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Surnames: Adamo / Randazzo / Sances / Galioto

Postby lilitalian67 » 24 Jun 2003, 17:44

:D Hello All I am new to the Forum. I am looking for any information on these four Surnames. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Postby ptimber » 09 Jul 2003, 18:39

You furnish no information but you want top know something..you don't make sense. Peter
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Postby lilitalian67 » 10 Jul 2003, 16:22

Thanks to some of you whom have helped me locate different search engines to help narrow down my family surnames. Here is more info regarding my search.
Roy Carl Adamo (Adams) Grandpa's Side
10\23\15 4/19/86 d

Great GrandFather Great Grandmother Palarmo Italia
Carmelo Adamo Carmela Randazzo (Adamo)
5/10/1885 1927d 5/10/1876 3\21\37
(1886)
Carmellas Mother
Micheline Randazxzo mother of Carmela
Sister Serfine Yenti Cinque

Leonarda Sances (Adamo/Adams) Grandmas Side
08\03\1916
Wedding day 4\29\1939


Great GrandFather Great GrandMother Sicily Italia
Cosumano (Sam) Sances Mary Galioto(Sances
03\03\1897 06\1963 d 05\12\1895 03\1965d
any iOther information on locating someone from these familys would be greatly appericiated. :D
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Postby ptimber » 10 Jul 2003, 21:20

Have you checked out the ellis island website for information on the persons you mentioned? You have both names and dates of birth which means that if located on the ellis island records there age shoulkd compare favorably with your dates. The data will also show the town of origin which is mandatory for you to find otu anything or obtain documents. Whgen you say Palermo it is both a large capital city and a provincial capital having jurisdiction over many many towns and villages. Somehow the majority of immigrants came from the provinces rather than the large capital cities. In the interim look for old photos, old letters and postacrds for the date stamps and cancellation stamps to determine the town of origin if you cannot find one. WEhat does family oral history say about the town of origin. Please let me know Peter
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