ECHO Molise
  Emigration and Cultural Heritage of the Molise
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bill lalli said:   July 12, 2009 7:26 pm PST
Grazie mille Luigi. I plan to return to Bonefro soon to visit miei cugini DiBiase, Camillone, Vaccaro, ecc...Forse ci vediamo. Bill

luigi pece said:   July 10, 2009 12:27 am PST
Hello everybody, to anwer the question of Bill: volunteers are always welcome, but of course, they have to be organised. At the moment, there is no organitation for this kind of help. Many people still live in the wooden houses out of the village. The "recostruction" is still far to be into an intense phase. Greetings, Luigi.

William Robert Lalli said:   July 7, 2009 6:35 pm PST
This site was a great idea -- I want to return to Bonefro and la campagna so beautifully captured by Pino Perrotta... I guess I shouldn't be surprised by how many bonefrani ci sono nel mondo... Does anyone know if it is possible to volunteer to help restore Bonefro? Are there any ongoing programs? How far has restoration of Bonefro progressed? Are residents still living in government-built housing outside of town? Grazie Mille... Bill

Lonna Doyle said:   June 15, 2009 12:57 pm PST
My grandmother's family (BACCARI) came from Bonefro in October 1900 on the Trojan Prince, parents and their 5 children. I will send their picture and more information soon. I am so happy I found this site...a million thank yous!

Nicola Cecere said:   May 6, 2009 6:38 am PST
Great Site!!! A wonderful IDEA to stay connected and no doubt that it will grow to become bigger than anyone could ever imagine. I was born in Montreal, both my parents were born in Bonefro. I and my Bonefrana friends, hear in Montreal, are looking forward to helping ECHO Molise in any way possible. Grazie! Nick

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