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Montemiletto

Postby jj_nycguy » 30 May 2006, 01:35

Does anyone have any pics of Montemiletto, AV? I've seen a few online but was wondering if anyone had anything they could share. This is the town my family is from and I've never been able to visit to see it for myself.

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Re: Montemiletto

Postby wldspirit » 30 May 2006, 03:25

Click on the links under turisimo one by one and you will see some pictures and an outline of history..........

http://www.comune.montemiletto.av.it/

if you do not read Italian, you can use this link to translate, but I warn you,
it is not the best translation....... :?

http://babelfish.altavista.com/

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Re: Montemiletto

Postby nuccia » 30 May 2006, 04:59

Hi John,

Glad you found us here....I emailed you the census you had asked about! This is a great place for more info!

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Re: Montemiletto

Postby jj_nycguy » 01 Jun 2006, 07:39

Thanks, Nuccia. I didn't know you were also on this site.

I hope you are able to obtain additional information for me. I appreciate everything you've done.

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Re: Montemiletto

Postby nuccia » 01 Jun 2006, 12:47

jj_nycguy, HI!

Yes, I am looking but I may enlist the help of some of our friends here on the connection of the person you seek.

Before I post his name, is that okay with you? Let me know and we can summarize the whole thread!

Ok...it's almost 3 am..time to get ready for work.

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Re: Montemiletto

Postby jj_nycguy » 01 Jun 2006, 14:19

Hi Nuccia.

Please, feel free to post the name and summarize the thread. I look forward to see what you find.

Do you always get ready for work at 3am? That's pretty early.


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Re: Montemiletto

Postby nuccia » 02 Jun 2006, 00:01

jj_nycguy wrote:Hi Nuccia.

Please, feel free to post the name and summarize the thread. I look forward to see what you find.

Do you always get ready for work at 3am? That's pretty early.


John


Hi John,

I will organize it all and link here. Lots of great help on this forum.

As for work..yes, I'm at at 2 am daily and work a full shift (and then some). I have to be at work by 4 am!!! Someone shoot me now, please...

Actually, just started a new job and I do really like it. I just need to adjust to the hours now.

Be back online later with the info.

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Re: Montemiletto

Postby nuccia » 02 Jun 2006, 12:33

John,

Haven't forgotten about you...crashed last night..to tired and now ts time to start the day all over again. Thankfully its the weekend. Will post tonight. Do you have another thread on this forum as well? I thought I saw one. If so, I will post there to add onto the info already given here. It will be easier to keep track of ok?

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Re: Montemiletto

Postby jj_nycguy » 02 Jun 2006, 14:37

Hi Nuccia.

Below is a link to the other thread, if you want to post your response there.

http://italiangenealogy.tardio.com/Foru ... =4586.html

If this link is not helpful, you can place the response right here.

Thanks,
John


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Re: Montemiletto

Postby jj_nycguy » 03 Jun 2006, 06:23

Thank you, Gaetano.

How was your holiday? Do you do anything exciting?

John

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Re: Montemiletto

Postby jcsm400 » 04 Jun 2006, 09:25

I'm jealous! Wish I could get some pictures of my towns.
Researching in San Vitaliano, Napoli, Italy & Armento, Potenza, Italy.

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Re: Montemiletto

Postby jj_nycguy » 04 Jun 2006, 18:30

Gaetano, the pictures are awesome.

Does Strada S. Pietro, Montemiletto (St. Peter's Road) mean anything to anyone? I read this in one of the Ellis Island records. I was wondering if this is the name of a street in Montemiletto.

Thanks in advance.

John

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Re: Montemiletto

Postby lalberogenealogico » 04 Jun 2006, 18:47

There isn't St. Peter's Road but a church. Its name is St. Peter's Church. Probably I have a picture. Do you want it?

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Re: Montemiletto

Postby jj_nycguy » 04 Jun 2006, 19:10

Sure, Gaetano, that would be great. Doesn't strada mean road? I'm not sure I understand why this would be stated the Ellis Island records.

I will research the parish of St. Peter's in Montemiletto. Maybe this is the parish my family belonged to. If so, I would like to write them to see if they can provide some info: for example; baptisimal, confirmation & marriage certificates.

Gaetano, you stated a while back that you found records for Ciriaco & Rosa. Could you email me any of the info that is stated on the record(s)? I wonder if these are the same people.

Thanks,
John


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