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  1. Tidbits

    from the November 2007 issue

    ew Members for October Pascal James Imperato of Manhasset NY Audrey Berghaus of NYC who is researching the surnames of Santoro Caravelli Lanza D Ercole and Ruggiero from San Fratello ME SI and Sora and Nolas NA CP and Viesti BA AP Noreen Romano of Ridgewood NJ who is researching surnames of Romano Pizzo Foresta Cappelletti Mauri Bozzoni and Lesecchi from Belmonte Mezzagno PA SI and from Villa Guardia CO LO and from Melzo MI LO Jan Graef of San Dimas CA who is researching the surnames of Iosca Camera Balsomo and Allegretti from Trivogno Potenza BA E-mails and snail...

  2. Tidbits

    from the December 2007 issue

    ew Members for ovember Theodore DeBlanco of Howard Beach N Y Stephanie Stellaccio of East Norwich NY researching family names of Florio and Mainiero Peter E Sesnick of Pine Brook NJ researching family names of Cerone Perillo Rita and Cristiano from Castelgrande Potenza Basilicata Gloria Auletta Bailey from Everett WA researching family surnames of Auletta Orlando Orlanda Odierno FGranca Mancuso Carillo and Perano from Sarno Salerno Campania Joyce Mazzochi of Paducah KY who is researching family names of Mazzocchi and Tufano from San Vitaliano A CP and DiPierro Bifano from Armento PZ BA and Bifano from Torraca SA CP and...

  3. Tidbits

    from the January 2008 issue

    Welcome to new member Jeffrey Bruzzo Lynbrook NY Jeffrey s family name Bruzzo has its origin from Sarrono a town located in the Province of Varese in the region of Lombardia Jeffrey learned about IGG from our website Donations A check for was given to the Genealogy Federation as a donation from the German Genealogy Group to be used for the ongoing NARA Heritage Preservation Program The check was mailed to IGG to be used toward the database project Also Anthony Lauriano from Valley Cottage NY has donated E-mails and Snail Mail Caren Henderson of Newburgh writes Fabulous job on...

  4. Tidbits

    from the March 2008 issue

    Welcome to ew Members Daniel Fossa from Mount Morris NY whose family surname has its origin in Gambellara in the province of Vincenza Veneto Henry Cali Stroobants from Bronxville NY and the Cali surname with ancestors from Gubbio in Perugia Umbria Barbara Zaccardi from Harpers Ferry WV who is researching the Zaccardi surname with ties in Roma Michael Luongo who resides in Massapequa NY with family ties in Paduli in Campania Joseph Cacopardo who has joined us from Fallbrook CA and has ancestors from Taormina in Sicily Gene and Georgene Bozzo from Mattituck NY who are researching the surnames of...

  5. Tidbits

    from the April 2008 issue

    Welcome ew Members Kathryn Kennedy from Saratoga CA Gail Bruscino Richmond from Amston CT researching the family surnames of Bruscino and D Angerio from Napoli in Campania Ed Calabrese from Milford PA who is researching the surnames of Calabrese Antonucci and Manduca with ties in Sanza Salerno Campania Anthony J Cavaliere who resides in Plainview NY with family ties in the provinces of Salerno and Napoli Charlotte Kuther who has joined us from Jackson Heights NY and has ancestors with surnames of Sapienza and Licari from Montelepre Palermo Sicily Frank G Ellis from Port St Lucie FL who is researching...

  6. Tidbits

    from the May 2008 issue

    Welcome to ew Members Carol Hayman who resides in North Port Florida and is researching family surnames of Monastra Pettignano and Sgro from San Salvatore Di Fitalia in Messina Sicily as well as Quartullo and Di Tata from Salcito in Campobasso Molise and Panaccio and DiLeonardo from Piannella in PE Abruzzo Carol McCall from East Northport N Y Patricia Miers from Phenix City Alabama who is researching family surnames of Fiore and Sceratini from Agrigento Sicily as well as Riccardi and Lapilato from Napoli Campania Debby Adams from Old Saybrook Connecticut who is researching the surnames of D Auria with...

