Genealogy in Palazzo Adriano

If you search your ancestors in Palazzo Adriano, in the province of Palermo, Sicilia region, the documents about your Italian family are stored in the City Office archives and in the parishes in the town.This is where to start your family history research.

Civil Records in Palazzo Adriano

In towns and villages of Sicilia and in Palermo province registry offices were established in 1809: it means that you could find your ancestors records in Palazzo Adriano town hall archives as of that date.

(If your goal is to get your Italian Citizenship and you need official certificates from Palazzo Adriano, please follow this link)


So, if your ancestors lived in Palazzo Adriano during the past centuries, then you should start your family research from the City Office of Palazzo Adriano to know more: our local expert is ready to help you in your research!

Otherwise, 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 Sicilia and of course in Palazzo Adriano too!

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


To go on quickly in your research is important to know if the last name you are investigating is a frequent surname in Palazzo Adriano. As more your surname is common, as more it could be difficult to find the right branch of your ancestors family in Palazzo Adriano archives, expecially if you have not exact dates.
It could be useful for you to know that some of the most common surnames in Palermo province are:
Aiello, Amato, Barone, Battaglia, Bruno, Caruso, Catalano, Costa, Cusimano, D’Amico, D’Angelo, Di Maggio, Di Salvo, Ferrante, Ferrara, Gambino, Geraci, Giordano, Greco, La Barbera, La Rosa, Lo Cascio, Lombardo, Macaluso, Mancuso, Maniscalco, Mannino, Marchese, Marino, Martorana, Mazzola, Messina, Mineo, Orlando, Palazzolo, Parisi, Pecoraro, Piazza, Randazzo, Rizzo, Romano, Russo, Sciortino, Siragusa, Taormina, Tarantino, Vassallo, Vitale.

Church Records in Palazzo Adriano

Church archives in Palermo 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 Sicilia started during 1500!

They 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 Palazzo Adriano on your behalf.

In case you want to visit churches, these are the addresses of parishes active today in Palazzo Adriano:

S. MARIA DEL LUME – P.zza Umberto I

Anyway for our experience, if you plan to come here, we always suggest to start the research months before the arrival.
In this way you will avoid 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 before your arrival, you will have more free time to visit the town and surroundings on your ancestors footsteps.

Another important source of information are the notary documents available to expert researchers in the State Archives.
If you are in Sicilia and you are able to decipher old italian handwritten documents you can reach the archive here:
Archivio di Stato di Palermo

Address: Via Vittorio Emanuele, 31 – Palermo
Phone: +39 0912704001 .002 .003
Days and opening hours: monday – friday 08:00 – 18:00 saturday 08:00 – 13:30 weekly closing: Sunday and holidays; no reservation

If you need a professional help from our local genealogist in Palazzo Adriano area , write to 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.

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75 thoughts on “Genealogy in Palazzo Adriano”

  1. My grandfather was from Salvatronda his name was Primo Umberto Perin or Perini. He arrived around 1900, we were told he was told to remove the i at the end of his surname, so we are not sure which is correct.
    He married a Scottish woman who spoke Italian. However, we weren’t taught the language. Any help would be appreciated.

  2. My great grandfather Giovanni Rao was born in Palazzo Adriano in 1912 and immigrated to New York on December 22, 1927. Would love to see about finding distant relatives in Sicily.

  3. My dad was born in Sicily..his name is SALVATORE SCARIANO..the name Scariano Is listed on one if the poles in the Greek Church in Palazzo Adriano.
    I would like to know where and when he was born..and whatever family information you may have..

  4. my name is anna maria seidita.
    i live in los angeles.

    my father migrated here from palazzo adriano in 1955-56
    his father name is domenico seidita and his mother, anna digiovanni seidita
    two brothers Antonio & Giuseppe.
    i’m looking for the birthday of both of my grandparents.

    my mother’s parent’s are both from palazzo adriano;
    her father, santo vaiana
    her mother, antonina gioia
    my mother was born in los angeles. her name is francesca (frances) vaiana seidita
    i’m looking for anything about santo vaiana and antonina gioia

  5. Hello! I am looking for records of Nicholas Francoviglia or maybe Frankoviglia. Other spellings are possible. He is my great grandfather from Palazzo Adriano. The information I have found is that he was born November 5, 1889 or 1890. I do not have any information about his parents or any siblings. Help would be much appreciated! Grazie!

