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Mirabile, Michael 12/11/1999 Boston MA
Posted by: Michael Mirabile Date: December 11, 1999 at 07:47:21
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Hello I'm in search of relatives from the U.S. and Italy as I'd like to visit Italy in 2000. My name is Michael Mirabile, and I'm a Massachusetts Mirabile so to speak. My grandfather was Giuseppe Mirabile and grandmother was Concetta Mirabile-Greco. Unfortunately, I've lost the paper an uncle of mine provided me with the town, county, etc. of where in Sicily my grandfather, Giuseppe lived but I'll try to recover that.

Anyway, I think I can provide some helpful information for the Massachusetts-New York Mirabile's out there and possibly this extends to the Chicago Mirabile's too? So here goes:

Giuseppe and Concetta Mirabile of Readville-Hyde Park, MA had ten children: Alphonse, Joseph, Angela, Eleanor, Elizabeth, Albert, Margarite, Guido and William and Raymond (twins).

My father was Raymond of the set of twins. He passed away in 1988 from Lupus. I'm still in contact with his twin brother William and his family. I also have a younger brother Robert who lives in Princeton, NJ presently attending graduate school down there. I live in Stoneham, MA. I'm 26 years old and eager to learn, share, and communicate with any and all other Mirabile's.

Write to me and let's see what we can learn and figure out. I'm well aware the Mirabile name is an old one...in fact I'm directly related to a group of Mirabello's that are direct descendants of my family...as the story goes, when my grandfather Guiseppe said the last name at the birth for a couple of my relatives the doctor wrote the name down as he understood it to be spelled based on the vocal sound of the name since my grandfather could not speak/write English very well. Hence, the breakout of the name into Mirabello and Mirabella's which you'll find a lot of, too!


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