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Giacomo Galli’s Birth Certificate

2020-09-19T20:42:45+00:00September 18th, 2020|Categories: Birth Records, Civil Records, Giacomo's Box|Tags: |

TRANSLATION: Church of the parish of Caprino Veronese Birth Certificate There appears in this Parish registry that Giacomo Galli, son of Francesco and Giovanni Martinelli, was born in this Parish on March 27th 1868. We present this information without tax stamps for the purpose of immigration. From the official Parish of Caprino Veronese. Signed [...]

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Giacomo Galli’s Box

2020-09-19T20:36:54+00:00September 18th, 2020|Categories: Civil Records, Genealogical Research, Homepage Featured, Immigration|Tags: , |

After Nonnie died, my mother Barbara and I, with grandparents Bill and Viola, visited her home on Fayette Street. At that point other family members had already been there, and in general her possessions had been distributed amongst the family. I went to the basement to poke around, always being curious and loving to explore. [...]

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Giacomo Galli’s Immigration Records

2020-08-18T21:13:44+00:00August 18th, 2020|Categories: Ellis Island Records, Immigration, Ship Passenger Lists|Tags: |

Ellis Island records courtesy of the American Family Immigration History Center Name: Galli, Giacomo Ethnicity: Italian Place of Residence: Caprino Date of Arrival: 21 Dec 1903 Age on Arrival: 39y Gender: M Marital Status: M Ship of Travel: La Bretagne Point of Departure: Le Havre, Seine-Inferior, France Name: [...]

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Giacomo Galli’s Story

2020-09-18T21:25:41+00:00August 18th, 2020|Categories: Immigration, Life Stories, Oral Histories|Tags: |

Giacomo Galli – Born March 27, 1868 – Died 1928 at the age of 60 Erminia Galli Nevy (Mrs. Ralph Nevy) died March 4, 1992. In going through her belongings in her home at 779 Fayette Street, Cumberland, Maryland, Kristin Adolfson, one of her great-grand daughters, found a small leather case that had belonged to [...]

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