Subsequently came Angelo Buttiglieri, whose daughter Nunzina shall marry Mario D’Aquino.
After the second world war came to Australia Ignazio Liuzzo, brother in law to Carmelo D’Aquino, Giuseppe Cariola, carpenter and Salvatore (Sam) Di Bella, who, after 40 years in Australia has gone back to Bronte and is now one of the creators and collaborator of the Web-site “Bronte Insieme”.
And then arrived Francesco Saitta (Vannazza) and family.
The professor Nunzio Ponzo, Di Sano Salvatore, the brothers Giuseppe, Biagio and Nino Capizzi, Alfio and Nunzio Bellia, all of them called over by Giuseppe Prestianni.
Followed the sister of the Capizzi brothers, Giuseppina Maugeri and then Rosetta Bombaci and Alfio Bonaccorsi.
The 19th of December 1953, from the ship “Sorrento”, landed in Sydney Francesco Liuzzo, brother of Ignazio and Antonina, with his wife Maria Imbrosciano and his three years old daughter Ignazina. They had left Bronte 31 days before.
Afterwards came Ignazio Bonaccorsi with his wife Agatina and his sister Nunzia Bonaccorsi married to Biagio Ponzio.
Followed Elena Bonaccorsi, Alfio Rubino with 2 brothers and 2 sisters and the Gatto family.
At the end of years ’50 arrive the Greco families: Alfina Greco, married to Vincenzino Pace, called over also his brother Giuseppe Greco.
Subsequently arrived Maria Proto, wife of Giuseppe Greco and their daughter Anna, Giuseppe Greco’s sisters: Gina, wife of Giuseppe Azzarello, Nunziatina, wife of Nino Caudullo, and Maria married to Ciraldo.
And arrived also the Gangi family and Mrs. Longhitano, Francesco Saitta’s sister in law.
In October 1962 arrived Nunzio Imbrosciano with his wife Nunziatina Liuzzo and their son Antonino (now professor of scholastic philosophy at Sydney).
Followed the Parrinelli, the Ciaramiddaro and the Calcagno.
Next arrived Antonino and Giuseppe Sciacca.
In 1972 arrived Biagio Meli with his wife Nunziatina Sanfilippo, their daughter Alfina and the brother in law Illuminato Sanfilippo.
Nunziato Sciacca with his wife Nunziata and their sons Francesco and Alfredo arrived at the end of 1972 and were the last persons to get beneficiary travel help.
The 15th January 1973 landed in Sydney Bruno Spedalieri who seemed to have closed the brontese migratory flow towards Australia.