Hi Robert, my cousin was doing some research on our family name. Don't know if this helps, but I have pasted his post below, which is listed at number 16 of 30 of this thread. (P.S. I don't know if it's been changed, but the spelling is now Amedeo). Guiseppe is my great grandfather.
Posted by: Michael DeLuca (ID *****8284) Date: February 24, 2005 at 20:53:39 In Reply to: Alberico/Marinelli from Musellaro, Pescara, Italy by Cherrie 16 of 30
Cherrie: I'm just getting into this. I have a second cousin who generated a tree on my DiVico ancestry back to the early 1700's. I wanted to do the same for the Alberico line. My mother (Licia Alberico) was born in roccacaramanico and her father's name was Ernesto Alberico (1905-1988). His father was Guiseppe Amedeo Alberico (married to Maria Donata Inglese), and his father was Donato Nicole Alberico (married to Bambina Massarotti). I've been told that Ernesto had only one brother and that we have Alberico relatives in Colorado.