suanj, Biff, nuccia, wldspirit, vj, et. al- Opinion Needed

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suanj, Biff, nuccia, wldspirit, vj, et. al- Opinion Needed

Postby MrB327 » 18 Apr 2007, 15:28

Hello,
Would you folks make a definitive connection from the info below?

I found an IGI record on this family and want to know if I could definitively link them to mine. It just seems like much more than a coincidence. They are all from San Vincenzo La Costa in Cosenza, Calabria.

Giuseppe Ciancio b. 1846
Carolina Presta b. 1848
m. 1866

children:
Angela Luisa b. 1867
Concetta R. b. 1877
Saverio b. 1879-1880
Maria Rosaria b. 1881
Francesco G. b. 1884
Maria Vincenza b. 1887

Now here's what I know for sure:

-My GG-grandmother was Luisa Ciancio (birthday unknown) and she had a sister named Rosaria.
-I know Rosaria's birth year is 1881.
-When Rosaria's husband (Angelo Ricchio) immigrated to the US in 1903 he came with a man named Francesco Ciancio (b. 1884).
-On Rosaria's manifest her named is listed as "M. Rosaria Ciancio" and her passage was paid by her father "Giuseppe".

I'm pretty sure a lot of Italian women went by their middle names so maybe my Luisa was really named Angela Luisa. I know her sister Rosaria listed her name as M. Rosaria on her manifest which could be the Maria Rosaria listed above.

Is this more than a coincidence or do you think I need more info for a definite link?

Thanks For Your Help,
Brian
Researching Ciancio, Panza and Ricchio families in San Vincenzo La Costa, Calabria.

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Re: suanj, Biff, nuccia, wldspirit, vj, et. al- Opinion Need

Postby Biff83 » 18 Apr 2007, 19:08

Brian,

Please check your in box. I sent you a PM.

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