Looks like line 13-14 its says South Market and uncle Sebastian D'Amico but the line above it says Salvatore Calderone going to see Sebastian D'Amico brotherinlaw same South Market Philadelphia
1920 United States Federal Census about Sebastian D'amico Name:Sebastian D'amico Home in 1920: Phladelphia Ward 12, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Age:64 Estimated Birth Year:abt 1856 Birthplace:Italy Spouse's Name:Angela Damico Father's Birth Place:Italy Mother's Birth Place:Italy Marital Status:Married Year of immigration:1886 Household Members: Name Sebastian Damico 64 Angela Damico 55 James Damico 24 Josephine Damico 21 Teresa Damico 18 Margaret Damico 16 Salvatore Damico 14
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billoms wrote:I found a possible hit on a ship manifest from the SS Germania, arrived oct 1903 in NY. There was a Salvatore Melone/Milone, age 17,From Falcone, visiting an uncle Sebastian D'Amico.. However it does not say were Seb is located. I tried looking for him but no hit. What do you think?
Took a look at the manifest... Salvatore's destination is Galion, Ohio The address for Sebastiano D'Amico is South Market St. 925(?), Galion, Ohio The passenger immediately above him is going to the same person in Galion, Ohio, who is listed as his brother-in-law.
Just came across these posts. I don't know if you are still looking for info, but my father-in-law, Mario, (85) is Salvatore and Parmina's (née Vinci) only surviving son. He said the kids names were Pauline, Nunzio, Rosie, Lena, Joseph, Jenny, Frank, Philly (drowned at age 12), and Mario. Also, Mario said he remembers his mother's name was Parmina, but he said he remembered someone calling her Lena. He said his parents also had male twins (born before the other children) that both died of pneumonia one year apart. Are you a relative?