Thank you very much for the help!!! I'm going to take lessons very soon, is about time that i learn the language, i can understand some of it. i've tried using the free internet translators but i had a lot of italians write me back saying that they cant understand what I'm trying to say.
thanks again for everything!!!
Dear Mr Giancarlo Mosca,
Iâ€™m very happy to hear from you and that we might be distant cousins. Thank you very much for the research and the information you gave me. I also have a lot of the Mosca family coming from Cingoli and Treia. This is all the information I have starting from my grandfather.
My grandfather Walter Mosca was born in 12/05/1911 in Treia, Macerata son of Cesare and Eugenia Chiacchiera. Cesare was born in 20/08/1872 in Treia son of Salvatore and Teresa Fortini. Salvatore was born in 01/04/1844 in Cingoli son of Pacifico and Marianna Cecanti. Pacifico was born in 20/05/1811 in Cingoli. With the help of a recently found distant cousin who lives in Treia, he was the one who told me from when he was in cingoli doing research, he told me that Pacifico Mosca was son of Domenico Mosca born in Staffolo in 1774. My grandfather was the one who left italy in 1929 and moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina and had my father. I may have found a possible brother of Salvatore, Pasquale Mosca born in cingoli around 1841-44. Pasquale married Genova Emerenziana and had two children that I know of, Merope Mosca born in 01/02/1869 and Maria Mosca born in 24/07/1873 is very possible that they had more kids
We live in the United States now, I was only living in Canada temporarily for work but now Iâ€™m back in the United States, I also have family still living in Argentina. Iâ€™m hoping to go to Italy very soon and get to know my roots.. I hope this information helps anything else you need please let me know. I was very lucky to have received your letter since I moved a few days after I received it. I no longer live in Canada, you can write me to this new address now.
Thank you for all your help my family appreciates it very much, thank you and I hope to hear from you soon.
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