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PostPosted: Tue Mar 23, 2010 2:10 pm    Post subject: Caulonia and San Giovanni in Fiore to Massachusetts Reply with quote

wow. I love this stuff. I started researching my mother's roots recently and occasionally come up with a detail that opens a huge new door.

My MGF's name was Vincenzo Leo (maybe Lio in R. Calabria). He was born in 1884 in Caulonia (I guess that's in Cozenza). He came when he was 18, so that would be 1902. I find hundreds of Vincenzo Leos on manifests, but none that seem to be him.
My mother says he came here with his best friend "Campare Frank" (Vincenzo Francisco Circosta) who eventually settled in Springfield, MA and became a barber.
My GF Vincenzo ended up in Worcester, MA after marrying Philomena Braica from Springfield.
Since I cannot find reliable manifests from 1900—1010 all I have is WWI and II registration cards, census records and some naturalization papers.

Similarly frustrating: I cannot find a 1907 manifest for my Greek PGF who left Albania, traveled across the Adriatic, across Italy to Napoli, then to NY.

For all these family members I have numerous manifests from later visit trips back and forth from Napoli to NY.
I have found out that MGF Leo's family evidently moved to San Giovanni in Fiore because I have traced his Father Nicola and sister Rosa to that town. My M tells me her GF Nicola had a lot of romantic "fun," so who knows what I may eventually find out about him!
The Calabrian Exchange seems like a great resource but doesn't have birth info back as far as 1884. I guess I'll have to wait till more info becomes available.
Any hints or suggestions?
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 23, 2010 3:12 pm    Post subject: Re: Caulonia and San Giovanni in Fiore to Massachusetts Reply with quote

Hi John! Welcome to Gente!
Caulonia is in Reggio Calabria Province and not Cosenza. San Giovanni In Fiore is in Cosenza Province. You can try to find information from San Giovanni In Fiore on the Cosenza Province Archive.
Give us the names, locations and ages of anyone you are looking for ship manifests for. Any other names (brothers, sisters, parents) would be helpful too. This will help our members to locate something for them.

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