The story of Antonio Vegliante, a padulese moved to the USA
The Museo del Cognome and its crew joined a 2-days of the first international exhibition dedicated to roots tourism.
The last October 25 was a memorable day for Mark Holzabach and the Museo del Cognome. Sanza, a tiny village in the Salerno province, welcomed us with open arms.
We are glad to tell you we had the pleasure of meeting Chef Tony Brigante yesterday.
In September, another emotional Ancestors Tour with the Maina family directly from the US. They decided to discover their roots in the alleys of Padula.
In the thrilling Ancestors Tour of our dear friend Elisabeth Furiati Tinti and her nephew Gabriel, we also had the pleasure of visiting the town of Sapri.
In September, another thrilling Tour in Vibonati with the Furiati family
The Museo del Cognome Team guided our dear friend Elizabeth Tinti and her nephew, Gabriel, in discovering Vibonati.
Mary Linekin and her family came from New York (USA) to fulfill a lifetime dream: visit her ancestor’s hometown, Padula. He was an Acquavella, but we figured out many local last names connected to her family line.
Last weekend we had the pleasure to host and guide Maria Giotis, who is from New Jersey, USA, got to Sassano for the first time to learn more about her family history.
My dear mom Maria Del Nunzio and I had a very moving day. We met Dorothy, her daughter Alana, and her sister Ava. They came from Providence, Rhode Island, USA, to meet us, their Italian cousins.