  6. My grandfather was Joe (Guiseppi) LoBurgio. He was born Palazzo Adriano in 1882.
    He died in Marion, Illinois, 1984. He was married Jennie (Angelina) LaSusa.

  7. I am interested in the names Italiano and Petralia before 1898. I have hit road blocks and have had no luck contacting anyone local to help (church, library, government) If anyone knows someone it would be great. I don’t have tons of money but certainly would pay someone something for assistance… or at least direction to help me get further.

    1. Hi Dan, first thing you need to consider is that Palazzo Adriano was founded (at least in the recent centuries) by medieval Albanian noblemen who migrated to southern in three waves. They were granted land and offices to populate and govern the south of Italy. There was a mass exodus and they mainly inhabited Calabria and Sicily.

      To this day they speak their own language and refer to themselves as Arberesh. The noble families were Musacchio, Castriota, Araniti, Matranga etc and Petralia (Petrela) was one of them. If you’re struggling to trace your lineage then you might want to contact an archivist in the Arberesh community.

    2. Hi Dan,
      My great grandmother was Francesca Italiano, from Palazzo Adriano, married to Giuseppe
      Alessi. Their children were Giovanni, Giuseppe, Giaccomo, Epifania and Angelina. Francesca and her children except for Angelina came to Colorado and California.

  8. Looking for info on my g/grandmothetr Antonis Sulla she married Nicolo Glaviano. They had 3 childern Rose,Antansio, and my grandmother Carmela.

    Nicolo died in a mine cave in 1898

    Also anything on Guiseppe Glaviano brn 1825 married Providencia Dimaggio 1850 she was brn 1825 Also had 3 childern Nicolo,
    Mariano,and Marco

    1. The Glaviano family is familiar to me, my Dad’s cousin was Salvatore Glaviano , son of Dominic and Margaret (Bacino) Glaviano.

  9. My grandfather was Calogero Pacino. He was born in Palazzo Adriano, Sicily on 12/25/1874 and immigrated to the US (Palermo to New Orleans, LA) on 11/2/1896. I’m interested in finding relatives, historical information.

    1. Hi Patrick, as I explained to Dan above, Palazzo Adriano, as incredible as it may sound, was founded and inhabited by medieval Albanians who call themselves Arberesh. I’ve read before that Pacino is an Arberesh last name. There’s villages in Albanian inhabited lands names Paci.

      1. My Great Grandfather was Antino Pacino. Migrated to new Orleans 1900. Then Trinidad Colorado to work the mines. Sent for my great grandmother Maria and my grandfather in 1907. Both great grandparents are buried in Trinidad. My Grandfather married and moved my dad to Lincoln Heights. L.A. suburb in the middle 30’s. They have all passed now.

        1. Funny that we seem to have places in common. My Great-Grandmother Anna DiGiovanni married Domenico Troncali and they were at the mines in Trinidad and Madrid, Co. Troncali was killed and she married Pietro Cavallaro and moved to Lincoln Heights.

        2. Hello, My grandmother was Josephina Pacino, Married to my grandfather Vincenzo Schiro. Immigrated through Ellis Island in 1911 and settled in Pueblo, Colorado. May be some connection.

  10. My father, Antonino Spata was born in Palazzo Adriano on March 2, 1925. He was the son of Tony and Angelina Spata. He came to America in 1945 on a Swiss refugee ship. He settled in the Chicago area until his death in 2016.My grandfather was born in April of 1897 and came to America in 1915. After joining the army and getting American citizenship, he returned to Sicily. My father also had a sister named Franca. She married a Doctor Sortino and had one son Antonio who emigrated to the U.S. in the 80’s, finished his schooling in America. He lives in Pennsylvania now. His mother, who remained in Sicily passed away in 1992. If anyone has any further knowledge of my family, I would love to hear from you.

    1. That’s interesting. My grandfather (1893-1951), Antonio Spata, was form in Palazzo Adriano and immigrated to Chicago. He married Guilia Bernacchi from Luca.

