Guiseppe Mancini came from Naples with my Ancestors GGFather who settlet in Manchester, England. In a town that became known as Little Italy Ancoats they have an dedicated web site.
I have been looking into my family history and would like to share >some >information and also would appreciate and information that can piece >some of the blanks that I have not been able to find? > >Mancini Family came from Italy around 1880-1890 my great grandmother >suggested Naples, however this has not been confirmed. They settled >in >Ancoats and lived in Jersey Street, there surname on the 1901 Censor >in >shown as Mancini, however when Angelo (middle son) married Ellen >there >marrage certificate shows Angelo's sername as Mangini. My great uncle >(Mary's son) suggests they were quiet alliterate in those days so >there >is some confusion about my ancestors surname. I have checked for the >surname Angelo Mangini in manchester and only a mancini family is >registered. Also Angelo's headstone shows his surname as being >Mancini >he died aged 31yrs not sure of the cause of his death, it is believed >that angelo was buried from the cheetham workhouse. > >Censor information 1901 >Angelo Mancini Seniour (Icecream Vendor) >Maddelena (Wife) >Guiseppe Mancini (Eldest son) Street musician >Angelo Mancini (middle Son) born in Italy 1885-1916 Street musician >Antonio Mancini (Youngest Son) only son born in England. > >Angelo Junior married Ellen Sands in 1908 and a daughter Mary (my >great grandmother), it is believed that angelo and Ellen had a >daughter >called Winifred and died very young. > >I believe there are still familys relating to the above family are >still living in Manchester, if any of the above information means >anything to anyone I would love to here from you. > >Nicola Phillips >firstname.lastname@example.org > >