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Re: D'Andrea family,felice,adaline,ronald,jhonny,sam,teresa,fabble&jay migliordi
Posted by: Amelie D'ANDREA (ID *****9680) Date: March 22, 2009 at 05:24:21
In Reply to: Re: D'Andrea family,felice,adaline,ronald,jhonny,sam,teresa,fabble&jay migliordi by CANDACE D'ANDREA of 174


That's soo strange to think I may have family I don't know! Where are you from?
That's a sad story you told me about Adeline. So you lost contact with the family living in Carapelle? Maybe I can help you on that point, I think (I'm not sure, I can't guarantee anything) that my father is still in touch with some cousin of him back there (he was born and lived there until he was 6 or 7). Maybe I can ask him? If you have any question I would be glad to help you. That can be interesting, even for me. In any case, I'll ask him about Felice, if that name means something to him or not.
About your sister in law, did you find her thanks to that forum? It's terribly exciting to think we have family all over the world. I was just searching my name on the net, and came here by any chance. Well now maybe I've found some distant relatives!!!
(And I'm sorry if my english is not correct, I haven't talked to someone in that language for a few years, I've forgotten a lot)

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