destination Easton, PA
- joining husband/father Giuseppe at 208 S 3rd Ave
Lucio Buono, 11 (abt 1894)
Francesca/o Buono, 8 (abt 1897)
Santa Buono, 4 (abt 1901)

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(note: there is another 1905 manifest w/2 more children - all did not sail)

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Re: Italian Given Name: Lucio

Postby vj » 11 Dec 2006, 20:36

second trip to US
possible 1909 manifest
page 2
7 Feb 1909 SS San Giorgio Palermo to NY
lines 3-8
Anna Pizzuto, 42 (abt 1866)
- joining husband Giuseppe Di Buono in Easton
- all born in Termini, Palermo
Giovanni Di Buono, 16 (did not sail)
Lucio Di Buono, 14 (abt 1894)
Francesca Di Buono, 12 (abt 1896)
Santa Di Buono, 8 (abt 1900)
Giuseppe Di Buono, 3 (abt 1905) (sailed?)

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Re: Italian Given Name: Lucio

Postby DeborahLar » 26 Oct 2007, 12:22

All I had was the ships manifest. I was curious how Lucio translates to English. Is it Louis?

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Re: Italian Given Name: Lucio

Postby vj » 26 Oct 2007, 14:46

From behind the name

LUCIO
Gender: Masculine
Usage: Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of LUCIUS

Lucio could have been Americanized to Louis/Lewis,
But Luke/Lucas/Lucius may be more likely.

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Re: Italian Given Name: Lucio

Postby DeborahLar » 06 Nov 2007, 03:34

Is it safe to assume that Anna Pizzuto was going back and forth from Easton PA to Italy? It looks like she came over for the first time in 1905 went back to Italy and returned to the US in 1909. Are there records for people leaving the US as well or only there arrivals here? Also in 1909 there is a line drawn through Giovanni's name. Does this mean he did not sail?

Deborah Aceto Larsen

Researching Aceto, Ruocco, Martorellia, Apuzzo, Buono aka Lo Buono and Del Buono, Luzzi, Pizzuto. :)

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Re: Italian Given Name: Lucio

Postby nuccia » 06 Nov 2007, 08:07

Unfortunately, there are no records of people leaving the US that I know of at this time...only arrivals.

When a line is crossed out on a manifest it general means that the person either did not sail or was detained for some reason and may have been added to the manifest of the next ship arriving.

For more help with manifest markings, see this page..

http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/manifests/name/

Lots of great information on it.

Hope this helps.
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