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Digioia/Cuccio

Postby maryrose » 17 May 2007, 01:52

Antonio Digioia was born sept 1891.. I made a mistake. I found this ...Franceco Cuccio 1820 to 1957 records.. born in Italy arr: NY NY. Parents: Carmelo Cuccio & Maria Micel. Could be right??? I was told many folks from Bari left from Naples. I am sure my moms 1/2 sister has a death cert I just was given by a member of my yahoo genealogy. thanks for any help. :oops:
Death cert has Mary Degioia
1930 bronx census has my family with Digeoia/ I am sure cause it lists all 4 girls and my grandmother. He has NA but hers is AL..so it seems she was not naturalized then.

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Re: Digioia/Cuccio

Postby nuccia » 17 May 2007, 12:28

maryrose,

I'm sorry but did I miss a post? Are you trying to reply to another post? If so, you don't need to start a new topic..just scroll down to the post reply icon and click it. Then write your answer and hit submit. All the messages will stay on one thread making it easier to follow. I posted the manifest info you requested in another post..

Here's the link..

http://italiangenealogy.tardio.com/Foru ... =6830.html
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Re: Digioia/Cuccio

Postby maryrose » 09 Jun 2007, 21:44

Nuccia I am new to this stuff and cannot figure out where i need to be and how to use the features. 60 and still not good at doing stuff. Sorry and thanks for helping. vj got the draft card online so anyone can see his signature. It did not match the manifest and darn if i put in all i know why is it so hard. ty Roseanne (the 1/2 white girl) my mom was so dumb. Did not teach me Italian and got me a dad with roots back to the 1300's

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Re: Digioia/Cuccio

Postby vj » 09 Jun 2007, 21:58

Hey :D
Don't worry about it, you're doing great.
You're pretty easy to keep track of :wink:
Don't believe immigrants signed anything
on their manifests - don't let his signature
get in your way.
OK?
Valarie :)

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Re: Digioia/Cuccio

Postby nuccia » 10 Jun 2007, 01:30

maryrose,

I also agree..you're doing great. No need to apologize and please, if you have any questions or problems, feel free to ask us for help.

I can merge your two posts if you like to make them one, but I'll leave that up to you. Just let me know. :D
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Re: Digioia/Cuccio

Postby wldspirit » 10 Jun 2007, 04:50

On the home page, at the top, click on "Community Forums", this will take you to an index.....click on "Italian Genealogy", and then it is just a matter of scrolling down the page til you see your post........
hope this helps!!

And a warm welcome to the forum!!

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Re: Digioia/Cuccio

Postby maryrose » 18 Jun 2007, 07:44

I cannot believe there are 64 catholic churches in Bronx and i have called only 12. I appreciate all the help i can get. I wish i had family or friends in NY. I would go and check out old st raymond's cemetery.

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Re: Digioia/Cuccio

Postby wldspirit » 18 Jun 2007, 09:13

Hi Mary......
Have you checked this site:

http://www.findagrave.com/index.html


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Re: Digioia/Cuccio

Postby wldspirit » 18 Jun 2007, 09:21

Here is a link to order a search for records.....but it's costly!!!!!!! 8O
http://mang9019.tripod.com/StRays/id80.htm

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