  11. My second great grandfather was from this region, his name was Mariano Parrino and his wife was Antonina Vaiana. Their daughter Anna married Francesco Spallino and out come alll the Spallino children. I’d love to connect with anyone from this lineage.

    1. My family came from this area in 1931 with the last name Vaiana! My great grandmother was Felicia Grana (later Vaiana) and she married Antonio Vaiana.

  12. Looking for family of the Italiano and or Petralia families. My great grandfather Giuseppe Italiano and his wife Giovanni Petralia came to the US in 1898 on the ship Werra. If there is anyone who might concider helping research my families I would be forever grateful. I do not speak or write Italian but would love to try to get some research on my family if at all possible

    1. Hello, my grandmother was Domenica Petralia. She married Antonio Dimartino in Palazzy Adriano in 1911. have Italiano cousins in California.

    2. Hello Dan, Wow, we likely are related as it is a very uncommon name. Did you know Anne Bancroft was Anna Italiano? My grandparents came from palazzo Adriano Sicily below Palermo I do have done my 23 and me genetics and I found out quite a bit. My father was born to Giacomo Italiano from Sicily in Chicago but my father Frank Italiano parents used the name Italiane and his brother was a famous musician shortening. it to Lane, his siblings lived in Italy before that.I am going to Sicily this summer to find my roots. There are many of my Italiano cousins in Seattle area including one of the early Boeing engineers, Johnny Italiane.

  13. Im a Collida looking for information on my grandpas great grandfather and mother all the info I have is. His name and birthday

    Antonio Collida
    B: 14 Mar 1858 Palazzo Adriano, Palermo, Sicilia, Any help on his mother and father would be great I can’t find out any more info please feel free to email me any info on him and my family. I’m at a dead end

    1. Hi, Antonio COLLIDA (1858-1934) is the grandson of my direct ancestors Antonio COLLIDA (around 1782-1832) and Antonina CRISPI (around 1793-1843). His father of Antonio is Salvatore COLLIDA (born 23 january 1832 to Bivona, Sicilia) and his mother is Carmela COSTA, we’re cousins!! see you later Patrick of Marseille (France)

      1. Hello Collida (most likely) Cousins. My great Great Grandfather was Nicolo Tony Collida born in Platso, Palermo Sicila April 9th 1888 d. Jan 10, 1961 Beaumont, Jefferson Co, TX I was always told growing up that his mother died in childbirth with him. and his father died when he was young about 7 or 8 years old and he immigrated to the US with his sister. I have found that he immigrated to the US in September of 1907 … I have his Naturalization papers and the records from Princess Irene. He was 18.
        I had heard my Grandpaw say that there were Collida Cousins …. Nicolo’s Brother’s Family in Our area… Jefferson Co TX. He claimed that my great grandfather was disowned by the family because my great grandmother was not Italian. I have no concrete connection to this yet. But if this were the case then the people I suspect are his parents actually came to the US and didn’t pass in Sicily. A birth certificate or record for my Great Grandfather would be so helpful. Is there a source to find such in Platso, Palermo Sicila??

        BTW Ricky. I see that we are a DNA Match. Hoping to find some answers I have been looking on and off since the 90s. Thinking now I was looking in all the wrong places and may have had family here all along.


  14. My grandparents were from Palazzo Andriea . Antonio Bufalo and Paul Nicolosi. They settled in Independence LA and Hammond,LA. In the late 1800s. I would like to know if I have relatives that live in Palazzo Androea.

    1. Hello, my grandmother’s maiden name was Bufalo. My grandfather came to Independance, LA. In about 1900 or so. His last name was Buccola. Then about 1917 they moved to Pueblo, Co. where I was born.

  15. I am seeking information on the Cali family from Palazzo Adriano, Palermo. My great grandmother was Josephine Cali born March 8, 1871 in Palazzo Adriano. Daughter of Dominic Cali and Magdalene Fiore.

    She married my great grandfather Nicolo Cottonaro who was born in April 1869, in unknown Sicily, in April 1894 in Palazzo Adriano.

