Genealogy in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella

Region: Campania Province: Salerno

Tracing your Italian roots back to Sant’Angelo a Fasanella, in Salerno province, Campania region?

This comprehensive guide empowers you to understand the records available in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella, unlocking your family’s rich history.
Where to Begin Your Ancestry Journey in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella
If your ancestral trail leads to Sant’Angelo a Fasanella, Italy, their vital records are likely housed in two key locations:

  • Sant’Angelo a Fasanella City Hall Archives: Established in 1809, these archives hold civil registry records like births, marriages, and deaths for Sant’Angelo a Fasanella residents since then.
  • Sant’Angelo a Fasanella Parish Churches: For records pre-dating 1809 or for religious ceremonies, exploring Sant’Angelo a Fasanella’s parish church archives might be necessary.

Civil Records in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella

In towns and villages of Campania and in Salerno province civil registry offices were established in 1809: it means that you could find your ancestors records in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella Town Hall archives as of that date.

(If your goal is to get your Italian Citizenship and you need official certificates from Sant’Angelo a Fasanella Municipality, follow this link).

So, if your ancestors lived in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella during the past centuries, then you should start your family research from the City Office of Sant’Angelo a Fasanella to know more: our local expert is ready to help you in your research!
With his deep knowledge of people and local history he will assist you not only finding names and dates (births, marriages, deaths) but he will reveal to you many other precious information on the life of your ancestors available in the old registers.

  • Professions: do you know what your ancestors did for a living? Our genealogist will be able to give you this info!
  • Addresses: the house where your family lived (a great information if you intend to visit Sant’Angelo a Fasanella !)
  • Churches: where they were baptized or married
  • (If you can’t visit Sant’Angelo a Fasanella, our researcher will give you the necessary info to find by yourself the relevant places on the maps available online)

  • Signatures: if your ancestors knew how to write, he will be able to show you their original signatures.
  • Any other useful info available on the old documents.
  • Are you interested in this? Write us at santangeloafasanella@italianside.com or fill this form

    Next picture shows the demographic trends in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella from the Italian Unification (1861).
    This is a necessary info to understand how many people lived in the town in the past.

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    To go on quickly in your research is important to know if the last name you are investigating is a frequent surname in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella. As more your surname is common, as more it could be difficult to find the right branch of your ancestors family in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella archives, expecially if you have not exact dates (there could be cases of homonymy).
    It’s useful for you to know that some of the most common surnames in Salerno province are:
    Alfano, Amato, Annunziata, Apicella, Bruno, Califano, Caputo, Cirillo, Coppola, Cuomo, D’Amato, D’Ambrosio, D’Angelo, De Luca, De Martino, De Rosa, Esposito, Ferraioli, Ferrara, Gallo, Giordano, Greco, Grimaldi, Iannone, Lamberti, Landi, Manzo, Marino, Napoli, Pagano, Palumbo, Pellegrino, Pepe, Rinaldi, Rizzo, Romano, Ruggiero, Russo, Santoro, Senatore, Sessa, Sica, Sorrentino, Tortora, Trotta, Vitale, Vitolo, Volpe.

    Church Records in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella

    Church archives in Salerno province may store even older information. You will find religious records of the same events (births, marriages and deaths) but, most important, you could go further back in time!
    So in case you would like to go back in centuries, it’s good for you to know that the parish registers in Campania started during 1500!

    Parish archives are far less accessible expecially from abroad and very hard to read and decipher if you are not used and skilled.
    But our local genealogists, are graduated in history and archivistics so, with their expertise, they can research the church registers of Sant’Angelo a Fasanella on your behalf to gather info about your family history during centuries.

    For our experience, if you plan to come here to visit Sant’Angelo a Fasanella, we always suggest to start the research months before the arrival.
    This because a comprehensive genealogy research is time consuming!

