ships to argentina from italy... HELP

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ships to argentina from italy... HELP

Post by yonomas84 » 16 Jan 2020, 18:20

So I find the grandpa, but is a little tricky
He came from Italy to Argentina under the name Felipe Dipeo


He had a son in 1909 , the certificate says that he had 37, so we believe he was born in 1872

We found his marriage certificate, that says he was from Castelfidardo, Ancona and the name of their parents ( Angela Frani and Tommaso Di Peio)



We found the same parents ( Angela Frani and Tommaso Di Peio) that had a son named Felice Di Peio, but that was in 1888 in a totally different place Semivicoli.


So, we are trying to understand how to prove that this Felipe Dipeo and Felice Di Peio are the same person,
but the date of born are different . 1872 vs 1888.

We could not found any data about the ship that arrived to Argentina, actually we could not found any Dipeo or Di Peio on those ships....

any idea were to find more info about the arrival of these people to argentina?

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Post by PippoM » 17 Jan 2020, 13:20

What kind of record do you hav about the 1888 one?
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