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Re: Farone-Faraone of Alvignano, Casserta
Posted by: cheryle Date: September 07, 2001 at 05:18:28
In Reply to: Farone-Faraone of Alvignano, Casserta by Shirley Farone of 38

Hi Shirley,
After getting stuck researching my family genealogy, I decided to start to take a peak into my husband's side. His Grandmother was Mary Ann Farone Parillo, wife of Joseph Parillo. Not sure where she was from maybe Bellano - found a Maria and Guiseppe Parillo Ellis Is. site coming on 3/22/1912 and their ages are correct so it may be them. Anyway, needing to first start with dates, decided the St. Peter's Cemetery in Saratoga (I live in Saratoga) was a good place to start. Sat. was a beautiful day and we walked the cemetery checking for Parillo's and Farone's. One Farone I found may be of interest to you. A gravestone reading JOHN FARONE B. MAY 3, 1862 ALVIGNANO, ITALY
D. 6/3/1920
D. 6/28/1947
Also of interest is the fact that my Mary's descendents of Mary's brother "Louis" may have also used the spelling Faraone.

As I say, just starting on this line but if you're interested in anything further on this line let me know and I will forward it as I find it. Most likely will work on this when I get frustrated with my own side- sure you know what I mean.



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