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The Richard DiPalma Jr. Family of North Haven, Connecticut

Updated December 24, 2003

Ciao Tutti. Hello Everyone. This page pertains to anyone related to me, Rich DiPalma, in any way at all. My ancestors were all Italian and they came from six different Italian towns. These towns are Scafati, Vietri Sul Mare, and Polla, all in the province of Salerno. Castellammare di Stabia, province of Naples, Caiazzo, in the province of Caserta, and finally, last, but definitely not least, Faicchio, in the province of Benevento. All of these towns and provinces are in the Campania Region of Italy.
If your last name is, or you are related to people with the following last names, then we could be relatives.
These are so far my family names.
Ambruoso (also D'Ambrosi), Barretta, Benincasa, Berrito, Biondi, Bruno, Cappella, Cretella, Cuomo, Cusano, DeMase, De/iLallo/a, DiPalma, Esposito, Forte, Friello, G/Audino, Gianelli/Gianetti, Giordano/a, Granitto, Lavorgna, Lombardi, Lostritto, Luponio, Marucelli/o, Mazzucco, Pagano, Pagliaro, Palmieri, Parisi, Pepe, Prestia, Sorbo, Sg/queglia, Trezza, and finally, Vaiuso. I also am related to many Liquori's, Ciaburri's, and Cavallaro's even though they are not my ancestral last names. Please email me, if you think we can be related. For those of you who know we are related, I hope you enjoy this site, and have fun learning about our family.
Richard David DiPalma Jr.
161 North Hill Road
North Haven, CT 06473-3522

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    Nicola Cusano is the primogenitor of the Cusano family that settled in New Haven, CT from Faicchio, Benevento, Italy.

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