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capra s from san polo matese

capra s from san polo matese

Posted: 28 May 2003 6:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: capra
I am looking for inforation on a nicol, nick, nicolo? capra who marries lena (her last name may have been d'egidio, with relatives from san polomatese

Re: capra s from san polo matese

david (View posts)
Posted: 12 Mar 2004 6:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: pietroiacova, iammatteo,capra gargaro barbatos degidio luciano
My grandparents immigrated from S Polo Matese. There is Capra(many)in my family,some here in Denver,D'egidio also is a great grand parent.I have been to S Polo 5 times since 1995,I stay with Nichola Capra in the village, His wife is Anna Capra,Her maiden name was Capra also.As far as I Know there are no Degidios in the village now. There are many Capras left. What period of time are you looking at? My grandparents left in 1920. More family came in 1950s (Santillos) And still more came in the mid 1960s.(Capras in colorado)

Re: capra s from san polo matese

Posted: 16 Feb 2005 2:49AM GMT
Classification: Query
I have just begun the search for Capra s and Luciano s. The capra's that I currently know live in Cumberland, Wisconsin. They are my Grandparent in- laws. She is a Capra married Luciano. Their parents were born in Italy, and she says that her dad was born in S. Polo Matese Italy. His name was Frank Joseph Capra Born 16 Jun 1887 and died in 1943. His wife was Nettie Mastrian 7 Nov 1891. The Luciano's are Antonio Luciano B 13 Jun 1874 and Concetta ( congetta ) Capra B 15 Jan 1874. Frank Joseph's mother was Christine DeGidio.

If there is any connection, please let me know! Thanks!
Sarah

Re: capra s from san polo matese

Posted: 26 Feb 2005 6:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello Sarah, The names you mention are all relatives of mine,Some variations of the spelling. Mastrionis, Edigios, are in my family. As are Capras and Luciano, All these names are diffenitely from S Polo .Both my mothers parents are from S Polo.I have birth records I've obtained and will look for the individuals you mention,I am quite sure from the time frame, my greatgrandparents knew them and were related. If you like you can email me at brockflanders@aol.com. PS I Know several are in Chicago, They are cousins. My Grandfather helped many to come over.

Re: capra s from san polo matese

Posted: 23 Oct 2006 9:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: capra, iammatteo, liberatore, degidio
Hi David,
My name is Giulio Capra and I am from SanPoloMatese, Campobasso, Italy. When you mentioned these surnames (pietroiacova, iammatteo,capra, gargaro, barbatos, degidio, luciano) we may be related. My grandmother surname was Iammatteo, my grandfather was capra, I have close relative of Degidio and distant relative of pietroiacova (Capra in NJ -capra@inbox.com))

Re: capra s from san polo matese

Posted: 20 Jan 2007 8:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Pietroiacova, Capra, D'Egidio
I saw your posting on the Abruzzi Forum today. I started a family search for the Pietroiacovo (a) last fall as part of a trip to Italy this coming summer. My father is Norman Peters – who is the grandson of Nunzio (Nick) Pietroiacovo – who is the son of Pietro and Carolina Pietroiacovo of San Polo Matese. Pietro was born in 1861 in SP and emigrated to the US in Sept 1888. I believe he initially joined Giacomo Pietroiacovo in Cleveland OH (who may be his father) – but in 1892 Carolina (she may be an Iezza or Vizzi) and her mother Angeline and my great grand father Nunzio joined them and went to Cumberland, Barron County, WI – and they were there in 1900.

By 1910 they had moved to Cleveland, OH - where they stayed – and where my great grandfather met Carmela Masiello (Carrie) – and the rest is history..

Carolina and Pietro (or Peter) had 11 children – most surviving to adulthood.

I have much I could share with you, if you are interested..

If you have any information on the Pietroiacovo(a) family – it would be greatly appreciated – I am at a mystery point and have not be able to connect the dots between the following men/women – who I think are siblings of my GG grandfather Pietro…

- Michele Pietroiacovo – born 1862 in SPM

- Nicola – born 1860 est. in SPM

- Giovanni – born 1865

- Antonio 1868 or 1859

- Maria/Mary – 1872

- Joseph – he ended up in Denver

- Domenico

- Crecenzo- -1880

- Concetta

I know that many married D’Egidios, Capras..

