Region: Puglia Province: Bari

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2 Messages to “Molfetta”
  1. Sandi mangano (Mingardi) says:

    Hi Mauro,
    I’m on this site looking for a recipe for Italian pico Brock. I think that’s how you spell it. Probably not. I saw your post and realized who you are. I know your whole family. My uncle Dominick married your sister-in-law through Angelo. Angelo is married to rose and rose and Angelo have a son, Maurice! I grew up with Maurice. His cousin Maria is my cousin! I’m sorry I can’t help you with your question but maybe Aunt Marie could.
    Nice chatting with you. Maybe you know the recipe for the hot pepper relish. My grandmother, my moms mom and uncle Dominic’s mom, used to make it all the time!!

  2. Mauro says:

    My father, Angelo Scardigno, was born in Molfetta in 1904. He is the son of Michele Scardigno & Anna Rosa Albanese. He lived in Hoboken, NJ from 1933 till his death in the 70’s
    My mother , Maddalena Albanese Scardigno, was born in Molfetta in 1907. She lived in Hoboken, NJ from 1934.
    They were married in Molfetta in 1929. They gave birth to 4 children, Michele, Angelo, Rosa, & myself Mauro.
    I would like to know if we have any blood relatives still living in Molfetta from the Scardigno’s, or Albanese family.

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