I was finally able to track down Grandpa Fraccastoro’s Naturalization record from the National Archives! This is an interesting record for a number of reasons outside of finally knowing when he became a naturalized citizen. Note that it provides a historical address
This is my favorite pancake recipe. My boys always tell me how good they are!
These are Mom’s spicy meatballs, as best as she remembered. You can adjust the spiciness to suite your tastes. I usually use 5-6 jalapeno’s, sliced, and 3-4 habenero’s quartered with the membrane’s and seeds removed from half.
This is mom’s recipe for cream puff shells. They are surprisingly easy to make. I usually fill them with vanilla pudding and frost with chocolate glaze. Enjoy! Linda
The Berlin was built by A. G. Weser Shipbuilders, Bremen, Germany, 1909. 17323 gross tons; 613 (bp) feet long; 69 feet wide. Steam quadruple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 16 knots. 3212 passengers ( 266 first class, 246 second class, 2700
Ancestors of Francesco Amilcare Fraccastoro Generation No. 1 1. Francesco Amilcare Fraccastoro, born November 23, 1896 in Cepagatti, Pescara, Abruzzi, Italy/Cepagatti, Italy; died March 31, 1984 in Roslindale, Ma. He was the son of 2. Vincenzo Fraccastoro and 3. Carmella Cantò. He
Does anyone have Dad’s coleslaw recipe? I know it’s a long shot but hey, maybe someone knows how he made it. I can make a guess…. cabbage, miracle whip, salt and lots of black pepper 🙂
The other day, I added image and document galleries to the site. If you look at the top of the page you should see a tab that says “Galleries” — that’s them. If you click there, you will be taken to a
Generation No. 9 256. Thomas Paquet, born WFT Est. 1625-1667 in Meuse, Verdun-sur-Meuse, Verdun, France; died WFT Est. 1665-1748. He was the son of 512. Antoine Paquoette and 513. Marguerite Gaillot. He married 257. Anne Liardin WFT Est. 1651-1704 in Verdun, Lorraine,