Termini-Imerese, Sicily

August 20, 2008 at 10:19 am 11 comments

Are your ancestor’s from Termini Imerese, Sicily.  Check out my article for more information about this beautiful place.

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art17617.asp

Tina Sansone

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  • 1. Jim Longo  |  September 1, 2008 at 3:34 am

    My grandfather Anthony (Antonino) Longo was born in Temini Imerese Sicily on October 4, 1894. He immigrated with his family to St. Louis, Missouri in 1909. He traveled to St. Louis under the patonage of his cousin Joe Sansone who then married Josephine Longo. His father who was a fisherman had died in SIcily. His mother, two sisters Mary & Josephine, and his two brothers Joseph & Andrew traveled with him.

    I went through school in St. Louis with a Michael Dattilo and am thinking about trying to get to the Cleveland reunion this September. My wife and I live in Washington, PA. Thank you for this website.

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  • 2. Jim Rizzo  |  July 15, 2009 at 11:54 am

    My family is also from Termini Imerese. My grandfather Salvatore Rizzo also immigrated to St Louis and then moved to Cincinnati, Ohio. His father’s name was also Salvatore.

    Termini Imerese is a pretty small town! I would bet some of your relatives are some of my relatives.

    My grandfather would never talk much about the old country because he was embarrassed due to the Sicilian Mafia reputation.

    Please let me know how I can find birth records or marriage records from Termini.

    Thanks.

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  • 3. margaret miller  |  June 7, 2011 at 3:26 pm

    My grandmother Rose Maniaci ( nee Mercurio) family was from termini. Her family immigrated to Appleton Wi and then to Milwaukee Wi. Her father’s name was Augustino Mercurio. Might be attending reunion in Sept. Would love to find relatives still living in Termini, or hear from anyone who might think we are related. Glad I found your website.

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  • 4. Phyllis  |  February 28, 2012 at 11:01 am

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    I am looking for a death record on a G.g.g. Grandmother, Francesca Vitale Calcagno. Born 11-20-1820- arrived in New Orleans La Dec 1892- after that nothing. She was born in Termini.

    Phyllis

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  • 6. Paula Bryan  |  August 11, 2012 at 5:08 am

    We are looking for the Catanzaro family from Termini. Some came to Minnesota late 1800s or early 1900s.

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    • 7. debbie huddleston  |  September 14, 2012 at 2:49 am

      Hi my name is Debbie I live in Cincinnati, there are Catanzaro that have a outstanding reputation here.

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      • 8. Paula Bryan  |  September 14, 2012 at 2:31 pm

        Do you know where they are from in Italy? Thank you for the tip.

      • 9. debbie huddleston  |  September 14, 2012 at 11:32 pm

        I really do not no. Everyone in my family the Sabinos and Volpes that new the kids don’t remember. They own the biggest food distributer of fruit and veg. among other things , and they own the Cincinnati reds baseball team. I will try to find out for you, I have been trying to find out about my italian families, because nannie and great grandpa never talked about them but great grandpa Nicola Sabino died in 1931 of tb so my grandmother who was 7 when he died never really new him that well. Her and here twin was the youngest of 9.

  • 10. bill saia  |  November 28, 2012 at 3:30 pm

    my grandfather was augustino sansone .came to california around1850. he was a rancher with an orchard of prikly pears in ca. any connection?

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    • 11. Tina Sansone  |  November 28, 2012 at 3:50 pm

      Bill, I don’t see a direct connection, but I noticed your last name Saia. I did my good friend who has Sais’ in her lines and her line comes from Cefalu, Italy, which is pretty close to Termini. I have some Saia genealogy for her side, her line is in MS.

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