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Re: DiGiacomo
Posted by: Cathy Youngblood Date: May 28, 1998 at 14:38:51
In Reply to: DiGiacomo by Chuck James of 279

Chuck, I do not have this line but thought I would take a look when I saw it had been added as there was an Anthony James (DiGiacomo) who witnessed by g-grandfather's (Rocco Madonna)naturalization intent in 1900 in Boulder Co., CO. The name DiGiacomo had changed by that time to James, although DiGiacomo is in () on the form. Both were coal miners near Louisville, CO. Rocco Madonna came from Taranta Peligna, Chieti, Abruzzi, Italy but I know most of the surnames from that town and don't think Anthony James (DiGiacomo) came from there. From research on my grandmother's side, I do know there were DiGiacomo's near Campobasso but don't know if they came to U.S. If this is of interest to you, I may have more references to Anthony in some Louisville history stuff.
Cathy (Madonna) Youngblood


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