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Agoer Henrusman
Tue, 14 Jun 2016 10:01 EDT
Needed funds for home improvement mother
Dear Mr. or Mrs.

My name AGOER HENRUSMAN, I am the second of four children, now I live in the area Rangkasbitung Lebak district of Banten province, My brother stayed with Mum I Regional Cicalengka Bandung Regency West Java Province, Brother I am a woman living with her husband in the Region Tasimalaya Tasikmalaya district of West Java province and the latter's sister I live in the city of Bandung in West Java province.
Conditions My mother is a widow who currently do not work only scrape a living from his mercy. Which is just the most children live within the limitations of money, then for that I am a child really want to serve even though only a small portion to thank Ms. I, for that I ventured to seek the help of the money for home improvement and survival, for philanthropists and donors which has an excess of material of money, would presumably help the mother I set aside a small portion of the money donated to the Mother I am the current conditions listed above.
For those who are willing to donate please send to the bank account below
BCA (Bank Central Asia) Serang Branch.
Rangkasbitung Unit.

Thus I will now submit applications for assistance to be informed, before I thank you.

Best regards
photos of my mom's house could be seen on facebook
James Callas
Wed, 2 Oct 2013 17:46 EDT
Mexican Railroad 1900 - Italians from Tresilica in the Calabria Region
I am researching my grandfather.
Guiseppe Anthony Mazzu
The family story goes something like this.
A group from Mexico came to the his village (Tresilica) sometime just before 1900.
There this representative from Mexico recruited my grandfather and many of his brothers and other italians from his village. This was to build and / or work on the Mexican railroad. The Italians were known as hard workers, at least that is the how the story goes.

The grouped sailed to Vera Cruz and were put to work.
I am trying to find any facts pretaining to this matter.
Who What Where When.....anything will help me with my
Please answer are direct me to source that might have any information about this matter.

Thank you in advice.

James Callas of Beaumont, TX

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