lgted0430 at yahoo.com
Tue May 6 01:19:44 EEST 2014
There is a list of about 100 Mascari's that are in the Ustica Genealogy Homepage. Chris Caravella, the President of the San Bartolomeo society says he does not believe that they are originally from Ustica.
On Monday, May 5, 2014 3:47 PM, Carol Anne <clkonfetti at gmail.com> wrote:
Like you, I only saw Scott's posting as it was included in Becky's
response. I didn't receive his original message.
Would you please tell me your sources for Paolo Mascari and Sigismonda
Restivo as parents of Saverio Mascari?
My tree, starting with my grandmother, Anna Palmisano, is here
On Sun, May 4, 2014 at 2:31 PM, Paul J. Caito <pjcaito at frontiernet.net> wrote:
> Hello, Scott!
> I must not be getting all the Termini List mailings because I only saw
> Scott's posting as it was included in Becky's response.
> I have been involved in Mascari genealogy since 1998 and have pretty much
> investigated every single Mascari family in Termini. In fact, the Matteo
> Mascari and Chiara Mercurio are in my ancestor tree. I have their line
> traced back another two generations to Paolo Mascari (b. bet 1683 - 1718 by
> estimation) and Sigismonda Restivo (b. bet. 1688-1772 by estimation). The
> Register Report that I have on this particular line of Mascari's goes on for
> 74 pages, without notes included, and is spread throughout Illinois,
> Indiana, Ohio, New York, Michigan, Florida, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. I
> do have the three children of Matteo and Chiara Mercurio but only have two
> generations after those children and they are all in Termini, so I would be
> very interested in knowing more about their descendants - which I assume
> includes you, here in the USA. I don't have a child in that family that
> includes a Santo Mascari marrying Michela Spicuzza, so I don't know how I
> missed that one. I would be happy to send you what I have off-list.
> Interestingly enough, one of the local Mascari families here in
> Rochester/Syracuse changed their name from Mascari to Maschiri, which is a
> little different version of your name, Scott.
> Paul J. Caito
> Rochester, NY
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