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Burgundia arriving at the Port of New York, 11 Jun 1883

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This information was originally found on the Castle Garden web site. The ship sailed from Naples and Palermo. I searched on, found the ship's arrival manifest but I can't find the Frazzini. I did find the Carlino but I'm not sure that he is from SPA. I tried to find each of these people in the SPA birth records. I'm still looking.

From the Ship's Manifest From the SPA Birth Records
Name Age Occupation Province of Last Residence Est Birth Year Name Date of Birth Father Mother Notes
Vincenzo Frazzini 21y Laborer Catanzaro 1862 Vincenzo Frazzini 23 Dec 1862 Santo Girolama Mariani RIN 2520.
Possibly 1900 census "Carlo Frazzini" born Dec 1862, Pitkin County, CO Series: T623  Roll: 128  Page: 290. He is the only Frazzini born in Dec 1862.

Possible: 1910 census Shafter Elko, NV - James Frazzini 45y, married for 3 years, immigrated 1883.
Domenico Carlino 34y Mason    1849 not found       Carlino is a fairly common name in Italy. Castle Garden shows his last residence as Catanzaro.

About BURGANDIA 1882

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SS Burgundia, built in 1882 for the Fabre Line by S. & H. Morton & Co., Leith, Scotland. 2,817 tons; 328 feet long x 40 feet broad; straight bow, 1 funnel, 2 masts; iron construction, screw propulsion, service speed 11 knots. 15 February 1883, maiden voyage, Marseilles-Catania-Palermo-Naples-Gibraltar-New York. December 1905, sold; scrapped at Marseilles [Noel Reginald Pixell Bonsor,North Atlantic Seaway; An Illustrated History of the Passenger Services Linking the Old World with the New (Prescott, Lancashire: T. Stephenson & Sons., 1955), pp. 385 and 666].Pictured in Michael J. Anuta, Ships of Our Ancestors (Menominee, MI: Ships of Our Ancestors, 1983; reprint Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., [1993]), p. 38, courtesy of the Peabody Essex Museum [Posted to the Emigration-Ships Mailing List by Michael Palmer - 21 July 1997]

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