  7. Tidbits

    from the June 2008 issue

    Welcome to New Members Stephen Stracquodaine from Merrick NY is researching family surnames of Straquadaini and Iemmolo from Vittoria in Ragusa Sicily as well as Ancona and Santoro from Altamura in Bari Apuglia Richard C Gennario from Amityville NY whose family names include Gennario and or Genuario with ties to Bella in Potenza Basilicata and Sparacio and Butera from Campofiorito in Palermo Sicily as well as Grisafi from Caltabellotta from Agrigento Sicily Cynthia R David from Carencro Louisiana who is researching family surnames of Rizzuto from Sambuca di Sicilia in Agrogento Sicily and Sacco from Napoli Campania as well as...

  8. Tidbits

    from the September 2008 issue

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  9. Tidbits

    from the November 2009 issue

    Attention Anyone living in New York City who has a D Antoni surname Joy Gentile McGary from Pascagoula Mississippi writes My great grandparents came to New Orleans in aboard the Brigante Cinque Sorelle They were from Palermo Sicily My great grandmother Maria Fontana married Carmelo D Antoni Maria died with yellow fever on September Her sister Francesca Fontana married Salvatore D Antoni My great great grandfathers parents were Camelo D Antonio and Concetta D Anna My great grand- mothers parents were Giovanni Fontana and Rosa D Luca So you see sisters of one family married brothers from another family My...

  10. Time Traveling

    from the June 2006 issue

    Time Traveling with your Ancestors I love time travel themes Books like Diana Gabaldon s six volume Outlander series and Michael Crichton s Timeline Ballantine now also a movie of the same name make me wish I could zip back in time to learn more about my mysterious brick wall ancestors I d be able to see them in action maybe ask a few questions and learn more about their lives Of course it would be a matter of accepting the good with the bad Not all of my ancestors were saints Since time travel isn t a reality it...

  11. Time Traveling with your Ancestors

    from the June 2008 issue

    I love time travel themes Books like Diana Gabaldon s six volume Outlander series and Michael Crichton s Timeline Ballantine now also a movie of the same name make me wish I could zip back in time to learn more about my mysterious brick wall ancestors I d be able to see them in action maybe ask a few questions and learn more about their lives Of course it would be a matter of accepting the good with the bad Not all of my ancestors were saints Since time travel isn t a reality it s not possible to walk...

  12. Tips for Salvaging Flood & Water Damaged Photos

    from the December 2012 issue

    When disasters hit most people don't mourn the refrigerator or the couch Instead the loss of precious family photographs scrapbooks and memorabilia is what brings them to tears While it may seem unlikely when facing piles of soggy mud-spattered photos papers and other valuables saving them may be possible by following a few simple steps Saving Water-Damaged Photos Most photos negatives and color slides can be cleaned and air-dried using the following steps Carefully lift the photos from the mud and dirty water Remove photos from water-logged albums and separate any that are stacked together being careful not to rub...

  13. Toni Anastasio McKeen

    from the December 2008 issue

    Marie Pastore introduced our guest speaker Toni Anastasio McKeen a Family Historian Genealogist from Connecticut She teaches genealogy courses in Ridgefield and is a guest speaker at various genealogical societies Toni travels regularly to Italy to visit her ancestral towns Her talk was entitled How to Grow Your Family Tree Toni has been doing her research for years and tries to Light the Fire in her lectures Toni listed and discussed the Reasons to explore genealogy Fun Inexpensive Rewarding it can be done in your Free Time you can Be Creative Learn About Yourself locate your Family Roots find New...

  14. Toni McKeen

    from the December 2009 issue

    Navigating Ship s Manifests Toni McKeen showed a Power Point presenta- tion on Ellis Island from immigrants crossing the ocean to through the inspection process with mov- ing photos She began her presentation by listing the important reasons we should look for immigra- tion documents She then covered the history of immigration to the United States which was broken down into eras If your ancestor ar- rived before the manifest if it exists at all will be extremely hard to find and even if found there would be little information on it be- sides a name An act of Congress...

  15. Top 12 Tips for Genealogical Research Success

    from the November 2004 issue

    of the button took me to the page with listing number for Guiseppe Marino I took a moment to note down the frame number at the bottom of the page so it would be easier locating Giuseppe in the future Ships Lists One More Tactic So now we have yet another way to mine this tremendous resource If you're one of the many who inherited an arrival tale such as Grandma came on a ship called the Moravia right after the turn of the century or he sailed from Copenhagen in you now have yet another powerful way to surf...

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