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Re: Cheryl Longo/Avellino/N.Y.-Oakland, CA
Posted by: Cheryl La Rosa Longo (ID *****4601) Date: March 21, 2006 at 14:18:42
In Reply to: Re: Cheryl Longo/Avellino/N.Y.-Oakland, CA by Julie Schneider of 218

Dear Julie,
We are from the same family. My father was William F. (Bill) Longo, and also one of the younger brothers. My 2 brothers are Timothy William Longo, who lives in Coloma, California, on the American River, and my younger brother Michael William Longo, who lives in Oakley, California. I live in Berkeley, and I often go by the old pottery location, which is now the Oakland Library.
I also remember playing at the Pottery. In fact, I think we were all there at the same time once, and we were downstairs running around the pond and looking for colored glass, while all the 'adults' were upstairs eating italian food. Remember that kitchen, and the smells of spagetti?
Listen, my email is:
I have spent the past couple of years discovering the ancestery and history of my Portuguese mother's family who settled in the Sacramento delta area. I just finished writing up my findings and making a booklette for the family.
My brother Mike has been working on the LONGO family. We are trying to find relatives in the Naples hills of Italy. We do have birth certificates and some information, but have problems following the path back to Italy.
I just called Mike and my mother Jeri and read her your letter. They are all excited.
Write back by email, when you read this.

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