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Italia arriving at the Port of New York, 17 Mar 1890

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The manifest for the 17 Mar 1890 arrival shows the Italia 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 Sex Occupation Est Birth Year Name Date of Birth Father Mother Notes
Frazzini, Prospero 23y Male Shopman 1867 Prospero Pio Frazzini 1866 Nicolangelo Grazia Francesca Carlino See the details on his web page.

Brother of Antonio who also came over on this sailing.
Mastroianni, Paolo 14y Male Laborer 1876 Paolo Antonio Mastroianni 30 Jun 1875 Silvio  Domenica diIullo  1900 Census, Kelton, Box Elder, UT. With brother Tony (Domenico Antonio).
Frazzini, Antonio 20y Male Laborer 1870 Antonio Benedetto Frazzini 17 May 1869 Nicolangelo Grazia Francesca Carlino Brother of Prospero Frazzini who also came over on this sailing.

Died in Ogden, UT on 21 Feb 1912.
Morelli, Raffaele 28y Male Laborer 1862 Raffaele Giuseppe Morelli 23 Nov 1861  Amato Nicola Mariarosa Ricci From the 1869 SPA Status Animarum
Iannacchione, Gaetano 41y Male Laborer 1849 Gaetano Domenicantonio Iannacchione 28 May 1848 Pietro Salvatrice Mariani From the 1869 SPA Status Animarum
Iannacchione, Vincenzo 33y Male Laborer 1857 Vincenzo Iannacchione 1856 Costantino Maria Santa Mariani RIN: 8903 family settled in Pittsburgh. 9 children.
d'Achille, Giovanni 30y Male Laborer 1860 Giovanni Domenico d'Achille 11 Mar 1860  Beniamino  Vincenza diMartino  From the 1869 SPA Status Animarum
Ricci, Carmine 22y Male Laborer 1868 not found        
Carlini, Pasquale 21y Male Laborer 1869 Randolfo Pasquale Carlino 28 Mar 1869 Giuseppe Carmina diGiacamo From the 1869 SPA Status Animarum
diIullo, Mariano 22y Male Laborer 1868 Mariano Amico diIullo 1869 Domenico Luisa Mastroianni From the 1869 SPA Status Animarum
Mosca, Silvino 20y Male Laborer 1870 not found        
Janni, Louisa 44y Female -blank- 1846 not found       This might be a Mastrojanni or a  Colajanni.
Mastrojanni, Santo 21y Male Laborer 1869 1869 Giuseppe Mastroianni Silvio Domenica diIullo Could this be Giuseppe who was a brother of Paolo (listed above)? Otherwise, I could not find anyone named Santo.
Frazzini, Antonio 21y Male Laborer 1869 not found        

About the Italia 1872

From The Ships List :

The "Italia" was built by Robert Duncan & Co. of Port Glasgow in 1872 for Henderson Bros. which later became the Anchor Line. She was an iron built vessel of 2245 gross tons, length 306ft x beam 34.4ft (93.26m x 10.48m), one funnel, three masts, single screw and a speed of 11 knots. She had accommodation for 130-1st class and 700-3rd class passengers. Launched on 24/7/1872, she commenced her maiden voyage from Glasgow to Marseilles, Genoa, Naples, Messina, New York and Glasgow in December 1872. After two voyages, she was transferred to the Glasgow - New York [direct] service for ten trips commencing 2/7/1873 and then, in Sept.1874 resumed the Glasgow - Mediterranean - NY - Glasgow service. After eight voyages she transferred to the London - NY run for one voyage commencing 22/1/1877 and then from 1877-1880 was used on the Glasgow - Bombay run. In 1880-1881 she did two trips from Glasgow - Mediterranean - New York and on 25/5/1881 commenced running from Barrow - Dublin - New York. She commenced her last voyage on this service on 26/10/1881 after four trips and was transferred to the Glasgow - Liverpool - Bombay run for three voyages between 1881-83. From then until 1897 she was transferred to the Mediterranean - New York service and on 31/3/1897 left Genoa for Naples and New York on her last voyage arriving on 6/5/1897. On 24/2/1898 she went to the scrapyard in Italy. [North Atlantic Seaway, vol.1,p.458 by N.R.P.Bonsor]

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