Thank you Jim- What a nice surprise to see this information on my great-great grandfather today and also also some of the original documents. This is really an amazing website- everyone has been so helpful. Carlo's brother, Giovangiuseppe may have come to NYC as well- I have seen his name before and never knew where he fit in my family. I will have to go back and look at my notes.
I am surprised at how old his parents were when he was born (41 and 45)- was that common in Italy? Thanks again Susan
Yes, their ages did get my attention, especially hers. Since Luigi was born abt. 1831, I would guess there were probably many more children born to Pasquale and Rosalia. Unfortunately, I haven't rented any birth record films for the 1830's and early 1840's that could be researched at the FHC.
Researching surnames Ianniello, Tamburrino, Mattora/Martora/Mattori & Scialla in Santa Maria Capua Vetere, Caserta, Campania.
Hi...My name is Diane Trocciola Hauselt. I am also interested in the Trocciola family as well. Susan Trocciola is my cousin. Her Dad is my first cousin. I have also been trying to get information about the Trocciola Family as well.
I am also interested in the Graziano family which is Giovanni's Trocciola wife's maiden name. Her first name was Francesca Graziano. Her dad was Giuseppe Graziano and her mom was Angelina Venezia. I don't have much information on either of these 2 families. I do know that they were from Naples. I know that my grandmother came to the US with her parents and I think she had one sister. Also, my grandparents did not meet in Italy, they met in Brooklyn, New York, USA. I have their original Marriage Certificate. They got married in Brooklyn,New York, USA on August 14, 1910.