Mezza Family - Di Lucia Family

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Mezza Family - Di Lucia Family

Post by Charday8 » 10 Mar 2015, 00:36

I'm trying to find out more about my Fathers side of the family. Mezza.
This is the information I have
My Fathers Grandfather was Domenico Mezza
born Aug 19, 1860 in Casalattico, Italy

His Grandmother was Maria Civita Forte
born Jan 17, 1861 Casalattico, Italy
died Aug 12, 1911 Casalattico, Italy
They married May 16, 1886 in Casalattico, Italy
They had 4 Children
Angelo Mezza April 23, 1887 Casalattico,Italy
Maria Mezza Aug 22,1895 Belfast This is My Grandmother!!!
Maria Luisa Mezza March 28,1897 Belfast
Adalina Mezza Dec 31,1898 Belfast

Now they at some point came back to Casalattico
in Jan 17, 1920 Maria Luisa Mezza Married
Tommaso Mezza
born April 6 1891 in Genova, Italy
died 1929 in Detroit, Michigan
They had a child that died at a young age in Casalattico, Italy
and then 3 other sons together
Angelo Mezza
born Sept 16,1920 Casalattico,Italy
died May 23, 2003 in Detroit,Michigan

Ernesto August Mezza
born Aug 15, 1921 Detroit, Michigan
died Sept 26, 2013 Delray Beach,Florida * My Father

Fiore (Larry) Mezza
born May 20,1923 Detroit,Michigan
died March 21 2013 Clarksville,Tennessee

My Grandmother Maria Luisa Mezza
Married Crescenzo Di Lucia
and had 2 more sons
Rolando Di Lucia
Rudolph Di Lucia

I have been to Casalattico, Italy and was so fortunate to meet some of the Forte Family my second cousin and 5th cousin. But really interested in trying to find out more of the Mezza's and Di Lucia side. Any and all Information would be great!!!

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Re: Mezza Family - Di Lucia Family

Post by gianx69 » 26 Feb 2017, 22:03

I think I found information about a few people you mention in your post...

this is an amazing website, made by Paul Forte, a common relative to me and you I think, according to your post. ... /815.html

You can easily find some "branches" of your family that do back centuries!

IF you need assistance in how to NAVIGATE the website, let me know...

regards, Giancarlo...

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