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Agnone, Campobasso

Postby JamesBianco » 08 Mar 2005, 19:34

Looking for anyone with the surname Cacciavillani from Agnone.

Rafaelle CACCIAVILLANO born 1879 Agnone
Married 1903 in Agnone
Adelina CAMPEREFIOLE born 1881 Agnone
they settled in Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio by 1920.

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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby pepita.az » 07 Jun 2005, 15:03

There still are a load of Cacciavillani in Agnone (IS): This is the link to our yellowpages.

http://www.paginebianche.it/pb/persone? ... &cc=10700&

Despite, I didn't find out any CAMPEREFIOLE, but I guess you probably mispelled it.

Anyway, if you wanna have a look to the place, see here:
http://www.comune.agnone.is.it/default.htm

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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby JamesBianco » 07 Jun 2005, 20:46

Thanks for the link to the Main Site. My Great Great Grandfather Alessandro Ginosa was born in Agnone in 1879 and came here in 1898.
I have traced his lines as far as possible using the Stato records, and now I must turn to the church. (Which from what people tell me is very difficult) I guess I am spoiled in many ways as the church in the town where my maternal grandmother came from (Carini, Sicily) is completely available back to 1527 with not a single gap. I would love to hire someone to try and trace the lines further through the church but am not sure who to contact.

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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby pepita.az » 08 Jun 2005, 20:00

JamesBianco wrote:Thanks for the link to the Main Site. My Great Great Grandfather Alessandro Ginosa was born in Agnone in 1879 and came here in 1898.
I have traced his lines as far as possible using the Stato records, and now I must turn to the church. (Which from what people tell me is very difficult) I guess I am spoiled in many ways as the church in the town where my maternal grandmother came from (Carini, Sicily) is completely available back to 1527 with not a single gap. I would love to hire someone to try and trace the lines further through the church but am not sure who to contact.

Thanks again!
Jim :)


Jim,
here you find, maybe, the most useful sites to start yr research.
the first:
http://www.regione.sicilia.it/TURISMO/W ... dex_it.asp
(write down CARINI on Search Home Page)

the second:
http://www.grifasi-sicilia.com/index.html
(web site FULL of history abt sicilian emigrants)

the third:
http://www.comuni-italiani.it/082/021/telefono.html
(have a look at "PARROCCHIE" and "NUMERI DEL COMUNE")

Is there anybody who can help you with translation?
If there's not, send me a copy of what you don't understand and I will translate (as long as my english allows it..).
Hope this helps you more.
Ciao, Alessia!
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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby suanj » 08 Jun 2005, 20:11

JamesBianco wrote:Looking for anyone with the surname Cacciavillani from Agnone.

Rafaelle CACCIAVILLANO born 1879 Agnone
Married 1903 in Agnone
Adelina CAMPEREFIOLE born 1881 Agnone
they settled in Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio by 1920.

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James, the just surname is Camperchioli!! just yesterday I read the Agnone birthregistries.. so I'm sure about the just spelling!
and this is your Adelina ship's manifest http://ellisisland.org/search/shipmanif ... 2588080275
and the husband is Raffaele Cacciavillani
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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby JamesBianco » 08 Jun 2005, 21:23

Thank you both so much!! Suanj you were working with Agnone records yesterday? What families? I have Odorisio, Menaldi, Paolantonio, Carlomagno, Serafini, del Pappa and Orlando.

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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby suanj » 08 Jun 2005, 22:00

JamesBianco wrote:Thank you both so much!! Suanj you were working with Agnone records yesterday? What families? I have Odorisio, Menaldi, Paolantonio, Carlomagno, Serafini, del Pappa and Orlando.

:) Jim

Hi Jim, yesterday I searched in Liste di leva Distretto di Isernia and in Birthregistries of Agnone, why I, again, help an friend in Phila.. the surname is very strange:Cricco and on ID card of ancestor are Castel........ Agnone, sure was molisan, but in nobody town with Castel.... in Molise are this surname... so is possible that is Greco or Grieco; frankly I think is Greco surname.. mistaken in Cricco( sometime) and Cricca also...

personally lookup the ship's manifest of Dec 4 1890 -Burgundia vessel why are an Nicolamarino Cricco from Mirabello, age probable, birthyear probable, first name very probable( Nicola) so I hope in some help about this ship manifest for see if this Cricco was Philadelphia final destination... best regards, suanj
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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby VaDeb » 09 Jun 2005, 01:19

Hi Suanj,

Perhaps this 1910 census will help.

