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From: "Carole Beth Arnette" <>
Subject: Re: [Italy] immigration to the US
Date: Sat, 3 Aug 2002 09:55:18 -0500
My only advice would be to start searching other ports of entry. If I were
you, I would search the actual passenger arrival cards for Ellis Island.
Her name would be soundexed. Try spellings for different names. For EI,
there are 2 sets of passenger arrival cards, one for those are in abc order
and the other that are Soundexed. I wouldn't put much stock in what is
written on the census forms. I have a gg.... aunt who was listed as B,
Black when she was White. Parents white, etc. She was my gg gmother's
You might find the child's name. If you find one, you will find the other.
Carole Beth Arnette
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Sent: Saturday, August 03, 2002 8:23 AM
Subject: [Italy] immigration to the US
> I have finally found my relative in the 1920 census. On that census it
> that she came to the US from Italy in 1910. She was already married at
> time. Is there any way to find out what ships left port from Italy in
> Or, are there any 1910 or similar year census records for Italy? I
> Ellis Island on-line but neither her or her husband are listed. I have no
> knowledge of the town they came from.
> The names are Sam Dadario (Daderio or Dadderio - I've seen it all 3 ways)
> and Laura or Lauretta. They may have already had 1 child.
> thank you in advance, I appreciate any help or advice.
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