Michelle Ann Kratts

Posts Tagged ‘Italy’

New Microfilm from Gimigliano, Catanzaro, Italy

In Lewiston Public Library, Microfilm, The Italians of Niagara Falls, New York on February 12, 2014 at 5:10 pm

Maria Teresa Scalzo Ciambrone

Thanks to the Friends of the Lewiston Public Library the Genealogy Department will be adding new microfilm to our collection.
The microfilm on its way from Salt Lake City includes the following records from Gimigliano, Cantanzaro, Italy :

Registri dello stato civile di Gimigliano (Catanzaro), 1809-1900
Nati 1809-1825
Nati 1825-1847
Nati 1847-1861 –
Processetti 1809-1818
Processetti 1819-1830
Processetti 1830-1848
Processetti 1849-1860 — Notificazioni 1810-1845
Notificazioni 1846-1861 — Matrimoni 1809-1861 — Morti 1809-1828
Morti 1829-1861
Nati 1866-1888
Nati 1890-1910 — Pubblicazioni 1866-1910 — Matrimoni 1870-1900
Matrimoni 1901-1910 — Morti 1866-1910

Many Niagara Falls area residents of Italian descent may find valuable family history information in these records.

Some Ciambrone Women from Gimigliano

In The Italians of Niagara Falls, New York, Tradtional Ethnic Costumes on March 12, 2013 at 8:10 pm

Ciambrone women

This photo is of the Ciambrone women still living in Gimigliano, Catanzaro, Italy. Maria Felice Ciambrone is the older woman on the right.  The woman on the left is Katrina and the younger girl may be Katrina’s daughter.  There is no date.  Note the traditional costumes.

Maria Trapasso Ciambrone

Maria Trapasso Ciambrone

Born about 1830, she was the wife of Pietro Ciambrone.

Another Ciambrone woman in traditional costume from Gimigliano, Catanzaro, Italy.

Courtesy Patricia DiNieri

Young Italian American

In The Italians of Niagara Falls, New York on March 12, 2013 at 8:00 pm

Maria Teresa Scalzo Ciambrone

Maria Teresa Scalzo Ciambrone (1878-1942) was the mother of eighteen children–many of whom did not live too long after birth. Born in Gimigliano, province of Catanzaro, Italy, she was married at age fifteen to Joseph Ciambrone and lived in Niagara Falls, New York.

Courtesy Patricia DiNieri