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Posted by: Linda Glick (ID *****5886) Date: April 26, 2003 at 23:29:49
In Reply to: Re: CALLING ALL AZZARA'S by Philip Azzara of 31

Hello.....I am trying to trace my family also, and everything in your message sounds like my family tree except for the date, and the last initial of the last name. My grandfather Stefano Azzaro, or perhaps Azzara came to America in the 1890's, and was about 20 in 1900. He was from Sambuca also, and perhaps had a brother or father named Guiseppi since he named his first born the same name. He also had some family that settled in Chicago, but am still trying to research that info. My grandfather settled in New York and New Jersey and died in 1948.

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