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-----Original Message-----

From: Sharon and Tony [mailto:narbone@tscnet.com]

Sent: Saturday, July 08, 2000 1:33 PM

To: ITA-SICILY-L@rootsweb.com

Subject: [{ITA-SICILY-L}] ITA-SICILY

Hello,

I am looking for SCRIBONI, ZAMBUTO, NARBONE, and BUSCAGLIA.

The Narbone's came to America in 1922, from Palermo. I don't know when the Zambuto's came. They settled in Chicago IL. Possibly some went to NY. Have no clue if the Scriboni's and Buscaglia's even left Sicily.

Any one researching these names, please e-mail me. Or know of anyone else looking, please let me. I can't find info on the families in America.

Thank you,

Sharon Narbone

Bremerton, WA.

narbone@tscnet.com

 

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-----Original Message-----

From: Sharon and Tony [mailto:narbone@tscnet.com]

Sent: Saturday, August 26, 2000 6:00 PM

To: ITA-SICILY-L@rootsweb.com

Subject: Re: [{ITA-SICILY-L}] Randazzo / Meneo / Gargano

Paula,

I don't know if this helps or not, but my father-in-law was married to a Jean Marsola. (one of many wives) Her parents were Joe Marsola and Maryann Gargano, all born in Sicily, and lived in Los Angeles. Unfortunately Jean passed away a couple of years ago.

And do you have any Randazzo's from Baltimore? My sister-in-law's husband is a Randazzo from there.

Sharon Narbone

narbone@tscnet.com

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-----Original Message-----

From: Sharon and Tony [mailto:narbone@tscnet.com]

Sent: Thursday, September 07, 2000 2:36 PM

To: ITA-SICILY-L@rootsweb.com

Subject: [{ITA-SICILY-L}] South Chicago

Hello list,

Does any one have family that lived in the South side of Chicago in the 1930's and 1940's? Looking for any info on my husband's grandparents Pizzeria/Deli. I think it was called "Ma and Pop's" They were Raymond and Rose Narbone. They had a store front in a 4 apartment building they owned. Rose had closed the deli some time in the late 1940's. She was unable to keep it going after Raymond was murdered. The store and apartments were on South Wallace St. Some of the neighbors called Raymond "Pops".

Does this sound familiar to any one?

Sharon Narbone

Bremerton WA

narbone@tscnet.com

Looking for Buscaglia, Narbone, Scriboni, and Zambuto