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Marino Gerardo, Senerchia, Italy?
Posted by: Clare Doyle (ID *****1569) Date: March 23, 2004 at 10:51:50
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Looking for any Marino - Gerardo family/relative which may have any information on the Marino's and their relations that were around a small village called Senerchia (?), PR Avallino (?), near Naples, Italy.

I'm a Great Grandchild and Grandchild of the Marino's and would love any information for my family tree...

Francis 'Frank' Marino, from a small village called Senerchia, PR Avallino (?), near Naples, Italy.
'Frank' left Italy to England (unknown date) by ship or cargo import/export trading ship.
Married in Late 1800's early 1900's in London, England.
To a miss Ada Elizabeth Burdett from Chiswick, London, England.

If you think that you may be connected please contact me...

The Burdett's of London, England tied knots with the Marino's in the late 1800's early 1900's in England.
Had many (i think around 8 (?)) children one of which was my Grandmother Louisa Emelia Marino, she had one child.

Their Parents;

Marino Side =
Jeremia Marino (Police officer in Italy) father of Francis.

Marino Bello (?) a brother or step-brother of Francis, which left to the United States, may of married mother of actress Jean Harlow (?) in California.

Angela Marino Gerardo, a sister of Francis or relative, apparantly moved to the United States.

Please if you have any information at all please contact me.

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