My great grandparents Nick and Carrie Peters (they changed the name about 1920 to Pietro and then again to Peters) had five children – my grandfather Norman W. Peters Sr. died at the Battle of the Bulge on January 13, 1945 and my father Norman was his only child. Of those five children they had only three grandchildren – my dad, and my cousins Peter and Norman who are the children of Peter Peters – their oldest child.

My father turns 65 on Monday and the trip this summer to SPM and Ripalimosani (where is mother’s family is from) means quite a bit to him because he never really knew his father and wants to reconnect with whatever family he has.

Thanks for reading my babble…I am getting the planning underway and cannot wait!

Best regards

Pam Arms

Philadelphia, PA (via Cleveland)



Pam Peters Arms

Re: capra s from san polo matese

Posted: 20 Jan 2007 8:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Pietroiacova, Capra, D'Egidio
Giulio
I started a family search for the Pietroiacovo(a?) last fall as part of a trip to Italy this coming summer. My father is Norman Peters – who is the grandson of Nunzio (Nick) Pietroiacovo – who is the son of Pietro and Carolina Pietroiacovo of San Polo Matese. Pietro was born in 1861 in SP and emigrated to the US in Sept 1888. I believe he initially joined Giacomo Pietroiacovo in Cleveland OH (who may be his father) – but in 1892 Carolina (she may be an Iezza or Vizzi) and her mother Angeline and my great grand father Nunzio joined them and went to Cumberland, Barron County, WI – and they were there in 1900.

By 1910 they had moved to Cleveland, OH - where they stayed – and where my great grandfather met Carmela Masiello (Carrie) – and the rest is history..

Carolina and Pietro (or Peter) had 11 children – most surviving to adulthood.

I have much I could share with you, if you are interested..

If you have any information on the Pietroiacovo(a) family – it would be greatly appreciated – I am at a mystery point and have not be able to connect the dots between the following men/women – who I think are siblings of my GG grandfather Pietro…

- Michele Pietroiacovo – born 1862 in SPM

- Nicola – born 1860 est. in SPM

- Giovanni – born 1865

- Antonio 1868 or 1859

- Maria/Mary – 1872

- Joseph – he ended up in Denver

- Domenico

- Crecenzo- -1880

- Concetta

I know that many married D’Egidios, Capras..

My great grandparents Nick and Carrie Peters (they changed the name about 1920 to Pietro and then again to Peters) had five children – my grandfather Norman W. Peters Sr. died at the Battle of the Bulge on January 13, 1945 and my father Norman was his only child. Of those five children they had only three grandchildren – my dad, and my cousins Peter and Norman who are the children of Peter Peters – their oldest child.

My father turns 65 on Monday and the trip this summer to SPM and Ripalimosani (where is mother’s family is from) means quite a bit to him because he never really knew his father and wants to reconnect with whatever family he has.

Thanks for reading my babble…I am getting the planning underway and cannot wait!

Best regards

Pam Arms

Philadelphia, PA (via Cleveland)



Pam Peters Arms

Re: capra s from san polo matese

Posted: 7 Mar 2007 7:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Capra, Luciano
I have a Concetta Capra that I have been trying to place-
She was born January 15 1874 in Italy. She married Antonio Luciano in 1891 in Italy, she died Nov 14 1953 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Antonio and Frank made their home in Cumberland Barron County, Wisconsin. Please let me know if there may be a connection.

Re: capra s from san polo matese

Posted: 4 Apr 2007 5:56AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Degidio, Canzona, Capra, Companaro, Curella, Fionella, Iliano, Luciano, Perella, Purchio, Ricciuto, Vilotta
I've just seen your posting. If you are still looking for this couple, I have a Nicoline CAPRA b 1894 in Sanpolomatese, d 1920 in Cumberland, WI married to Helena Degidio b. abt 1896 d 1942 Helena went by "Lena".

They had 2 children that I know of, "Patsy" (Probably Pasquale" b Oct 1915 and Julius b. Jul 1918

Re: capra s from san polo matese

Posted: 10 Jun 2007 11:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
My great grandmother was Rose Capra. She married a Ralph Curella. I know my family settled in Cumberland, Wisconsin; then eventually moved to St. Paul, Minnesota.
My grandmother was Mary Curella - married Louis DeVito. They had 11 children.
Is this the same family?
Contact me Please - sandymg7401@comcast.net
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