The 1910 Giorgio manifest appears to be not the right one then, as he was listed as single, and this census states he came in 1899. His children were all born here.
He may not have been from Sambuca then....
We should look for an 1899 manifest, and a possible 1900-1903 marriage in Louisiana.
|Jim how did you get the WWI draft card to post like that? I'd like to do that for the census records if possible instead of linking them.|
I think you're right Jim and if you look at the 1930 census they're only 4 years apart in age. I now the census info can be wrong but it's a starting point.
|I've got two (for reference) coming to New Orleans in 1897|
297 GIGLIOTTA NICOLO 51 M SICILY SAMBUCA
729 GIGLIOTTA ROSALIA 33 F SICILY SAMBUCA
Jim what do you think.
John take a look at the relatives he's meeting up with and see if the surname looks familiar.
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