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Ognibene ancesters

joann salvo (View posts)
Posted: 2 Jul 1999 3:42PM GMT
Looking for the family of Giacomo Ognibene. He came to the USA early 1900's. He has 2 sisters not sure if they are still alive.
From Palermo,Sicily. Musso maybe related.
Relatives visited us in Cherry Hill,New Jersey in the 1980's.

Ognibene family

Gerald Ognibene (View posts)
Posted: 10 Nov 1999 8:17PM GMT
I recently read your msg. My grandparents, Salvatore Matilda (Rizzo) Ognibene came to the US from near Palermo..a small village ValleLongo Valle Dolmo in Sicily. They settled in Buffalo, NY, and then to a farming community near Bflo, North Collins, NY, which is where I grew up, now in NJ. My great grandfather's name was JosephOgnibene, and he also came to the US in the earlly 1900's. Joseph Matilda O had 9 children: Josephine, Cosima,Rose, Mary, Joseph, Charles, Dominic,Loretto (my father), and Vincent. Ciao~ Jerry O.

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vanessa (View posts)
Posted: 31 Mar 2000 9:11AM GMT
My greatgrandmother had a sister named Sara Obnibene, they settled in Buffao and were from Vallelonga (vallelunga). Her maiden name was Mistretta, she married a Gandolf Asciutto. Wonder if they were sisters.

Ognibene family

Jerry (View posts)
Posted: 31 Mar 2000 7:53PM GMT
I was hapy to receive your msg. My grandmother's name was Matilda Rizzo, married to Salvatore O. She had 2 sisters, Jennie Rizzo Frances Rizzo. They originally settled in Bflo NY in the early 1900's, then moved to buy farms and settled south of Bflo, in North Collins, NY
St Anthony's Church in Bflo was the main church in Bflo's west side, for Italian immigrants. I plan to contact them for records such as baptisms, etc. It may be a good source to try. Good Luck, and keep in touch if you learn anything new. J Ognibene

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vanessa (View posts)
Posted: 1 Apr 2000 8:04AM GMT
Yes, I will keep in touch, I hope you can ask around and see if thesetwo families are related. They also settled in Bufalo and attended St. Anthony's chuch.

Musso geneology

Ricky Musso (View posts)
Posted: 6 Apr 2000 9:04PM GMT
I haven't seen any Ognibene's in our tree,
but if you find any Musso's, please contact
me. Thanks Ricky Musso rmusso@bellsouth.net

Musso, Benigno, Ognibene

Robin Turizo (View posts)
Posted: 24 May 2000 1:20PM GMT
My grandfather's mother was Angela Romano. Angela was born in Italy in 1879 and came to New York or New Jersey when she was 13 years old: apx.1892.
Angela's mother was Rose Musso, according to a 1920's census list. THey lived at 86 Semel Avenue Garfield, NJ.
Angela Romano married Pietro Benigno and they had my grandfather Charles Benigno, in New York, Brooklyn, in 1903.
My mother Alice Benigno, remembers them talking about a Musso, presumably Rose. Can this Rose Musso be a realation somehow? Does this sound familiar to anyone?
Thank you,
Robin Turizo
robin@turizo.com

Ognibene Musso

Robin Turizo (View posts)
Posted: 26 May 2000 2:45PM GMT
Please email me re: Musso Ognibene.
My grandfather was Giacomo Ognibene.
I think his sister married a Musso.
They were from Palermo,Sicily.

Ogniebne

ognibene and mistretta or asciutto (View posts)
Posted: 12 Jun 2000 11:19AM GMT
Can you plese find out if your relatives know anyone by the name Mistretta or Asciutto
they were born in italy (sicily) and came to Buffalo NY in early l900s. Thank you.
please email me at above address. I lose this site all the Time. CAIO

Ognibene name

Vanessa (View posts)
Posted: 4 Jul 2000 8:32PM GMT
Sorry, but the names given do not seem to be related to my Ognibene family, at least, as far as I know. Let me know if you learn of any great resources. You might contact the Church, St Anthony of Padua, in Bflo. Was a church many italian imigrants belonged to. They may have family records. G. Ognibene
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