If you do a search on www.familysearch.org for the name Carmine DeLorenzo you will find a lot of entries. The 1905 NY Census shows a Carmine DeLorenzo lived on Mulberry St., and then when you look at the 1898 immigration record it looks like this person lived on Mulberry St. There are also some naturalization records listed.
Try looking for the other names on www.familysearch.org. It is free.
I'm not related to this family but I like helping people out. Many people helped me along the way.
Good luck and enjoy searching and looking at these leads. Let me know if you need any help.
I found what could be Antonio on the Ellis Island website traveling with his wife Anna. It has some handwriting that says he is returning to the US, had resided in US over 5 years. His nearest relative or friend listed is R. M. Piani. It looks like he knows the two parties on the manifest above him because they also show R. M. Piani as the nearest friend or relative.
There are several ship records on the Ellis Island website. I will give you the links so you can view them. These ship manifests have a lot of information on them about where they were going, where they came from, plus information of about people they knew in the country they came from and they country they were visiting. I think it said on one that Antonio could not read so this could partially account for the spelling variations of the last name.
Perhaps someone may know the answer to this: I have 41 photos on site, and have enabled "all photos" to be shown, but only 12 keep circling. Then I enabled the whole 41, but that brought up a few different photos amongst the already circling ones, but still only 12.
What can I do to have them all going at the same time please?
Having your DNA tested with Family Tree DNA would be a good place to start. You may have already done this.
Once you have your results, you'll be able to look over the matches they provide. Sensing out email to them asking about there family tree, family stories, family locations and where their family origin might be. Ancestry.com may be able to help with finding a paper trail or other people who have posted a family tree. Then you can send them an email asking questions as I had mentioned earlier. If you have your DNA results from Family Tree DNA, then you might want to visit www.grdmatch.com. They offer more connections and tools you can use. Again, you can send out emails. Once you start establishing connections and exchanging information, you will start building up your leads.