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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby ptimber » 12 Dec 2004, 22:07

good for you..Thats the basis for all research...checking it out. Peter
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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby AmyT » 12 Dec 2004, 22:16

Peter --

Incidentally...how can your status possibly be 'newbie'.. I found that vastly amusing considering your 4000+ posts..

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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby ptimber » 12 Dec 2004, 22:26

I was the first person to join after Edmondo established the website or at least among the first three people?? At the time I was a newbie!! and now I am an oldbe. Peter
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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby AmyT » 12 Dec 2004, 22:39

Peter..

While I realize that I noticed on the few forum's I do frequent, the status changes.. and you were the first on the list that I can see. Your status should be something like "Expert liasion of the Board" or something.

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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby ptimber » 12 Dec 2004, 22:54

I know nothing! Peter
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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby AmyT » 12 Dec 2004, 23:00

RIIiiiiiight!

--Was looking up a few more things on the g-g-grandrents, looks like its time to call Grandpa and see if he feel's like talking... I may just wait till Christmas that way he won't have to be on the phone...
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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby mfjp » 13 Dec 2004, 05:58

Hi Amy, I am gathering up some info for you... and am now wondering why you called Pasquale "Pap"..

Any reason why "Pap"?? Will explain why I ask later.

Looks like Louisa and Pasquale came over to the US at different times. On a 1910 census it says that they were both married once.

You did not mention which Salerno. If you go to the place search database at the left of the home page, do a search of Salerno... and you will get 3 different areas.
ARENA PO (Pavia) SALERNO
SALERNO (Salerno)
CELICO (Cosenza) SALERNO

Any idea as to what area?
Get back to you soon.
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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby AmyT » 13 Dec 2004, 07:07

mfjp--

Mary Louise Delaro did come over at a different time, but as I know it they were both from Salerno..

My cousin has a page that has some of the info.. but this is all I've got:

Delaro? Deleo? Delero?, Maria Luisa (Mary Louise)
Birth : 6 JAN 1879 Salerno,Italy
Death : 5 NOV 1941 Pennsylvania

Marriage: 26 AUG 1899 in Uniontown,Fayette County,Pennsylvania
Spouse:

Lucia, Pasquale "Pap"
Birth : 27 FEB 1868 Salerno,Italy
Death : 10 JAN 1966 Ohio

So -- According to that they were both in PA in 1899 at least.

Salerno is as far as I got, JUST Salerno, I have no idea.

The 'Pap' was I am guessing his nickname?

Thanks for anything you can get..
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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby mfjp » 13 Dec 2004, 10:10

Hi Amy, I did find a ships record, and the birthdate fits very well... unfortunately, the Ellis Island link does not link ... but I did find the manifest by other means... :D can send you a copy.
First Name: Pasquale
Last Name: Lucia
Ethnicity: Italy
Last Place of Residence: Mirabello
Date of Arrival: May 26, 1892
Age at Arrival:  24y    Gender:  M    Marital Status:    
Ship of Travel: Waesland
Port of Departure: Antwerp
Manifest Line Number: 0199

I sent you a private message as well. Write to you later.

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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby ptimber » 13 Dec 2004, 17:21

There are 5 Mirabello towns in Italy and alll of them in the North of Italy so since Salerno is in the south of Italy, how canyou justify the data? peter
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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby ptimber » 13 Dec 2004, 17:35

Do you mean by "other means" to be www.jewishgen.org/databases/EIDB/ellis.html...... Peter
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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby mfjp » 13 Dec 2004, 18:46

By the Peter, when posting a link you should be more careful,

this is the message I got when I tried to link to your posted link...

400 Bad Request
Request cannot be handled by the server.
Reason: URL contains '..' - Safety alert: this is probably an attack.

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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby ptimber » 13 Dec 2004, 20:05

Then try www.jewishgen.org. Peter
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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby ptimber » 13 Dec 2004, 20:06

Then try www.jewishgen.org. Peter
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Re: Salerno- Lucia and or Delaro

Postby AmyT » 13 Dec 2004, 20:09

My Cousin Russell has obviously been digging around too, I just found some of his posts in another forum.. Emailing him next to see what he has in concrete.

Seems that http://www.EllisIsland.org has my GGrandfather Pasquale Lucia, age 24, arriving May 26, 1892 aboard the S.S. Waesland, and that his residence was listed as Mirabello.

Here is the link to my Lucia list: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Esta ... html#lucia

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