Sardanopoli

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Re: Died On The Ship?

Post by Eleven » 15 Feb 2009, 04:47

Lucia Sardanopoli (the first name may show as Ma. Lucia)
Dec 23, 1902
ss napolitan prince (ship name)

She was traveling with
Concetta DiBattista and the child was Incoranata Sardanopoli.

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Re: Died On The Ship?

Post by wldspirit » 15 Feb 2009, 06:03

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Re: Died On The Ship?

Post by Eleven » 15 Feb 2009, 07:53

Thank you so much.

I think this is the only passenger document for that surname that has it spelled correctly..lol You wouldnt believe the messes I have found with that name.

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Re: Died On The Ship?

Post by wldspirit » 15 Feb 2009, 08:02

Your very welcome!!

You wouldn't think they could misspell the surname of Cupi.....
but I have seen some real doozies!!
My Nonno's first name was Settimio......I think I know why he changed it to Sam.....much easier to spell...... :lol:
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