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

From: Frankie Palisi [mailto:fpalisi@yahoo.com]

Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2000 8:27 PM

To: guiffre@comcast.net

Subject: Hi Donna

Donna,

Can you add my surname to the surname list?

In there (somewhere), can I add that I'm looking for information on the following surnames:

CANGEMI, CARUBBA, GIGLIO, INDELICATO, LORIO, PALISI, PERRICONE, VICARI.

Thanks!!

Frankie Palisi

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

From: Frankie Palisi [mailto:fpalisi@yahoo.com]

Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2000 10:05 AM

To: ITA-SICILY-L@rootsweb.com

Subject: [ITA-SICILY-L] Re: ITA-SICILY-D Digest V00 #41

Hi. I am researching the following families:

CANGEMI, CARUBBA, GIGLIO, INDELICATO, LORIO, PALISI, VICARI.

These family units moved from Sicily to New Orleans between 1880 and 1899.  I know that most of the posts on this list are for Italians who settled in NY and the surrounding areas.  Is there anyone on this list who is researching families in the N.O. / South areas???

Thanks,

Frankie Palisi

fpalisi@yahoo.com

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

From: Frankie Palisi [mailto:fpalisi@yahoo.com]

Sent: Friday, July 21, 2000 8:10 AM

To: ITA-SICILY-L@rootsweb.com

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

Hi Listers.

Researching the following names (and looking for ship manifests from Sicily to New Orleans):

Carubba

Giglio

Indelicato

Liberto

Lorio

Palisi

Perricone

Triolo

Vicari

 

These are my direct relatives, none removed more than a generation.   (I know that a Shirley Nichols had a great ship list website at www.eatel.net/~nichols, but she removed all of the lists so she could create a CD of her lists.  She used to have a wonderful free resource for some of us. I hope she makes tons of money for her hard work!)  If you might have any information on these families of N.O. and the surrounding areas, please let me know.

 

Thanks,

Frankie Palisi