Ullian - Ulian
Father Antonio Ulian
Mother Mary Mascrella
My grandfather came to the United States in 1908. He was born in Salcedo,
Italy. Possibly a recruiter from the coal mines in Centerville, Iowa, met him in
Italy. They could have given him a ticket to go to the United States to work in
their mine. He arrived in the United States through Ellis Island.
HERE is the immigration record for John Ullian. He is listed as Uhan in the
immigration records. This is an obvious mis transcription. See the record.
He went directly to Centerville, Iowa where he lived and worked with his
brother in the coal mines.
John Ullian was drafter for the First World War and was sent to Rockford,
Illinois to Camp Grant for basic training. MORE about Camp Grant.
While in the military, John Ullian served in Europe.
Upon return, he settled in Rockford.
In 1920 he was married to Linda Anna Ferraro. She arrived in November 1920 . They were married
in December 1920. Obviously they knew each other from Italy.
Romano Valentino Ullian (Brother of John Ullian)
My great Uncle came to the United States in 1906.
HERE for his immigration record.
HERE for his wife Teresa Soardi
Ulian immigration record.
HERE for his son Antronio Ulian immigration record.
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