Frazzini Emiliano Frazzini Lucrezia Carlini Benilda Frazzini DiVecchia Site Home
Dawson, NM
Ely, NV
Ogden, UT
Raton, NM
Aurora, MN
San Pietro Avellana

Return to Ships Home

Alesia arriving at the Port of New York, 2 May 1889

This Page last updated on .

The manifest for the 2 May 1889 arrival shows the Alesia sailed from Naples, Italy.

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 Est Birth Year Name Date of Birth Father Mother Notes
Ricci, Domenico  (Domo) 24y Laborer 1865 Carmine Domenico Ricci
27 May 1865 Sante  Giuseppa Mastroianni   
Florindo Domenico Ricci 30 Dec 1864 Alessandro Magnifica diGiacomo See Ogden, UT web page.
L'Abate, Ferdinando (Ferdo) 36y Laborer 1853 Ferdinando Michele Labate 15 Jul 1852 Antonio Rosa Colaizzo 1869 SPA Status Animarum
L'Abate, Sabatino 36y Laborer 1853 Cristinziano Sabatino Labate 12 Jun 1853  Nicolangelo Domenica Iacovetti 1869 SPA Status Animarum
Gatti, Raimondo 22y Laborer 1867 Fidenzio Raimondo Gatti 1867 Antonio Nunzia diTella 1896 SPA transcribed marriage record #17
fratello  (brother) : Gatti, Vincenzo 13y Laborer 1876 Michele Vincenzo Gatti 11 Feb 1876  Antonio Nunzia diTella  
L'Abate, Domenico (Domo) 41y Laborer 1848 Domenico Labate 10 Feb 1848 Carmine Gemma diCianno  
diSanto, Domenico  (Domo) 24y Laborer 1865 not found        
Colajanni, Daniel 34y Laborer 1855 Daniele Colajanni 14 May 1855 Pasquale Rosa Concetta Carlino  
diMartino, Amico 46y Laborer 1843 Amico Carlo diMartino 4 Nov 1843 Tommaso Maria Giuseppa diIullo 1869 SPA Status Animarum says he married Agnese Colajanni (1845) 

About the Alesia 1882

From The Ships List :

The ALESIA was a 2,790 gross ton ship built in 1882 by T. Royden & Sons, Liverpool (engines by G. Forrester & Co, Liverpool) for the Fabre Line of Marseilles. Her details were - length 328ft x beam 40.4ft, one funnel, two masts, iron construction, single screw and a speed of 12 knots. There was accommodation for 18-1st and 1,000-3rd class passengers. Launched in June 1882, she sailed from Marseilles on 15th Oct.1882 on her maiden voyage to Leghorn, Tarragona, Bone, Almeria, Malaga and New York. She continued on the Mediterranean - New York service until commencing her last voyage between Marseilles, Naples and New York on 17th Mar.1899. She was then scrapped.
[North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.3,p.1132]

This site prepared and maintained by Mark DiVecchio

email :
DiVecchio HOME
Frazzini HOME
Site HOME 
Sign our Guestbook 

Document made with Nvu