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  1. Christmas Luncheon

    from the January 2006 issue

    Christmas Luncheon December Filomena's Restaurant in Franklin Square NY photos...

  2. Christmas Luncheon

    from the January 2009 issue

    Italian Genealogical Group Christmas Luncheon President icholas A Rossi and Kay Dwyer ick Rossi Bill Gimello Barbara Florio and Marie Pastore Mike and Barbara Florio Dolores Gimello and Marie Pastore...

  3. Christmas Luncheon

    from the October 2010 issue

    SATURDAY DECEMBER - TO PM FILOMENA'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT HEMPSTEAD TURNPIKE FRANKLIN SQUARE NEW YORK - - MENU CHOOSE ONE CHICKEN FRANCESE CHICKEN PARM FILLET OF SOLE EGGPLANT PARM SALAD COFFEE TEA ESPRESSO PER PERSON Please Pay Before December PARKING RIDGEWOOD SAVINGS PARKING LOT NORTH OF HEMPSTEAD TURNPIKE BLOCKS WEST OF NEW HYDE PARK ROAD CHECKS SHOULD ADDRESSED TO IGG MAIL TO MRS BARBARA M FLORIO NORTH BEECH STREET NORTH MASSAPEQUA N Y - -...

  4. Christmas Luncheon

    from the November 2012 issue

    ...

  5. Christmas Luncheon 2004

    from the October 2004 issue

    I T A L I A N G E N E A L O G I C A L G R O U P CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON Saturday December - PM La Viola of Syosset Jackson Avenue Syosset NY - - - Luncheon Menu House or Caesar Salad Penne with Broccoli Fresh Garlic Olive Oil or Penne Al Filetto di Pomodoro Choice of Boneless Chicken Scarpariello White Wine Sauce Veal Scaloppine Marsala Mushroom Sauce Filet of Sole Francaise Lemon Butter Sauce Mixed Vegetables Dessert Chocolate Cheese Cake or Spe cial Occasion Cake Coffee Tea and Soda Cash Bar Raffles Sold During...

  6. Christmas Luncheon 2004

    from the January 2005 issue

    photos...

  7. Christmas Party Luncheon

    from the October 2005 issue

    DECEMBER TO p m Filomena's Restaurant Hempstead Turnpike Franklin Square New York - - Per Person Menu Salad with Penne a la Vodka or Rigatoni Filetto Entr e - Choice of Filet of Sole Egg Plant Parmegian Chicken Francaise or Calabrese Cake Soda Coffee Tea or Espresso Cash Bar and Raffles Check Payable to the Italian Genealogical Group Mail to Mrs Barbara Florio North Beech Street Massapequa N Y - - Parking Public lots are located on the north side of Hempstead Turnpike Parking is also available behind Wendy's and Citibank...

  8. Christopher Columbus

    from the October 2007 issue

    Not much is known for certain about the early life of Christopher Columbus According to most accounts he was born in in Genoa Italy His brother Bartholomeo was a chart maker in Lisbon Portugal Columbus probably studied chart making with his brother Columbus believed that the world could be circumnavigated traveled around and he wanted to travel the seas to prove it He was very interested in exploration Although most people of Columbus time knew that Earth was round not many believed that it was possible to get all the way around it by boat Among other things it was...

  9. Church of St. Joachim

    from the February 2013 issue

    Italian Churches of New York City The Church of St Joachim is a former Roman Catholic parish church under the authority of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York located at Roosevelt Street in Manhattan New York City The parish was established in by the Missionary Fathers of St Charles Borromeo It was the first church in the United States founded for Italians The total debt of the property was Because of the increased parish numbers the Rev Vincent Jannuzzi D D C S C B founded St Rocco's Chapel at Catherine Slip as a mission chapel which was attended...

  10. Churches of NY City

    from the March 2013 issue

    St Brigid s is not an Italian Church but it shows what can be done to preserve these old churches which may hold many Italian records The Church of Saint Brigid-Saint Emeric is located at Avenue B New York NY - For more than years St Brigid s Roman Catholic Church has borne witness as transformation after transformation has cascaded through the Lower East Side Yet conflict drama and wrenching change occurred within its walls too In the church founded by Irish immigrants who fled the famine of the s the pews were in turn occupied by Poles Ukrainians and...

  11. Columbus Fact vs. Fiction

    from the October 2006 issue

    This article is a very brief version of a recent study that was prepared by the Order of The Sons of Italy in America Commission for Social Justice E Street NE Washington DC The study represents a more balanced look at Columbus s life The entire study is available on line at www osia org What Columbus Accomplished HISTORICAL Columbus proved that it was possible to safely cross the Atla ntic Ocean Columbus founded the first permanent European settlement in the Western Hemisphere Hispaniola now Haiti and the Dominican Republic Columbus was the first to open relations between Europe and...

  12. Coming in the Back Door (or When the Relatives Won't Cooperate)

    from the June 2005 issue

    I hope that you had a chance to get together with family for the various holidays over the last few months I also hope you were able to gain some family history details as an added benefit I have often wished I had a relative who was the family pack rat You know the type--the one who saved obituaries wedding announcements labeled old photos knew the family stories and who could point me to the other relatives We all have stories about hesitant relatives no matter whether it's your aunt or third cousin once removed You know--the relatives who won't...

  13. Common Italian Words Found in Genealogy Documents

    from the November 2014 issue

    Record Types Birth Certificate - atto di nascita certificato di nascita Census - censimento stato delle anime censuses stato d'anima parish census Church Records - registri parrocchiali parish registers Civil Register - stato civile Death Certificate - certificato di morte Family Register - stato di famiglia Marriage Record - acta de matrimonio marriage certificate registri matrimoniali marriage records Military - militareFamily Events Baptism -battesimo battezzare to baptize christen Birth - nascita nata born Burial - sepolture seppellimento sepolto a buried Confirmation - cresima Death - morte morire decesso deceased mor died Divorce - divorziata female divorziato male Marriage - matrimonio...

  14. Common Occupations from the 18th through the Early 20th Centuries

    from the December 2014 issue

    Bookbinding Manually binds the pages to a hard cover of a book Bookkeeper Works on financial data for a company or government office Bootblack Shines shoes Candle Maker Usually done at home by ladies Chauffeur In the ear ly year s drove a hor se drawn wagon Cigar Factory Rolling hand-made cigars Clerk Usually any type of office work In slang referred to as pencil-pusher This could also could indicate a religious cleric Coal Sells coal for heating and collects burnt coal Countryman Farmer or works in a rural area Dressmaker Makes par ts of dresses-collars sleeves etc or sews...

  15. Computer Corner

    from the April 2004 issue

    By now most of you have slew of names in your tree Perhaps you would like to know what some of them mean The answer can probably be found at http www -names com If you are looking for the meaning of old medical terms go to http www paul smith doctors org uk ArchaicMedicalTerms htm and use the alphabet at the left Historical Maps of Europe can be found at http www lib utexas edu maps historical history europe html and while you are there you can also find maps of other parts of the world One good feature...

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