    Starting from home, you will have time to get a complete research avoiding to waste your holidays in the offices or in the churches dealing with italian bureaucracy .
    (Remember that archives are not open to public and officers and priests are not required by law to give you access to the local archives)
    With the results gathered by our genealogist and translated in your language before your arrival, you will have the possibility to plan carefully your visit.
    In this way you will have more free time to enjoy your tour to the roots on your ancestors footsteps.

    Another important source of information are the notary documents available to expert researchers in the State Archives of Salerno.

    If you need a professional help from our local genealogist in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella area , write to santangeloafasanella@italianside.com or fill the form here.

    Our expert will study your request and will reply to you with a plan and a quote for your family research.

    If you think to contact the town hall by yourself, we suggest you to read our tips for your search. They are useful advices to search in Campania and of course in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella too.

    Here below you can read the messages received from other visitors in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella forum:
    if you only want to discuss with other people interested in genealogy in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella feel free to leave a message below.

    28 thoughts on “Genealogy in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella”

    1. My great Grandfather Angelo ( nickname Charlie) Barone and his wife Pasqualina arrived in the US, through Ellis Island between 1910-1920 His started a successful Scrap Metal business that continued up until 2023. My Father Frank Barone was the last president until I took over. My name is Lisa Barone Schumm. I am seeking all knowledge about our Barone Family and Pasqualina.s family I was told My great Grandfather paid for a Bell Tower in your town in a church. They had never returned to Italy. My Grandfather was the youngest boy,
      Frank Barone. The Barone Family was a well established entity in NY . Pasqualina passed away young when my Grandfather was just a baby. The siblings, two girls and 3 boys would run several locations in NY., along with stepbrothers as my great Grandfather would remarry a woman named Angelina Any information would be appreciated I am also looking to obtain dual citizenship with the idea that I may return to Italy part time.

      1. My great great grandmother Maria Barone-Martorella immigrated to NYC from Sant’Angelo a Fasanella in 1921 with my great great grandfather Giovanni Martorella, and a gentleman named Angelo Manfredi.

    2. MY MATERNAL GRANDFATHER WAS BORN IN SANT’ANGELO FASANELLA IN 1893. HIS NAME WAS ANTONIO CAROPPOLI. HE CAME TO THE UNITED STATES AT 18 YEARS OF AGE IN 1911. I BELIEVE HIS FATHERS ‘NAME WAS JOSEPH AND HIS MOTHERS’NAME WAS ARCANGELA.

    3. Family: Russo
      Grandfather: Donato Russo – Born 1/14/1904 – Sant’ Angelo a Fasanella
      Great Uncle: Michael Russo – Born 1/26/1895 – Sant’ Angelo a Fasanella
      Great Grandmother: Lucia Caroppoli
      Great Grandfather: Domenico Russo Born 10/23/1869 – Sant’ Angelo a Fasanella
      Great Great Grandfather: Tommaso Caroppoli – Born 12/22/1787 – Sant’ Angelo a Fasanello

      Is there any confirmation that I have the right information?

    4. I am looking for information on my great grandfather and his family. My ggrandfather’s name was Vito Palamone, b.8/22/1864 in Sant’Angelo a Frassini. He immigrated to the US when was about 17, in 1881 and settled in Uniontown, PA. I’m looking for information on his parents – Michele Palamone and Archangela Mambrego. I believe she died around 1864.
      Thank you for any information you might have.

    5. My mother’s father was born here and lived on a farm. His name was Donato Verrone and he was born on June 1, 1898 (or thereabouts). He left Italy in 1920 (ish). Does anyone know anything about the Verrone Family from San Angelo a Fasinello? Thank you

    6. Looking for thr Misuraca family. My ancester was born ca. 1898 in Palermo and was in orphanage till he was adopted. HIS given name at the orphanage was Umberto Festoso. Through DNA the Misuraca name pops up many times. He arrived in USA in 1913 and lived in Chicago.

