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Posted: 7 Apr 1999 7:01PM GMT


s.gallicchio (View posts)
Posted: 23 May 1999 4:05AM GMT
Paul, did your family come to the usa through ellis island? Mine came at the turn of the cent. and most went to new jersey.

Gallicchio ancestory

Lisa Cannon (Gallicchio) (View posts)
Posted: 30 Oct 1999 12:39PM GMT
Paul, The people you want to find out about are my grandparents. I am the only child of James Paul Gallicchio - the youngest of 9 children that Dom Mary had.

Gallicchio Ancestory

Lisa Cannon (Gallicchio) (View posts)
Posted: 30 Oct 1999 12:41PM GMT
Paul, Please call me: 407-359-8212. I'd love to find out who you are!

Gallicchio families

Michele Capasso (View posts)
Posted: 5 Nov 1999 7:00AM GMT
Paul, there are Gallicchio's in Chicago, My grandmother is from Calvello, Italy her parents are Rosaria Conti and Michele Gallichio(dropped a c)her name is Rosaria Gallichio, married Michael (Michele spelling for Michael) LaGiovine, some spell it logiovina.Michaels mother is Grace Gallichio and his father is Nicola LaGiovine.
Michael and Rosaria LaGiovine had six girls, and two boys. Names are Grace, Isabella, Margaret, Mary, Felicia, Anna, Nicholas, and Robert. We were told we had relatives in New York. Our families in Chicago are The , Carbones, Panellas, Lascos, Gallichios, and LaGiovines, Kuekings, Becks, Finnegans, Digates, Jacobi, Interisanos, Barones, Linds, Pedis. Michael LaGiovine was born March 15, 1872 died August 1,1946 Rosaria born January 10, 1874 died March 16, l952.

Marie Antonia Gallicchio

Richard DiNetta (View posts)
Posted: 6 Jan 2000 6:42AM GMT
im looking for anyone that may have infrmation
on Marie Antonia Gallicchio married Dom.
DiNetta.may be burried in mt. Olivett in
newark n.j. may have lived in elizabeth n.j.
on rt 1 9. tks Richard DiNetta


Vincent E Martinelli (View posts)
Posted: 11 Feb 2000 1:12PM GMT
I have many GALLICCHIO relatives on my family tree, and they too shortened their name by dropping a 'c'. I'm also told that an 'L' gets dropped once in a while, and in extreme cases the name is shortened to GALLO.

My GALLICCHIO relatives can be traced back to the very early 1800's to a place called AVIGLIANO, which is part of the area of POTENZA, right in the heart of BASILICATA, pretty close to the ankle bone of the boot.

I am seeking more information on Francisco Antonio Gallicchio, who married Angela Maria Delaita (not sur of the spelling). They had at least 6 children, all of them were girls. However, I have new evidence that there may have also been a boy.

Francisco Antonio Gallicchio's father is Valentino Gallicchio, but I don't know his mother's name. He has at least 2 brothers, namely Michael Gallicchio and Giovanni Gallicchio. Francisco's children are believed to be: Giovanni, Elisabetta, Angela Maria Assunda, Maria Michelina, Maria Filomena, Maria Michelina, and Rosaline. Yes there are 2 Maria Michelina's.

About half of the Gallicchio family is said to have stayed in Italy, and almost all of the ones who came to America remained in the Greater Waterbury and Greater Torrington areas of Connecticut.

Please contact me with any information regarding the GALLICCHIO surname, or any information regarding AVIGLIANO. You can contact me at


Jane (View posts)
Posted: 16 May 2000 11:35AM GMT
In reference to your statment about Francisco Antonio Gallicchio and Angela Maria Delaita, in reference to the posibilities that there was a boy son. If posibble could you give me more information.


Posted: 14 Jun 2000 6:37PM GMT
Edited: 28 Nov 2004 11:19PM GMT
What information would you like? Who are you?


Jane (View posts)
Posted: 17 Jun 2000 7:33AM GMT
My Dad does not know much about his genetic family. His last name was Gallicchio. So I am just curious about the ancestry of the last name. The information that I am looking for. Just general information.
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