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Re: Antonio LaFalce

Postby lam40502 » 05 Feb 2007, 16:12

Hi Joyce,

I had checked Paginebianche.it and didn't find any LaFala listings. I was hoping that maybe that last "a" was really a "ce" written closely together, but the handwriting is so even and regular on the page that I knew it was a stretch! (Not to mention the fact that the age was off by about seven years...) :(

I had not seen the manifest you posted. If the age is correct, I have a feeling it is not "my" Antonio. Although I don't know his exact date of birth, his death certificate indicates that he was born in 1862 or 1863. I feel pretty confident about the immigration date of 1886-ish because his first child was born in 1886, and his next child was born 11 months after my great-grandmother and their first child immigrated. (I found those records, so I have that date of 24 Apr 1888.)

Maybe he just swam over... :D

Many thanks,
Leslee
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Re: Antonio LaFalce

Postby jcsm400 » 05 Feb 2007, 23:54

Hi Leslee,

Our professional genealogist (Trish) says not to discount anything in a -/+ 10 range! .....May just want to hang onto that manifest. Besides a transcription error, there is also the possibility that he arrived in a port that is not online or through Canada & then down to NY.

Have you contacted the Salerno archive?

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Re: Antonio LaFalce

Postby lam40502 » 06 Feb 2007, 00:12

Hi Joyce,

Thanks for the very good advice. I will most definitely hang onto it!

Having never contacted any archive in Italy, I was afraid the information I had wasn't good enough... However, I think maybe it's time to take your earlier advice and give that a whirl!

Thanks for your help,
Leslee
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Re: Antonio LaFalce

Postby jcsm400 » 06 Feb 2007, 00:25

Having his parents' names & approx. year of birth is enough. They'll do a search.

Go for it! :D
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Re: Antonio LaFalce

Postby lam40502 » 06 Feb 2007, 15:10

Will do! Thanks, Joyce!

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Re: Antonio LaFalce

Postby dommatula » 12 Oct 2010, 15:46

my name is theodore dominick matula, 89 yrs old. my father is nicola
matula from san gregorio magno, salerno italy came to usa about 1900
at age 13. settled in lower nyc and then brooklyn as a barber. i have
family tree dating back to 1802, surnames include lardi, deleo,tozzi,
moriello,padula,radano,etc.
address me at, dommatula@gmail.com for more info
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Re: Antonio LaFalce

Postby Adrian1972 » 13 Nov 2010, 02:13

hello. My name is Adrian La Falce. My grand grandfather's name was Antonio La Falce, was Saint Arsenio, Salerno, Campania. His son was Arsenio La Falce, born in 1869. I wanted to know if anyone could provide some data to know more about them. Thanks
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Re: Antonio LaFalce

Postby Pablo Lafalce » 08 Jul 2013, 21:43

lam40502 wrote:Hi Joyce,

I had checked Paginebianche.it and didn't find any LaFala listings. I was hoping that maybe that last "a" was really a "ce" written closely together, but the handwriting is so even and regular on the page that I knew it was a stretch! (Not to mention the fact that the age was off by about seven years...) :(

I had not seen the manifest you posted. If the age is correct, I have a feeling it is not "my" Antonio. Although I don't know his exact date of birth, his death certificate indicates that he was born in 1862 or 1863. I feel pretty confident about the immigration date of 1886-ish because his first child was born in 1886, and his next child was born 11 months after my great-grandmother and their first child immigrated. (I found those records, so I have that date of 24 Apr 1888.)

Maybe he just swam over... :D

Many thanks,
Leslee


Hi I'm looking also to Antonio Lafalce, he is my great-grandfather was born on March 26, 1868 in Castrovillari Cosenza Italy and Emigrated to America, not well where so if that married Maria Antonia Poglisa or Pogliza the day 15/04/1889, widowed on 08/07/1907 then moved to Argentina where he married my great grandmother Rosario Giosa the 26/06/1909 not know if you will serve the data I'm looking for the journey because what is , brothers of my great-grandfather went to USA one to Brazil and one to Argentina. Well I do not know how many brothers were when Antonio's father (my great great grandfather) was Domenico La Falce or Sunday Lafalce. A hug and I hope your answer.
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