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Can anyone read this location on 1900 Census?

Postby jamesy1 » 12 May 2011, 21:02

My husbands Rubino family generally came from San Fele, Potenza and I have discovered the names of his ggrandfather Michael Rubino's parents on his tombstone. It showed a Vincenzo S. Rubino 1835-1915 and Anglea Maria Grieco 1842-1913. I thought they died in Italy and just had a memorial on the stone but when I added them to my ancestry family tree a hint came up from the 1900 census. It shows a Vincent Rubino and Angela his wife living in Troy, NY which is where I am from and my husbands relatives lived and died. It is the 1900 census under ancestry for Vincent Rubino living in Troy, NY Rensselaer county with his wife Angela and daughter Nellie. When I further searched ancestry found Anglea Grieco on the ship Vincenzo Florio leaving Palermo, Italy on 11 June 1881 and under her name is a name of Gennaro Rubino who could be an inlaw? Can anyone read the place in Italy she lived? Looks like Castle something? Not allowing me to attach links here so I can't attach link.
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Re: Can anyone read this location on 1900 Census?

Postby johnnyonthespot » 12 May 2011, 21:18

The place of interest is in the middle of this group:

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Re: Can anyone read this location on 1900 Census?

Postby jamesy1 » 12 May 2011, 21:22

Thank you for posting that for me! I couldn't figure out how to do it!
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Re: Can anyone read this location on 1900 Census?

Postby johnnyonthespot » 12 May 2011, 21:25

Could it be Altavilla?

One of these?

Comune di Altavilla Irpina, Provincia di Avellino, Regione di Campania, Southern Italy

Comune di Altavilla Milicia, Provincia di Palermo, Regione di Sicilia, Insular Italy

Comune di Altavilla Monferrato, Provincia di Alessandria, Regione di Piemonte, Northwestern Italy

Comune di Altavilla Silentina, Provincia di Salerno, Regione di Campania, Southern Italy

Comune di Altavilla Vicentina, Provincia di Vicenza, Regione di Veneto, Northeastern Italy
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Re: Can anyone read this location on 1900 Census?

Postby jamesy1 » 12 May 2011, 21:27

I think Altavilla is for Gennaro Rubino but the one for Angela Grieco is the listing above that and is a little bit harder to read. She was married to a Vincent Rubino but is listed under Grieco on this listing.
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Re: Can anyone read this location on 1900 Census?

Postby johnnyonthespot » 12 May 2011, 21:33

I think it may be:

Comune di Castelcivita, Provincia di Salerno, Regione di Campania, Southern Italy

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Re: Can anyone read this location on 1900 Census?

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Re: Can anyone read this location on 1900 Census?

Postby tiernotours » 03 Jan 2012, 15:16

I live in that area I could make out all but the last name
Calabritto (AV)
Castelcivita (SA)
Altavilla (SA)
Fontegreca (CE)
these are all towns in campania but the last one I could not make out.
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