    7. Looking for possible connections to Pasqualina Tesauro. She was from
      Sant’angelo a Fasanella. Her mother’s name was Taveria Brancato. My grandmother came to America in 1900. The Tesauro and Brancato families lived in NY and arriving in the US over time.

    8. Hello and good day! I am searching for my grandmothers birth- I was told 6 July 1895. Her name was Rosa (Rose) DeStio or I have seen it also DeSteo. If anyone has any info- she married Giuseppe Rizzo. They came to America in 1915 approx. I k ow she had a step mother and I do not know her name. Thank you and have a sunny day!!

    9. I am searching for information on my husband’s grandparents. Initially we were told they were from Sant’ Angelesse in Salerno. We cannot find any information on that town. Is it possible that the down is no longer in existence and that it is now part of Sant’Angelo a Fasanella? Their names were Michael and Catherine Brancato and they settled in Brooklyn, NY.

      1. My grandmother was from Sant’angelo a Fasanella. Her name was Pasqualina Tesauro. Her mother’s maiden name was Taveria Brancato. My grandmother came to America in 1900 and married Giuseppe Ciocia. His last name was changed to George during the immigration process. They lived in NJ before settling in NJ.
        Possible connection.

      2. The Term Sant Angelese is a term use to describe the town you are from. for example my wife’s family is from a town called Ascoli Piceno, they call themselves Picenese . My Great Grandmother was Pasqualina Brancato she was married to Nicola Fierro. Brancato is a well known name from Sant’ Angelo. Most moved from Italy to Brooklyn, then many from the clan went to Westmoreland Pa

    10. Buongiorno.
      Sto a la ricerca di un certificato di nascita di
      Carmelo Zambrano.
      Nato inDant’Angelo circa 1878 (24/12/1878 e la informazione chi o)
      Figlio di Andrea ZAMBRANO e Ana FORITA
      Vio pottere aiutarmi?

    11. Buongiorno.
      Sto a la ricerca di un certificato di nascita di
      Carmelo Zambrano.
      Nato inDant’Angelo circa 1878 (24/12/1878 e la informazione chi o)
      Figlio di
      Ana Corita

    12. Looking for information on my great grandparents. Their names were Michele and Pasquilina Lundi Labella. Michele was born around 1857 and emigrated to the US in 1928. They had at least two sons, Luigi born Dec 10, 1887 and Giovanni. Would appreciate any information about them. Thank you

    13. My mom and I have been attempting to trace our lineage according to what my great-great-grandfather told us. His name was Michael Angelo La Bella. If there is any history of the La Bella family it would be great to hear about it.

    14. Hi, I just received my Great Uncles family tree. His father’s name was Antonio Lepre (born February 5, 1882 and married November 30,1901)and his mothers name was Anna Soldano(born July 25,1882). He and his ten brothers and sisters lived in Uniontown, Pa. Their family was from Saint Angelo a Fasanella.
      I would like any help finding family as well. I have other names and dates also. Just let me know.

      1. I have information on Antonio Lepre and his wife Anna Soldano. His parents were Pietro Lepre and Rosa Scala. Pietro was the brother of my dad’s grandfather Michele Lepre. I have info (including documents) for the family back in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella and also in the US. Would love to connect.

        1. Hi Liz, Don’t know if you are still researching your family. My ancestors were from Sant’angelo a Fasanella. My great grandfmother was Elisabetta Soldano. Her son also lived in Uniontown. It appears many people from that village immigrated to Uniontown.

      1. Hi Laura

        . This is my Father’s Italian side. The BARONE Family. Here
        is some info that I have.

