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Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby Tamberino » 16 Mar 2008, 21:47

I found everything there is to find in the US. Hoping someone out there knows alittle more from the other side of the Ocean. Teresa Stango from San Mauro Forte married Canio Tamburrino. His origin is still in question as his naturalization records state his town of birth to be Vaglia which is hard to believe. I believe he is from Vaglio Basilicata. I have no clue who his parents were.

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby misbris » 16 Mar 2008, 22:45

Hi and welcome to the forum, :D

Can you post a manifest for reference?

Tamburrino is a very common name in Vaglio Basilicata.

http://italia.indettaglio.it/eng/basili ... icata.html

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby Tamberino » 16 Mar 2008, 23:57

The last person I know on the Tamburrino side is Canio Tamburrino born August 16, 1872, left from Napoli on the 23rd or 25th of march 1895 on the afika and arrived at New York on the 3rd of april

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby misbris » 17 Mar 2008, 00:21

Is this the correct record?
http://castlegarden.org/quick_search_de ... id=2129816

Perhaps someone with Ancestry can post the manifest?

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby Tamberino » 17 Mar 2008, 00:37

Thanks, probably is him, however ancestry. com has no records for that ships name

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby Tamberino » 17 Mar 2008, 00:50

Thanks, I wonder why I wasn't able to find it. What is weird, is it is easily read. I searched for a month for information and I did find this

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby MysteryMike » 17 Mar 2008, 00:57

.... removed .... unrelated....

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby MysteryMike » 17 Mar 2008, 01:04

1930 Census

you probably already have this, but it helps others to get a grasp of what we're looking for...

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby Tamberino » 17 Mar 2008, 01:09

Thanks mike, that wasn't his WWI draft registration as he never lived in Chicago

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby misbris » 17 Mar 2008, 01:11

Thanks Mike,

But I don't know if you realize that if someone doesn't have a subscription to Ancestry, that link doesn't work. Same thing happened to me when I tried to post from Heritage Quest. :oops: Thanks to vj, I learned to use

http://imageshack.us

to post from paid sites.

But the real question is does the manifest give a town?

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby Tamberino » 17 Mar 2008, 01:12

Thanks mike, that wasn't his WWI draft registration as he never lived in Chicago

here is 1900 census http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx= ... d=56446887

1910
http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx= ... d=19741848

couldn't find 1920 info though

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby Tamberino » 17 Mar 2008, 01:13

No town on image, apparently he arrived here from England

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby MysteryMike » 17 Mar 2008, 01:28

misbris wrote:Thanks Mike,

But I don't know if you realize that if someone doesn't have a subscription to Ancestry, that link doesn't work. Same thing happened to me when I tried to post from Heritage Quest. :oops: Thanks to vj, I learned to use

http://imageshack.us

to post from paid sites.

But the real question is does the manifest give a town?


Thanks misbris... I was using the "browse" function which is the same as sending via email... and I thought it made it available to non-subscribers... but I'm glad you told me otherwise... suprisingly noone else has mentioned it...

Mike

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Re: Looking for info on Stango and Tamburrino

Postby MysteryMike » 17 Mar 2008, 01:32

1920 is indexed under "Carneo Tamborend"


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