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Termini Imerese, Sicily

Postby Pistorio » 13 Jun 2007, 17:49

Hi all,

Im looking for anyone with the fallowing surnames from Termini Imerese, Sicily.....they are my direct lines...

Pistorio, Balsamo,
Costa, Demma,
Gentile, Bova,
Russo, Sansone,
Iannarino, Mantia,
Cavaleri, Granata,
Papania, LaScola,
Sansone, Barone,
Tedesco, Stariano,
Palmisano, Coppola,
Mascolino, Gaeta,
Mastrili, D'Angela,
Zodia, Cavera,
Curreri, Giardina, and
Pinto/LoPinto

Thank You
Rose

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Re: Termini Imerese, Sicily

Postby JamesBianco » 14 Jun 2007, 00:58

Rose, have you contacted Laura who maintains a Termini Imerese genealogy website located here???

She is a very sweet lady with a lot of information on the town and the genealogy of its inhabitants. She has also extracted thousands of Civil Records (although she charges a fee to access them, I believe $50 a year).

Perhaps if you contacted her directly via email she may be able to connect you with others researching your families.

Jim Bianco :D

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Re: Termini Imerese, Sicily

Postby Pistorio » 14 Jun 2007, 02:09

Yes James,

Thank You, Laura is the main reason I have gotten so far in my genealogy, in little over a year. She is a GREAT woman, and does an awsome job with the Termini Imerese site, database, etc. etc. etc.



Thanks again,
Rose

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Re: Termini Imerese, Sicily

Postby beannarino » 27 Jan 2009, 18:15

Pistorio wrote:Hi all,

Im looking for anyone with the fallowing surnames from Termini Imerese, Sicily.....they are my direct lines...

Pistorio, Balsamo,
Costa, Demma,
Gentile, Bova,
Russo, Sansone,
Iannarino, Mantia,
Cavaleri, Granata,
Papania, LaScola,
Sansone, Barone,
Tedesco, Stariano,
Palmisano, Coppola,
Mascolino, Gaeta,
Mastrili, D'Angela,
Zodia, Cavera,
Curreri, Giardina, and
Pinto/LoPinto

Thank You
Rose


Rose I'm an Eannarino. Years ago the DMV changed my great grandfathers name to Eannarino by accident. How are you tied to the Iannarino's?

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Re: Termini Imerese, Sicily

Postby Pistorio » 27 Jan 2009, 19:01

Hi beannarino,
All the surnames I listed are my direct lines. Iannarino are my 3rd or 4th great grand parents. I dont have my files in front of me at the moment. Is your Iannarino family from Termini ? How far back do you have your Iannarino family? maybe we can compare notes when I come back from NY.

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Re: Termini Imerese, Sicily

Postby Gtownma » 08 Feb 2009, 01:34

I have the same surnames you have. The families came over from Termini to St. Louis and Memphis areas. It is my husband, John Sansone's, lines.

I also got most of my info from the Termini site with Laura.

Tina Smith Sansone

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Re: Termini Imerese, Sicily

Postby Pistorio » 08 Feb 2009, 21:53

Hi Tina, your one of the first to help me...

urbanndnwoman@yahoo.com


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Re: Termini Imerese, Sicily

Postby Pistorio » 08 Feb 2009, 21:59

oh please feel free to email me any time you like, Im sure your husband and I are related


Rose

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Re: Termini Imerese, Sicily

Postby beannarino » 17 Dec 2009, 21:17

Rose-

I can ties my great grandparents back to Termini Imerese. Unfotunatley no one remembers anything and I cannot get much more deatils out of my grand parents brothers.

Brett

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Re: Termini Imerese, Sicily

Postby sal4 » 18 Dec 2009, 23:47

Hi Pistorio.........My husbands Grandfather is Antonio Costa from Ramacca, Sicily and his Grandmother is Francesca Sansone and she is from from Termini Imerese, Sicily........Antonio settled in Cleveland, Ohio and Francesca settle in Ill. & then after her 1st husband was murdered she was brought to Cleveland to married Antonio.......There about 16 children between them.............Both were born in the 1800's........... Sal4
Looking for surnames Iasalvatore (Salvatore), Tartaglia, Rosetta, Consola, Di Muccio, Castellano, Montanaro, Dipaolo, Costa, Sansone, Giudicianni and Laudato.

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Re: Termini Imerese, Sicily

Postby johnlabarbera » 21 Jan 2010, 02:33

Hi Pistorio

My great grandmother is Giuseppa Gentile she immigrated to New Orleans in the late 1800's, her father was Salvatore Gentile but I believe he was actually from Palermo. Her mother was a Battaglia from Termini.

John

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Re: Termini Imerese, Sicily

Postby erika » 04 May 2011, 02:07

I have the surnames Bova and Eannarino (Iannarino) in my family line. I have been looking for anything showing family further back than my great-great grandfather, my GG Grandfather was Augustino Bova and he was married to Marie (Eannarino) Bova, I believe Augustino's parents were Phillip Bova and Antetva Busaten, all from Termini, they immigrated to the USA in the late 1880's. Any info would be hugely appreciated.

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Re: Termini Imerese, Sicily

Postby Adgarharrison » 14 Sep 2011, 09:56

You can also visit www.myitalianfamily.com... it can give some information about the genealogical tree of your families..Luck :)


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