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Gaudio - from Piedimonte d'Alife, Italy to Buenos Aires

Postby Ladyames » 11 Oct 2007, 14:24

I am trying to locate a side-branch of my family. Most of the descendents of my gggrandfather's side of the family who left Italy came to Rochester, New York. My gggrandfather (Raffaele Gaudio) stayed in Italy. I know he had at least three brothers: Guiseppe (died in Rochester, NY), Gaetano (died in Rochester, NY, AKA: Frank Rich) and Giovanni (remained in Italy as well.)

In Gaetano's death notice (1935) it mentions a sister who married a Bartolomeo Gaigiano or Galgnano or Galgano (newsprint was very poor quality!). She would have been from Piedimonte d'Alife as well, though I do not know her name.

If anyone has any information, or could give me any thoughts as to where I could have some luck with research, I would appreciate it.

Also, if anyone has any more information on the GAUDIOs of Piedimonte d'Alife area - I know today it's called Piedimonte Matese - I would appreciate that as well. To this date, I do not have any information on their Father or Mother.

Thanks.
Marianne Gaudio Spencer

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Re: Gaudio - from Piedimonte d'Alife, Italy to Buenos A

Postby BillieDeKid » 11 Oct 2007, 15:09

Hi Ladyames,

Have you tried ordering microfilms from the LDS church yet?

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Re: Gaudio - from Piedimonte d'Alife, Italy to Buenos A

Postby suanj » 12 Oct 2007, 13:35

right point Elizabeth!
however the Gaudio family is present in piedimonte d'Alife since of 1754...

Piedimente d'Alife families in Catasto Onciario of 1754:
Dell’Abbondanza, d’Agnese, Albanese, Altieri, Amato, d’Ambrosa, d’Amico, Amodio, d’Amore, Amoroso, d’Andrea, de Angelillis, de Angelis, dell’Anno, Antidoto, Antonellis, Aperto, d’Aprile, d’Ariesto, Aucella, Auriemma, Azzillo;

di Baia, Barbato, Barra, Battiloro, de Benedictis, Benevenia, Bianchino, Bianco, de Biase, Bisceglie, Boggia, Brando, Bravo, Broccolo, Bruno, Bucci, Buontempo, Burgo;

Chiazza, Campagna, Campanile, Campochiaro, Cancello, Candelarese, Capriata, di Caprio, Carancio, Carbone, Cardillo, di Carluccio, Caropreso, Carpentino, Carrello Carullo, Caso, Cassella, Castelli, Cavicchia, Berillo, di Cesa, Chiarizia, Cianci, Ciarlo, Cibalerio, Ciccarelli, Cimaglia, Cimminelli, Ciollo, Cipullo, Cittadino, Civitella, Civitillo, Codone, Colalillo, Coletta, Colombiano, Colucci, Conca, Confreda, Consola, Contenta, Coppola, Corona, Costantino, Crispino, Cristallino, di Crosta, Curtopasso;

di Dio, di Domizio, Donia;

Fantauccio, Farelli, Farina, Fasulo, Fatone, Fatti, Federico, de Felice, Feola, Ferraioli, di Ferrante, Ferraro, Terrazza, Ferretto, Fidanza, di Filio, de Filippis, Fioravanti, Fisco, Fontana, Fontanella, di Fonzo, Fossa, di Francesco, di Franco, Francomacaro, Frascarelli, di Fundo, di Fusco;

Gabriele, Gagliardo, Galante, Gambella, Garofano, Gaudello, Gaudino, Gaudio, Gautiero, Giammarco, Gianfrancesco, Giordano, di Giorgio, Girardi, Gismondi, Giugno, Giunti;

de Iacobellis, Iafusco, Iameo, Iannella, Iannitelli, Iannitto, Iannotta, Iannuccio, Iaquinto, Iasalvatore, Iasimone, dell’Imperatore, di Iorio, Izzo;

Lamberti, Larduccio, Leone, Leggiero, di Lello, di Leo, Liardo, de Lisi, Lobrico, Loffreda, Lombardo, di Lorenzo, Losco, de Luca, Luciano, di Luise, di Lullo, Luzzi;

Macaro, Macolino, Madonna, de Magistris, Maioccolo, Mancino, Manzo, Mannone, Marano, Marchetti, di Marco, Mariano, Martello, Martino, Martone, Mastrangelo, Mastrolorenzo, Mastronardo, di Matteo, Mazza, Mazzucco;

Natalizio, Navarro, Nelli, Nigro, Noratelli, di Notaro;

Occhibove, d’Onofrio, d’Orlando, d’Orsi;

Pacella, Pagano, Palmieri, Palombo, Panarello, Panella, Pannone, di Paolo, Paparo, de Parrillis, Pascale, Pasquale, Paterno, Pece, Penna, Pepe, Per azza, Perfetto, Perillo, Perrino, Perrone, Pernotti, Pertugio, Petruccio, Piccarelli, Pierleone, Pietrangelillo, Pietrosimone, Pimpinella, Pisa, Pitò, Pittarelli, Pizzella, Pizzuto, Pollastrino, Porcello, Potenza, Pragna, Panno, Pugliese;

Rabbino, Raguccio, Raiano, Rapa, di Renzo, Reverazzo, Ricciardi, Riccio, Riccitelli, Rinaldo, della Ripa, Risella, Ristoro, del Roi, Romano, Rosato, Roscietti, Rossi, Rozzo, Ruggiero, Russo;

Sacchetti, Salomino, Salomone, Sansiviero, Santagata, Santangelo, Santillo, Santino, de Santis, del Santo, Santomassimo, Sapio, di Scania, Scappaticcio, Scasserra, Schiacchi, Sconcia, Sepe, Semola, Serra, Signorelli, de Simone, Simonelli, Simonetta, Sponziano, Sposato, di Stefano, Stellato;

Taglione, Tamburo, Tancredone, Tartaglia, Tardone, Tedesco, Tella, Tennerello, Teodoro, Testa, di Tommaso, della Torre, Truccio, Trutta, della Tuzia;

d’Urso, Ussiello;

Valente, Valentino, Vastano, del Vecchio, Venditto, Vertolla, Vetere, della Villa, Villano, di Vinco, de Vito, de Vizio;

Zampino, Zarro, Zazzarino, Zicchinelli, Zucchi, del Zullo.

http://digilander.libero.it/mgiugliano/ ... 01754.html
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Re: Gaudio - from Piedimonte d'Alife, Italy to Buenos A

Postby Ladyames » 12 Oct 2007, 14:00

Susan - this is fantastic! Thanks! I see several other names who married into the family on this list as well! This may help on several fronts! :D
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Postby suanj » 12 Oct 2007, 14:01

:D happy of to help... regards, suanj
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Re: Gaudio - from Piedimonte d'Alife, Italy to Buenos A

Postby elena2001 » 09 Dec 2009, 13:56

suanj,

I'm curious how you got access to the Catasti Onciari. I am interested in researching them for the town of Campochiaro.

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Gaudio - from Piedimonte d'Alife, Italy to Buenos A

Postby suanj » 09 Dec 2009, 15:20

I have no access; just I found Piedimonte d'Alife surnames in Catasto Onciario in a free website on line
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Re: Gaudio - from Piedimonte d'Alife, Italy to Buenos A

Postby matesino » 27 Mar 2010, 16:14

Visit my web site on Piedimonte d'Alife (today Piedimonte Matese):
http://pm2010.altervista.org

and the link on the emigration Piedimonte's people to USA from 1892 to 1921:
http://pm2010.altervista.org/emigrazione.htm

Thank you.


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