    She came to the United States in 1906. Eventually living in Murphysboro, Jackson County, Illinois until her death.

    Grandma Josephine had a sister named Dominico Cali born January 23, 1885, and a brother named Antonio Cali born in 1882.

    Dominico Cali arrived in New York City January 28, 1905 along with her brother Antonio.

    Vito Riggio was Dominico’s fiance, and was already living in Murphysboro when she and Antonio arrived.

    Several other passengers of the Konigin Luise were also headed for Murphysboro and Willisville, Illinois, to work in the local coal mines.

    I never knew my great grandparents, and I had a Sicilian genealogist tell me that the Cottonaro name was not from Palazzo Adriano, Palermo, Sicily. I’m not sure if this is true, as all records indicate my ggrandpa was born there.

    Any information at all…even a tiny snippet would be much appreciated.

    I’ll never be able to visit their land, but I dream about it! Their son my grandfather has been gone for over thirty years, I have no one else to ask or who knows anything.

    Thank you!

    1. @ Katie w: I was born a Cottonaro in Long Beach CA 1953. The grandfather that I had never met was named Nicolo Cottonaro, my father’s father . I, like you, wonder about Cottonaro ancestors.

  16. my grandmother was from palazzo adriano her name was carmela chiaramonte she came to newyork on jan 28 1905 any info would be appeciated

  17. Hello,
    My grandmother, Josephine Alessi, was born in Palazzo Adriano in 1878. Do you know anything about her or her family?
    Thank you,

    1. JohnK Wright, V

      That is my wife’s Great-Great Grandmother. She married Joseph Daniel Spallino, Sr. She died in Amite, La.

      Would love to share stories, family tree, photos, etc. My wife’s Mother’s
      Name was Spallino and she had 4 other sisters.

    2. Ciao,mio nonno Antonino Alessi era di Palazzo Adriano,lui non andò in America ma i suoi fratelli si,aveva una sorella di nome Giuseppina.

  18. My grandmother Fenny & grandfather Joe Tuzzolino passed away. They were from Palazzo Adriano, Sicily, Italy. My grandfather had 2 brothers, Sam & Pete Tuzzolino.They passed away but their children are still there.
    My Wife and I will be in Sicily Sept.23/17 and would like see if there are any Tuzzolino’s still living.
    Also have family members Angelina Perrino who passed away but have one daughter & son & more Perrino family there. I would appreciate any information or lead on their whereabouts. Thank You,

  19. Ciao! I am looking for the marriage record from the Greek Church St. Nicolas in Palazzo Adriano. Antonino/Antonio Cicchirillo (or any variation of that spelling) to Rosa Bua, daughter of Francesca Bufalo Bua. I think it would have been around 1897-1900. They also had a birth record of a son Francesco born in Palazzo Adriano around the same time period and I assume, at the same church. I understand the church may have suffered the records being destroyed in the war and the cemetary is the only geneology record to study from that time period.

    1. Hi, could you please tell me your connection to the people you are searching for? They are the same names as relatives of mine I am searching for. Thank you

    2. Hi, I noticed in your post on January 2017 that you were questioning about Antonio Cicchirillo and Rosa Bua’s marriage records. Antonio and Rosa are my grandparents, their son Francesco, was my uncle Frank. are you related to them if so how? Maybe we can fill in the blanks of some of our relatives. I will be anxious to hear from you to know what you have found out and what do you know.

  20. My great-grandparents on my mother’s side (both maternal and paternal) came to the US from Palazzo Adriano. My grandmother’s family was Costa (my great-grandfather’s name was Mariano and his father’s name was Nicolo) and my great-grandmother’s name was Parrino, her father’s name was Antonio). My grandfather’s family was Crispi, my great-grandfather was Fillipo and my great-grandmother’s name was Maria Sabella. We also have cousins with the last name of Macaluso, LoBoso, Dipetro, Buscarino and Tamburello.

    1. Not sure if you have all this, but Nicolo’s father was also Mariano. he was married to Francesca D’Azzo. He also has a sibling Carmella who is my husband’s g grandmother. Mariano’s father was Giuseppe and he was married to Carmella Cuccia.

