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Re: Domenico MANCINI, NYC circa 1900
Posted by: FMF (ID *****8734) Date: August 20, 2005 at 22:44:12
In Reply to: Re: Domenico MANCINI, NYC circa 1900 by Michelle Doutrich of 101

I don't like a general posting myself, but my post was open-ended for a reason.

All I have right now is a name--Domenico MANCINI, a place--80-82 Carmine Street, NYC, and a point in time--early 1900 --and the possibility that this person's wife was my grandfather's sister. Up to this point, all I had to go on for her was a maiden name--FUSELLA or FUSELLI. My grandfather listed his wife's town on the ship's manifest coming into NY, but not his town of birth. I hoped that searching out the MANCINI line might fill in some blanks.

I would be interested in communicating with other relatives in the US, locating the town in Italy from which he came, and/or working with other people looking for this same family.

Thanks for taking the time to respond.


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