Inmigration of Calogero Cicala

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Inmigration of Calogero Cicala

Postby aabruno » 17 Apr 2007, 18:28

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I am looking for the Ellis Island emigration of Calogero Cicala around 1899. He would be around 40 years old (born in 1860) from the home town of Sciacca, Sicilia and going to Norristown, PA. His cousin or brother Accursio Cicala is already living in Norristown in 1899. I believe Calogero is traveling alone because his wife and kids come in 1900.

Can someone help me find his inmigration?

Thanks!
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Re: Inmigration of Calogero Cicala

Postby vj » 17 Apr 2007, 19:31

Anthony, this may be it. Valarie
1899 manifest
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Re: Inmigration of Calogero Cicala

Postby aabruno » 17 Apr 2007, 20:13

This is it!!! Thats him. I wonder if he is really a brother as it says...I thought he was a cousin. Unless they have to say brother or sister to get into the country....

I have his birth/baptism record from Sciacca and he has different parents...

Thanks for finding the record!!

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Re: Inmigration of Calogero Cicala

Postby aabruno » 17 Apr 2007, 21:26

I have Calogero and his wife Angela living in Norristown PA in the 1920 census but not the 1910. They would have children named Angelo, Giuseppe, maria, Giovanna, Paul, and Joseph...

Can someone find them in the 1910 census?

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Re: Inmigration of Calogero Cicala

Postby vj » 17 Apr 2007, 21:43

Anthony, this may be it.
Under Calagere Charlie
Used a no name search in Norristown,
born in Italy abt 1860. vj

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Re: Inmigration of Calogero Cicala

Postby aabruno » 18 Apr 2007, 12:24

Grazie mille!!!
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Re: Inmigration of Calogero Cicala

Postby jmpontino » 06 Feb 2012, 03:48

Hope you will get this, since the original post was several years ago. Calogero Cicala was my maternial great grandfather. He was married to Angela Barone, and yes he did come alone at first and then went back for his family. Their children were Anna Saladino (my grandmother), Maria Di Carlo, Jovanna Maltesa (Jenny), Josephine Cusumano, Paul Cicala, Joseph Cicala and Calogero Cicala (died from whooping cough as a child) He lived in Norristown for the remainder of his life. I'm sorry but I do not know any of his other family members. My mother and her siblings are all deceased so I have no one to ask.
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Re: Inmigration of Calogero Cicala

Postby aabruno » 09 Jul 2014, 02:09

Just saw this (2 years later).... Yes, Calogero was son of Giuseppe Cicala (1814) and Ana Santangelo - married in 1847. Giuseppe was brother to my Benedetto Cicala (1811). Their parents were Antonino Cicala and Giovanna Iacono. Looks like Antonino might have died prematurly (1814-1820) as I have not found other chirldren and the death of Antonino from 1820+.
Need to get Antonino and Giovana's wedding record around 1809 in Sciacca and/or his death record in the Parrocchia San Michele Arcangelo in Sciacca.
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