      Feel free to contact me


  21. I’m researching Vincent Charles Salomone, born June 2 1886 Palazzo, Adriano, Italy

    He came to the US into New Orleans on the ship Manilla, resided in Chicago, Illinois, married his wife 09 Dec 1907 Chicago Illinois and then departed to Italy and ‘remarried’ had another wedding ceremony in Palermo: 1-12-1909

    married Epaphania (Fannie) Besina in Palermo 1-12-1909

    He was a Candy Maker by profession – any information would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you!

  22. I believe my Grandfather is from Palazzo Adriano, his name was Giuseppe Sulli, anyone
    related I would love to hear from you

    1. Angela!
      Your grandfather was my great great-grandfather, Vitorio/Vito’s, brother! We are family! I believe I have recently met some of your family thanks to DNA matching but would love to catch up with you as well!

  23. My grandfather Guiseppe Dileo, born on April 1877, in Palazzo Adirano. I am trying to find any information on his/my great grandparents Ciro Dileo and Anna Basta. In addition, I would like to know if Guiseppe Dileo, had any siblings.

    Guiseppe Dileo married Carmela Cicchirillo, in Palazzo Adirano, and they migrated to California in the early 1900’s. The living and deceased still remain in the USA as of today.

    I have been on various websites over the past 12 years, and have hit a dead end.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you and very warm regards,
    Orange County, California

    1. My great grandfather was Antonino DiLeo from Palazzo Adriano. He had a son named Guiseppe who died in the Italian warn with Libya in 1911. My great grandfather married Antonina Gambino from Ribera. She was his seciond wife. First wife died leavingntwo children Francisco and Katrina. I wouldlove to hear from you. I have been to PA

      1. Hello Joyce,
        My Grandfather Giuseppe Dileo was born May 1, 1877,in Palazzo Adriano He is the son of Ciro Dileo and Anna Basta. My Grandfather married Carmela Cicchirillo from Palazzo Adriano. The family immigrated to USA and settled in Los Angeles, California.

        I know that Ciro Dileo and Anna Basta had two other sons. Giuseppe Dileo, born Jun 26, 1873 and Antonio Dileo born Feb 23, 1869, both from Palazzo Adriano. Is this Antonino your Great Grandfather?

        I look forward to hearing back from you and see if we may related.
        Happy Holidays!

    2. My grandmother was a DiLeo. Her parents were Antonio DiLeo and Antonia Gambino. Antonio was born in Palazzo Adrianno. I am interested in hearing from you.
      My grandmother had a nephew named Antonio DiLeo who was born in Palazzo and died in Belgium during the War

    3. I knew that was you Janet, by the names… lol. How are you?? I’m your cousin Annette Cichirillo, Marie’s sister..??

  24. I am the granddaughter of Frank Schiro. He was born in Palazzo Adriano on August 3, 1907. His family came to the United States in 1911. I would love more information about the Schiro history.

    1. My wife ia a Canzoneri, another family from Palazzo Adriano. Her grandfather was George Canzoneri who was married to a Schiro, They settled in Louisiana at the turn of the 29th Century, moved to Brooklyn in the 1920s. They had four sons and two daughters, the second son being Tony Canzoneri, the championship boxer.
      They had numerous cousins, Schiros, in the area around Newburgh and Marlboro New York.
      The Canzoneri and Schiro names are prominent in the Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches in the town square in Adriano, indicating they had a degree of wealth. Mafia connections were likely.
      Where is your family from?

      1. I have a Canzoneri (Domenica) in my family, married to a Carmelo Messina from S. Biagio . She would have been born sometime in the early 1800’s.

      2. My grandmother’s mother was named Concetta Canzoneri and was born in Palazzo Adriano on June 6, 1858. Her father was named Nicolo and her mother’s maiden name was Matilda Caputa. Concetta married Francesco Ferrara, also from Palazzo Adriano, and they had 9 children, 5 of whom immigrated to St. Louis, MO.

