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Garbarino (View posts)
Posted: 12 Jun 1999 8:46PM GMT
Looking for information on grandmother's family Garbarino from Monto Bruno (Genova, Italy).

Garbarino family

George Cappel (View posts)
Posted: 10 Jul 1999 7:41PM GMT
Trying to locate family of Joseph Garbarino. Childrens names are Jacob, Jane, Charles, John, Leo, Tony, Kathleen Joseph Jr. Joseph Sr. wife name is was Mary. Last known address St. Paul, Mn. Came to USA around 1876.

Garbarino research

Georgia Garbarino Biller (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jul 1999 1:58AM GMT

Monto Bruno Garbarino

Georgia Garbarino Biller (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jul 1999 2:06AM GMT
I have family, I think, in the same area
My town is Barbageleta that is being searched for the marriage record of the parents of Guiseppe Garbarino of 1850. He came to Am. in 1864 and remained here without family of the old country. He landed in CA and came to AZ to settle.Montebruno is only a short distance from Barbageleta. I have a friend that has family in Montebruno also. Not Garbarinos however.

Garbarino Family - Genoa

Garbarino (View posts)
Posted: 5 Aug 1999 2:33PM GMT
My Grandparents came from Genoa. My Grandmothers maiden name was Ferrara.
My Grandfather was born on a ship bound for the US. His family ultimately settled
in CA also. Then returned to Italy via NY. I have heard that some of his family fought
in the Civil WAR (for the south) having been drafted while pass through Louisiana or Texas
on their way to NY. Has anybody else heard of anyhting like this?

Ancestor in Civil War

George Cappel (View posts)
Posted: 18 Aug 1999 7:11PM GMT
I know of a Garbarino family in Elton La. who grandfather was in the civil war. If you are interested in this family you can e-mail me.




Garbarino''s in Civil War

Posted: 24 Aug 1999 9:09AM GMT
Edited: 28 Jun 2003 2:16PM GMT
I can tell you that both my great great grandfather and his brother (James and Nicholas Garbarino) fought in the Civil War for the South. James settled in Elton, Louisiana and Nicholas settled in St Martinville, Louisiana. According to old records Nicholas was taken prisoner at Vicksburg and paroled home. He served in I think the 4th Louisiana Regiment. I can verify this for you if you wish. My e-mail address is CarlDG@aol.com

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Steve Garbarino (View posts)
Posted: 5 Oct 1999 10:22AM GMT
I have managed to find out that my Great Great Grandfather (Steven), while on his way from
San Francisco, stopped to visit his brother in LA. While there, his brother
was drafted and they tried to draft Steven, but did not. From what I understand,
Steven stayed in LA with his brothers family while his brother was in the war.
I understand that his brother was killed in action and never returned.
My uncle has also told me that the Garbarino family traveled back and forth from the US to
Italy many times during the 1800's. Does anyone have any information on relatives who remained
in ITALY?

Joseph Garbarino

Steve Garbarino (View posts)
Posted: 5 Oct 1999 10:25AM GMT
I have a great uncle, Joseph Garbarino. Fathers name was
Steven Garbarino. He will be 100 this year. His parents
(and there children) were in and around San Fran when not returning to Italy.
He is in Brroklyn, NY now.

GARBARINO

Pat Porter (View posts)
Posted: 12 Nov 1999 7:15PM GMT
Joseph Garbarino, lived in Detroit, Michigan. Married to Doris Green. They had two daughters, Deloras and Barbara. I heard he was a police chief in Detroit Any information on Joseph, Doris, Deloras or Barbara would be appreciated.
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