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Looking for Faviano family

Postby antiquemary5 » 13 Feb 2008, 22:05

I am looking for my Grandfather's family in Italy. He came here through Boston around the turn of the century. Supposedly, my Grandfather, Emilio Faviano, came from a nobleman's family with that surname around Naples. His sister was Augialina Faviano and his brother was Alphonso. All I have is a picture of them with this printed on the back. He changed his name upon coming to the US to Annaletto, which then was shortened to Annalett. Any information would be greatly appreciated!

Napoli Via Roma 329
Luccursale Caserta
Pitade Cini

Can anyone out there help?
I am seeking information on my Grandfather's family from Naples. His name was Emilio Faviano and had a sister Auguliana and a brother we think was named Alphonso. He came to America in the early 1900's. Please notify me with any info!

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Re: Looking for Faviano family

Postby vj » 14 Feb 2008, 01:35

Hi and Welcome to the Forum!
Here are some possible records for an Emilio Annalett in NY.
Do these records belong to your family?
Thanks!
Valarie

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possible 1918 WWI Draft Registration Card
Emilio Annaletto 39
45 E 42 Dunkirk, Chautauqua, NY
Born 11 Nov 1878
Naturalized
Music Teacher
Wife Martha
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possible 1930 census
Home in 1930:
47 E 4th?, owns $4300
Dunkirk, Chautauqua, New York
Head Emilo Annalett 50 (abt 1880) IT
- married age 32 (abt 1912)
- immig 1902, Na (naturalized)
- musician, working on own account
Wife Martha Annalett 42 (abt 1888) Germany
- immig 1894, Na
Daughter Sophia Annalett 14 (abt 1916) NY
Son Mike Annalett 12 (abt 1918) NY
Daughter Emma L Annalett 10 (abt 1920) NY
Son Adolf Annalett 5 (abt 1925) NY
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Son Adolf, b abt 1925?
1943 Dunkirk High School Yearbook
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More on possible son Adolph
Adolph R. Annalett, retired teacher
May 10, 1924 — Oct. 28, 2007

Adolph R. Annalett, a retired industrial arts teacher for the Maryvale
School District, died Sunday in Brothers of Mercy Nursing Home,
Clarence.
He was 83.

Born in Dunkirk, Mr. Annalett was a graduate of Dunkirk High School.

He was drafted after graduation and during World War II spent three
years with the Army Air Forces, serving as an airplane mechanic in
Fairbanks, Alaska.

After his military service, Mr. Annalett attended Buffalo State Teachers
College.
He worked more than 35 years as an industrial arts teacher at Maryvale
High School, retiring in 1983.

A dedicated family man, he took charge of caring for his wife of 44 years,
the former Helen Ocskay, a reading teacher, when she was stricken with
cancer. He took her all over the country to find the medical help she
needed and was a 24-hour-a-day caregiver until she died in December
1997.

Mr. Annalett’s devotion to family included his two children and five
granddaughters, making doll furniture for the latter.
He attended all of his granddaughters’ events and taught them how
to drive.

His own interests included golf, bowling, skiing and bridge.

Survivors include a son, Michael, and a daughter, Susan Casilio.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 11 a.m. Friday in
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, 8500 Main St.
at Harris Hill Road, Clarence.

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Re: Looking for Faviano family

Postby vj » 14 Feb 2008, 02:56

possible 1902 manifest
Note: lined off probably did not sail
Nov 1902 SS Cambroman Naples to Boston
Line 20
Emilio Annaletti 24 (abt 1878)
- married
- teacher
- last residence Nola? (province Naples, region Campania)
- destination New York for Brooklyn?
- joining cousin R. De Rosa? 250 North Street

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Re: Looking for Faviano family

Postby antiquemary5 » 20 Feb 2008, 00:17

Thanks everyone who has answered. I am still looking for more info from Italy as I know most of his information from the US. Thanks.
I am seeking information on my Grandfather's family from Naples. His name was Emilio Faviano and had a sister Auguliana and a brother we think was named Alphonso. He came to America in the early 1900's. Please notify me with any info!


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