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I have been doing genealogy research for several years. I am looking for information on my maternal and paternal ancestors. They are all from Italy; some from Frosinone, Campobasso, Sesto Campana and some from Valledolmo and Polizzi Generosa in the province of Palermo, Sicily. I am searching for Battaglia, Costanza, Fiacco, Venditti and Viviano. There have been many spellings of Venditti in our family: Vandetta, Vendetta, Vendetti, Venditti.|
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|JAMES TUITE JR.||Stephen Fiacco|
I am looking for information on the mother of my father-in-law Stephen Fiacco. Her name is Concetta Tallini Fiacco. She was born about 1879 in Torrice ,Italy. Her husband Luigi born on 02/11/1879 in Torrice, Italy died on 07/27/1939 in Hornell, New York.
His wife Concetta came to the United States in 1919 and resided with Luigi and her two children Stephen and Lillian in Hornell, N.Y. till about 1928. She returned to Torrice and never returned to the United States. I am looking for her date of death and her burial site. Any help would be appreciated.
|VickiO||RE: Joseph LaCava|
Added by VickiO on Oct 22, 2014 5:18 PM
|Mary Ann and Johanna Witt||RE: Rudy O'Brian|
You are very welcome. Just so you know there are easily over 6,000 internments in Calvary cemetery. If you can contact the cemetery to get a better idea where the other people you requested are located I will be happy to go back and photograph them.
Could you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org .
I have a couple questions on your Fiacco research and would like to keep it private. Thanks nick orologio
|Alice ||RE: Fiacco Antonio|
Yes, photos are added to Antonio Fiacco's memorial. This is all quite strange. Sara added the name, no dates, in 2009. I added photos in 2011 but have no idea why I didn't add the second name from the inscription on the stone, but I'm quite sure that I would have sent a message to Sara and asked her to add the dates for Emilia, which are still missing. I see you sent Sara a message in 2011 which is still on her page. Don't know what to make of all this, but if I can be of further assistance, let me know. Alice
Added by Alice on Mar 25, 2014 4:22 PM
|nyfirebird2003||RE: Schoonmaker, Laura|
You are very Welcome.
|Dave Nies||RE: Pettis|
I actually didn't think these photos turned out that well, due to the reflective nature of the face of the headstone, as well as the sun's position. I was possibly going to reshoot them when I go back to Wintergreen Gorge Cemetery, and go in the morning, to see if it's any better. If I do get better photos, I will replace those existing ones. Of course, I am rather picky, LOL.
|Michelle Jones||Your Photo Request for Jana La Cava|
I fulfilled your request for this photo, and while the names do not match (and maybe you know about this), the cemetery office has confirmed that this is where Jana is buried.
|No Guts, No Glory||RE: Fiacco, Theresa V.|
For a transfer,
Please go to the desired memorial page you would like...
On the top-right hand side of the page, you'll see an EDIT tab...
Click on that EDIT tab...
The next page has a list of links...
Click on the Suggest a correction line...
On the next page, there is a text box...in that box, type your Find A Grave name and Find A Grave number...and the relationship you have with the deceasedů
Thank you for your help
|Jeff Cross||Philip Busone - Request|
I received your requset for Philip in Calvary Cemetery, Glenmont, NY. I did some online research to no avail. The listed phone number is not in service. I drove over to Calvary and found office hours by appointment only thru the Catholic Diocese of Albany, NY. I called them (518-463-0134) and was advised to contact the historian by email at Kellyann.Grimaldi@rcda.org
If you wish to contact them and get grave locations, I will be glad to revisit and photograph for you. Jeff
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