    2. Hi My great grandmother Rosa Schiro was born PA from PIETRO Schiro and Francesca Dimartino or Dimartini on 23 December 1901 I was this summer in PA to feel my roots I can say that something in this place is so magic I want to know more further about us If anybody knew please

  25. I have been researching my family tree and have gotten stuck on my fathers side. His grandfather was Paolo Licalsi from Alessandria Della Roca, I have no information on either of his parents. He married Giovannina Giordano in Tampa. Her parents were Antonino Giordano and Nicoletta Sciales. I don’t know much more than that. If anyone could help, I’d appreciate it.
    Thank you,

  26. I am looking for information regarding Maria Pecoraro born 30 OCTOBER 1890 • Palazzo Adriano, Palermo, Sicilia, Italy to Carmela (Comiani) Pecoraro (I believe Antonio Pecoraro is her father). I have been working on my husband’s Italian line (His mother was Maria Triolo, the daughter of Maria Pecoraro and Salvatore Triolo). All of the Italian family who knew any of this information have passed away and my husband is most fond of his Italian mom and grandma Maria. Thank you for any help!

  27. My grandfather was Andrea Pintacuda,who died in 1953 and born in 1880. Any information on him? Married to a Giovanina Blanda from Prizzi.

  28. Ciao! My great grandfather wss Giacomo Sciales from Palazzo Adriano and owned the American Bar. We visited our Sciales family during Easter 1992 (?) while my husband was stationed at NAS Sigonella. We lost their contact information during one of our many moves. Are you able to help by providing the Sciales family contact information? We had a wonderful visit and loved meeting our relatives. We would love to reconnect with our Sciales family. Thank you for your help!


    1. My Great Grandmother Giovannina Giordano’s mother was Nicoletta Sciales married to Antonio Giordano, do you know of any relation between your Sciales and her? Thank you

  29. Ciao… my grandfather was Giuseppe Spallino and my grandmother was Tomasa Spallino..I am not sure when they were born in the early 1900 I would love to know anything about them.I don’t think I have any relatives still living in Palazzo Adriano. thank you.

    1. Hello, Did you find any good resources? I am planning a heritage trip. My grandparents were from palazzo Adriano before they went to Chicago I am trying to research the Italiano family and the Sparacio family

  30. I am researching a few families in your lovely town. What will I be able to find out about the daily lives of these people? I believe Alessandro Monteleone was from Palazzo Adriano but this may be family lore, what, if anything can you tell me about him.
    Thank you in advance, for your time and consideration.

    1. Hello, My grandparents were from palazzo Adriano before they went to Chicago I am trying to research the Italiano family and the Sparacio family

  31. Ciao,
    I am very interested in seeing if the surname Rao is still around in modern day Palazzo Adriano. My great grandfather Giacomo Rao was born and raised there until he came over to the states by himself when he was 16 years old. He left his family so I am wanting to reach out to potential relatives :). Is Rao still a common name? Thank you so much for your time.

  32. I have been to PA and loved it. I am interested in the name scialis.

    My 2nd great grandmother was Carmela and she married Alberto grana.

    Is that a common name there?

    She was born in 1844.

    Any help would be appreciated.


    1. Hi Tony,
      Sciales and Granà are two names of arbresh (Albanian) descent.
      Palazzo Adriano is part of the five arbresh villages in Sicily.
      Sciales is not very common today, Granà yes.

      1. Pietro,
        My great grandmother was Carmela Sciales. My dad was not sure but thought his grandmother’s last name was arbresh but wasn’t sure. Thank you so much for clarifying this mystery for me.

        1. Hi, do you know who Carmela’s parents were? My Great Grandmothers Mother was Nicoletta Sciales her sisters were Rosalie and Vincenza but I know there were other children.
          Thank you Nicole

          1. I’ve always wanted to meet family with the last name Sciales. When I went to Palazzo, I wasn’t able to find anyone with this surname.

    2. My great grandmothers mother was Nicoletta Sciales (Scialis) she married Antonino Giordano. Two of their children settled in Chicago both marrying Spata’s, who’s mother was also a Scialis, Rosalia. One remained in Palazzo. My great grandmother came to Tampa then New York marrying a LiCalsi as did her younger brother marrying a Ciaravella. One brother who came to New York as a barber changed his last name to Jordan. Does anyone have any other information on my family that they can share? Thank you

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