Antonio Latona- Missing Uncle

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DanielaL1981
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Antonio Latona- Missing Uncle

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Hello, I am trying to find any information on my uncle, Antonio (tony) Latona, who has been missing for 40 years. We recently heard he may be alive and living in Winooski, Vermont. He was born in 1938 in Castelbuono, Sicily to Santo Latona and Anna Cavolo-Latona. They moved to New York about 1956. His siblings believe his birth month was June, but are not 100% sure. I have been searching for any information and thought we had one lead on him living in California, but we confirmed that was not the Antonio we were looking for.

If anyone knows an Antonio Latona, please contact me.

Thank you,

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this is the Birth record of a child of a Antonio Latona born in italy and 39 old on 1978.. The child was named Antonio Sandrino Latona, that Sandrino is similar to Santino ( little Santo) and the family lived in Vermont:
https://i.postimg.cc/gJW7QTn9/latona.jpg
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