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italian soldiers died in WW1 and WW2

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Dear friends,
here there is the database of italian soldiers who died in WW1 and WW2
I hope it helps
bye Riccardo

http://www.difesa.it/Ministro/Commissar ... olture.htm
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Thanks Riccardo! I wish this was around when I was looking for Enrico! But I see him in the file! :)
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it was my pleasure
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Located a Giovanni Cupi. perhaps some relation to Settimio, and I see Amedeo listed as well....great link Riccardo!! :D
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Riccardo :D ,
What a wonderful resource.
Thank you!
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www.castlegarden.org
Francesco Paolo Bruno
age 40
ship Citta Di Genova
Arrived 7 JUN 1902
Origin Italy
Port Genoa & Naples
Destination Johnston
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Ricardo ! Figlio di papa... Thank you for your kind efforts in our behalf. Your find is another facet in the brilliance of Italian genealogy. =Peter=
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Here is the image just in case, although we expected him to arrive in Louisiana:

Manifest

Ancestry has the manifest listed with the following information:


New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957

Name: Fro Pavlo Bruno
Arrival Date: 7 Jun 1902
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1862
Age: 40
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Naples, Italy
Ethnicity/Race-
/Nationality: Italian
Ship Name: Citta di Genova
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Line: 13
Microfilm Serial: 15
Microfilm Roll: T715_282
Page Number: 111
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According to my notes, I think we found this one before and Riccardo ruled it out but we will wait for him to return and confirm.
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He should have come thru the Louisiana port...but you never know, and I don't remember did the second manifest list his previous location in the US??

Even Suanj has tried to locate this manifest without much luck....it's been a tough one to find!!

Now off to the grocery store!!
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Lee this guy was resident in Tursi, not in Trapani, I really think it is not him, thanks for your efforts
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wldspirit wrote:Here is the image just in case, although we expected him to arrive in Louisiana:

Manifest

Ancestry has the manifest listed with the following information:


New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957

Name: Fro Pavlo Bruno
Arrival Date: 7 Jun 1902
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1862
Age: 40
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Naples, Italy
Ethnicity/Race-
/Nationality: Italian
Ship Name: Citta di Genova
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Line: 13
Microfilm Serial: 15
Microfilm Roll: T715_282
Page Number: 111
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Thanks for this great resource Riccardo. I was able to locate information on my ancestors because of your link. Hope you have a great day!

Grazie,
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Names researching: Acierno, Rienzi, Cantasano, Mormando, Benedetto, Seccafico, Napolitano.
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it was my pleasure to help you all
have a great day you too
bye Riccardo
taxi55 wrote:Thanks for this great resource Riccardo. I was able to locate information on my ancestors because of your link. Hope you have a great day!

Grazie,
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I just posted the image, thanks go to Michael for taking the time to look!! :D
The search goes on!!
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