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Re: Barca's and others from Pedace
Posted by: carmela Date: August 24, 2001 at 09:52:39
In Reply to: Re: Barca's from Pedace by Marie Barca of 48

I've been going through microfilms from LDS that include death, marriage and birth records -- so far I've dabbled between 1886 to 1900. Barca, Scarcello, De Luca, Morrone, D'Ambrosia, Leonetti, Cava, Martire, Oliverio. We are all inter-related.

Pittsburgh peaks my interest: Many Scarcellos, from Pedace, and I'm sure others, went to Pittsburgh first before moving on, around 1910. This per research on www.ellisislandrecords.com, and common family knowledge. There was a Staine family that stayed there, that my grandmother "introduced" my mother to, from Grandma's death bed. "I would like you to meet Mr. and Mrs. Staine. They are your cousins from Pittsburgh." If you can help?


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