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1930 census stumper

Postby dvaccaro » 13 May 2008, 15:43

can anybody help me find this guy?

William (Willie, Vito) TRUGLIO or LO TRUGLIO

he should be about 9 years old, in Richmond County (Staten Island) New York in 1930.

born 19 Nov 1920, in Richmond Co., New York. he will have a sister named Catherine.

i do not know their parents' first names. this is what i am trying to find out!

any help would be much appreciated. thanks!
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Postby suanj » 13 May 2008, 16:01

I found only :
1930 United States Federal Census
about Samuel Truglio
Name: Samuel Truglio
Home in 1930: Richmond, Richmond, New York
Age: 9
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1921
Birthplace: United States of America
Relation to Head of House: Patient
Race: White

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Re: 1930 census stumper

Postby vj » 13 May 2008, 16:02

Possible?
1930
pg 2

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Re: 1930 census stumper

Postby Romano1970 » 13 May 2008, 16:06

Hi here is a social Sec Death index on him.

Name: William Truglio
Birth: 19 Nov 1920
Death: Nov 1986 - Staten Island, Richmond, New York, United States of America
Civil: New York

Found on Ancestry.com..

Could this be him???

If it is you can go to SSA.com and request a copy of his application for a SSN Card that will have his parents names on it. I just did this for my fathers.
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Re: 1930 census stumper

Postby Romano1970 » 13 May 2008, 16:09

Hi again, does this partial match his SSN # ??

083-12-XXXX
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Re: 1930 census stumper

Postby dvaccaro » 13 May 2008, 17:08

Romano1970 wrote:Hi again, does this partial match his SSN # ??

083-12-XXXX



yes, i believe that is him.

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Re: 1930 census stumper

Postby dvaccaro » 13 May 2008, 17:12

vj wrote:Possible?
1930
pg 2



this is possible... i need to dig a little here...

thanks!

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Postby Romano1970 » 13 May 2008, 17:16

Ancestry is your best bet to start.

All i typed in was his first and last name and hit search
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Re: 1930 census stumper

Postby dvaccaro » 13 May 2008, 18:23

vj wrote:Possible?
1930
pg 2



after some checking... this is not the Willie Truglio family. thank you!

still looking...

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Re: 1930 census stumper

Postby dvaccaro » 13 May 2008, 18:31

Romano1970 wrote:Ancestry is your best bet to start.

All i typed in was his first and last name and hit search



yes, i have indeed done that. many many times!

i do believe that the SSDI listing is the person i am looking for... i still want to find him in the 1930 census.

thank you all for your help!

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Re: 1930 census stumper

Postby Seraphina » 13 May 2008, 19:28

Hi, DVaccaro.

Have you looked on the Ellis Island site for arrivals. Under the name Lo Truglio there are 3 Vito's (one is too old) but most of the other Lo Truglios on the same pages originated from San Ninfa. Also, so you might be able to match up at least one of the other Lo Truglios arriving on the same ship, as his father.

I know you are looking for the 1930 census, but the Ellis Island site is a start and might give you the right lead.

Seraphina.

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Re: 1930 census stumper

Postby dvaccaro » 13 May 2008, 20:41

Seraphina wrote:Hi, DVaccaro.

Have you looked on the Ellis Island site for arrivals. Under the name Lo Truglio there are 3 Vito's (one is too old) but most of the other Lo Truglios on the same pages originated from San Ninfa. Also, so you might be able to match up at least one of the other Lo Truglios arriving on the same ship, as his father.

I know you are looking for the 1930 census, but the Ellis Island site is a start and might give you the right lead.

Seraphina.



believe me, i have done all this. i have worn out the search button on Ellis Island.

the background (short version): William Truglio is supposed to be a nephew of my step-great-great-grandmother, Francesca Truglio Catalano. i was told that his father may have been named Vito. i believe i have found all of Francesca's brothers in the birth records of Santa Ninfa, and there does not appear to be a Vito. additionally, due to ages of those involved, i am starting to think that Willie was a great-nephew of Francesca. it is at least a possibility.

i have a photo of Willie in a military uniform, which led me to think i have found his WWII enlistment, and from there, his SSDI listing. i know he was in Staten Island. i am pretty sure 19 Nov 1920 is my guy.

Willie Truglio married Rose Micciche, and his sister, Catherine Truglio, married Rose's brother, Joseph Micciche. each couple had two daughters.

this is all i know.

i am hung up on the 1930 census because he should be there. he should be there ready to solve my problems! ;)

thank you all for the suggestions...
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Re: 1930 census stumper

Postby Wtruglio » 11 May 2012, 19:34

Curiously, my name is William Truglio, though I was born in 1964. My father (also William Truglio) was born in Brooklyn NY in 1933. His father, my grandfather, also William Truglio (yep, I'm the 3rd), had a nickname of Willie, was probably born before 1920, but I did have an Uncle Vito who was likely his brother.

I'll ask the chroniclers of the family (my sister and aunt) to see if they have more accurate records if you think it's relevant.


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