Provinces of Molise
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Provincia di Campobasso Provincia di Isernia


  1. AMEL SONIA says:

    i’m looking for the trace of my ancestors house the name is giovanni florio from san cipirillo his wife was maria martorana they lived in TUNSIA znd gzave birth to my grand mother PROVIDENCE FLORIO they all dead now but i m trying to find the tree i need help thanks .

  2. james says:

    would like information on
    my Grandfather Alexander Rizzi and on Sabino Rizzi
    who was my uncle…looking for any
    family members all were from Compabasso

  3. Carol says:

    Looking for relatives of my grandfather Anthony Fiadino, his father Giuseppe Fiadino. Anthony sent for my grandmother Jenny Antonelli 6 years after he arrived in the U.S. My brother and I and our spouses are planning a trip to Italy to research our roots.
    Are there still Fiadino’s and Antonelli’s in Capracotta?

  4. Anne says:

    I am trying to find out the birth date of my great-grandfather Salvatore Moffa. He married Angela Iapalucci who was born in 1875.They had 4 children, Mary, Michael, Josephine and Gaetano.
    He came to America in the early 1900’s and settled in Philadelphia.

  5. Jane Reed says:

    Looking for information on my grandparents Clement Di Placido born 1881 and Carmella Manophto born 1883 who were married in Italy September 1906 and were from Campobasso Italy.
    Not sure if my grandmothers name is spelled correctly. It was indicated as Manophto on my fathers birth certificate who was born in Canada. My grandparents immigrated to Canada around 1907 or 1908.

  6. Tony says:

    I am looking for birth records on my great great great grandfather Francisco Petrone born in Montagano Italy abt 1874. Also his father Giuseppe Petrone born abt 1853. Giuseppe was married to Theresa Hallo.



  7. Diana says:

    Searching for someone to do some digital picture taking and document searches for me in Lucito Italy.
    Thank you, Diana

  8. Tricia says:

    I am looking for my grandfather’s family inTorella del Sannio. His name was Michael Anthony Di Bartolomeo and he was born in 1889 in Italy. He left Italy for America in 1904 and settled in Bound Brook, Nj, USA. My grandmother, his wife, was Angela Di Mario. She also left Torella del Sannio a few years later. She lived in Raritan, NJ, USA before they were married. They had three children, Mary. Rose and Patsy. Anyone know them?

  9. Kathi Scioli Leale says:

    I am trying to find my fathers family. Felice Scioli is my father. He was born in Cantalupo, Italy on October 6, 1909. His father is Alfonso Scioli who was married to his 2nd cousin Cristina Scioli. Alfonso came to America in early 1909 an Cristina, Felice along with Ma. Assunta Scioli, Agostino Scioli, Antonia Scioli, Nicola Scioli, and Ma. Carmina Scioli came in January of 1911. I am not sure how these people are related but I figure they must be related since they all came from Cantalupo, Italy.
    So who ever reads this could give me any guidance I would greatly appreciate it!

    Kathi Scioli Leale

    • Joseph says:

      Hi Kathi,

      Cristina and her two children ,Felice, 1909, & Maria Carmina, 1903, arrived in Boston on 1 Feb 1911. their names were crossed off the Jan NY list, so they missed that ship. The Jan list has a Mariannina Di Roe, with three Scioli children, Maria Assunta, Antonio & Nicola.

      Campobasso is one of the Italian provinces that has online civil records, but unfortunately Isernia is not.

      The only suggestion I can make is for you to see if your local LDS family history library has the Cantalupo del Sannio, Isernia civil records.


      Joseph Parente

    • John says:

      Antonio Scioli was my grandfather. I believe Nicola was his brother which would be my great uncle. Antonio arrived on the Albert Koenig in New York on the date you state and settled in Spokane, WA. He died in 1981. He modified his last name to Scioly. I’m not sure about the others or what the relationship is to your father. I could contact my cousins to find out more information if you would like.
      John Julian (Guiliani)

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