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|Message||I have exchanged mail with Al Porreca and Dan Asparmente about tracing my family history|
and it has been very helpful but has not produced any firm connections yet. My grandfather was named Nicola and was b.1876-according to his gravestone. The family story is that he and his father (name uncertain)went to Argentina to visit a brother/uncle who was an archbishop there. This would have been some time between 1895 and 1900. There was no Archbisop, but there was a Franciscan missionary named Porreca in Argentina at that time who died in 1896 and was fairly famous. The story goes that on the way back from Arg. they stopped to visit relatives in Pennsylvania-probably Phila.-and Nicola met my Grandmother and stayed and married her.He died in 1915. They lived in Pittsburgh. The children who lived to old age, in order of birth were- Vera, Inez, Emil, Julia and Edmund. Anyone with related information? [email protected]
|Message||This site is great. I have recently been interested in my genealogy. My great grandfather was Antonio Palizzi born in 1869. Thank you everyone for your contribution to this site.|
My name is Stella Narducci from Western Australia. My mothers name was Maria Teti born on 25/6/1904. Her mothers name was Caterina Palizzi and her fathers name was Berardino Teti. They were all born in Torricella Peligna. My mother had a sister called Erminia and she married Antonio DiRenzo in Torricella Peligna and then migrated to Philadelphia. They had 5 children Guiseppe, Caterina, Elinor, Albert and Rosina. My mothers brother Camillo Teti also migrated to Philadelphia and I think his wife's name was Filomena.We have lost contact with these families in America and would love to hear from them or from someone who knows of them. Would also love any other information of our family in Torricella Peligna. I will gladly return to you any information you require about our family in Australia.
Stella Narducci. 24/12/06.
|Message||Love your webpage. Great lot of information and|
love your photo section. Keep up the good work.
from Stella Narducci from Western Australia.
|Message||Adorei este site.|
Principalmente a parte de cognomes e a história de Torricela.
Parabéns pelo trabalho
|Message||Mi chiamo Federica Drago, vivo a Montesilvano (PE) e sono figlia di Pina Maria Piccone, Torricellana figlia dell'ex esattore Vincenzo Piccone. Mio nonno e mia madre hanno nel cuore questo paese e sinceramente anch'io sono rimasta fortemente legata a queti luoghi che mi hanno visto bambina e dove ogni anno torno a passare le vacanze estive. Ricordo con piacere i giorni passati a giocare per le vie del paese, sul corso e soprattutto in pineta dove in estate vengono organizzate numerose feste e intrattenimenti. Peccato che l'estate finisce presto e ogni volta a malincuore devo ripartire|
portando con me il ricordo dlla bella stagione passata in montagna. Saluto tutti quanti hanno come me Torricella nel cuore, auguro a tutti ogni bene nella consapevolezza che siamo tutti un pò speciali. I migliori saluti, Federica.
|Message||Complimenti per il sito!|
Visitate il sito di Villa Santa Maria e della Valle del Sangro:
Saluti, Fabiio VENEZUELA
My maiden name in Torrington was Piccolo and from what I understand, it was Piccoli in Torrecella. I also am related to a Torrington Ross family. Michael Ross married to Helen Serbek Ross. I also know Rosanne DeCroce Fitzgerald from Torrinton.
|Message||Di nuovo complimenti per il sito e per l'attività svolta in favore di Torricella Peligna.|
Spero di comunicare ancora con voi in tempi brevi. teniamoci aggiornati e proseguiamo nell'opera in favore di Torricella.
Cari saluti ad Antonio Piccoli e Dan Aspromonte.
|Message||What a wonderful site! Thank you so much for your contribution to my family history knowledge.|
My family consists of DeFabrizios, DiIorios, Tates, Piccolas, all from Torricella Peligna. The Frit recipe and cheese pie were a big part of my childhood. I almost cried when I found the recipes.