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Looking for a Cacace

Tony Cacace (View posts)
Posted: 4 Dec 1999 9:37PM GMT
My name is Tony Cacace, I live in
Santa Cruz. My great Grandfathers name is
Edward Cacace, He had a son named Edward,
Edward had a son named Don, and I am Don's
Son, Tony. My great grand father moved from
Sorento Italy to Santa Cruz in in the early
1900's. I was wandering if I had any family
members out there. Hope to hear from you.

Yet another Cacace...

Gary Cacace (View posts)
Posted: 21 Dec 1999 10:04AM GMT
My name is Gary Cacace and I'm located in Westchester County in New York. I'm about 45 miles north of Manhattan. My father's name is Murray, and he was born in this country; however, his father (my grandfather) was from Sorrento (his name was Mariano? I need to double check). He was one of five brothers who came across from Sorrento to the States. Again, my father has more information than I do, and I can probably get more detail if you're interested. Also, I have a brother, Richard, in Florida.

Nice to meet you! Happy holidays...

--Gary

P.S. In this area of NY, there are LOTS of Cacace's. In fact, the court house in Yonkers, NY is named the "Robert W. Cacace Justice Center". Big bold letters on the building! Cool, huh? BTW, Robert was a judge in Yonkers.

More Cacase''s

Sheila Cacase Governale (View posts)
Posted: 1 Jan 2000 8:22AM GMT
Hi Gary, I'm also in Westchester Co. (New Rochelle) and I'm very interested in what your father could tell you. My Grandfather was George Cacase and his father before him was Ercole Cacace, who ended up in Brooklyn, NY. In the 1909 directory for Brooklyn, it shows 3 Cacace's: Frank, Ercole, Louis. Have you heard any of these names? My Grandfather had a brother named Tavi (Octavio) and two sisters, Celeste and Meta.
I'd love to hear from you!

the Cacace's

Denise Cacace (View posts)
Posted: 6 Feb 2000 7:33PM GMT
Hi Gary,
I'm new to this website and have been browsing the Cacace messages and thought I'd take a closer look at yours since you are a Westchester Co. resident. I thought perhaps you'd be one of Judge Robert's sons. Bobby was one of my first cousins and when I came east last summer my sister Caron and I drove around that courthouse area 4x looking for a parking place jus tto see that plaque. Hard to believe, a building dedicated to Bob. My father's name was Orlando and he was a twin. I found his brother Armando in the SSDI, but not dad. Well, anyway, hello. Denise

Cacace family

Posted: 17 Mar 2000 2:40PM GMT
Edited: 19 Jun 2006 4:37PM GMT
Tony, some of your cousins have already been working on a family history. I was just talking to your Aunt Terri about it when I was in town last week. I have lots of family pictures all the way from your great great grandparents. Call me in Medford at 541 776 6972

Cacace Family

Posted: 17 Mar 2000 2:49PM GMT
Edited: 19 Jun 2006 4:37PM GMT

cacace

DEBORAH DECKER (View posts)
Posted: 19 May 2000 7:58PM GMT
hi I'm new to this but you mentioned a Louis Cacace, my Grandmother's father's name was Louis Cacace and his wife's name was Givina(jenny)and they lived in Brooklyn N.Y. if this rings a bell and you have other information please E-mail me.

CACACE - MESSINA

Ruth Anne Lucas (View posts)
Posted: 27 Jun 2000 7:12AM GMT
Hi,

My gr gr grandmother was Maria Christina Cacace she married Mariano Messina. I beleive they went from Sicily to Naples. They had children bn in Vico Equense. I can't find a date of death on her, but he died in or about 1907 in Castellammare di Stabia, Naples. Thier dau Gaetana is my gr grandmothers. Anna is my gr gr grandmother.

Gaetana came here in 1927 and Anna came here in 1911. They settled in CT

Any information is greatly appreciated

Thank you

Orlando Cacace

Posted: 6 Jul 2000 4:38PM GMT
Edited: 28 Aug 2001 3:32AM GMT

Orlando Cacace

Posted: 6 Jul 2000 5:07PM GMT
Edited: 28 Aug 2001 3:32AM GMT
Hi again, I just looked more into my information and found that your father was my uncle, married to Maery (Moriarity) and the parents of yourself, Caron, Rosemary, and Michelle. Hopefully, we can help each other fill in some missing pieces of the puzzle.
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