Nicola Cricco
Home in 1900: Philadelphia Ward 2, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Age: 33
Estimated birth year: 1867
Birthplace: Italy
Race: White
Relationship to head-of-house: Head
Occupation: View Image
Immigration year: 1891
Image source: Year: 1900; Census Place: Philadelphia Ward 2, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Roll: T623 1452; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 42.

http://img91.echo.cx/img91/7389/nicola9yb.jpg

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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby mfjp » 09 Jun 2005, 09:12

suanj wrote:
so I hope in some help about this ship manifest


See passenger #289

http://img69.echo.cx/img69/5630/cricco8pr.jpg
Name:   Nicolamarino Crecco
Arrival Date:   4 Dec 1890
Estimated Birth Year:   1868
Age:   22
Gender:   Male
Port of Departure:   Marseilles, France and Naples, Italy
Destination:   New York
Place of Origin:   Misabello,Italy
Ship Name:   Burgundia
Port of Arrival:   New York
Line:   31
Microfilm Roll:   559
List Number:   1792

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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby suanj » 09 Jun 2005, 10:54

Hi VaDeb and mfjp:



very helpful for me....thank you, I saved the census and ship's manifest... many thanks!!!!!!
Again , if possible to see about:


Amalia Elisabetha Gricca Birth: year - location, Campoboseo
Other: location
Other: dd mm year - location
Other: location
Source: Immigration - Boston Passenger Lists, 1891-1943

Nicola Creeca
Birth: year - location

Other: date dd mm year - city

Other: city

Other: location

Source: Immigration - New York Passenger Lists, 1851-1891

Nicola Crezza
Birth: year

Other: location

Other: date dd mm year - city

Other: city

Source: Immigration - New York Passenger Lists, 1851-1891




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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby VaDeb » 09 Jun 2005, 14:55

Amalia Elisabetha Gricca Birth: 1889 - Roindeuse, Campoboseo
Other: Campoleses
Other: 8 Mar 1909 - Boston, Massachusetts
Other: Naples, Italy
Source: Immigration - Boston Passenger Lists, 1891-1943

http://img71.echo.cx/img71/5446/griccaa8rr.jpg

http://img71.echo.cx/img71/1783/griccab9pv.jpg
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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby VaDeb » 09 Jun 2005, 15:02

Nicola Creeca Birth: 1872 - Italy
Other: 10 Apr 1886 10 Apr 1886 - New York
Other: Naples, Italy
Other: New York
Source: Immigration - New York Passenger Lists, 1851-1891

http://img74.echo.cx/img74/5205/creeca3tz.jpg
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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby suanj » 09 Jun 2005, 19:07

VaDeb wrote:Amalia Elisabetha Gricca Birth: 1889 - Roindeuse, Campoboseo
Other: Campoleses
Other: 8 Mar 1909 - Boston, Massachusetts
Other: Naples, Italy
Source: Immigration - Boston Passenger Lists, 1891-1943

http://img71.echo.cx/img71/5446/griccaa8rr.jpg

http://img71.echo.cx/img71/1783/griccab9pv.jpg

Hi VaDeb, great! The Amalia Elisabetta surname is GRIECO from Rocchetta al Volturno /Campobasso; my opinion is that also the Nicola Cricca surname really couldbe Greco or Grieco...many thanks!!!!suanj
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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby VaDeb » 10 Jun 2005, 00:58

Here is the last one. Ran out of time this morning.

Nicola Crezza Birth: 1859
Other: Italy
Other: 12 Feb 1891 12 Feb 1891 - New York
Other: Hamburg, Germany and Le Havre, France
Source: Immigration - New York Passenger Lists, 1851-1891


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Re: Agnone, Campobasso

Postby Jimhome » 02 Aug 2005, 03:43

My grandfather was a son of Raffaelle Cacciavillani and Adelina. He and his 12 siblings resided in the Youngsstown area. I would be happy to share additional information, as well as finding out how they are related to people in Mass.
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