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PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 8:33 am    Post subject: Re: New surnames, Terranova and Bernarducci Reply with quote

Hi Nuccia, sorry I did not have time last night to get back to you. Guiseppe Terranova was born in Sant Arsenio on 10/26/1883 but he had a terrible habit of using his first wife's date of birth on 10/15 or 9/15/1884. His brother Antonio was born in Sant Arsenio on 9/11/1878.

Their sisters Rosa Terranova Di Lio b. 1885 and Maria Terranova Ippolito b. 1874 also lived on and around Sip Avenue in Jersey City, NJ. From what I have found Antonio lived at 325 Sip Avenue for at least 3 decades and Guiseppe lived at 333 Sip Avenue from around 1918 through the 1920's. All Guiseppe's children were born at 333 Sip Avenue. I have their WWI and WWI registration cards, Naturalization papers, Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates as well as their children's BC's, but the census records are eluding me. I did find 1910 for Antonio and first wife Caremlla at 325 Sip Ave and the 1930 for Guisepe and Caterina at 216 Palisades Ave.

Their sister Maria Ippolito and husband Nicola lifed at 327 Sip Ave on the 1920 census and 328 Sip Ave on the 1930 census, different house numbers may be a mistake.

As I found Guiseppe's WWI registration under the name Giuepppa, I am assuming that their surname Terranova may be listed incorrectly on the census records. I have found records listing the surname as Cerranova and Tenynove. Thanks!

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:02 am    Post subject: Re: New surnames, Terranova and Bernarducci Reply with quote

OMG i just found Guiseppe on the 1920 census! listed as Fernova! how silly

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 3:06 pm    Post subject: Re: New surnames, Terranova and Bernarducci Reply with quote

Not silly at all- thats why I asked. Using the advanced search with date of birth can sometimes hit the jackpot!

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 4:15 pm    Post subject: Re: New surnames, Terranova and Bernarducci Reply with quote

Thanks Nuccia, I have been using their dates of births but still cannot find Antonio on 1920 and Guiseppe on 1910. Today I counted 15 different versions of the surname Terranova! LOL Some of the better ones were Eenanova, Tarnovo, Teronyo, Verrannove, Cerranove and Tenanora! Turnova was a good one too, which I had one right now Yum!

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 18, 2011 3:30 am    Post subject: Re: New surnames, Terranova and Bernarducci Reply with quote

lotus45tiye wrote:
Thanks Nuccia, I have been using their dates of births but still cannot find Antonio on 1920 and Guiseppe on 1910. Today I counted 15 different versions of the surname Terranova! LOL Some of the better ones were Eenanova, Tarnovo, Teronyo, Verrannove, Cerranove and Tenanora! Turnova was a good one too, which I had one right now Yum!


Razz That's cute! Ok, so the 1910 census was probably the worst for spelling errors there ever was so it may be a bit tricky. I'll help you look this afternoon when I get home. Meanwhile, check if there is a second or 3rd manifest for the brother's around this time showing previous entry into the US. It may be they were back in Italy visiting during the census and that's why you can't find them. Don't rule anything out.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 18, 2011 8:45 am    Post subject: Re: New surnames, Terranova and Bernarducci Reply with quote

Thanks Nuccia, good idea, Giuseppe did not marry until 1913, he could have been going back and forth. Both Giuseppe and Antonio came to the USA in 1907 and 1901, both going to a brother but only Guiseppe's actually states a name, Luigi.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 18, 2011 7:44 pm    Post subject: Re: New surnames, Terranova and Bernarducci Reply with quote

I tried looking for a few of the people who lived on SIP ST. in the 1920 census to see if I could find Giuseppe there but didn't have any luck - YET! I will keep trying though.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 19, 2011 11:21 am    Post subject: Re: New surnames, Terranova and Bernarducci Reply with quote

Thanks, I appreciate your help. I have been looking for a long time, beginning to think they just did not get counted.

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