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Amico from Sicily to Michigan to California

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Re: Amico from Sicily to Michigan to California

Posted: 22 May 2011 2:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hey chickie, who won't tell you anything? Maybe I can help because I want answers too. On your mother's side (as you know), there were 11 of us born- three singles and 4 sets of twins- from your grandpa and grandma Joseph Salvatore Amico and Vian Smith. They were both sergeants in the American Army where they met, sometime during the Korean "conflict". Joseph and Vian married and had their clan of Amicos in Michigan. Vian was a homemaker and Joseph was a pharmacologist, president of CORD labratories in michigan. My grandparents, your great grandparents, were Joseph and Josephine Amico and I believe they are the ones (not sure) who immigrated from Sicily- and we have relatives all over the East coast. I don't remember Josephine's surname. We are related to Culver, Father Hugo Amico, and a few other surnames your mom knows, or at least your aunt Lisa does. We up and moved to CA because your grandpa Joseph Amico developed severe diabetes and needed to be in a warmer climate because of circulation probs. I was probably around 5 when we moved. Anyway, we have a huge family out there we don't know about so if anyone sees familiar info here, please contact us!
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
RosemaryWoods... 27 Sep 2006 6:38AM GMT 
katiewub 22 Mar 2010 7:32AM GMT 
ginaamico11 22 May 2011 8:25PM GMT 
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