        Saverio Barone/ Rosaria Mellucci married iin Santt Angelo y Fasanella .( I believe so, no documentation) They would be my Great Great Grandparent’s .His Son Angelo Barone arrived with his wife Pasqualina Tesauro , married in Sant Angelo y
        Fasanella
        I have the marriage certificate in Italian from their hometown .
        They arrived in US in 1904. Ellis Island has these records as well as Brick commemorating his arrival
        My Great Grandfathers name is inscribed as ( Charlie) a nickname) aka Angelo Barone. They would have 8 children. my Grandfather the baby of the group ( Frank Barone)
        . Rosie, Anthony, Pasquale, Mildred, Louisa, John, Severio aka ( Bill) and , Frank. THE BARONE FAMILY .
        . MY Father was Frank Jr.. All lived in Brooklyn , Queens and Long Island most of their lives.
        Some of them retired with their families to Florida.

        Pasqualina( Tasauro)
        mother was Taveria Brancato. I believe many of her siblings also came to the US resided in Brooklyn.

        My daughter’s ( Ava) ancestory shows Brancato and Tesauro
        families
        as distant relatives, The mystery
        “story”

        that passed down was that Angelo would remarry a woman named Angelina.
        Pasqualina
        apparently died.
        My grandfather was 3. He did not know her and he talked about this throughout his life.
        What happened to her and was she married before? I have conflicting information about her.
        She seems to be a mystery, Birth certificates proves she has 8 children with Angelo.

        . The Barone Family was not your average family to say the least. They thrived, and prospered .and were well known.

        Angelo would start a business with a wooden cart and horses. ( I actually have
        the original permit for the horses) He later purchased a location on a street in Brooklyn ..Chauncey Street.

        He names the

        business after the street. ( sort of hide his Italian heritage with this Irish sounding name. )
        Chauncey Scrap Metal,Processors Inc..( a recycling business)
        All 6 Children would be involved in the ” business” I believe the two oldest daughters Rosie and Louisa were not.

        Mildred ( the only female )would be an integral part of the business. ( a decision
        70 years ago , that would
        contribute to the collapse of a “Legacy” on Long Island My Father Frank Barone Jr would be the last President He
        had worked for the Family
        from age 15
        until his death at age 78. ( 2021)., never
        retiring. The Business
        was his entire life .It was as much a part of him as his handsome
        appearance.

        I ( Lisa ) stepped in for 2 years. immediately after his death. uncovering
        a story that is easily movie worthy.

        . The business ran for 4 Generations ,( 104 yeas. a “Legacy” in the industry ( Incorporated in 1917)
        for which which I am proud of. Yet I have more questions then answers. I figured I should go back in time to figure out more.
        I was told Angelo commissioned a Bell in a church tower in the town Sant Angelo y
        Facinella. He achieved the ‘American Dream”. IAngelo.s mother was Rosaria Mel
        ucci) so I thought that would be of interest.
        He had never returned to Italy.
        ( Angelo ” Charlie ” Barone)1880-1937).
        Please let me know if you have any other information. I would love to learn more. I do plan on r
        returning to this town one day.
        Side note,**My
        mother German and Czech heritage,
        Her Father was a Detective in the Bronx. I seemed to get the inquisitive, investigative gene from her side. I believe we are related through my Great Great Grandmother.

        Also someone named Peter has a conflicting story about his Great Grandparents.

        Pasqualina Tesauro. ?? confusing
        Names were commonly used over again.
        Such as Angelo/s
        .
        son Saverio Barone was named after his Father who was married to Rosaria Melucci..Saverio Barone I only knew as Uncle Bill. until after my Fathers death did I see his signature on business papers as Saverio Barone.

        His son is alive (William Barone,)living in Connecticut.
        My Dads cousin.
        I plan on getting information from him too.
        Lisa

    15. I am interested in finding information about my Grandfather Nicola Fierro and my Great Grandparents Gennaro Fierro and Pasqalina Brancato all from Sant’Angelo a Fasanella. It would be a big help if you could give me some direction. I plan to make a trip in the fall of 2015 and would like to know the best place to search. They Immigrated some time between 1880 and 1888 to New York.

      1. Peter

        Saw your post, my grandfather, Silverio Brancato immigrated about the same time to Uniontown, PA. I recently found out he was from the same town. Wondering how to confirm roots.

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