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- 29 Jul 2019, 23:23
- Forum: Emigration, Immigration, Naturalization and Italian citizenship
- Topic: How did G'Dad get from East to West Coast in 1890s?
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My grandfather and some of his brothers came into the U.S. from Italy in the 1890s through New York. They settled in California. But I cannot find any record of how they traveled from the East Coast to the West Coast. What were the most common methods of travel during that time period and how might ...
Some of my cousins insist that some of their ancestors came from Barbonia. I've not been able to find that name for anywhere in Italy. One cousin said it's in Torino, but I haven't been able to find it there either. Help????
My grandfather was Pietro Toso. He was born in or near Varese Ligure in 1867, as best I can determine. He immigrated to San Francisco Bay area (California, USA), likely arriving in some time between 1887 and 1889. He married Giovanna Nave, who was also born in or near Varese Liqure. I believe they w...
- 05 Jan 2019, 00:04
- Forum: Italian language, handwriting , script & translations
- Topic: Can you help me by identifying the document, please?
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I think the entry on the lower left of this image is a birth record for my grandfather, Pietro Toso. But my skill at reading this old handwriting is poor. Help? I'm trying to identify his parents. He was born in or near Varese Ligure, La Spezia, Liguira. As far as I can determine from scant family a...
OnomasticoYesterday : s. Matteo Today : s. Maurizio Tomorrow : s. Lino, s. Pio da Pietralcina