ECHO Molise
  Emigration and Cultural Heritage of the Molise
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Albert L. Paolantonio said:   July 6, 2010 12:44 pm PST
Interested in town of Roccasicura (IS). My grandfather Pietro Paolantonio came from there in 1913. I have visited the town several times, but would like to find out more information about my heritage.

Anthony Cecere said:   June 10, 2010 8:59 pm PST
Hi, Just a quick note to say how much I enjoyed the site, especially early history and Bonefro since my family has lived there since possibly the very beginning. We migrated to New York early in the 1900's and then in the 1950's. I now live in Adelaide, Australia and have found many people from Bonefro here. We're everywhere. I have been back to Bonefro 3 times and still have close relatives there. I hope to take my son there when he is older and can better appreciate the history. P.S: Would you know of a good source for Italian Army War records ? My grandfathers both died in WWII in the Italian Army but I would like to locate more information. Thanks Regards Anthony Cecere

Michele Lomano Adams said:   May 21, 2010 6:50 am PST
What amazing information you were able to provide our family concerning our heritage. Our orphaned great-grandfather has just been given a long family history in Bonefro and we have been given a new travel destinaton!

André Ferrazzoli Di Creddo said:   March 23, 2010 8:26 pm PST
Thanks for this valuable informations! I am a Italian descendent (more precisely from Sessano del Molise) and my Family have strong links with Molisani's folks; I were in Sessano last year and i have the possibility to see from where my genes came from... it is a incredible place full of history and i had a plenty of weird "good" feelings about that places... i felt like home... Thanks again! This web site, with no doubt, have a usefull way to tell us about the Samnites descendent people!

Richard Santoro said:   February 23, 2010 3:14 pm PST
Irene Trantas said: February 22nd, 2010 11:23 pm Dear Irene Trantas: Yes...Please send me any information you may have about the origins of the Santoro surname. Thank you, Richard Santoro Coventry, RI U.S.A. I have some info as I see the name Santoro; my grandfather was Francesco from Terravecchia, Italy...I would really like to make some connections if possible. I have some pictures of him, too. Best to all!

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