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  1. We are descendents of the “Pires da Silva (Branco)” line, from Cape Verde, Sao Vicente and Santo Antao, probably with roots from the “Azoren”. Descendents of “Manuel Zacarias da Silva Branco and Catharina Melicio de Andrade” ,nowadays “Silva Family”. Proximally 1825, from the “Azoren” to Cape Verde, Santo Antao. Three brothers. Some left to Brava, Praia, U.S.A, Argentina and Brasil.

  2. Looking for grandparents never met them.the last name was popes nd married name camilo .Thank you.

  3. Hello, My name is Dena Marie Joseph and I was wondering if anyone out there could assist me in finding out if I still have family in Cape Verde as I was told so and would love to connect if possible. I am the last remaining female to carry the family last name here in the States on my maternal side. I would also like to make any connections from my fathers side as well.

  4. MY NAME IS ANTONIO ALMEIDA, MY FATHER WAS EDWARD JOSEPH ALMEIDA, SON OF JOSE EDUARDO CANDITO ALMEIDA. HE WAS MARRIED TO MIA FORTES, BOTH FROM CAPE VERDE. MILDRED ALMEIDA WAS A COUSIN AND CLOSE TO MY FATHER.

  5. Interested in any families who sailed with my Maternal Grandfather Henriques Martins (Henry J. Martin) from Brava to New Bedford on board the schooner David A Story 1906. His parents were Guilhermina de Burgo (dob 1830 daughter of Jose A de Burgo & Maria de Lomba de Andrade) and Joao Jose Martins married in the Sao Joao Baptista. Most of this family used the last name of Martin & docked/settled in New Bedford MA or Brockton MA. The other families who sailed on this are listed on the ship’s manifest. The Captain was Manuel Jose Andrade. I live in Arizona & have contacted cousins in Van Nuys CA to explain the ancestry. Mike Martin Sparks Petroni.

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