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The Anderson's, Conway's, And Russo's Of Illinois
decendents of immagrants from Sweden, Ireland, and Italy. Our knowledge of the Swedish branch only goes back to Alvkarleby Sweden circa 1858 when Jacob Klaus Anderson was born. In Italy our ancestors are traceable back to circa 1810 and the birth of Vincenzo Mercurio. InterneTree: Thomas C Anderson
Russo Amison Family Tree
Genealogy Report: Descendants of Nunzio Russo Book: Barone Amison Family Tree Russo Amison Family Tree: Surname List
Tuvell Family Homepage
A family site containing Genealogy links, Surname index, Photos, chat and a forum
Rendall Network
A site established for the collection of Rendall family histories. This is a commercial site
Isola delle Femmine Connection
The history, culture, contributions, and genealogy of the immigrants to the USA from Isola delle Femmine, Sicily.
The Saverio and Maria Sansone Family Tree Home Page
This page is devoted entirely to genealogy and to family. It is also the home page of the Sicilian Ancestry WebRing

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