Looking for connection

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WikiTree profile: Antonio Stocco
in Genealogy Help by Teresa Hanstad G2G Rookie (220 points)
retagged by Lynda Crackett
What connection are you looking for Teresa? You have already connected yourself to Antonio as your great grandfather.
I know his name that’s it ,have hit a wall . I’ve really had a difficult time on any Italy connection , the most important to me

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Best answer

You may find this site useful if you are struggling with Italian ancestors. http://www.antenati.san.beniculturali.it/en

I have tagged your question with Italian Roots so maybe someone with more experience can offer you help. 

by Lynda Crackett G2G6 Pilot (630k points)
selected by Chris Ferraiolo
Thank you for your time and help!

Teresa
Chris, Thanks for the best answer star.
No problem! =D Teresa, you should join the Italian Roots project. We can help you out there.
I would love anything Italian! You are a wonderful asset to Wikitree!

I am so thankful,again thanks to you!

Teresa
Here's the thread: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/370744/joining-the-italian-roots-project-benvenuti

Comment on that and Michael Miranda will add you to the group! And hey. No problem. =D
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I looked on Ancestry and just found some documents that were probably posted by you, unless another Teresa is researching this family.  Anyway, I am pretty sure the mother's name was Maria Salvaggio.
by Lucy Selvaggio-Diaz G2G6 Pilot (539k points)
They are mine but all that I have

Thanks

Teresa
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Well, if Giordono was born in Castlefranco chances are his parents were too. The first place to see if you can find anything is in the Castelfranco records. The best thing to do is to check out  Antedati to see if there are records. Or you can contact the commune office.

You can use Google translate to translate to Italian. They won't mind that.
by Chris Ferraiolo G2G6 Pilot (456k points)
Thank you so much!
No problem. All the the commune office would want is the specifics. Name and specific dates and they'll want to know how you are related. In this case it would be your bisnonno or great-grandfather.

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