Angelo SIMONELLI, born 1857 NOLA Italy (ALLOCCA)

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Angelo SIMONELLI, born 1857 NOLA Italy (ALLOCCA)

Postby uwannafreshone » 12 Feb 2007, 00:16

Seeking more information on my great great grandfather ANGELO SIMONELLI (born 1857 died sometime in early 1900's, not sure though), especially anything about his parents. He lived in Nola Italy before coming to Brooklyn in the U.S.

Angelo married Concetta ALLOCCA. Children stemming from this marriage include son's Carmine and Rafaelle, and daughters Fortunas and one other that i'm unsure of on the name.

If anybody knows anything about any of these families it would be a great help.

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Dave Simonelli
Researching(Simonelli, Allocca, Dellegalle, Sokach, Bakker)

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Re: Angelo SIMONELLI, born 1857 NOLA Italy (ALLOCCA)

Postby Biff83 » 12 Feb 2007, 00:28

Strong ship manifest candidates

Vessel--Citta di Milano arriving New York 18 June 1905
Line 3--Passenger Angelo Simonelli, yob about 1857, occupation mason
Last residence Nola
Destination Brooklyn, NY to join son Carmine
Travelling with wife Concetta, age 42 and
daughters Carmela, age 14, Fortuna, age 11 and son Raffaele, age 8

http://www.ellisisland.org/EIFile/popup ... &line=0003

And the same person on the Cretic arriving 15 June 1907

http://www.ellisisland.org/search/shipM ... 2003010221
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Re: Angelo SIMONELLI, born 1857 NOLA Italy (ALLOCCA)

Postby uwannafreshone » 15 Feb 2007, 22:44

That's definately him. He came over twice. Thanks.
Still looking for any information on Angelo's and Concetta's parents and siblings.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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