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Ceraldi Family connections

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Ceraldi Family connections

Marilyn Sowers (View posts)
Posted: 9 Feb 2004 8:50AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Rebecca,

I just read your message of Sept. 1, 2003, and then the messages of Feb. 8th and 9th. I am surprised and excited, because until today I'd been totally unaware of any BC connection. I am sure there is one. I get my email at work, so I'll get more facts at home this evening. I am sure there is a connection, because Pietragalla is a very small place.

My grandmother was a Maria Ceraldi from Pietragalla. who married Teodosio DeNicola. My mother Maria Saveria DeNicola, born in 1907, was their first child. My grandmother and mother immigrated with Teodosio to Gary, Indiana, in 1910. The middle name can be anglicized to the name Xavieria.

My mother was named after Teodosio's mother as was the custom (I don't know whether it was a local or a national tradition).

My grandmother died of tuberculosis in 1920. I still have a letter that was sent to my mother's home after 1920 from relatives of Maria Ceraldi who had emigrated to Buenos Aires, Argentina. Did any of your family go there?

Also, there is a connection between the DeNicola family and the D'Amico family of Welland, Ontario.

More later. Marilyn Sowers
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Marilyn Sowers 9 Feb 2004 3:50PM GMT 
Anna Ceraldi 23 Jul 2004 8:36PM GMT 
Marilyn Sowers 26 Jul 2004 12:01AM GMT 
Anna 27 Jul 2004 8:10PM GMT 
Marilyn Sowers 28 Jul 2004 4:42PM GMT 
babydolldream... 21 Aug 2006 5:48AM GMT 
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