Salvatrice Trigilio married Giuseppi Cipriano

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Salvatrice Trigilio married Giuseppi Cipriano

Postby TIGER965 » 08 Nov 2007, 02:25

Lucia Ranno and Giovanni Trigilio had a daughter named Salvatrice(Theresa) born 17 November 1900,Melilli,Sicily,Italy came to America when she was 3 (1903) and arrived with her mother- Lawrence, Massachusetts.

Anna Ranno and Vincenzo Cipriano had a son named Giuseppi Cipriano born 2 June 1892, Augusta,Sicily, Italy. Entered through Canada then came into the U.S. through Buffalo

Salvatrice had the twins in the U.S., went back to Italy with her 2 children to have help from family with the children. There is an arrival of Salvatrice Trigilio back in the U.S. in 1924 with her first 3 children- Anna & Vincenzo (twins) and John.(born in Sicily,Italy)

Would I be able to have some help to find out where/when they all came to America? Could you help me find any Naturalization papers?
Thank you. :D

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Re: Salvatrice Trigilio married Giuseppi Cipriano

Postby vj » 08 Nov 2007, 14:29

For reference:
Salvatrice & children
Headed to Brooklyn
Page 1, Giovanni has possible naturalization notation
Lines 14-17
1924 manifest
page 2
special inquiry page

Giovanni's notation
2-1016575 11/20/42
guide to reading notations

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Re: Salvatrice Trigilio married Giuseppi Cipriano

Postby vj » 08 Nov 2007, 16:34

Salvatrice Trigilio
1910 arrival Ranno/Trigilio
1910 manifest
page 2
Lines 24-25
Lucia Ranno 31 (abt 1878)
- widow
- last residence Mellili
- in Mellili, brother Giovanni
- destination Middletown, CT
- joining brother Giuseppe Ranno
- born in Mellili
Salvatore? Trigilio 9 (abt 1900)

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Re: Salvatrice Trigilio married Giuseppi Cipriano

Postby vj » 08 Nov 2007, 18:21

In case you don't have these,
Possible census records

1930 Brooklyn
Home in 1930:
642 Hicks Street
Brooklyn, Kings, New York
Joseph Cipsano 38
- married age 14?
- immig 1913 Pa
- longshoreman
Tessie Cipsano 29
- married age 16 (abt 1917)
- immig 1910 Pa
Vincent Cipsano 9
Anna Cipsano 9
John Cipsano 8
Lucy Cipsano 3 4/12
Alice Cipsano


Jan 1920 Brooklyn
Home in 1920:
Henry Street
Brooklyn Assembly District 3, Kings, New York
Joseph Ciprino 27
- immig 1907 Al
- longshoreman, stevedore
Gessie (Tessie) Ciprino 19
- immig 1903 Al
James (Vincent) Ciprino 1 4/12
Anna Ciprino 4/12

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Re: Salvatrice Trigilio married Giuseppi Cipriano

Postby misbris » 08 Nov 2007, 18:50

Who do you think this person is? Traveling with children, but for some reason the manifest can't be displayed. VJ, maybe you will have better luck.

First Name: Salvatrice
Last Name: Ranno
Ethnicity: Italy
Last Place of Residence: Melillo, Italy
Date of Arrival: Oct 21, 1912
Age at Arrival: 37y 9m Gender: F Marital Status: M
Ship of Travel: America
Port of Departure: Naples
Manifest Line Number: 0014

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Re: Salvatrice Trigilio married Giuseppi Cipriano

Postby vj » 08 Nov 2007, 18:56

Giuseppe Cipriano

If this is the correct WWII Card,
Giuseppe was born in Augusta (Siracusa)?


1942 WWII Draft Registration Card
page 2
Name: Giuseppe Cipriano 50
Birth Date: 2 Jun 1892
Birth: Augusta, Sicily, Italy
Residence:
Mrs Grace Cipriano
111 Rapelye Street
Brooklyn, Kings, New York
Roll: WW2_2369355
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A 1907 manifest for a Giuseppe, last residence
Augusta…
1907 manifest
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Giuseppe Cipriano 18 (abt 1889??)
- single
- mariner
- last residence Augusta
- destination, Boston, MA
- joining uncle Carmelo Spinali?
- born in Augusta

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Re: Salvatrice Trigilio married Giuseppi Cipriano

Postby vj » 08 Nov 2007, 19:05

Hey Mary Jo :D !

Mary Jo’s manifest find
A relative?
1912 manifest
page 2

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Re: Salvatrice Trigilio married Giuseppi Cipriano

Postby TIGER965 » 11 Nov 2007, 14:13

The census information on the Cipriano family seems to be correct, although the last name is spelled incorrectly and I never new my grandmother to be called Tessie

As for Salvatrice Ranno - this cannot be my grandmother who would be called Salvatrice Trigilio. Also in 1912 my grandmother would not be 37 yrs old, only 12. This is another Salvatrice!!!

The information on my grandfather's WWII card is correct - born in Augusta, Syracusa, 50 yrs old in 1942.
He did live on Rapelye, butI don't know who Grace Cipriano is.

I'll have to check into that 1907 manifest for Giuseppe Cipriano - I'll ask my mother about this and if she ever heard of Carmelo Spinali. I know that he lived with his best friend Carmelo D'Augusta when he came to the US

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Re: Salvatrice Trigilio married Giuseppi Cipriano

Postby misbris » 11 Nov 2007, 16:42

What was your grandmother called? Tessis is usually a nickname for Theresa, could work for Salvatrice as well. If someone filled out the WWII card for him they could have heard Grace instead of SalvaTRICE.

I posted that other manifest because I thought that it might be an aunt the Salvatrice was named after.

Also if you are still looking for Salvatrice's 1903 manifest, if she traveled with her mother, the record could be under Ranno because Italian women used their maiden names.

D'Augusta means from Augusta. Could Carmelo d' Agusta be a nickname for Carmelo Spinali?

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Re: Salvatrice Trigilio married Giuseppi Cipriano

Postby TIGER965 » 13 Nov 2007, 12:52

What was your grandmother called? Tessis is usually a nickname for Theresa, could work for Salvatrice as well. If someone filled out the WWII card for him they could have heard Grace instead of SalvaTRICE.

~My grandmother was sometimes called Tessie, short for Salvatrice. I agree with the comment that they probably misheard the name.

I posted that other manifest because I thought that it might be an aunt the Salvatrice was named after.
Also if you are still looking for Salvatrice's 1903 manifest, if she traveled with her mother, the record could be under Ranno because Italian women used their maiden names.

~I did find a Salvatrice Ranno who arrived in 1912 at age 38. Therefore she could not be my grandmother who was born in 1900.


D'Augusta means from Augusta. Could Carmelo d' Agusta be a nickname for Carmelo Spinali?

~Carmelo D'Augusta was not Carmelo Spinali. Carmelo D'Augusta was my grandfather's younger friend, not his uncle. He came here several years after my grandfather. :D

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Re: Salvatrice Trigilio married Giuseppi Cipriano

Postby TIGER965 » 13 Nov 2007, 14:52

Will we be able to find out about ~Anna Ranno and Vincenzo Cipriano~~ had a son named Giuseppi Cipriano born 2 June 1892, Augusta,Sicily, Italy? :o


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