thank you for your information i have nothing pictures the last information is ernesta dolcemare born in 2 ago 1903 palermo sicile arrived a new york the 31 janv 1911 alone the ship duca di genova last adress broollyn after nothing the consulat can t help me thank you for your help catherine grizzaffi
hello linda i have see the list of the ship of ellis island is going alone of new York nothing family because is coming of the orphelinat of palermo the grandfather of the family is attilio dolcemare and hes adopted in sicily palermo corleone and the sister is going at new York alone i don t no is she is adopted in your state after that nothing in sicily and nothing after Brooklyn thank you very much kiss Catherine grizzaffi
On the ship manifest, she is traveling with Maria Alaino (38 years old). I think this is true because the name they both give for the relative or friend in the country they left is the same. It is in Column 11 of the ship manifest.
The name of the person they both give in the country they left is "Mother, ?????, Carmela" and the location is "Rica????".
Can you look at lines 22 & 23 in Column 11 of the manuscript and tell me what you think it says?
On the second page of the manuscript, lines 22 & 23 in Column 18 give the name of the person they are both going to meet. It is the husband of Maria Alaino. His name is written with the 2105 First Ave., Brooklyn, NY address. His name looks like Vincenzo, Guispepe. Can you tell me what you think it says?
On column 19, it lists the city and country where they were born. Can you tell me what it says?
Does any of this seem familiar? Could this be the family adopting her?
hello linda thank for your information yes i have see the lines 22 and 23 mother loliccero carmela ricalinuto thesame personn ny broolyn vo centro garigaldi n 40 palermo is very difficulte to learn wife innocente maria i have look tthis family name but nothin trace i look a palermo but nothing i am very disappointing thank for your messages kiss catherine
I keep thinking about this little girl and how to find out what happened with her. I've looked at some new records and I think maybe if I can find someone connected to the family of the women who traveled with Ernesta they might know about her. Is it okay with you if I post some questions on different message boards to try to find this family?
thank a lot for your help je cherche sur la famille alaimo mais je n est pas encore de piste serieuse le grand pere de mon mari a recu une famille accueil en sicile a corleone mais pour sa soeur ont n a retrouver que sa date de naissance 2 aout 1903et sonfrere 25 octobre 1904 a palerme mais rien de plus a part le bateau duca di genova 1911 j ai deja ecrit au consulat a new york mais il ne possede rien il dise que c est la mairie de new york qui a les documents merci pour ton soutien c est tres gentil affectueusement catherine et giuseppe grizzaffi
I am looking for any information on the Easley Family. My Great-Grand Father was George Washington Easley (1873-1923) & my Great-Grand Mother was Lotty Scott Easley (1883-1927). They were orginally from Missouri but moved to Oklahoma at some point. They had 7 childern. My grandfather was Marion Darrel Easley (1922-2004). George was married to someone before Lotty. I hope you all can help. Thanks, Kristin
Yes George was married before Lottie, Lottie was the mother of Darrel & Lesta (my grandmother) all the others came from the first marriage. Nellie (Lola's daughter) was still alive and living at the cottage at Canyon Lake a few years ago. If she is alive she would know what her grandmothers name was.