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post 4th Mar 2011, 10:51am
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My wife is nee Ferla and doing the family tree I've found out that the Ferlas are/were involved with the Bonicis, the Torricellis and the Sassarinis. When Virginia went to America in 1914 she left a brother Frank at 329 Cumberland St.
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post 5th Jul 2012, 09:28pm
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Hi Wee Jean,

I have not long started researching my family history and think you might be able to help me, or perhaps disprove my hunch, either way would be helpful.
I had found a family on the 1901 census whilst looking for my great grandfather Anthony Phillips. The only confirmed information I have is his name on my grandmothers birth certificate where he is registered to be living in Glasgow, Rose Street, South. (Nov. 1910)
After hunting high and low, the only feasible Anthony Phillips is the Anthony De Phillips in the 1901 Census.... I am sure by the other names in the household that this would be your relative.
(Francesga, Francis, Christopher, Anthony, Michael and Michael Angela are all listed)

My Anthony is listed as father on my grandmothers birth certificate as a fish curer.
His daughter named Barbara Phillips and her mother, Barbara Thom (wife of William Rosenthall)

I would be very greatful if you were able to either confirm or disprove this as I am unable to pursue this line any further at the moment.
But perhaps, also, I may be another distant relative of yourself... which would be a very lucky find indeed.

Thank you for your time
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