|On Cariniexchange under the link resources, extracts, 1882-1904. It brings up an excel spreadsheet. If you go to "find" on the excel menu and type in barbara, then keep hitting next........it will find every case of that word in the document.|
|Jim has set the bar pretty high, hasn't he? His site was what inspired me to do my grandfather's town. He made it look much easier than it is.|
|Yes, I've looked at your site and it's amazing! You've done alot of work.........you should be very proud! I hope some day, when I get mine up and running, that it's half as good as yours (I'd be thrilled)!|
and you have done an amazing job, Celenza Heritage (to mention one) is a fantastic site, I get really exited when I see a site like yours. I don't think there are enough websites dedicated to Italian towns on the internet.
Great job, and I mean that!!
|Nuccia told me once ( I thnk?) that Steve Morris has a form to search census records on Ancestry by address. Since we don't have access, perhaps someone with access can search for the address on the 1930 census?|
|James, this is pretty weird.....|
I have a friend that lives on that same block. Yes, the address is 442 51st street in Brooklyn.
Would you like for me to ask her to take a picture of the building? I think she would definitely do it. She's a friend I used to work with.
From what you see in the picture, the neighborhood hasn't changed much. It's a predominately Spanish neighborhood and has been for years. But now there are a lot of business people moving in and redoing the brownstones and the nieghborhood is changing.
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