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Postby ptimber » 04 Sep 2002, 01:46

you do not say what your research objectives are. ASre you interested in past or current relatives, or perhaps documents and of whom? Go to www.paginebianche.it for current residents in town surnamed Tucciarone whom you may wish to contact. Peter

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Postby ptimber » 04 Sep 2002, 03:18

Go to www.fasmily search.org and look under Search for ancestors. Peter

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anytime. Peter

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anytime. Peter

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Re: Tucciarone

Postby emmakate » 18 Aug 2005, 09:39

I'm not sure if this conversation is still alive, but my grandmother was a Tucciarone from Scauri (a small seaside village near Minturno.) Her name was Catherine, born approx. 1907. Her father was Raymond and her mother was Rose. She emigrated to the US in approx. 1927 with my grandfather, Joseph Signore, an American who parents were from Minturno. They lived in Rochester, Pennsylvania (Beaver County - 40 miles northwest of Pittsburgh) from 1927 until their deaths in 1994 and 2001.
I'm looking for information on my grandmother's family. Her family (including brother Natale, sisters Pacifica, Asunti and Caroline) emigrated to Buenas Aires, Argentina sometime in the 1930s or 1940s. I'm curious about why they went there and if anyone is left in Scauri. Thank you so much.

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Re: Tucciarone

Postby mfjp » 18 Aug 2005, 10:19

Welcome to the forum.

Here is a fairly recent link to the Tucciarone conversation...

http://italiangenealogy.tardio.com/inde ... c&start=15

Lots of info here... she'll be glad you posted.

sue1anne where are you?

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Re: Tucciarone

Postby sue1anne » 19 Aug 2005, 20:53

Thanks for notifying me, Maria. I have Signores in my family line also. Mary Ricci, sister-in-law of Joseph Tucciarone, married Emil Signore from Minturno. I don't know about Argentina connections, but Emil was from Minturno. The fact that both these families were all in Rochester must be more than coincidence.

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Re: Tucciarone

Postby emmakate » 20 Aug 2005, 01:51

This is so amazing! My grandfater was Joseph Emil Signore (lived in Rochester from age 5 to age 95). He was named after his uncle - Emil Signore, who was a barber in North Rochester! How are Mary Ricci and Joseph Tucciarone related again? This is very interesting. sue1anne, did you see my longer post on the other Tucciarone page? That explains more about my family's history.

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Re: Tucciarone

Postby VaDeb » 20 Aug 2005, 01:54

Wonderful to see "cousins" connecting.

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Re: Tucciarone

Postby sue1anne » 23 Nov 2005, 23:31

Sorry I've been gone so long! Lots of things going on at home that needed my attention. My husband quit his job and is going to truck driving school, my 17 year old is struggling to graduate and is attending high school and community college (at my expense), and I am still taking college classes. We will all be smarter, but dirt poor!

As for the Tucciarones, I found the following in the 1910 PA census. I'm sure this is my family, but the names are very confusing due to mistakes:

Name: David Tgrtana
Birthplace: Italy
State: PA
Age: 36
Color: W
Enumeration District: 0053
Visit: 0112
County: Beaver, Rochester
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place
Wife Pasgtleur 35 Italy
Daughter Mary 18 Italy
Son Joseph 16 Italy
Son John 17 Italy
Daughter Franses 20 Italy
Daughter Mary 19 Italy

Since Mariano was born in 1892, it is possible the first (18 year old) Mary should be a son, Marion.

Still no luck in finding this family in the Ellis Island records though.

Christina

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Re: Tucciarone

Postby sue1anne » 24 Nov 2005, 00:08

<quote>I'm not sure if this conversation is still alive, but my grandmother was a Tucciarone from Scauri (a small seaside village near Minturno.) Her name was Catherine, born approx. 1907. Her father was Raymond and her mother was Rose. She emigrated to the US in approx. 1927 with my grandfather, Joseph Signore, an American who parents were from Minturno. They lived in Rochester, Pennsylvania (Beaver County - 40 miles northwest of Pittsburgh) from 1927 until their deaths in 1994 and 2001.
I'm looking for information on my grandmother's family. Her family (including brother Natale, sisters Pacifica, Asunti and Caroline) emigrated to Buenas Aires, Argentina sometime in the 1930s or 1940s. I'm curious about why they went there and if anyone is left in Scauri. Thank you so much. </quote>

emmakate, Emilio Signore, who I believe is possibly the son of your Joseph Signore, married Mary Ricci, the sister of my great-grandmother, Catherine Ricci Tucciarone.

Check my website http://www2.tribalpages.com/tribe/brows ... rand=22647

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Re: Tucciarone

Postby sue1anne » 24 Nov 2005, 00:14

<quote>This is so amazing! My grandfater was Joseph Emil Signore (lived in Rochester from age 5 to age 95). He was named after his uncle - Emil Signore, who was a barber in North Rochester! How are Mary Ricci and Joseph Tucciarone related again? This is very interesting. sue1anne, did you see my longer post on the other Tucciarone page? That explains more about my family's history.</quote>

emmakate, please email me at sue1anne@gmail.com

We are definitely related and I have a lot of information on this family from Rochester. Maybe we can fill each other in on missing links and info.

sue1anne

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Re: Tucciarone

Postby mfjp » 24 Nov 2005, 00:16

Here is the census record you mentioned...

http://img335.imageshack.us/img335/8772/1910cens9do.gif

Name: David Tzrtana
Age in 1910: 36
Estimated birth year: abt 1874
Home in 1910: Rochester Twp, Beaver, Pennsylvania
Race: White
Gender: Male
Image Source: Year: 1910; Census Place: Rochester Twp, Beaver, Pennsylvania; Series: T624; Roll: 1311; Page: 167B; Enumeration District: 53; Part: 2; Line: 17.

Nice to see you back!!

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Re: Tucciarone

Postby sue1anne » 24 Nov 2005, 01:51

They are living on Vermont Avenue in 1910, just down the street from Connecticut Avenue where they lived in 1920. Occupations show factory work, which follows what I have. They worked for Fry Glass Company in Rochester.

Now to find those elusive manifests! At least I'm one step closer.

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Re: Tucciarone

Postby mfjp » 24 Nov 2005, 02:40

You mean to tell me that....

Name: David Tzrtana... Age in 1910: age 36 in the census record just recently placed is... supposed to be David Tucciarone?

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